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Crossbearer, Meskel, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 2008

Let us remember our Ethiopian brathers their sacrifice of for faith, as they granted heaven and it's grace in earth.

Page of prayoga manuscript showing guhyakAlI& ugratArA who was reincoporated into Astika after nAstika developments

“Page of prayoga manuscript showing guhyakAlI& ugratArA who was reincoporated into Astika after nAstika developments”

Guhyakali dwells within the centre of eight cremation grounds (shmashans), whose names are Mahaghora, Kaladanda, Jvalakula, Chandapasha, Kapalika, Dhumakula, Bhimangara, and Bhutanatha. Her worship honors the vetalas (vampires)

Guhyakali dwells within the centre of eight cremation grounds (shmashans), whose names are Mahaghora, Kaladanda, Jvalakula, Chandapasha, Kapalika, Dhumakula, Bhimangara, and Bhutanatha. Her worship honors the vetalas (vampires)

Guhyakali - The Secret Form of Goddess Kali ... for my sleeve!

Guhyakali - The Secret Form of Goddess Kali, Thangka Tibetan Thangka Painting

Mongolian shaman, c. 1909

Mongolian shaman, c. 1909

yogui tibetano

Ordinary beings are bound by conceptions. Non conceptual yogins will find release. Hence, the learned state that the result of analysis is that conceptions are at peace.

Chöd (Tibetan: གཅོད, Wylie: gcod lit. 'to sever'[1]), is a spiritual practice found primarily in the Nyingma and Kagyu schools of Tibetan Buddhism (where it is also known as Mahamudra) and Bon (where they are classed as Anuttarayoga Tantras).[2] Also known as "Cutting Through the Ego,",[3] the practices are based on the Prajñāpāramitā or "Perfection of Wisdom" sutras, which expound the "emptiness" concept of Buddhist philosophy.

Chöd (Tibetan: གཅོད, Wylie: gcod lit. 'to sever'[1]), is a spiritual practice found primarily in the Nyingma and Kagyu schools of Tibetan Buddhism (where it is also known as Mahamudra) and Bon (where they are classed as Anuttarayoga Tantras).[2] Also known as "Cutting Through the Ego,",[3] the practices are based on the Prajñāpāramitā or "Perfection of Wisdom" sutras, which expound the "emptiness" concept of Buddhist philosophy.

В 1926 году председатель Красноярского комитета содействия народам Севера…

В 1926 году председатель Красноярского комитета содействия народам Севера…