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This massive image of Amitayus from the 11th or 12th century presents this Buddha of limitless life and pristine awareness in a celestial Pureland. He sits in meditation holding a "kalasha" (vase) filled with the "amrita" (nectar of immortality) and is surrounded by bodhisattvas and other celestial beings. The style of this work strongly relates to wall paintings from the site of Drathang.

This massive image of Amitayus from the 11th or 12th century presents this Buddha of limitless life and pristine awareness in a celestial Pureland. He sits in meditation holding a "kalasha" (vase) filled with the "amrita" (nectar of immortality) and is surrounded by bodhisattvas and other celestial beings. The style of this work strongly relates to wall paintings from the site of Drathang.

Twelve-Armed Chakrasamvara and His Consort Vajravarahi, ca. 12th century. India, west Bengal or Bangladesh. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Perry J. Lewis, 1988 (1988.392) | Portable images of Chakrasamvara and his consort Vajravarahi served as powerful protectors for the devout. Not surprisingly, such images found their way to Tibet with travelers crossing the high Himalayas. #Buddhism

Twelve-Armed Chakrasamvara and His Consort Vajravarahi, ca. 12th century. India, west Bengal or Bangladesh. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Perry J. Lewis, 1988 (1988.392) | Portable images of Chakrasamvara and his consort Vajravarahi served as powerful protectors for the devout. Not surprisingly, such images found their way to Tibet with travelers crossing the high Himalayas. #Buddhism

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Dancing Vajrabhairava, Bhutan  “The central main hands of the deity hold a chopping-knife (karttrka) and human skull-bowl (kapala), colored gold and ornamented by pearl chains, flammiforms and scepters (vajra). The lower main hands hold a magical knife (purba) and the severed multi-faced head of Brahma the Creator. The upper main hands hold a red right hand holding an arrow and an elaborately decorated golden shield with a Chinese-style makara or dragon face at the center. The other hands…

Dancing Vajrabhairava, Bhutan “The central main hands of the deity hold a chopping-knife (karttrka) and human skull-bowl (kapala), colored gold and ornamented by pearl chains, flammiforms and scepters (vajra). The lower main hands hold a magical knife (purba) and the severed multi-faced head of Brahma the Creator. The upper main hands hold a red right hand holding an arrow and an elaborately decorated golden shield with a Chinese-style makara or dragon face at the center. The other hands…

Medicine Buddha with healing herbs www.greennutrilabs.com

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Medicine Buddha with healing herbs www.greennutrilabs.com

Palden Lhamo's Mantra - JO RAMO JO RAMO JO JO RAMO TUNJO KALA RACHENMO RAMO AJA DAJA TUNJO RULU RULU HUNG JO HUNG

Palden Lhamo's Mantra - JO RAMO JO RAMO JO JO RAMO TUNJO KALA RACHENMO RAMO AJA DAJA TUNJO RULU RULU HUNG JO HUNG

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