Slide 1

No. 1
Question to HH (19/11-2020):
Is “།གསང་སྔགས་མཛོད་འཆང་ཡྱེ་ཤྱེས་མཁའ་འགྡོ་མ། །” human
mahasiddhi or dakini
Answer from HH (19/11-2020):
It’s dakini who takes care of
all Tantras at Udiyana cave .
Question to HH (19/11-2020): Is Vajra
Garbha [རྒྱལ་བའི་སྲས་པྡོ་རྡོ་རྱེ་སིང་པྡོའི་ཞབས།] a human
mahasiddha ??? … or a Maha
Bodhisattva included in Tantra [who
get teachings direct from Baghawan]
??? Does Vajra Garbha [རྡོ་རྱེ་སིང་པྡོ་] get
teaching from “།གསང་སྔགས་མཛོད་འཆང་ཡྱེ་ཤྱེས་མཁའ་
འགྡོ་མ། །” ??? and how??? where???
Answer from His Holiness (19/11-2020):
Dorje Nyingpo received from Buddha.
Vajra dakini is holder of Tantra.
We bow and pray. Please bless“To all of you, we addressDorje Chang, the embodiment of the inconceivable compassion [a compassion, which
arises for all beings still bound by worldly concerns and obstacles.]
Bhagavan: The heart of the Body, Speech and Mind of all the Buddhas is the Noble Lord, who is
the most secret of all secrets. O Vajragarbha, thou great Bodhisattva of great mercy, listen to
the essence of Vajrasattva, Mahasattva and Samayasattva which is known as Hevajra.
Vajra is said to be the indivisible, and Sattva the unity of three Centres. By this kind of wise
reasoning Vajrasattva, the Adamantine Being, is so called.
Mahasattva is so called because of being full of the flavours of Great Knowledge.
Samayasattva is so called because of being uninterruptedly active at all times.

Slide 2

No. 2
གསང་སྔགས་མཛོད་འཆང་ཡྱེ ་ཤྱེས་མཁའ་འགྡོ་མ།
“Wisdom Dakini, holder of the Treasure of the Secret Mantra.”
The Dakini from Uddiyana, endowed with Human Bone Ornaments, holding the
Hevajra Tummo lineage, transmitting the mother lineage, passing it down to the
Kagyu lineage. Of the four streams (bka’ babs bzhi), the fourth was transmitted from
Dakini Kalpabhadrī (mkha gro bskal pa bzang mo) and includes the tantra known as
Hevajra and the practice called Tummo.
Appearing as one, or being one of many, i.e. Sukkhasiddhī, also known as Kalpabhadrī
– a yoginī of the charnel ground of Sosadvīpa (so sa gling). Or is it one Dakini,
manifesting in many forms? And sometime of different names, like ‘Cluster of Banana
Trees’ (chu shing gi nye ma can) or ‘Endowed with Bone Ornaments’ (rus pa’i rgyan
can), or ‘Endowed with Human Bone Ornaments’ (mi rus pa’i rgyan can). ‘Endowed
with Human Bone Ornaments’ is also sometimes considered “Nāropa’s wife Niguma”,
or as “Nāropa’s sister”, or manifesting as Mandarava for Padmasambhava, ‘Endowed
with Human Bone Ornaments’ for Marpa, Niguma for Khyung po rnal ’byor and Queen
of Siddhis (grub pa’i rgyal mo) for Rechung pa. To the Wisdom Dakini we pray.