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Mahakala takes a terrific form to conquer the most horrible realms of existence. As a fierce manifestation of Avalokiteswora, he helps beings overcome all negative elements, especially spiritual ones, personified and symbolized by the fearsome creatures over which he becomes lord.

Mahakala takes a terrific form to conquer the most horrible realms of existence. As a fierce manifestation of Avalokiteswora, he helps beings overcome all negative elements, especially spiritual ones, personified and symbolized by the fearsome creatures over which he becomes lord.

Sarvanivarana Viskambhin Bodhisattva │ 除蓋障菩薩

Sarvanivarana Viskambhin Bodhisattva │ 除蓋障菩薩

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Lama Tsong Khapa - painting by Peter "Zotec" Newman - www.artzotec.com

Lama Tsong Khapa - painting by Peter "Zotec" Newman - www.artzotec.com

Mahakala known as Gonpo in Tibetan was originally a demon, who was tamed by Manjushree and Avalokiteswora and turned into a fierce protector of Buddhism, belonging to the Dharmapalas. This important spiritual protector deity is also known as "the lord of the wind", and "the great black one", a great guardian of the Dharma.

Mahakala known as Gonpo in Tibetan was originally a demon, who was tamed by Manjushree and Avalokiteswora and turned into a fierce protector of Buddhism, belonging to the Dharmapalas. This important spiritual protector deity is also known as "the lord of the wind", and "the great black one", a great guardian of the Dharma.

Thankas - Google Search

Thankas - Google Search

Phurba or ritual dagger is a tantric ritual implement used symbolically to conquer evil spirits /negative emotional states, as well as avert obstacles. Used in esoteric rites by high level tantric practitioners.

Phurba or ritual dagger is a tantric ritual implement used symbolically to conquer evil spirits /negative emotional states, as well as avert obstacles. Used in esoteric rites by high level tantric practitioners.

Mahakala Shadbhuja. Mahakala is the wrathful protector of the dharma in Tibetan Buddhism. His crown of skulls representing the transmutation of the 5 kleshas (negative afflictions) into the 5 wisdoms

Mahakala Shadbhuja. Mahakala is the wrathful protector of the dharma in Tibetan Buddhism. His crown of skulls representing the transmutation of the 5 kleshas (negative afflictions) into the 5 wisdoms

When we go beyond intellectual perception of our cyclic round of 'existence' and we decide to transform our body, speech and mind into something virtuous, we have arrived at the entrance of Vajra Yogini's realm. When by surrender all ego grasping and self centredness, we evolve into going beyond the self, deluded perception, acting upon reaction and following fear actions as if it's our refuge, we entered into Her realm. By taking up Vajra Yogini's practice, meditation, sadha

When we go beyond intellectual perception of our cyclic round of 'existence' and we decide to transform our body, speech and mind into something virtuous, we have arrived at the entrance of Vajra Yogini's realm. When by surrender all ego grasping and self centredness, we evolve into going beyond the self, deluded perception, acting upon reaction and following fear actions as if it's our refuge, we entered into Her realm. By taking up Vajra Yogini's practice, meditation, sadha

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