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Naropa The great Indian scholar and Tantric Buddhist Master (Mahasiddha), (AD 1016-1100), who emphasised the practices of Heruka and Vajrayogini. The lineage of Vajrayogini instructions called the ‘Narokhacho lineage’ was transmitted directly from Buddha Vajrayogini to Naropa. From him, these instructions have passed through an unbroken lineage of realized practitioners to the present-day.

We need to apply great effort to become deeply familiar with the trainings in renunciation, bodhichitta and the correct view of emptiness.

Buddha Maitreya is the embodiment of the loving-kindness of all the Buddhas, whose function is to guide all beings along the stages of the path to enlightenment. His hands are in the gesture of teaching Dharma, holding the stems of two lotuses symbolizing his omniscient wisdom. The lotus on his right supports the Wheel of Dharma and the vase on his left is filled with life-giving nectars. On his crown is a stupa symbolizing his Spiritual Guide, Buddha Shakyamuni.

Buddha Maitreya is the embodiment of the loving-kindness of all the Buddhas…

Vairotsana (8th-9th cce) Tibet's most brilliant scholar and translator, spiritual son of Padmasambhava, he was sent by the Tibetan king to study with Indian panditas. He travelled widely, receiving instruction from 25 great masters. His principal teacher was Sri Singha. Ordained by Santaraksita upon returning to Tibet, he assisted Vimalamitra and Padmasambhava in teaching and translating. He became King Trisong Deutsen's guru but chose exile in Kham when jealous ministers complained.

Vairotsana cce) Tibet's most brilliant scholar and translator…

Ghantapa Da Nova Tradição Kadampa (NKT)

Ghantapa The great Indian Tantric Master or Mahasiddha and lineage Guru of the Highest Yoga Tantra practices of Heruka and Vajrayogini.

Vajradhara with lineage gurus and protectors The founder of Vajrayana Buddhism, or Tantra, and the source of all the Tantric teachings. He is the same mental continuum as Buddha Shakyamuni but displays a different aspect. Buddha Shakyamuni appears in the aspect of an Emanation Body, and Buddha Vajradhara appears in the aspect of an Enjoy¬ment Body. He also said that in degenerate times he would appear in an ordinary form as a Spiritual Guide.

Vajradhara with lineage gurus and protectors The founder of Vajrayana Buddhism…

The Great Tibetan Saint Milarepa

Milarepa, the Great Yogi and Saint, Student of Marpa

Eka Vajrasattva / Dorje Sempa

Eka Vajrasattva / Dorje Sempa

Mahasiddha Nagarjuna...Phakpa Gonpo Kludrup...(klu grub), Philosopher and Alchemist teacher of Aryadeva. he is credited with founding the Mādhyamaka school of Mahāyāna Buddhism

(klu grub), Philosopher and Alchemist teacher of Aryadeva. he is credited with founding the Mādhyamaka school of Mahāyāna Buddhism

Pema Heruka Guhya Jnana Dakini |

Pema Heruka Guhya Jnana Dakini - by Sergey Noskov

Tibetan Buddhist Thangka of Marpa (Kagyu Lineage Master)

Marpa, the Great Translator, Student of Mahasiddha Naropa

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