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Buddhas

BUDDHA SHAKYAMUNI
(Tib. Sangyae Shakya Thubpa)

This image is an aid for the meditation and visualization practice on Buddha Shakyamuni, the founder of Buddhism in this world age.

© Andy Weber 1991.

BUDDHAS

 

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Bodhisattvas

VISION OF AVALOKITESVARA
(Tib: Chenrezig )

The most famous patron saint of Tibet, the embodiment of all the Buddhas’compassion, holds in his centre hands the wish fulfilling jewel, granting all wishes of all beings.

© Andy Weber 2010.

BODHISATTVAS

 

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Female Bodhisattvas

WHITE TARA ( Tib: Drolkar )

Born from the tear of Avalokitesvara, the buddha of compassion, White Tara grants long life and freedom from illnesses. Her left outstretched hand gives the blessing and refuge to all those who show pure devotion to her.

© Andy Weber 2006

FEMALE BODISATTVAS

 

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Highest Yoga Tantra

HERUKA CHAKRASAMVARA
( Tib. Korlo Demchog )

The name translates as "Wheel of Bliss" and signifies the tantric emanation of the Buddha, embodying the union of method and wisdom or bliss and emptiness.

© Andy Weber 1985

HIGHEST YOGA TANTRA

 

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Protectors

VAISHRAVANA
( Tib. Namtotse )

The guardian of the North - the countries in our Western hemisphere - represents the deity of wealth holding in his right hand a jewel spitting mongoose. Devotion, offerings and prayers to him are meant to bring unimaginable riches. His left hand holds the banner of victory symbolizing the victorious conquest of the Dharma.

© Andy Weber 1990

PROTECTORS

 

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Gurus & Teachers

JETSUN MILAREPA

Tibetan Yogi (1040–1123) famous and revered for his songs of spiritual realizations.

© Andy Weber 1989

GURUS & TEACHERS

 

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