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  Yamantaka
Yamantaka, the ferocious emanation of Manjushri (Bodhisattva of wisdom), is the most complicated and terrible of all the wrathful Buddhist divinities.
Thus the yogi who meditates through the imagery of Yamantaka intends and hopes to develop a sense of identity strong enough to face down death, and the fear that attends upon it.
Each head, each limb, each attribute, symbol and ornament of Yamantaka expresses the total mobilization of the faculties of enlightenment needed for this ultimate confrontation.
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  Yamantaka Empowerment
Yamantaka is named for his primary activity: the termination of death.
It is through the practice of Yamantaka, the practice of terminating death, that we are able to awaken into the city of enlightenment.
Having Yamantaka as a yidam protects one from the obstacles arising from this degenerate age.
www.vajrapani.org /yamantaka_empowerment.htm   (748 words)

  
 Yamantaka
Also called Yamari (Yama's enemy,) Yamantaka is only one aspect of Vajrabhairava (Absolutely Terrifying,) usually depicted as riding or standing on a bull that is trampling Yama.
Associated with the Gelugpa denomination is a more complex form having as many as thirty-four arms, sixteen legs and nine heads of which the central one is that of a bull.
This is an aspect of Yamantaka practiced by Padmasambhava, according to 19th-century terton, Sa-Sum Lingpa.
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 Yamantaka
Yamantaka - so heißt bei den Tibetern der Gott des Todes und der Unterwelt.
Yamantaka is the Tibetan god of the dead and lord of the underworld.
The Revolving Mask of Yamantaka raises the level of intensity through whirling rhythmic gyrations, spectral harmonics and the cyclical resonations of the Tibetan bells.
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 Yamantaka
The Vajrabhairava practice is an highest yoga (anuttara) tantra practice focusing on the yidam Yamantaka, the wrathful emanation of Manjushri Bodhisattva.
The Sanskrit name Yamantaka means the one who conquers Yama, the Lord of Death who appears with the face of a buffalo.
Yamantaka comes in two forms: as Solitary Hero (Ekavira), and in union with his consort Vajravetali, called the "13 Deities of Yamantaka" (because of the twelve more deities in his mandala).
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 Gen. Vajra Bhairava the Furious Dharmapala   (Site not responding. Last check: )
To Buddhists, this figure has become Yamantaka or Dorje Jigche [Jigji] the Death-Slayer, who is a fierce form of the gentle Manjushri, one of the Buddha's disciples.
Yamantaka Vajra Bhairava is a furious Dharmapala the Protector of the teachings of the Buddhas, and the embodiment of paradoxical compassion that can manifest out of Emptiness to take action in an extremely wrathful way for the good of all sentient beings.
Yamantaka Vajra Bhairava is the tutelary deity of the Yellow Hat (Gelugpa) school.
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 Yamantaka : Yamantaka Vajra-bhairava is the most popular.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Yamantaka presides over the eastern direction and is one of the popular deities of the Nepalese Buddhist Pantheon.
The principle head of yamantaka is that of a bull or a buffalo.
Yamantaka has 34 arms and 16 feet to subdue Yama from escaping.
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 About Yamantaka
'Yamantaka' is a sanskrit name, which can be broken down into two primary elements: 'Yama', which is the name of the god of death, and 'Antaka' which means 'terminator'.
So here, the name of the deity describes a quality that the deity has, and this deity is named for the primary activity- Yamantaka is the terminator of death.
Another way of understanding Yamantaka is as the journey, or the path to Buddhahood, it is through the practice of Yamantaka - the practice of terminating death, that we are able to awaken into the city of enlightenment.
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Registration is free and confidential, and members benefit from sharing resources and experiences within the Yamantaka community.
Only registered users are allowed into Yamantaka Members Area.
I believe that Yamantaka is a valid path to Buddhahood, and I take pleasure in treading that path.
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 Tibetan Buddhist Gods, Buddhists Gods, Padmasambhava, Yamantaka
Yamantaka Statue with Skull Bowl Dancing on Bull & Nude Man 12"
(SOLD) Yamantaka Statue with 9 Heads, 34 Arms & 16 Legs
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 Yamantaka Mandala - The Art of Asia - Buddhism
Yamantaka Mandala - The Art of Asia - Buddhism
These cosmograms represent in symbolic color, line, and geometric forms, all realms of existence and are used in Tantric meditation and initiation rites.
The Yamantaka Mandala is a cosmic blueprint of the celestial palace of the deity Yamantaka, Conqueror of Death.
www.artsmia.org /art-of-asia/buddhism/yamantaka-mandala.cfm   (195 words)

  
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YAMANTAKA Imagine this: a six-faced being--more than four feet tall-a dark figure carved in wood, painted with red and gold highlights.
Yamantaka likely served as the focus for meditation in a monastery in Tibet 300 years ago.
He is a Tibetan Buddhist deity whose fierce countenance, many-limbed body, and array of weapons represent his power to overcome all obstacles to spiritual awakening.
www.vmfa.state.va.us /Yamantaka.txt   (211 words)

  
 Yamantaka Mandala with imperial portraits [China] (1992.54) | Object Page | Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Yamantaka Mandala with imperial portraits, Yuan dynasty (1279–1368), 1330–1332
The Buddhist mandala represents the cosmic and sacred realm where the deity (at the center), the ultimate subject of meditation, is surrounded by symbols of the spiritual stages that the devotee must pass through in order to attain enlightenment.
In the Yuan period, woven images were thought to demonstrate greater skill than painted ones, and from 1294 onward imperial portraits were commissioned as paintings only to be converted into woven silk.
www.metmuseum.org /toah/ho/07/eac/hod_1992.54.htm   (386 words)

  
 Brian Keane Music
Yamantaka is the Tibetan god of the dead, and this album evokes a dark and strange world.
Critically acclaimed for its subtle, yet masterful percussion soundscapes, 'Yamantaka' is available on both cassette and compact disk.
The six-part suite Yamantaka is at once somber, mysterious and meditative.
www.briankeanemusic.com /disco/yamantaka.htm   (400 words)

  
 Two types of Bodhicitta   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dharmarakshita requested Yamantaka for blessing to meditate on Tong-len (taking on all the sufferings and problems of all sentient beings upon this self-cherishing attitude and giving one's happiness and prosperity to all sentient beings).
Here, Dharmarakshita is making request or supplication to Yamantaka (who has abandoned self-cherishing and self-grasping attitude) so as to bless the mindstream of Dharmarakshita and all bodhsittvas who are practicing to overcome the self-cherishing and self-grasping attitudes and to develop the Relative and Ultimate Bodhicitta.
Yamantaka's slightly bent right leg symbolises the Relative Bodhicitta and his outstretched left leg symbolises the Ultimate Bodhicitta.
www.purifymind.com /TwoBodhicitta.htm   (500 words)

  
 Grand Master Lu Conducted Yamantaka Fire Ceremony (Homa) & Bardo Deliverance on Sunday 01/28/2007 at Rainbow Villa
Yamantaka is in union with his shakti, who has one head and two arms while Yamantaka has a myriad of arms and heads.
Yamantaka’s thirty-four arms encompass a variety of weapons and dharma implements, each with its own symbolic attribute.
Yamantaka's manifestation lineage: Amitabha Buddha -> Manjushri Bodhisattva -> Yamantaka Vajra
students.washington.edu /atchung/Buddhism/YamantakaHoma.html   (203 words)

  
 - Mandala of Mahavajrabhairava
Mahavajrabhairava was known in an earlier iconographic form as Yamantaka (Destroyer of Death), and even in this form, he is sometimes known by this epithet.
The bull's head and fierce countenance that he shares with Yama, Lord of Death, is the form he assumes in order to beguile Yama and quell his deadly deeds.
He is sometimes associated with practices related to the "pacification of afflictions." In this context, Yamantaka brings relief to those suffering from poverty, illness, or "assaults by demons."
www.asianart.com /exhibitions/svision/i44.html   (704 words)

  
 The PILGRIMAGE to CYTHERA   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Yamantaka (the "Destroyer of Yama", the Lord of Death, in Sanskrit) is the main yidam of the Gelug-pa school widespread in Tibet, Mongolia, Buryatia, Kalmykia and Tuva.
He has nine heads, including a bull's one, thirty-four arms, each holding an attribute, sixteen legs trampling on the representations of Hindu deities and the symbols of human vices interpreted in Buddhism as the darkening of the consciousness.
There exist representations of Yamantaka alone, which means that prajna, the sublime wisdom, is dissolved in him like salt in water.
www.rcom.ru /cythera/008.htm   (207 words)

  
 Wrathful Guardians of Buddhism - Aesthetics and Mythology
Manjushri then assumed the form of Yamantaka (conqueror of death), defeated Yama, and turned him into a protector of Buddhism, in order to save the people.
He is also unquestionably the most vital Dharampala, since every monastery, no matter what the order, has a shrine devoted to this deity.
Both Yama and Yamantaka are represented with bull’s heads, but Yama always has an ornament, shaped like a wheel on his breast, which is his distinctive mark.
www.buddhart.com /article/wrathful   (1609 words)

  
 Yamantaka Information
Within Buddhism, "terminating death" is actually a quality of all buddhas as they have stopped the cycle of rebirth samsara.
In this context, Yamantaka represents the goal of the Mahayana practitioner's journey to enlightenment, or the journey itself: in awakening, one adopts the practice of Yamāntaka – the practice of terminating death.
There are three types of death spoken of in the Yamāntaka Tantra : Outer death is the regular end of life, which is embodied by Yama, Lord of Death, who resides in the east, seven stories under the earth.
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 EMAHO Foundation
Yamantaka, and perform the preparation ceremony for the
Yamantaka belongs to the highest class of Yoga Tantra and the
Practice of Yamantaka is specifically a practice to help us
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 Yamantaka Statues : Copper, Bronze, Brass, Silver, Wooden, Stone Yamantaka Statues   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Yamantaka Statues : Copper, Bronze, Brass, Silver, Wooden, Stone Yamantaka Statues
Yamantaka Statues : Copper, Bronze, Brass, Silver Yamantaka Statues
All our Yamantaka Statues are casted by copper, bronze, brass, silver, wood and stone crafted by skillful artisan of Patan, Nepal.
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 eBay Guides - Yamantaka Statue
Yamantaka is the conqueror og the Death (Yama).
The simplest form of Yamantaka has one bull head and two arms, he has a crown of skulls and the third eye.
This form shows Yamantaka as Vajrabhairava, the terrific form of Bodhisattva Manjushri Bodhisattva Manjushri´s head appears at the top of Yamantaka´s stack of nine heads.
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 Appliqué thangka
In the case of Yamantaka, because he has several faces and many hands and legs you need to have a clear sense of the measurements and proportions involved.
In general, it is the relative proportions of the various parts of the body to each other that creates the basic character of an image, which differentiate the peaceful from the fierce for example.
For the measurements of the various body parts we consult the grid of the deity, but ornaments and implements are based on the description contained in the text for self-generation.
www.norbulingka.org /melongarchive/issue07/chemola.htm   (1217 words)

  
 Members
A large amount of this website is protected, and available only to those individuals who have had the fortune to be initiated into the mandala of a highest yoga tantra.
If you are initiated into Yamantaka, and would like to join the community, just apply to be a member, or click on the 'Join' link above, and fill out the form.
If you have already been granted membership, then you may enter the private area, or click on the 'Members Only' link below.
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 Yamantaka Home Page
Yamantaka Home : Yamantaka : Website : Prayer Wheels : Join : Members
We serve the community of hundreds of online Yamantaka practitioners to encourage the study and practise of the yidam, and attempt to serve the greater audience of Buddhists and non-Buddhists on the Internet.
Even more, we hope that you will be able to help bring a little more peace and happiness to the world around you!
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 About the site
Jhampa Shaneman set up the original web-site in January 2002 as a gift for the world of Yamantaka practitioners.
It has been a reliable resource for practitioners over these last few years, and the many people who use it have been grateful for it's presence.
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any ideas or questions!
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 Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive Chat About Yamantaka - Lama Zopa Rinpoche
During the spring of 1997, Lama Zopa Rinpoche gave a series of talks at Vajrapani Retreat Center to a group of students who hold the full Yamantaka initiation.
Access to this entire booklet is restricted to those with full Yamantaka initiation, and you must contact our office first before ordering this book.
Below is a link to some excerpts of non-restricted material for the general reader.
www.lamayeshe.com /acatalog/ChatY.html   (222 words)

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