The Ultimate Goddess ‘spontaneously-emergent’ joy, according to 4th Sharmapa

Vajrayogini in the Nāropa tradition, see https://www.himalayanart.org/items/61 ‘From the forehead, ending at the vajra jewel, completely filled up with joys. The utterly fulfilled one who emerges, to that goddess, I pay homage.’ དཔྲལ་ནས་རྡོ་རྗེ་ནོར་བུའི་མཐར༎ དགའ་བ་སོགས་ཀྱིས་རབ་གང་བ༎ གང་ཞིག་གང་བའི་མཐར་སྐྱེ་བ༎ ལྷ་མོ་དེ་ལ་བདག་ཕྱག་འཚལ༎ —–In Harmonizing the Statements on Empowerment by the Accomplished Masters Nāropa and Maitripa ( “mkhas grub nA ro mai tri dbang gi bzhed… Continue reading The Ultimate Goddess ‘spontaneously-emergent’ joy, according to 4th Sharmapa

NEW TRANSLATION: The ‘Red Hat Karmapa’, 4th Shamarpa’s ‘Supplication to the Kālacakra Six Vajra-Yogas Lineage’ and his teacher, Kālacakra lineage master, Go Lotsawa Kālacakra

For Mahakala day today and the solstice, this new translation and article includes a brief introduction to the life of the 4th Sharmapa (one of the four main heart-disciples of the Karmapas) and his connection to Kālacakra and Kālacakra master, Go Lotsawa Zhonu Pal and a new translation of texts he composed about the Kālacakra… Continue reading NEW TRANSLATION: The ‘Red Hat Karmapa’, 4th Shamarpa’s ‘Supplication to the Kālacakra Six Vajra-Yogas Lineage’ and his teacher, Kālacakra lineage master, Go Lotsawa Kālacakra