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At this time we have the great opportunity to practice all the beneficial dharma teachings but it is important to also add the determination to do such practice with a pure body and mind.

If the Mahayana teachings were to disappear from this world, we would not have the opportunity to become Buddhas. Therefore, while we still have access to these precious teachings, we must strive to put them into practice and gain experience in them.

Hayagriva is the wrathful manifestation of Avalokiteshvara, also known as Chenrezig, whose compassion manifests itself as a fierce energy that propels one to overcome internal obstacles and pacify external obstacles. Therefore, Hayagriva provides a means through which a practitioner recognizes his own innate altruistic compassion.

hayagrivaHayagriva has a bright red body and 3 faces, red, green and white. Above his head there are three green horse heads. He has 6 arms holding different implements. In his lower right and left hands he holds sword and lasso respectively. His upper right hand holds a vajra and his upper left hand is in the threatening mudra. His right and left centre hands hold a khatvanga and a spear respectively. Each of his eight legs steps on a snake, showing that his practice grants effective protection against Nagas.

Hayagriva has the special ability to cure diseases in general, and skin diseases in particular, even one as serious as leprosy. He is an effective protection against the Nagas (spirits of water with snake bodies) and counteracts the side effects of black magic and spells. He is especially beneficial to those who suffer from terminal illnesses. His spiritual energy comes in the form of a sound that helps to transform the mind (Mantra)

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