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Hayagriva: with the head of a horse....Three Roots - Guru, Yidam, Dakini Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_Roots

Hayagriva: with the head of a horse....Three Roots - Guru, Yidam, Dakini Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_Roots

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Hayagriva, in red

devoted to images of Buddhism. love the feelings of peace they evoke in me.

Nairatmya  Yogini Antique Tantra Sutra Buddhism painting art   http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/?p=62528

“Nairatmya She Without Ego Consort of Hevajra ” her blue body the color of infinite space. her kartika skyward, poised to sever negative mind-states wherever they arise.

Bhimaratha Jatra. Nepal. 1755.Lotus emerging from a blue lake supporting the stupa with Ushnishvijaya at the center of the white dome beneath the eyes of the harmika and the golden umbrella wheels. lake surrounded by a landscape of mountains and rivers, with shrines to Hindu deities guarded by Buddhist protectors, a multitude of cloud-borne Buddhist deities Five Transcendental Buddhas above, large Manjushri and Lokeshvara flanking the stupa, a donor beneath vajracharya the Bhimaratha

Lotus emerging from a blue lake supporting the stupa with Ushnishvijaya at the center of the white dome beneath the eyes of the harmika and the golden umbrella wheels.

"She can come to you in a vision of light without flame and smoke, or like a woman on the street, or like a mysterious chanting from a far away temple, or like a fresh spring breeze...." ~ Dakini Saying

"She can come to you in a vision of light, without flame and smoke, or like a woman on the street, or like a mysterious chanting from a far away temple, or like a fresh spring breeze." Speaking of the khandroma/dakini.

This represents the Chakrasamvara, an Heruka or meditational deity often depicted with a blue body, 4 faces and 12 arms. It is from the Sarma School of Tibetan Buddhism. In Western meditation, we often interpret it as gaining insights on the path to highest bliss.

Heruka Vajrasattva: Sessions of insight meditation alternate with sessions of a powerful purification practice in Heruka Vajrasattva. This combined approach ensures your progression on the path to liberation and enlightenment.