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White Tara
Known as the mother of all Buddhas, White Tara represents the nurturing aspect of compassion. White Tara is vigilant in her ability to see all the suffering in the world. She represents purity, wisdom, truth and longevity of life.
 
Lord of Cemetery
The protector deity or supernatural being in Tibetan Buddhism and Vajrayana Buddhism of India. It is formed of two skeletal deities, one male and the other female, both dancing wildly with their limbs intertwined inside a halo of flames representing change.
 

White Tara: symbol of compassion and conquest of fear.

Maitreya Buddha
Maitreya embodies loving-kindness, he shows us how to act to cause peace in our world. Loving-kindness generates peace in you, creating peace in your immediate world and radiates endlessly out into the entire world and the universe. 
 
Green Tara
Goddess of enlightened action, the Green Tara protects and empowers through compassionate and altruistic means. She is a savior that helps her followers overcome obstacles of fear and ignorance.
White Tara
Known as the mother of all Buddhas, White Tara represents the nurturing aspect of compassion. White Tara is vigilant in her ability to see all the suffering in the world. She represents purity, wisdom, truth and longevity of life.
Green Tara
Goddess of enlightened action, the Green Tara protects and empowers through compassionate and altruistic means. She is a savior that helps her followers overcome obstacles of fear and ignorance.
 
Heruka and Consort
Heruka is another of the wrathful dieties. He represents the combination of compassion with skillful means. He is the ultimate embodiment of the selfless mind. 
 
Rahula
Rahula is the son of Buddha and known for his devotion and dedication to learning. He achieved enlightenment through humble mind training and meditation. Rahula represents the overcoming of desire through wisdom.
 
Vajrayogini
Her practice includes methods for preventing ordinary death, intermediate state (bardo) and rebirth (by transforming them into paths to enlightenment), and for transforming all mundane daily experiences into higher spiritual paths.
Vajrayogini
Goddess of the essence of all the Buddhas. Practice of Vajrayogini prevents ordinary death, intermediate state and rebirth by transforming them into path to enlightenment. And transforms all mundane daily experience into higher spiritual paths.
 
Healing Buddha
The supreme healer, Healing Buddha helps sentient beings overcome delusions that underly mental and physical illness. Reflection upon Healing Buddha allows meditators to eliminate ignorance and attachment, while cultivating wisdom, compassion and health.
Healing Buddha
The supreme healer help sentient beings overcome delusions that underly mental and physical illness. Reflection upon Healing Buddha allows meditators to eliminate ignorance and attachment, while cultivating wisdom, compassion and health.
 
Six Armed Mahakala
Mahakala is the protector of all Buddhism. His six arms represent the attainment of the six perfections; generosity, patience, ethical living, joyful effort, concentration and wisdom. 
Six Armed Mahakala
The manifestation of a fierce and powerful emanation of Avalokiteśvara, the bodhisattva of pure compassion.
 
Four Armed Avalokiteshvara
Avaloketishvara (Chenrezig in Tibetan) is the embodiment of compassionate action. His eye of wisdom is always open to all sentient beings, everywhere across all times. He sends his compassion to all of them equally every single moment
Four Armed Avalokiteshvara
Avaloketishvara (Chenrezig in Tibetan) is the embodiment of compassionate action. His eye of wisdom is always open to all sentient beings, everywhere across all times. He sends his compassion to all of them equally every single moment.
 
Avalokiteshvara Mandala
Avalokiteshvara (Chenrezig in Tibetan) is the embodiment of compassionate action. His eye of wisdom is always open to all sentient beings, everywhere across all times. He sends his compassion to all of them equally every single moment.
 
Avalokiteshvara Mandala
Avaloketishvara (Chenrezig in Tibetan) is the embodiment of compassionate action. His eye of wisdom is always open to all sentient beings, everywhere across all times. He sends his compassion to all of them equally every single moment.
Heruka with Consort
Heruka is another of the wrathful dieties. He represents the combination of compassion with skillful means. He is the ultimate embodiment of the selfless mind. 
Heruka
Heruka is another of the wrathful dieties. He represents the combination of compassion with skillful means. He is the ultimate embodiment of the selfless mind. 
 
White Tara
Known as the mother of all Buddhas, White Tara represents the nurturing aspect of compassion. White Tara is vigilant in her ability to see all the suffering in the world. She represents purity, wisdom, truth and longevity of life.
White Tara
Known as the mother of all Buddhas, White Tara represents the nurturing aspect of compassion. White Tara is vigilant in her ability to see all the suffering in the world. She represents purity, wisdom, truth and longevity of life.
 
Green Tara
Goddess of enlightened action, the Green Tara protects and empowers through compassionate and altruistic means. She is a savior that helps her followers overcome obstacles of fear and ignorance.
Green Tara
Goddess of enlightened action, the Green Tara protects and empowers through compassionate and altruistic means. She is a savior that helps her followers overcome obstacles of fear and ignorance.
 
Shantideva
An eight century Indian Buddhist monk and scholar at Nalanda.
Shantideva
An 8th-century Indian Buddhist monk and scholar at Nalanda. He was an adherent of the Madhyamaka philosophy of Nagarjuna.
 
Manjushiri
Manjushri is the embodiement of all the Buddha' wisdom. The word manju means: charming, beautiful, pleasing and Shri means glory, brilliance.
Manjushri
Manjushri is Bodhisatva associated with wisdom in Mahayana Buddhism. 
 
1000 Armed Avalokiteshvara
Avalokiteshvara is a bodhisattva who embodies the compassion of all Buddhas. This bodhisattva is variably depicted and described and is portrayed in different cultures as either female or male.
Thousand Armed Avalokiteshvara
Bodhisattva who embodies the compassion of all Buddhas. This bodhisattva is variably depicted and described and is portrayed in different cultures as either female or male.
 
Hevajra
Supreme being in the state of non duality, and as such he is most often depicted or visualized as union of skillful means and profound cognition.
 
Buddha
Buddha is the primary figure in Buddhism. He is recognized by Buddhists as an enlightened teacher who attained full Buddhahood, and shared his insights to help sentient beings end rebirth and suffering.
Shakyamuni Buddha
Gautama is the primary figure in Buddhism. He is recognized by Buddhists as an enlightened teacher who attained full Buddhahood, and shared his insights to help sentient beings end rebirth and suffering
Buddha
Buddha is the primary figure in Buddhism. He is recognized by Buddhists as an enlightened teacher who attained full Buddhahood, and shared his insights to help sentient beings end rebirth and suffering.
 
Yamantaka Vajrabhairava Mandala
Yamantaka mandala, a cosmic blueprint of the celestial palace of the deity Yamantaka, Conqueror of Death, who is represented at the center by the blue vajra, or thunderbolt.