Vajrayogini is the queen of Dakinis the female Tantric deities or “sky dancers”.
She is the supreme teacher of the Anuttarayoga Tantra, the Yoga practice that allows those who are plagued by strong desires and attachment, to attain enlightenment.
Vajrayogini is the main dakini of the Tantra of Chakrasamvara known also as “Heruka” and the most relevant tantric goddess of all traditions of Tibetan Buddhism.
Vajrayogini has been called the “Buddha for our times.” There’s an old Tibetan saying: “Practicing any Buddha is practicing all Buddhas.”
The great Atisha, when he first came to Tibet, was horrified to find Tibetans practicing many deities at once. He admonished them that they only have to practice one.
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Vajrayogini Thangka Painting$690( 60 x 67 cm )
Vajrayogini is the principal female deity of the Chakrasamvara Cycle of Tantras who is here depicted by the khatvanga pole that balances on her left shoulder.
Dorje Neljorma Thangka$539( 50 x 74 cm )
Dorje Neljorma Thangka is handpainted in Kathmandu Nepal by master Thangka Artist.
Vajrayogini ThangkaFrom $109( 30 x 50 cm )
Vajrayogini Tibetan Thangka is handpainted by master thangka artist in Kathmandu Nepal by using real gold and colors in cotton canvas. Vajrayogini is also known as ‘the diamond female yogi’.