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  1. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Pitha changes from Kubjika to Vajradaka & Dakarnava; Mahalakshmi, Dhyana, and Nirakara; Vipula Siddhi; alternate list of Amnayamanjari Pithas




    In Sanskrit, what I have found is that in many...
  2. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Dakarnava Pithas and Lakshmi Tantra



    That is interesting. The translator Sugiki has just published these Dakarnava articles in 2018. It took me that long to vaguely sense it drifting around out...
  3. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Amaravati and Vajrasattva, Balarama and Varuni, Dakarnava and Vajradaka fragments




    With spending a lot of time referring to the Puranas and Homa and so forth, it gets easy to lose sight of...
  4. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    The Seven Rays



    This follow suit from the Pitrs, whom we are trying to approach with a degree of caution. Too many things have been said, or, perhaps triumphantly declared, about them. Most of...
  5. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Pitris and Agni



    It seems to me there can be great turmoil in subjects like the Vyuhas and the Pitrs. There is a tendency towards grandstanding such as whether Shiva or Vishnu is the most...
  6. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Well, a mix, but part of the intent is to combat copying.

    What I mean by that is I can find a lot of this information that is "strictly" copying, however, I am finding it by asking questions. And...
  7. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Tattvas; Bhrgu and Angiras, Pitris or Pitrs


    Lakshmi did something unusual again with the Tattvas or "elements of reality".

    In some senses, it is a loose word bandied about wherever needed,...
  8. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Lakshmi Tantra and Golden Drop Lakshmi; Aisvarya




    Lakshmi Tantra is the next thing to Buddhism, or, even better, is simply compatible and accepting of it. Many of the things she repeats are...
  9. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Lakshmi Tantra


    Here is a tantra which is historically congruous to Adbhuta Ramayana. It may have earlier origins, but, it is difficult to place the final written from prior to the twelfth...
  10. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Wrathful Deities and Fire, Kila




    There is a sense I get from reading symbolism as in practice, or practical, or as experience, that is not particularly evident to those who have gone before...
  11. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Pravargya and Agni Homa




    In Pravargya or Preparation, there was a fairly specific name for the Milk used.



    1) Gharma (घर्म):—m. (√2. ghṛ) heat, warmth (of the sun or of fire), sunshine,...
  12. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Homa and Agni's Fires




    The preview that comes up as Notes on Sources is fairly readable, and starts with Homa in Nepal found in MMK, and has several including Krishna Yamari Tantra, Vasanta...
  13. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Samputa and Ramya, Mahabala and Jambhala and conversion of the Ten Wrathful Ones




    Samputa Tantra has just been published ca. 2020. Besides finding its mantras and so forth, it turns out the...
  14. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Agni Homa, Swayambhu Purana, and Preparation




    Homa is a bit like an accumulation of everything. It takes a whole Buddhist Guru Yoga sadhana and immerses it into a larger ceremony. It is not...
  15. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Khandaroha


    Circle of Bliss 73 says that Varuni is also known as Khandaroha.


    This may be the case, but, I cannot really find a scriptural source for it.

    One of the things about that book,...
  16. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Dattatreya, Ekajati--Vajrangi, Jnana Yoga, Parnasabari and Gauris, Dhyanas and core of Dakarnava



    I was about to put something together, but almost confused a couple of things, Agha and Anga....
  17. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Ghasmari and Samputa Tantra with Gauris' mantras



    What is rather strange is that when we as outsiders pore over Buddhist Yoga, it tells us that a spiritual practice is called a Sadhana. On the...
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    Re: Ivermectin

    We use it all the time on our goats and yes a person can take it, probably not the whole tube, but some. My question was isn't it just a manufactured substitute for Wormwood?


    Isn't the...
  19. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Viraja, Usnisas, Yakshas, and Mayuri




    I have been curious about this for a while, since Viraja is a relatively rare, understated close companion of her more famous neighbor, Vimala, who has...
  20. Re: Nirakara and Shentong Buddhism, Tara, Sadhanas, Sanskrit culture

    Sosaling or Sitabani, Seven Syllable deity, Parnasabari and Nadis




    Shangpa is not an institution, it is a bundle of transmissions in Kagyu, which came through Khyungpo Naljor. The Shangpa...
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