Three Vajras

Eight Worldly Dharmas

A life, pursued by fears and  followed by pleasures, brings some suffering and it is called as Samsara. If the mind does not free from this race, he has been bound by the worldly Dharmas, like hands and feet of a slave are chained. Recognition of this fact is recognition Buddha Shakyamuni¢s First Noble Truth. How can the mind be freed from the worldly Dharmas? What kind of thought building can give an adequate answer as to stay at the point of rest between the pairs of desires and fears?…read more

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Lesson 12 – The stomach

The stomach in our body occupies a central position and is not accidental, because a nutritious essence is formed in it.  He takes food, splits it with juices of the pancreas and, further, in the duodenum, with the help of bile.  (Therefore, in the broad sense, the duodenum is called the lower stomach). The stomach is the brain of our torso, giving commands to all other organs for the timely supply of a substance. So  many different foods gets to the stomach & each must exactly pick the right substance…read more

Lesson 11 – The thin intestines and irregular yantra (An Irregular yantra is yantra too)

The thin intestines is located around the navel in the abdomen.   Absorption to the blood the nutrients from gastric digestion occurs in the thin intestines. This is the longest organ of all existing (6-7 m.). There is no exact location in the cavity of the abdomen for its parts, and for each creature it fits in its own way like a coiled serpent.  The walls of the intestinal hose are covered with a multitude of tube-sticks, through which the absorption of nutrients takes place. Therefore, its cross sectionis the main form of the intestine, which has the structure of the blobs. …read more

Lesson 10 – The Gallbladder

From the previous lessons, we have acquired that figures in yantras are not formed incidentally.  The circle characterizes mobility, the square characterizes fixidity and stability, and the triangle characterizes the process ofdirection. But, sometimes, the structure of the object of concentration does not fit into the right figures with a single center of symmetry in all directions, and then modifications appear.  In this lesson we consider the gallbladder in  yantra* language, as an example of changing the proper forms. The gallbladder is a follicle in which bile is temporarily stored….read more

Lesson 9 – Kidneys – keepers of vitality

What are the kidneys? Let’s take advantage of verbal association.  Where else do we meet the word «kidney»?  Oh, these are the very buds that are born on the branches of trees and something germinates from them in spring or at another favorable time. Something  germinates, blossoms,develops. The structure of the kidney is similar to a seed, which contains the entire future arsenal of viability of escape.  Thus  we also consider human kidneys, which first begin the progress in a human germ. All begins with one kidney, which is rooted in a…read more

Lesson 8 – The Spleen in yantrа

In  figurative concept, the spleen is a millstone  grinding the mind’s structures into a flour fora physical embodiment.  On the one hand, it is a process of destruction, similar to the grinding of wheat grains ripened on the ear. It destroys the possibility of an infinite repetition of the sense of «me», transforming it into a plastic clay of mindfulness, suitable for creativity.  This creative work of the spleen builds palaces of existence or vessels for the embodiment. The square of a spleen is majestic like the royal palace strengthened…read more

Lesson 7 – Square and divine palace

The square and rectangles are stable, counterbalancing and accumulating figures of yantra.  These qualities  give the square such a wide range of applications in our daily life.  The majority of designs are based on the geometry of  a square: houses, land breakdown, storage boxes, furniture … These  are elements of our outer mandala, which are the material embodiment of the inclinations of our mind.  What is  in our corporeal world shows memory structure for healthy existence  and mental forces? Among the internal organs of the human body, it is, first…read more

Lesson 6 – Lotus and star in yantra

Lotus is a cordial figure, though and not always reflect the heart in yantra.  However heart supports work of its all parts and bodies in our body. The blood system is inseparable from heart and bears in itself all cordial potential. That heart could perform such complex work, namely support blood circulation in all things an organism, it should possess qualities of unusual softness, endurance and force. Why do we symbolize the cardiovascular system as a lotus? The analogy of symbolism both is simple, and deeper at the same time….read more

Lesson 5 – The art of concentration

In the previous lessons, we considered bases of true understanding of the goal in the contemplation of yantra.  The next lesson contains the beginnings of the art of concentration.  The first principle of concentration is that all geometric forms of yantra (simple or complex) must be based on images that have their source of the form of the gross and vaporous bodies of man. The useless path works with the yantra, we try to use only the beauty and persuasiveness of the geometric form itself: a circle, a triangle, a square, etc….read more

Lesson 4 – Drops that break through the stone

A drop of rain falling on the surface of the pond is the main image of this lesson on the yantra.  The way the drop falls on the surface of the reservoir illustrates the birth of yantra.  Let‘s see how this happens. The drop got a spill on the calm surface of the water and created waves in the form of divergent circles.  These circles, depending on the structure of the banks or obstacles in the form of stones and floating objects, change their form.  The  yantra has been emerged. The attention comes into contact with the phenomena…read more

Lesson 3 – Yantra – Chariot of The Mind

Let’s talk about the Yantra as a chariot of the mind, moving mentally to the battlefield of Kurukshetra, where archer Arjuna appears with the charioteer Krishna. Krishna is a paragon of the ideal Teacher and a close relative the both warring parties, gathered to fight each other for destruction.  On the one hand – the Pandavas, on the other hand – the Kauravas. The Kauravas who are under the leadership of  Duryodhana – materialists , and they  try to increase their prosperity  by any means and embody the tendency of destruction…read more

Lesson 2 – Overcoming dazzle with one’s own light

In the first lesson about the Yantra we have considered how to calm your mind reacting to external pathogens. The latter was presented as the roar and dust of passing the king’s chariots in the story about the contemplative calm. The second lesson – Overcoming dazzle with one’s own light is a practice that develops inner Sabbath. A calm, uninvolved reaction to external stimuli allows the yogi to retain the vitality that is usually wasted to the involvement. However, in process of “releasing” external irritants, the internal “rattling chariot” of…read more

Lesson 1 – Yantra and Samadhi

Once, one of the disciples of the Buddha was sitting and meditating near the road.  A lot of royal chariots raced past him, which raised dust and making an incredible noise, but the yogi continued to remain in an unruffled concentration.  The king was very surprised seeing such a reaction.  He ordered to stop his chariot, descended from it and, going up to the yogi, bowed and asked: “How did it happen that we, driving through, made so much noise, and you remained sitting motionless, as if nothing had happened?”…read more

Thusness

What is Thusness? Are we always able to perceive things just as they are? If we speak of Thusness just as it is than logically the question arises what is wrong in perception as it is. Let’s try to understand it. Thusness is release of the stream of Karma, which is possible thanks to performed accumulations. Thusness becomes visible through the entry into the stream of Karma, at that stage when our accumulation of virtue and wisdom allow us to remain in a free and unstressed state of mind. This…read more

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Yantra

Yantra mandala Can any ornament be called yantra?  And is there any special difference between yantra and conventional schematic decoration?  Let’s figure it out.  The syllable YaN – comes from the root of Yam (Sanskrit), meaning “to support”, the syllable TRA (Sanskrit) means “connection”. Yantra is the visual form of the mantra.  This can be compared to an abstract painting painted in canvas and illustrating the poem.  Finished yantra is a visual tool for focusing attention.  It connects our entangled consciousness to the consciousness of the Divine with its structure…read more

Sadhana of Zombidakini

By Vladimir Pyatsky Translation by: Helga Ivars Anderes Von Krauzinsh Ocean, surpassing the forms of the Pure Consciousness, Indifferent to bliss and suffering, Containing the experiences of clarity, bliss and silence of the mind! I have nothing to tell You, For I cannot labor under delusion about You any longer, As I am – Your speech. I cannot worship You And cannot avoid You, As I am -Your sight. I cannot meet You And cannot part with You As I am – Your heart. Such is the practice of Zombi…read more

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Immeasurable Feelings

Author: Vladimir Pyatsky Translated by: Helga Ivars Anderes Von Krauzinsh 1. Winds Winds set in motion waters, Waters nourish life and devour it. That is why winds all that govern, What, moving in the wheel of samsara, To happiness strives, but gains hardship. There are ill winds and winds of happiness. In beings, among themselves, they throw dices. Rushes the mind, not knowing the fate. On thousand things beings their hopes lay, Only to find security for themselves. To thousand things the mind resorts, To requests & to tricks, to…read more

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