Vajrasattva in Consort Tibetan Greeting Card
Vajrasattva Tibetan Buddhist Greeting Cards : These colorful greeting cards feature images from Tibetan Buddhism, in particular the major deities found in Mahayana Buddhism in Tibet and Nepal. Each card explains the meaning of the deity depicted on the card, but the inside is blank so you can compose the perfect note to a loved one or friend.
Vajrasattva in Consort is the essence of cosmic consciousness, emptiness and bliss. This image of Vajrasattva represnts the Buddha as cosmic consciousness prior to division into the manifestations that appear to living beings. Vajrasattva is the archetype of the adamantine path of Tantric Yoga.
Here Vajrasattva is represented in embrace with his feminine self. It is the union of the female principle of wisdom (represented by the bell in the left hand) and the male principle of compassion (represented by the Vajra held in the right hand), which leads to harmony and wholeness
5 Inches by 7 Inches, Includes Envelope, Recycled Paper, Soy-based inks.