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The '''Lord of the Dance''' (Tib. གར་གྱི་དབང་ཕྱུག་, Tib. གར་གྱི་དབང་ཕྱུག, ''gar gyi wangchuk'', [[Wyl.]] ''gar gyi dbang phyug'') is a name of [[Avalokiteshvara]].  
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The '''Lord of the Dance''' (Tib. གར་གྱི་དབང་ཕྱུག, ''Gargyi Wangchuk'', [[Wyl.]] ''gar gyi dbang phyug'') is a name of [[Avalokiteshvara]].  
  
'''The Lord of the Dance in the Chime Phakme Nyingtik'''
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==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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In the [[Chime Phakme Nyingtik]] sadhana, 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==
== Internal Links ==
 
 
*[[Magical Noose: a nine deity profound sadhana of the Lord of the Dance]]
 
*[[Magical Noose: a nine deity profound sadhana of the Lord of the Dance]]
*[[Chime Phakme Nyingtik]]
 
  
 
[[Category: Buddhas and Deities]]
 
[[Category: Buddhas and Deities]]

Latest revision as of 09:37, 21 June 2019

The Lord of the Dance (Tib. གར་གྱི་དབང་ཕྱུག, Gargyi Wangchuk, Wyl. gar gyi dbang phyug) is a name of Avalokiteshvara.

In the Chime Phakme Nyingtik

In the Chime Phakme Nyingtik sadhana, 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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