- rdo rje'i lus; sku rdo rje;
- rdo rje'i gsung; gsung rdo rje
- thugs rdo rje;
The body (sku), voice (gsung), mind (thugs), qualities (yon tan) and activities (phrin las) represent the five fundamental aspects of an enlightened being.
* mind emanation: thugs kyi sprul-sku * speech emanation: gsung gi sprul-sku * body emanation: sku yi sprul-sku * qualities emanation: * activities emanation: phrin las gar ?
Lus is the ordinary body and sku something like enlightened body. Is this right? -- 22.214.171.124 (talk) 20:15, 10 February 2009 (UTC) http://www.dharma-media.org/ratnashripj/teacher_palme_quality.html http://firstname.lastname@example.org/msg19343.html (see number 1 - 6). -- 126.96.36.199 (talk) 20:15, 10 February 2009 (UTC)
Lama Dechen Yeshe Wangmo (http://www.yeshewangmo.net/) once wrote that there is a "divine wisdom body" called Lha sKu. Here it is explained . "lha sku = sacred images (of deities); divine form". Nothing about wisdom, though.
-  sku'i dkyil 'khor - mandala of buddha-body GD [IW]
see lus, see sku.
Nitartha  says for ye shes kyi sku:
ye shes kyi sku
timeless awareness embodiment [RB]
ye shes kyi sku - wisdom form [IW]
ye shes kyi sku - wisdom body, wisdom form, pristine awareness embodiment; Jnanakaya [ry]
ye shes kyi sku - jnanakaya, Wisdom Body [JV]
I guess there must be a relation between the three Vajra Bodies and the one wisdombodhi. Somebody must have uttered a word or two.
-  see "The Five Koshas and Three Bodies "
- Tara, the Savioress
- Theosophy in Tibet: The Teachings of the Jonangpa School
- The Five Buddha Families
Titel of the short text in actual link no. 9 is Die Vereinigung von Sonne und Mond durch das Yantra des Vajra-Körpers
Does this Religious symbolism of unity of opposites belong here, too? I feel it does, argument still lacking though.
Is there a wikisite -a lemma- named Vajra Guru? I would like to know why Padmasambhava has been named like this? Has he been -still is- the only one?
There is the term Vajra Dakini as you know. Vajra Guru and Vajradakini should be befriended gotra, no?
Have not read it yet.
numbers I've just read that there are people talking about "the four vajra syllables of body, speech, mind and wisdom"; it was a site about Kalachakra Ritual in 1999 in Austria.
As a form of the Three Jewels statement
Quoted from "The Tibetan Book of the Dead (The Great Book of Natural Liberation Through Understanding in the Between)", translated by Robert A.F. Thurman.
OM AH HUM - These three invoke the body, speech, and mind of all Buddhas, resonating with the Emanation, Beatific, and Truth bodies of the Buddhas, and containing the totality of enlightened presence.
This would imply the statement "as a form of the Three Jewels" is technically (though harmlessly) incorrect. I have not corrected the entry, pending discussion. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 00:01, 21 April 2011 (UTC)