Akshobhya

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Akshobhya, the Immutable; one of the five Buddhas (rgyal ba rigs lnga), lord of the Vajra Family; his sambhogakaya form is Vajrasattva [RY]

immutable/ unshakeable/ unmoving [RB]

Akshobhya [one of the five Dhyani-buddhas, his sambhogakaya form is Vajrasattva [IW]

1) Akshobhya; 2) unmoved, unshaken) [IW]

unmoved, most steady, unshaken, urine, large number [JV]

Occurrences

kye rdor gyi grub thabs kyi yan lag drug - the six branches of the Hevajra sadhana. one for each of the Five Buddhas and for Vajrasattva. The six-limbed practice of vajra. 1) {gzhal yas khang bskyed pa rnam snang gi yan lag}. generation of celestial abode in connection with Vairochana. 2) {dbang bskur ba mi bskyod pa'i yan lag}. bestowing initiation in connection with Akshobhya}. 3) {bdud rtsi myang ba 'od dpag med pa'i yan lag}. experiencing the nectar in connection with Amitabha. 4) {bstod pa rin 'byung gi yan lag}. praising in connection with Ratnasambhava. 5) {mchod pa don yod grub ba'i yan lag}. making offering in connection with Amoghasiddhi. 6) {rjes chags rdor sems gyi yan lag}. confession in connection with Vajrasattva. (RY)

bka' gdams lha bzhi - four deities of the Kadampa [Shakyamuni, Achala (Akshobhya), Avalokiteshvara, Tara {mi gyo ba}, {sgrol ma}, {spyan ras gzigs}, {sha kya thub pa}. (IW)

bka' gdams lha bzhi - four deities, worshipped by the Kadampa sect: a) Shakyamuni. b) Avalokiteshvara. c) Akshobhya. d) Tara; four deities of the Kadampa. 1) Shakyamuni. 2) Achala [Akshobhya]. 3) Avalokiteshvara. 4) Tara. 1) {mi g.yo ba}. 2) {sgril ma}. 3) {spyan ras gzigs}. 4) {sha kya thub pa}. (RY)

'khrugs pa med pa - Akshobhya or "Imperturbable" [n. of one of the five buddhas], agitated, disturbed. (RY)

mgon po rigs lnga - lords of the five families {Akshobhya, ratnasambhava, amitabha, amogasiddhi}. (IW)

rgyal ba rigs lnga - Five male buddhas. The five families or aspects of jinas / victorious ones; Vairochana, Akshobhya, Ratnasambhava, Amitabha and Amoghasiddhi. (RY)

ngo bo - mi bskyod kyi ngo bo - embodiment of Akshobhya. (RY)

mngon dga' - 1) Abhirati, profound joy, the Buddhafield of Akshobhya. 2) realm of True Joy, to take delight / pleasure in. Syn {mngon par dga' ba}. (RY)

mngon par dga' ba - 1) Abhirati, Manifest Joy, Ngonpar Gawa, Realm of True Joy; eastern buddha field of Akshobhya / Vajrasattva, 2) higher joy, true joy, manifest joy, sheer delight. 3) love for, clinging to. (RY)

bcom ldan rgyal ba rigs lnga - the Bhagavan victorious 1s of the five families [the rulers of the five families [of the mandala: Vairochana, Akshobhya, Ratnasambhava, Amitabha, Amoghasiddhi]. (IW)

chad pa'i dbang - the empowerment of the expositor (Akshobhya). (IW)

bde gshegs rigs lnga - Five families of sugatas. The five families or aspects of victorious ones; Vairochana, Akshobhya, Ratnasambhava, Amitabha, and Amoghasiddhi. (RY)

rdo rje mi bskyod pa - Vajra Akshobhya. (RY)

ma ma ki - Mamaki, [Syn {rdo rje ma ma ki} female buddha, consort of Akshobhya]. (RY)

mi bskyod - Akshobhya [one of the five Dhyani buddhas, his sambhogakaya form is Vajrasattva. (IW)

mi bskyod - 1) Akshobhya; 2) unmoved, unshaken). (IW)

mi bskyod kyi ngo bo - embodiment of Akshobhya. (RY)

mi bskyod rdo rje - 1) Manjuvajra [image of the Buddha at age 8 brought to Lhasa by the Nepalese wife of king Srongtsen Gampo now in the temple of {ra mo che}; 2) [R] Akshobhya[-vajra]; 3) the immutable, unshakable, immovable vajra; 4) Karmapa Mikyo Dorje). (IW)

mi bskyod rdo rje - 1) Manjuvajra; 2) * Akshobhya[-vajra]; 3) the immutable, unshakable, immovable vajra; 4) Karmapa Mikyo Dorje). (IW)

mi bskyod rdo rje - Akshobhya, Immutable Vajra, Unshakeable Vajra; 1) Akshobhya-vajra, the Immutable, unshakable, immovable. 2) Karmapa Mikyö Dorje {kar-ma pa} viii, 1507-1554. 3) Manjuvajra. (RY)

mi bskyod rdo rje - Akshobhyavajra; Immutable/ Unshakeable Vajra. (RB)

mi bskyod pa - Akshobhya, Buddha of the Vajra Family. Syn {mi 'khrugs pa}. (RY)

mi bskyod pa - Akshobhya (blue/east/ vajra); Akshobhya, the unshakeable, the immutable, the immovable one. (RY)

mi bskyod pa - Akshobhya; the lord of the vajra family, dwelling in Abhirati (mngon dga'), the eastern Buddhafield. (RY)

mi bskyod ba'i dam tshig bzhi - the four samayas of Akshobhya (TSE) (IW)

mi 'khrug pa - name of the Buddha, Akshobhya. (RY)

mi 'khrugs pa'i gzungs chog - ritual for the liturgical recitation of the formula (dharani) of the tathagata Akshobhya. (RY)

zhi ba'i lha zhe gnyis - peaceful deities, forty-two; Forty-Two Peaceful Deities: Samantabhadra, Samantabhadri, Vairochana, Akshobhya, Ratnasambhava, Amitabha, Amogha siddhi, Akasha Dhatvishvari, Buddha Lochana, Mamaki, Pandaravasini, Samayatara, Kshitigarbha, Vajrapani, Akashagarbha, Avalokiteshvara, Lasya, Malya, Gita, Nirti, Maitreya, Nivarana Viskambin, Samantabhadra, Manjushri, Dhupa, Pushpa, Aloka, Gandha, Amrita kundali, Hayagriva, Mahabhala, Yamantaka, An.kusha, Pasha, Sphota, Gantha, Munindra, Vemacitra, Shakyamuni, Simha, Jvalamukha, and Yamaraja. (GD)

rus rgyan drug - The six bone ornaments that are common for both the peaceful and wrathful deities are: the bone ornament at the crown of the head that symbolizes concentration and Akshobhya; the earrings that symbolize patience and Amitabha; the choker that symbolizes generosity and Ratnasambhava; the bracelets and anklets that symbolize discipline and Vairochana; the belt that symbolizes diligence and Amoghasiddhi; and the human ashes and Brahma cord on the torso that symbolize the Vajra Bearer or Vajradhara. (RY)

rus rgyan drug - bone ornaments, six. The bone ornaments that are common for both the peaceful and wrathful deities are: the bone ornament at the crown of the head that symbolizes concentration and Akshobhya; the earrings that symbolize patience and Amitabha; the choker that symbolizes generosity and Ratnasambhava; the bracelets and anklets that symbolize discipline and Vairochana; the belt that symbolizes diligence and Amoghasiddhi; and the human ashes and Brahma cord on the torso that symbolize the Vajra Bearer or Vajradhara. (RY)

gshin rje gshed - Yamantaka. slayer of the lord of death, wrathful form of Akshobhya. Syn {rdo rje 'jigs byed}; Bhairava. (RY)

gsang snying gi dbang lnga - Five Empowerments According to the Secret Nucleus. They are also known as the five empowerments of ability {nus pa'i dbang lnga} which are included among the fifteen ordinary sacraments of empowerment see below, namely, the empowerment of the listener {nyan pa'i dbang} which is that of Ratnasambhava, the empowerment of the meditator {bsgom pa'i dbang} which is that of Akshobhya, the empowerment of the expositor {chad pa'i dbang} which is that of Amitabha, the empowerment of enlightened activity {phrin las kyi dbang} which is that of Amoghasiddhi, and the empowerment of the king of indestructible reality {rdo rje rgyal po'i dbang} which is that of the five enlightened families. Refer to Longchenpa, {phyogs bcu mun sel} pp. 372-376. (GD)

gsang 'dus mi bskyod pa - Guhyasamaja Akshobhya. (RY)