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Pages in category "Yidam"
The following 139 pages are in this category, out of 139 total.
- A History which illuminates the origin of the Tantras of Tara. THE ORIGIN OF TARA
- A Key Reason for Yidam Practice: Helping Us Understand Correct View
- A typical series of “yogas” or practices found in a single Yidam practice might include:
- A Yidam (Skt. iṣṭadevatā)
- A yidam is a type of tutelary or meditational deity
- About me Yidams: a godless approach, naturally!
- Add “teacher-guided”
- Advice on Yidam Practice
- Advice on Yidam Practice by Khenpo Shenga
- Application of the Five Dimensions to the Buddhist Practice of Working to Benefit All Limited Beings
- Application of the Five Dimensions to the Buddhist Relation with the Spiritual Teacher
- Application of the Five Dimensions to the Relation with a Yidam (Buddha-figure)
- Changing Yidams: Is it Okay to Change?
- Choosing One`s Principal Deity (Yidam)
- Choosing your One Yidam
- CLOUDS OF OFFERINGS TO LADY G.YANG RI1— A PROTECTOR PRACTICE BY THE FIRST YOL MO SPRUL SKU SHĀKYA BZANG PO (15TH/16TH CENT.)2
- Conventional obstacles – difficulties or conflicts in any of the variables
- Conventional obstacles – lacking any of these
- Conventional obstacles – lacking of any of these
- Dealing with Close Personal Relationships While Being in a Buddhist-Style Student-Teacher Relationship
- Dealing with Close Personal Relationships While Relating to a Yidam
- Dealing with Close Personal Relationships While Working to Benefit All Beings
- Deepest obstacles – identifying concretely with being the yidam
- Dimension of Factual Variables
- Dimension of Psychological Variables
- Dimension of Relational Ethics
- Dimension of Relational Self-Other Establishment
- Dimension of Systemic Variables
- Divine pride
- Do Buddhist worship Yidam?
- Drawing Lots to Find Your Yidam
- Padmasambhava Yidam Practice
- Padmasambhava: “the source of accomplishment is the Yidam”; Yidam is systemized practice, not just a “deity”
- Practice Advice
- Protector Begtse Chen and Raven Headed Mahakala --Twin Protectors and Guardians of the Buddhist Faith in Tibet and Bhutan
- Protectors — Not for everyone
- Taking and Giving) Practice
- Taking Refuge in the Three Jewels Teachings on the Inner Preliminaries of Kalachakra
- The Dzogchen Protectors
- The Importance of Generation Stage Yidam Practice in Vajrayana
- The Importance of Generation Stage Yidam Practice in Vajrayāna
- The Lightning Path of Buddhism: The Power of Yidams
- The Lineage Supplication for Single Mudra Vajrakumāra (Sangtik Purba)
- The Sadhana for Single Mudra Vajrakumāra
- The secret: remained focused on one Yidam
- The Three Roots: Guru, Yidam and Protector
- The Three Roots: The Lama, Yidams, and Protectors
- The world of the Bodhisattvas
- The World of the Buddhas
- The world of the Dharmapalas
- Tibetan Oracle Yidam The Mirror of the Mind
- Tulpa Creation in Tibet
- What is a Yidam Deity in Tibetan Buddhism?
- What is a Yidam, then?
- What is a Yidam? - Lion's Roar
- What is a Yidam?!
- What is the Yidam ultimately?
- What is Yidam practice?
- What you should remember most, again and again
- When is a Protector Helpful
- Where do Protectors Come in?
- Who is Buddhist Deity Yidam?
- Who needs a Dharma Protector? Isn’t Buddhist Refuge or Green Tara Enough Protection?
- Why are there so many forms?
- Why Do We Need A Yidams In Meditative Practice？
- Yidam (S.: ista devata) means personal deity
- YIDAM -
- Yidam - Wikipedia
- Yidam Deities in Vajrayana
- Yidam in Tibet Buddhism
- Yidam in Tibetan Buddhism
- Yidam is a type of deity associated with tantric or Vajrayana Buddhism
- Yidam is much more than an enlightened deity
- Yidam is our heart commitment
- Yidam practice
- Yidam Practice
- Yidam Tantric Deity, Kalachakra
- Yidam Visualization
- Yidam – Peaceful and Wrathful Buddhist deities
- YIDAM – PEACEFUL AND WRATHFUL BUDDHIST DEITIES
- Yidams - the Rapid Path to Mastery
- Yidams - the Source of Accomplishments
- Yidams: a godless approach, naturally!
- Yidams: Tantric Deities
- “All Buddhas are One”
- “Jewel Collection Refuge”: Not an Invitation for Laziness
- “Means of Accomplishment”
- “The Mind of One Buddha is the Mind of All Buddhas”; How “Jewel Collection Refuge” Can Help You Manage Your Commitments to Multiple Practices and Yidams
- “These vast collections of practices can be condensed into those of the three roots, lama, yidam, and dakini.”