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Three Roots. guru bla ma meditational deity yi dam or devata. and dakini mkha 'gro ma. Three Roots [RY]

Three Roots [RB]

Three Roots; [detailed expl., Light of Wisdom, Vol. 2, page 64] [RY]

three roots guru bla ma meditational deity yi dam or devat andd kini^ mkha 'gro ma [IW]

Three Roots. Guru, Yidam and Dakini. The Guru is the root of blessings, the Yidam of accomplishment, and the Dakini of activity [RY]

three roots guru [IW]