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This at least indicates that while the earlier works were in no wise neglected otherwise they would have found no place at all in the Tibetan Canonactual creative activity was to be found almost exclusively concerned with the tantras. The Troupe of Yoginis 73 Chapter ix. This may proceed in various ways in accordance with the meanings of the symbols suggested above.
Hevajra has four forms described in the Hevajra Tantra and four forms described the Samputa Tantra:. It should be conceived of as free from false appearances and as consisting of pure brilliance. The language is usually inferior Sanskrit, sometimes betraying its dependence upon an earlier version in the vernacular. The only difficulty consists in candralikalimarttanda.
Head nirmanakaya ananda Throat sambhogakaya paramananda Heart dharmakaya. History of Buddhismed. Sri Hevajra is 16 years old, black in color, naked, with eight faces, sixteen arms and four legs.
It was in this rite that the young Khubilai, later to be khan of all the Mongols, was initiated by one of their abbots, hGro-dGon hPhags-pa. Other references are given in full. They were considered to be of profound import because they had developed certain powerful means of mental and physical control, which if practised rightly, seemed to lead with certainty to that state of spiritual equipoise which had always been the chief goal of Indian religious endeavour.
As third, it is followed by the Joy called Cessation, which is a return to normal experience. The tantras seem then to mark a new recognition of the actuality of the religious life as con- ceived in those days.
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He treads upon a corpse who represents the threefold world. This seems to be but a Europea n fablegiven substance only by the cataclasmic disappearance of the doctrine from India at the time when the tantras were in vogue. In this whole process of self-help nothing 1 Concerning the notion of mysterium tremendum see Rudolf Otto, The Idea of the Holy translated by J. Self protection Spiritual yogic union with the principal deity.
It may indeed 1 Woodroofe, Shakti and Shaktap. The mandate jeryed b ut as a suppor t for this process, and the intricate forms it often assumed indicate the complexity of the task.
In his history Taranatha writes of Dharmakirti, the logician, whom he regards, however, as a follower of the tantrasnaming Vajraghanta or Darika or Tengi as his vajrdcarya. Grand Master hopes that every vajra master achieves accomplishment. Meeting it at cross section, at the navel, the heart, the throat, and the head, there are imagined four lotuses of varying numbers of petals, representing minor veins.
The Tibetan Canon, itself representative of Indian Buddhism, consists of two parts. Then at night on the eighth or fourteenth day having put ready jars containing sesame oil and lac, 2 one should enchant them with this formula repeated times.
It asserts the fundamental unity of nirvana and samsaraof mystical and sen- sual experience, and it regards all means as relative to the needs of the practiser, It is in fact in the tantras that are realized to some extent the serious consequences referred to above, but only to some extent, for the process is checked by the conservative tendencies represented savhana the Yogacarasand the whole movement remains essentially Buddhist after all, as subsequent developments show.
Those who can attain its essence can achieve three great accomplishments.
See my observation below, which is based on such passages as these — Introduction, p. Nor, knowing the Indian genius for the producing of works which at least begin to approximate to these proportions, can one discount altogether the possi- bility of the existence of other and longer versions. As such it is Candal! For consume and consummate as practical synonyms, see p. Rupavajra who is white and holds a mirror ; Sabdavajrd who is black and holds a lute ; Gandhavajra w 7 ho is yellow and holds a shell wfith hevahra ; Rasavajra who is red and holds a begging-bowl filled with fine savours ; Sparsavajra who is green and holds garments of various hues ; 59 [footnote cont.
Hegajra Taoists, treating of similar practices, are certainly more explicit. Likewise the idealized representation of the body, consisting of the veins and cakrasexists on a higher plane than the normal physical structure of the body.
We should praise him for his honesty applause. One should write the name of an enemy on an arka- leaf with the juice of poisonous mustard and burning citrakaand throwing it in a fire chaff, recite this mantra ten thousand times: The four armed Vak-Hevajra sung kyE rdo rjestands in dancing posture on a multi-coloured lotus, corpse, blood-filled skull cup and sun disk.
If one is to judge it rightly, one must see it as part of the whole context. Moreover in some cases it has seemed better to introduce the Sanskrit term itself, which elsewhere may appear translated. The Buddhists now as much as before garbed similar ideas in a distinctive terminology, norj even can we be sure that they were following a lead in introducing these new notions and practices.
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Among these three veins are the chief, LalanaRasanaand Avadhutl. This method appears as entirely satisfactory ; the bringing of a text into relationship with archaeo- logical evidence has the effect of uncovering for us the intention of the practisers, so that it begins to become possible to conceive of their doctrine as they conceived of it, a refreshing change indeed from the modern spate of literature on Buddhism, which often tells little more than how certain Europeans or modern Indians conceive of some of the formulated Buddhist doctrines which please them.
This has the effect of concealing what is actually involved, and I doubt whether this particular problem is soluble.