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The '''Lord of the Dance''' ([[Wyl.]] ''gar gyi dbang phyug'') is a name of [[Avalokiteshvara]].  
 
The '''Lord of the Dance''' ([[Wyl.]] ''gar gyi dbang phyug'') is a name of [[Avalokiteshvara]].  
  
===The Lord of the Dance in the Chime Phakme Nyingtik===
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'''The Lord of the Dance in the Chime Phakme Nyingtik'''
 
In the [[Chime Phakme Nyingtik]], the Lord of the Dance is the male consort of [[White Tara Wishfulfilling Wheel]]. Wish-fulfilling Wheel's consort is sometimes said to be the long-life deity [[Amitayus]], sometimes Avalokiteshvara whose name he bears. Amitayus is the [[dharmakaya]] of the [[Lotus family]], and Avalokiteshvara the [[sambhogakaya]] of the Lotus family, so they are not different.  
 
In the [[Chime Phakme Nyingtik]], the Lord of the Dance is the male consort of [[White Tara Wishfulfilling Wheel]]. Wish-fulfilling Wheel's consort is sometimes said to be the long-life deity [[Amitayus]], sometimes Avalokiteshvara whose name he bears. Amitayus is the [[dharmakaya]] of the [[Lotus family]], and Avalokiteshvara the [[sambhogakaya]] of the Lotus family, so they are not different.  
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== Internal Links ==
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*[[Magical Noose: a nine deity profound sadhana of the Lord of the Dance]]
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*[[Chime Phakme Nyingtik]]
  
 
[[Category: Buddhas and Deities]]
 
[[Category: Buddhas and Deities]]

Revision as of 07:24, 14 June 2017

The Lord of the Dance (Wyl. gar gyi dbang phyug) is a name of Avalokiteshvara.

The Lord of the Dance in the Chime Phakme Nyingtik In the Chime Phakme Nyingtik, the Lord of the Dance is the male consort of White Tara Wishfulfilling Wheel. Wish-fulfilling Wheel's consort is sometimes said to be the long-life deity Amitayus, sometimes Avalokiteshvara whose name he bears. Amitayus is the dharmakaya of the Lotus family, and Avalokiteshvara the sambhogakaya of the Lotus family, so they are not different.


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