Yeshe Tsogyal (757–817), was the consort of the great Indian tantric teacher Padmasambhava, the founder-figure of the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. Nyingma tradition considers her equal in realization to Padmasambhava himself. She is variously equated with Vajravarahi, Tārā or Sarasvatī.
Om Ah Hung Benzra Guru
Jnana Sagara Bam Ha Ri
Ni Sa Siddhi Hung
Close your eyes and connect with hey energy. The energy of the great mother.
“The Vajrayana practitioner asks for Yeshe Tsogyal’s blessings in six areas of support. First, she is supplicated so that obstacles in our lives, practice, and minds may be removed or disarmed. She is asked to support the long lives of our teachers, upon whom we rely for instruction, guidance, and blessings. She is asked to mitigate the forces of setting-sun world—both the dark age of “disease, famine and war” and the human karma of struggle that expresses itself as “curses, spells, and sorcery.” She is asked to nurture the blossoming of long life, the glory, and the prajna, or penetrating insight, of all beings. Lastly, she is asked to fulfill the dharmic wishes of all practitioners.”
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