Category Archives: Mystagogia

Yoga of the Manomayakāya

Lankavatarian Foundations All beings are likened to forms originated in an illusion or a dream; since there is no self, others, or both, there is no arising of them. When practitioners penetrate “nothing but self-mind,” and thus realize the non-being … Continue reading

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Amoghasiddhi’s Phurpa Empowerment

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Schäfer watched nearby as the entrapped tulpa- doppelganger began to shrink-down to the size of a pinpoint which then disappeared directly into Tara verte’s Urna as she re-materialized before his mind.   Urna: the all-seeing third eye point that appears … 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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The Assumption of the Yogikaya

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As an earlier post revealed, once Amoghasiddhi’s Key has been turned in the meditative act of spiritual ejaculation, the bodhi-bindu rises to the Dharmachakra and is experienced as Vairocana’s enrapturement. The yogin is now enjoined with Vairocana as the wind … Continue reading

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Ratnasambhava Rising

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Today’s accompanying image reveals Ratnasambhava at the center of the action so to speak, where Vairocana or Akṣhobhya are usually depicted. They are still present here, yet in the background, as Ratnasambhava is now dominant and holding the ritual bell … Continue reading

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Amoghasiddhi’s Key

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As was mentioned in our previous blog, Amoghasiddhi rises to the occasion and releases (like that figure of a coiled snake in the base, or root chakra) the Sambodhic-juice that sparks all the other chakras and is always successful in … Continue reading

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Mystagogia

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Mystagogia: entering deeply into the further mysteries In preparation for composing the Tathagatagarbhatārā Tantra there was much quality time spent in daily Dhyani Buddha meditations; in particular with the early morning Akṣhobhya Buddha Dharani and additional refrain of the mantra, … Continue reading

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