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Wrathful Vajrapani

Chinese vampire folklore - the Wrathful Deities (Thangka Painting of the Wrathful Deity - Vajrapani)

Manjushri Negro - Nos ayuda a sanar nuestras emociones negativas internas más profundas y el sufrimiento mental que surgen a causa de enfermedades o problemas graves. Mantra de OM AH RA PA TSA NA DHI HUNG Black Manjushri

Black Manjushri, bodhisattva of wisdom, one of the most important iconic figures in Mahayana art and literature. He represents the wisdom of prajna, which is not confined by knowledge or concepts. His Sanskrit name means "He Who Is Noble and Gentle.

Vajrasattva in Yab Yum with Five Cosmic Buddhas, Manjushri and Vajrapani

Vajrasattva in Yab Yum with Five Cosmic Buddhas, Manjushri and Vajrapani, Thangka Tibetan Thangka Painting

hemp-milk: White Tārā, also known for compassion, long life, healing and serenity; also known as The Wish-fulfilling Wheel, or Cintachakra

It's the Tibetan syllable TAM, the seed syllable of the female buddha Tara (sanskrit) or Dölma (tibetan), which translates as Liberatress. As it is white here, it stands for the White Tara, which especially gives the blessings for a long life:

White Tara Buddha

Enjoy your White Tara Altar card as you go out into the world to explore.

PROTECTOR OF THE FEMININE The Blue Tara, represents a fierce form of the Taras. As “Savioress” she protects the feminine while removing obstacles and many dangers.

Sacred Art and Music:Blue Tara/PROTECTOR OF THE FEMININE The Blue Tara, represents a fierce form of the Taras. As "Savioress" she protects the feminine while removing obstacles and many dangers.

Avalokitersvara

Image gallery for the Tibetan thangka artist Ben Christian.

Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva (Vajrapani) - Unidentified Artist Qing dynasty, 17th-18th c.

Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva (Vajrapani) - Unidentified Artist Qing dynasty, c.

Mahakala (Buddhist Protector): this is a very rare version of Mahakala. It is Bernagchen, the special protector of the Karmapa (who appears in the upper let corner wearing his famous black hat) head of the Karma Kamtsang. Above Mahakala is the yidam of the Kargyudpas, Dorje Palmo with Shamarpa in the upper right. The lack of an entourage indicates that this thangka was painted expressly for the purpose of supporting visualization practice.

Mahakala (Buddhist Protector): this is a very rare version of Mahakala. It is Bernagchen, the special protector of the Karmapa

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