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By means of particularly exalted supplication and meditational topics one arouses the sun- and moon-coloured forms of the "Victoriously Transcendent Vajra-Lady" (bcom ldan ‘das ma rdo rje btsun mo) and the "Inner Heat" of the unity of bliss and emptiness, which is based on both passion and its dissolution in the four centres, blazes up. Supported by that, one comes to voyage in the space of surpreme unity.
 
By means of particularly exalted supplication and meditational topics one arouses the sun- and moon-coloured forms of the "Victoriously Transcendent Vajra-Lady" (bcom ldan ‘das ma rdo rje btsun mo) and the "Inner Heat" of the unity of bliss and emptiness, which is based on both passion and its dissolution in the four centres, blazes up. Supported by that, one comes to voyage in the space of surpreme unity.
  
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Adapted from a booklet by Prof. Matthew Kapstein - which encourages copying and free distribution:

The flowers: the White and Red Forms of the Khecari (me tog mkha' spyod dkar dmar)

By means of particularly exalted supplication and meditational topics one arouses the sun- and moon-coloured forms of the "Victoriously Transcendent Vajra-Lady" (bcom ldan ‘das ma rdo rje btsun mo) and the "Inner Heat" of the unity of bliss and emptiness, which is based on both passion and its dissolution in the four centres, blazes up. Supported by that, one comes to voyage in the space of surpreme unity.

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