Karmapa Tibetan Buddhism

Karmapa Karma Pakshi Thangka


Karma Pakshi, the Second Gyalwa Karmapa (1203-1283 CE), is the reincarnation of the First Gyalwa Karmapa, Düsum Khyenpa (1110-1193).
The meditation practice of Karma Pakshi was envisioned by the Great Tertön Yongle Mingyur Dorje who was a Nyingmapa and famous for revealing very important Terma (gter-ma in Tibetan): treasures that were concealed by Guru Rinpoche for the benefit of future disciples.

Karma Pakshi meditation practice is famous as “Guru Yoga” meditation, which consists of various stages. While practicing Karma Pakshi-Guru Yoga, one imagines that the main deity is indivisible with one’s own Lama, who is the Gyalwa Karmapa in the Karma Kagyü Tradition.

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