4 edition of Gods, Sages and Kings found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||April 1, 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
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Two of these receive the green rays and transform into male and female buddhas. In Tibetan Gods name is Chenrezig and his mantra Om Mani Padme Hum is repeated on all occasions—as a prayer, as a pious ejaculation, and again and again as an object of meditative concentration.
In the Iliad and the Odyssey, Homer describes the Greek gods suddenly blessing a particular hero so that his body seems to glow with health and power, his shoulders seem huge, and he appears tall, fair and imposing. The mosaic of Tibetan mythology combines gods and legends from cultures across Asia.
Padmasambhava, Gesar and Chenrezig are all in a Sages and Kings emanations of Amitabha and they share in common his tantric insignia, the symbol of the Lotus Family. Then overcome by grief, both women threw themselves into the river and drowned. There dwell certain local Tibetan deities, epic characters who represent the warrior energies of the Snowy Land.
His teaching sessions last hundreds of years and occur in fabulous locations in spiritual realms.
For when I strike the stone chimes and make them ring, even the beasts shall join together, all as one in the dance! Exert yourself now in this office. His habitual upliftedness is gone and he cannot retrieve it, Gods matter how hard he tries. For example, Ganeshvara, the elephant-headed baby who is a central figure in the Hindu pantheon, is regarded by Buddhists as a local deity. Be gentle towards those distant and nurture the abilities of those near. He once ordered the publishing of a Mongolian edition of the Gesar epic and identified the edition with the classic Chinese war novel, Romance of the Three Kingdoms.
-The Visva-Bharti Journal of Philosophy, Vol. Every great Sages and Kings has an aura of power that surrounds his body, and he has power spots on his body—on his head and shoulders, and at his heart. When Shun first went to a village that produced pottery, after less than one year, the pottery became more beautiful than they had ever been.
Some deities he tames, others he simply destroys. These are gods who are not in the general pantheon of Indian Buddhism except as a category.
The vedas find a new interpretation at the hand of the author.
Diffuse fire is then gathered in one spot and bound there as a flame.
In the Hindu religion that western academics call Shaivism, Shiva is the symbol for the ultimate self, the atman.