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'''Three neighs of the horse''' (Tib. རྟ་མགྲིན་གྱི་རྟ་སྐད་ཐེངས་གསུམ་, ''tamdrin gyi také teng sum'', Wyl. ''rta mgrin gyi rta skad thengs gsum'') is the [[mandala]] practice associated with [[Hayagriva]] or Lotus Speech. From Hayagriva's point of view the universe is gullible and the horse's neigh is to awaken and provoking gullible beings.
 
'''Three neighs of the horse''' (Tib. རྟ་མགྲིན་གྱི་རྟ་སྐད་ཐེངས་གསུམ་, ''tamdrin gyi také teng sum'', Wyl. ''rta mgrin gyi rta skad thengs gsum'') is the [[mandala]] practice associated with [[Hayagriva]] or Lotus Speech. From Hayagriva's point of view the universe is gullible and the horse's neigh is to awaken and provoking gullible beings.
  

Latest revision as of 22:13, 25 November 2017

Hayagriva

Three neighs of the horse (Tib. རྟ་མགྲིན་གྱི་རྟ་སྐད་ཐེངས་གསུམ་, tamdrin gyi také teng sum, Wyl. rta mgrin gyi rta skad thengs gsum) is the mandala practice associated with Hayagriva or Lotus Speech. From Hayagriva's point of view the universe is gullible and the horse's neigh is to awaken and provoking gullible beings.

The three neighs are waking the world to the fact that Samsara and Nirvana are non-originated, offering the whole world and demanding obedience.

Further Reading

  • Chogyam Trungpa, The Tantric Path of Indestructible Wakefulness (volume 3), Shambhala, 2013, ISBN 978-1590308042