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Padma Sambhav was a renowned and highly learned tantri saint os Northern India. Padmasambhava was a historical teacher, who is said to have finally converted Tibet to Buddhism. Padma Sambhav was a renowned scholar, meditator, and magician, and his mantra suggests his rich and diverse nature. In the middle of the eight century the Tibetan King Thi-Sron Detsan sent ot India inviting the learned guru to come to Tibet. Padma Sambhav was renowned for his knowledge of tantras and of their efficacious application. He remained 50 years in tibet foounding monasteries and teacing the tantra doctrine. He is said to have subdued all the malignant gods in the tibet sparing only those that became converted to Buddhism and that promised to be defenders (Dharmapala) of the doctrine. Padma Sambhav in his turn, promised to enroll then in the Mahayana Pantheon. He claimed to have received from the dakini the bools from which he acquired his maraculous power. At the end of fifty years Padma sambhav disappeared miraculously.

Padma sambhav is represented seated on a lotus asana with the legs locked, the right hand holding the vajra and the left, lying in his lap, the patra. He holds his special symbol, the khatvana pressed against his breast with the left arm.

Padma Sambhav Mantra: Om Aah Hum Vajra Guru Padma Siddhi Hum

Om Ah Hum, as we've seen, have no conceptual meaning. Often they're associated with body, speech, and mind respectively (i.e. the whole of one's being. So there's a suggestion that we are saluting the qualities that Padmasambhava represents with all of our hearts (and minds, and bodies). Vajra means thunderbolt, and represents the energy of the enlightened mind. Guru, of course, means a wise teacher. Padma means lotus, calling to mind the loving and compassionate nature of enlightenment. And Siddhi means accomplishment or supernatural powers, suggesting the way in which those who are enlightened can act wisely, but in ways that we can't necessarily understand.

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