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观音-大悲胜海红观音(敏珠林寺传承)-3位

Red Avalokiteshvara, Ocean of Conquerors (Tibetan: chen re zi gyal wa gya tso. Sanskrit: Jinasagara Avalokiteshvara): from the Minling De Kun cycle of teachings belonging to the 'Revealed Treasures' of the Mindroling Monastery of the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism (see Initiation Card Set).

This meditational practice in its earliest form is said to have come down through the Indian lineage of the female Tantric practitioner Siddharajnyi (Drupa'i Gyalmo) - pictured at the top right side - white in colour, holding a damaru drum upraised in the right hand and a skullcup in the left. 

The lineage of the Five Deity Jinasagara, an earlier form of the practice popular in the Karma Kagyu Tradition, dates to the time of the 2nd Karmapa Karma Pakshi and lists the teachers as: Dharmakaya Amitabha, Sambhogakaya Avalokiteshvara, Nirmanakaya Padmasambhava, Machig Drupa'i Gyalmo (Siddhirajni), Tebu Drime Shenyen, Rechung Dorje Drag, Lama Zangri Repa, Drogon Repa Chenpo, Gyalse Punya Vajra, Drupchen Karma Pakshi - the 2nd Karmapa, etc.

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