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Tibetan Wheel of Life

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A Thirty-Three-Deity Ushnishavijaya MandalaTibet, Ngor monastery, circa 1500-50

A Thirty-Three-Deity Ushnishavijaya MandalaTibet, Ngor monastery, circa 1500-50

21 Taras: Thangka by Tashi Dhargyal. Mineral pigment and 24k on canvas. Blessed by HH the Dalai Lama.

21 Taras: Thangka by Tashi Dhargyal. Mineral pigment and 24k on canvas. Blessed by HH the Dalai Lama.

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The Wheel of Life (Bhavachakra) - painting by Peter "Zotec" Newman…

The Wheel of Life (Bhavachakra) - painting by Peter "Zotec" Newman…

The 9 Stages of Mental Tranquility of Shamatha meditiation. Here a monk chasing, binding, leading and subduing elephant whose color progresses from black to white. The elephant represents the mind and its black colour the gross aspects of mental dullness. The monkey represents distraction or mental agitations. Tibet Thangka

The 9 Stages of Mental Tranquility of Shamatha meditiation. Here a monk chasing, binding, leading and subduing elephant whose color progresses from black to white. The elephant represents the mind and its black colour the gross aspects of mental dullness. The monkey represents distraction or mental agitations. Tibet Thangka

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