Tuesday, November 7, 2023
Lunar 25th Day.
Dakini Tsog (Tsok) is always offered and celebrated on the 25th day of each lunar month in Vajrayana Buddhist traditions, celebrating the feminine energy of wisdom, and is a commitment for Highest Yoga Tantra practitioners — especially sacred for practitioners of Vajrayogini or Chittamani Tara. Devoted Buddhists will celebrate with a Tsok (Tsog), a feast including food, singing, a group (or single) sadhana full of sound and celebration.
- In the feature image is Simhamukha, Lion-Faced Dakini. For a feature on the fierce and wrathful Wisdom Dakini, see>>
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Dakini Tsog, especially, celebrates Vajrayogini, the Sarva Dakini and Chittamani Tara (Highest Yoga Tantra aspect of Mother Tara) and the Wisdom Dakinis. The Tsog feast sadhanas for Vajrayogini is contained in the Vajrayogini Sadhanas and the Tsog feast sadhanas for Chittamani Tara are found in Her Sadhanas. Honoring one is the same as honoring both, as they are all emanations of Tara and the Wisdom of all the Buddhas.
- Feature on Vajrayogini>>
- Feature on Chittamani Tara (“Mind Jewel Tara”)>>
- Feature on the Five Wisdom Daknis>>
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