Vajrayogini | Buddhism Statue | The Dakini Of All Buddhas

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The Dakini Of All Buddhas, Vajrayogini Buddhism Statue

The Buddhism statue of Vajrayogini's face is gazed up. However, this is just artistic.
The Dakini of all Buddhas has a happy expression because she is free of emotional suffering and the effects of bad karma. She has a little wrathful expression because she absorbs our rage. Her iconography depicts the Three Principal Aspects of the Paths (renunciation, Bodhicitta, and Emptiness), critical for success in Buddhist meditation, particularly Tantric practice.
Vajrayogini's body is entirely nude, and she is posing in an unmodest manner. This is because desire and lust have become extremely powerful during this degraded period. People engage in a variety of undesirable behaviors as a result of their passion, and

Because she is an enlightened entity, seeing her divine appearance sets seed in our minds to emulate her attributes. We create the reason others are associated with Vajrayogini when we promote her image by making or funding her sculptures and thangkas.
Size: 8.7"/22cm (Height) x 8.7"/22cm (Base)
Weight: 1.066 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings