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It is always rewarding for us to read western artists opinions about the traditional art of thangka paintings. Especially if the artists comes from a background that have such a strong appeal on younger generations as Tattoo art. Here an interesting article written by Heidi Minx posted on shambhalasun.com Top tattoo artists talk Tibetan thangka art with […]

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The union of male and female (yam-yum) is prevalent in Tibetan Buddhist Tantric iconography. In this thangka painting of Vajrasattva with consort the center of the mandala is taken by a object called Vajra that Vajrasattva holds with his right hand. The Vajra, initially well-known as the sceptre of Indra, it came to assume tremendous importance in Tantric philosophy and symbolism. In Tibetan Buddhism is symbol of the indestructible nature of the ultimate truth. Tibetan Buddhist Symbols, Tibetan Art Symbols, Buddhist Wallpaper, Buddhism Aesthetic, Vajrasattva Thangka, Tibetan Mandala Art, Tibetan Painting, Buddhist Painting, Buddhism Wallpaper

The union of male and female (yam-yum) is prevalent in Tibetan Buddhist Tantric iconography. In this thangka painting of Vajrasattva with consort the center of the mandala is taken by a object called Vajra that Vajrasattva holds with his right hand. The Vajra, initially well-known as the sceptre of Indra, it came to assume tremendous importance in Tantric philosophy and symbolism. In Tibetan Buddhism is symbol of the indestructible nature of the ultimate truth.

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“When someone is seeking,” said Siddartha, “It happens quite easily that he only sees the thing that he is seeking; that he is unable to find anything, unable to absorb anything, because he is only thinking of the thing he is seeking, because he has a goal, because he is obsessed with his goal. Seeking means: to have a goal; but finding means: to be free, to be receptive, to have no goal. You, O worthy one, are perhaps indeed a seeker, for in striving towards your goal, you do not see many things that are under your nose.” ~ Hermann Hesse   (Photo: The symbol for Dzogchen on a 18th-19th Century Tibetan Buddhist initiation card, used for empowerment training in monasteries) ..* Bungee Jumping, Tibetan Buddhism, Tantra Art, Vajrayana Buddhism, Little Buddha, Buddhist Symbols, Art Asiatique, Zen Buddhism, Tibetan Art

“When someone is seeking,” said Siddartha, “It happens quite easily that he only sees the thing that he is seeking; that he is unable to find anything, unable to absorb anything, because he is only thinking of the thing he is seeking, because he has a goal, because he is obsessed with his goal. Seeking means: to have a goal; but finding means: to be free, to be receptive, to have no goal. You, O worthy one, are perhaps indeed a seeker, for in striving towards your goal, you do not see many…

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Fernanda Obregon
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Tibetan Buddhism is above all practical. In Vajrayana, practice, practice, practice is the mantra of progress. Practical means, step-by-step progress, and

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Astha Debnath