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A Stunning Chenrezig Thangka

May 27, 2018
The bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, 1800–1900. Tibet. Thangka; colours on cotton. Courtesy of the Asian Art Museum, Gift of the Friends of Richard Davis, 1988.34. Click on image to enlarge.

I wanted to share a nice thangka of Chenrezig with everyone. This thangka is important because through it, one can see the holy forms of not only Chenrezig but also various other important deities...

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Mewa 4 Birth Buddha: Vajrapani

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 4 Birth Buddha: Vajrapani

Introduction Vajrapani (Tib: phyag-na rDo-rje; ཕྱག་ན་རྡོ་རྗེ།) is the physical representation of the power of all the Buddhas and is practiced in all schools of Tibetan Buddhism. He represents the energy of the enlightened mind, which is the energy to break through the deluded mind, and his mantra is the essence of this quality.   Benefits Gives protection Clears inner and outer obstacles   History Vajrapani is known as the King of Yakshas. He is said to have been a yaksha, a class of nature spirit or demon, before pledging his loyalt...

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Mewa 2 Birth Buddha: Vajrapani

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 2 Birth Buddha: Vajrapani

Introduction Vajrapani (Tib: phyag-na rDo-rje; ཕྱག་ན་རྡོ་རྗེ།) is the physical representation of the power of all the Buddhas and is practiced in all schools of Tibetan Buddhism. He represents the energy of the enlightened mind, which is the energy to break through the deluded mind, and his mantra is the essence of this quality.   Benefits Gives protection Clears inner and outer obstacles   History Vajrapani is known as the King of Yakshas. He is said to have been a yaksha, a class of nature spirit or demon, before pledging his loyalt...

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Mewa 4: The Mirror of Nagas (Green)

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 4: The Mirror of Nagas (Green)

Born with The Mirror of Nagas as your birth Mewa, you are a conventional character and are very obedient to your parents and elders. You have good common sense but are indecisive and change your mind often. You have a natural kindness that can be taken advantage of, and you also have the karma...

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Mewa 2: The Mirror of Dreams (Black)

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 2: The Mirror of Dreams (Black)

Born with The Mirror of Dreams as your birth Mewa, you have a pleasant character and are generally not an angry person. You have a lot of love and respect for your friends, partners and children. On the other hand, you also lack ambition and are not very innovative although you have a keen...

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