Monthly Archives: August 2014

Flight of the Phoenix

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The Tibetan monk-yogin who had led the group to the cave was in actuality a Bön wizard known as a ngagspa. But he was a Black Ngagspa, formed in the Dark and Forbidden Arts, and his intent upon this Nazi-financed … Continue reading

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The Yoga of Akshobhya

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1.0 Akshobhya is the Matrix of the Diamond Mind The Akshobhya-family houses the Sacred Vajra that is the indestructible and immutable symbol of one’s own Buddha-essence. The following are highlights of its attributes: The Vajra is the quintessential symbol of … Continue reading

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Akshobhya’s Vajra Empowerment

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When yogins meditate and the Tathatic-deities have been invoked; when the soil of the inner-mind and spirit has been impregnated by the power of bodhi, therein the Element of Truth can be found… The inner-heat generated from the encompassing vortex … Continue reading

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Mamaki Rising

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Jeroen van Valkenburg Mamaki raised Schäfer from his bed of sand and, taking his hand, led him into the deep recesses of Akshobhya’s domain. They arrived at a precipice over which Schäfer viewed a large waterfall that spiraled downwards into … Continue reading

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Akshobhya—the Magician of the Sacred Vajra

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IT is neither going nor standing still Neither static, nor dynamic Neither substance nor nonsubstance Neither appearance nor emptiness The nature of all things, like space Is without any movement. One may call IT “space” But IT is empty of … Continue reading

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The Yoga of Ratnasambhava

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1.0 Ratnasambhava is the Matrix of the Jewel The Ratna-family houses the Jewel of the Tri-Ratna, wherein the Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha are the Sacred Refuge whose three-fold character Awakens, Enlightens, and Sustains the Dharma-element in sentient beings. 2.0 The … Continue reading

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Ratnasambhava’s Vase Empowerment

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In the past, we were mind-created spiritual beings, nourished by joy. We soared through space, self-luminous and in imperishable beauty. We thus remained for long periods of time…( Aggañña-Sutta) Entranced, Ernst Schäfer fell into a subterranean mind-stupor and found himself … Continue reading

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Ratnasambhava—the Magician of the Foundation

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The two Nazis attempted to decipher the ancient text’s opening mantra:  *A YAM RAM MAM KHAM DRUM DU  {*Mantra of the Five-Elemental-Buddhas}  As they mumbled through the mantra phonetically, the Bonpos immediately recognized its significance and began to openly chant … Continue reading

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The Quest

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Nearby Hitler’s bunker in late April of 1945, the advancing Russians were weaving their way through battered Berlin when they discovered in the deep cellar of an abandoned building six dead Tibetans lying together in a form of ritual circle; … Continue reading

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Introduction: Notes from the Iron Stupa

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Introduction: Notes from the Iron Stupa Hello all. Blogging resumes again here at Unborn Mind Zen. Last year at this time work began presenting The Tathatagarbhatara Tantra, a work that essentially was an exercise in Mahayoga wherein the aspiring mind … Continue reading

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