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*Kyabjé [[Dudjom Rinpoche]], Laugeral, Dordogne, August 1982
 
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*[[Yangthang Rinpoche]], [[Lerab Ling]], 8th August 2012
 
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*[http://www.himalayanart.org/pages/simhamukha/index.html Outline page at Himalayan Art]
 
*[http://www.himalayanart.org/pages/simhamukha/index.html Outline page at Himalayan Art]
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Latest revision as of 11:57, 19 December 2018

Simhamukha

Senge Dongma (Tib. སེང་གེ་གདོང་མ་, Wyl. seng ge gdong ma; Skt. Siṃhamukhā[1] or Siṃhavaktrā[2]) — the lion-faced dakini. In the Nyingma terma tradition, she is considered as one of the many forms of Padmasambhava, specifically a secret form of Guru Rinpoche manifested to avert spiritual obstacles and negativity.

In the Sarma traditions she arises out of the Chakrasamvara cycle of tantras and belongs to the Anuttarayoga 'wisdom' classification.[3]

Empowerments Given to the Rigpa Sangha

Notes

  1. Sometimes rendered as: Singhamukha.
  2. Philippe Cornu, Dictionnaire Encyclopédique du Bouddhisme, p. 534.
  3. http://www.himalayanart.org

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