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The '''lotus family''' (Skt. ''padmakula''; [[Wyl.]] ''pad ma'i rigs'') is one of the [[five buddha families]] and is linked to the transmutation of [[desire]] or attachment. It is the family to which [[Amitabha]], [[Avalokiteshvara]] and [[Guru Padmasambhava]] belong. It is also the buddha family with which [[human beings]] are associated.
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The '''lotus family''' (Skt. ''padmakula''; Tib. པད་མའི་རིགས་, Wyl. ''pad ma'i rigs'') is one of the [[five buddha families]] and is linked to the transmutation of [[desire]] or attachment. It is the family to which [[Amitabha]], [[Avalokiteshvara]] and [[Guru Padmasambhava]] belong. It is also the buddha family with which [[human beings]] are associated.
  
 
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Revision as of 20:18, 17 March 2017

The lotus family (Skt. padmakula; Tib. པད་མའི་རིགས་, Wyl. pad ma'i rigs) is one of the five buddha families and is linked to the transmutation of desire or attachment. It is the family to which Amitabha, Avalokiteshvara and Guru Padmasambhava belong. It is also the buddha family with which human beings are associated.