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- the husband or wife of a reigning monarch
keep company with; hang out with; "He associates with strange people"; "She affiliates with her colleagues"
choir: a family of similar musical instrument playing together
A ship sailing in company with another
A wife, husband, or companion, in particular the spouse of a reigning monarch
- pedestal: an architectural support or base (as for a column or statue)
- A heavy base supporting a statue or vase
- The lower square slab at the base of a column
- In architecture, a plinth is the base or platform upon which a column, pedestal, statue, monument or structure rests. Gottfried Semper's The Four Elements of Architecture (1851) posited that the plinth, the hearth, the roof, and the wall make up all of architectural theory.
- The Ancient Egyptian Plinth-(shaped) hieroglyph is Gardiner sign listed no. Aa15 for the shape of a plinth, side view.
- A conductor used for indirect heating of the cathode of a thermionic tube
- device that heats water or supplies warmth to a room
- fastball: (baseball) a pitch thrown with maximum velocity; "he swung late on the fastball"; "he showed batters nothing but smoke"
- A heater is object that emits heat or causes another body to achieve a higher temperature. In a household or domestic setting, heaters are usually appliances whose purpose is to generate heating (i.e. warmth). Heaters exists for all states of matter, including solids, liquids and gases.
- A fastball
- A person or thing that heats, in particular a device for warming the air or water
Vajrasattva and Consort
Vajrasattva is the esoteric Buddhist name of the bodhisattva Samantabhadra. In esoteric Vajrayana Buddhism, many Buddhist figures assume different identities to signify their esoteric, as opposed to exoteric, form. Vajrasattva is an important figure in two esoteric Buddhist sutras, the Mahavairocana Sutra and the Vajrasekhara Sutra. In both sutras, Vajrasattva plays the role of the student, who learns the Dharma from Mahavairocana Buddha, and is taught the esoteric rituals to help actualize the Dharma.
In esoteric Buddhist rituals, the initiate re-enacts the role of Vajrasattva and recites mantra and dialogue from the sutras, while the teacher enacts the role of Mahavairocana Buddha bestowing wisdom.
Vajrasattva (Vajra Hero, Tib. dorje sempa) "Dorsem" is the buddha of purification. As the "action" or karma protector, he also manifests the energies of all Buddhas.
Kagyu tantric practitioners focus upon Vajrasattva, in the form as 'Solitary Universal Ruler.' Here the deity is an aspect of buddha Vajradhara. The lions that appear in some representations at the base of the deity's seat show he shares the essential nature of Shakyamuni buddha.
According to Ven. Bardor Tulku, Mahapandita Naropa was an embodiment of Vajrasattva.
Vajrasattva (Japanese: Kongosatta) is white, with one face and two hands and resembles a youth of 16. Half of his long wavy black hair is gathered on top of his head, the rest curls down his back and around his shoulders. He is seated on a moon disc on a white lotus with his torso gracefully curved to our left in the dancer's pose. His legs are crossed in the vajra position. In his right hand he holds a gold vajra to his heart and in his left, at his hip he holds a silent, ie. upturned, bell. He is lavishly dressed in fine green and red silk garments and is richly adorned with gold and jewels as befits a prince -- with crown, hair ornaments, earrings, bracelets, 3 necklaces, anklets, etc.
His face is gentle, and luminescent. The whole radiates as a rainbow.
With consort, Vajragharvi (Tib. Yum Dorje Nyemma Karmo) 19th-century Nyingma.
100-Syllable Mantra of Vajrasattva
Nam Cho Version
Om Benza Sato Samaya, Manu Palaya
Benza Sato Tei No Pa, Tisthira Dridho Me Bawa
Suto Khayo Mei Ba Wa, Anu Rakto Me Ba Wa, Su Po Khayo Mei Ba Wa
Sar Wa Siddhi Mei Pra Yatsa, Sarwa Karma Sutsa Me,
Tsi Tam Shri Yam Kuru Hung, Ha Ha Ha Ha Ho Bagawan
Sarwa Tathagata Hri Daya, Benza Ma Mei Muntsa
Benzi Bhawa Maha Samaya Sato Ah
As with any mantra there are many levels to the meaning of the 100 Syllable Mantra.
As a result, one should not become fixated upon any one translation of the mantra. For example,
each of the syllables in the 100-Syllable Mantra also represents the One Hundred Peaceful
and Wrathful Deities resident in one's own body and encountered in the Bardo State after death.
By practicing with an open mind, the deeper levels of the mantra will be revealed.
The approximate meaning of the mantra: You, Vajrasattva, have generated the holy mind
(bodhicitta) according to your pledge (samaya). Your holy mind is enriched with the simultaneous holy
actions of releasing transmigratory beings from samsara (the circling, suffering aggregates). Whatever
happens in my life-happiness or suffering, good or bad-with a pleased, holy mind, never give up but
please guide me. Please stabilize all happiness, including the happiness of the upper realms, actualize
all actions and sublime and common realizations, and please make the glory of the five wisdoms abide in my heart.
Consort: Red and White
I'm in the process of closing down my old Chameleon's Cabinet website. This is one of the "Chameleon's Consort" images featuring my better half, Charles.
The images in this design were made one New Year's Day, oh, sometime back in the last century, when Charles agreed to submit to paintbrush and camera.
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