Lion-faced Dakini is a secret form of Vajrayogini also has a relationship to Troma and the practice of chöd. She is appropriate for clearing obstacles of the most pervasive and malignant kind and cutting through the “three poisons” of mind.
This ancient practice has been important in Tibetan Buddhism since the time of Guru Rinpoche. PeGyal Lingpa received this revelation directly from Padmasambhava, appearing in a red-black form, instead of the more common dark blue .
In This topic we will learn about the following topics:
Climbing the mountain of meditation
Finding picnic spots and lesser peaks along the way
Checking out the major meditation techniques
Knowing what you’ll see when you get to the top
Developing concentration, receptive awareness, contemplation, and cultivation
The great thing about meditation is that it’s actually quite simple. Just sit down, be quiet, turn your attention inward, and focus your mind. That’s all there is .
The Permission Initiation and the Appendages
This section has two parts, the actual initiation and the appendages to it. Again circumambulating to the right the disciple comes to the northern door and are placed on the initiation seat.
A Mandala is offered to the lame inseparable from the Vajra pristine consciousness of Kalachakra, in order to receive the permission initiation that cleanses the pristine consciousness. Disciples should make the mantra supplication three times, mindful of its .
Actually Granting Initiation through Entry into the Mandala has three parts:
Granting initiations according to the pattern of childhood.
granting the higher initiations.
and the initiation of a Vajramaster.
Granting initiations according to the pattern of childhood
This also has three parts;
The rites of the seven initiations.
Understanding the time of attainment.
And instructions to abandon the root infractions.
The rites of the seven initiations
First, a common supplication for all seven initiations is made along with .
The Himalayan Mountains have been the home of sages for millennia. These great sages have lived and passed on knowledge of the yogic teachings to disciples who then became masters passing on the teachings in an unbroken lineage since the Vedic period.
Twelve hundred years ago Shankaracharya organized his teaching into five centers of the Himalayan Tradition. As one of those five, our tradition is the Bharati lineage connected with the Shankaracharya at the Shringeri .