Vajrayogini

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Vajra Yogini (rdo rje rnal 'byor ma). A semiwrathful yidam. She is red, with one face and two arms, young and beautiful but enraged and wearing ornaments of human bones. She represents the transformation of ignorance and passion into shunyata and compassion. In the Kagyu tradition, her sadhana is often given as the students's entry into Anuttarayoga practice.

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