Ciprian Fodor

Ciprian Fodor

Ciprian Fodor
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HH 16th Karmapa in 1980  photo courtesy of Fraser Shein

HH 16th Karmapa in 1980 photo courtesy of Fraser Shein

Sufi

Sufi

The breaking of taboos creates access to blocked energy that is let loose in a forceful way. The left-hand path is about consciously breaking with a ‘sleepwalker orthodoxy’ to be able to act as a fully awakened and conscious individual. Orthodoxy means not thinking – not needing to think. Orthodoxy is unconsciousness ~ Zeena Schreck (image;theshamanjourney.com)

The breaking of taboos creates access to blocked energy that is let loose in a forceful way. The left-hand path is about consciously breaking with a ‘sleepwalker orthodoxy’ to be able to act as a fully awakened and conscious individual. Orthodoxy means not thinking – not needing to think. Orthodoxy is unconsciousness ~ Zeena Schreck (image;theshamanjourney.com)

Shaman:  Tibetan #Shaman.

Shaman: Tibetan #Shaman.

Lerab Lingpa, aka Terchen Sogyel, was a prominent Nyingma "terton" (treasure revealer) based in Kham. A teacher to many of the 20th century's major teachers, including HH the 14th Dalai Lama. His "terma" (treasures) are collected in 20+ volumes.

Lerab Lingpa, aka Terchen Sogyel, was a prominent Nyingma "terton" (treasure revealer) based in Kham. A teacher to many of the 20th century's major teachers, including HH the 14th Dalai Lama. His "terma" (treasures) are collected in 20+ volumes.

Chod is an amazing form of meditation that was developed by Machig Labdron, a female Tibetan Buddhist master who lived in twelfth century Tibet. Description from ganachakra.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Chod is an amazing form of meditation that was developed by Machig Labdron, a female Tibetan Buddhist master who lived in twelfth century Tibet. Description from ganachakra.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Tibetan Buddhist Ngakpa Chod Practitioner

Tibetan Buddhist Ngakpa Chod Practitioner

A Tibetan yogin doing the Chod practice. The Chod ritual is to "Cut through the ego". It is often done at a burial ground and the yogin recites the ritual while playing a two-sided drum and a thigh bone trumpet. The practice reinforces the truth of impermanence in this fleeting life. Image -early 20th Century.

A Tibetan yogin doing the Chod practice. The Chod ritual is to "Cut through the ego". It is often done at a burial ground and the yogin recites the ritual while playing a two-sided drum and a thigh bone trumpet. The practice reinforces the truth of impermanence in this fleeting life. Image -early 20th Century.

Tibetan yogi (naljorpa).

Tibetan yogi (naljorpa).

yogaswami - Google Search

yogaswami - Google Search