Dorje Phurba is also known as Vajrakilaya. Dorje Phurwa (Vajrakilaya) is mostly depicted with his consort Dorje Phagmo (Vajravarahi). Dorje Phurba which means “Thunderbolt Nail” obliterates the minions of aggression by plunging the self-existent dagger of non-duality into the heart of hatred wherever it hides and whomever hides within themselves. Within the space of his Vajra – destructiveness, dualised beings are unable to cling to callous imperatives.
Dorje Phurba (Vajrakilaya) wears the six human bone cemetery ornaments resplendent with thunderbolt nails, in display of his mastery of the six classes of the Vajrayana. The Kriya Tantra nails overpower the anger of puritanical pretence. The Upa Tantra nails overpower the anger of petulant propriety. The Yoga Tantra nails overpower the anger of pretended Buddha karma of pacification. The Mahayoga nails overpower the anger of the pretended Buddha karma of enrichment. The Anuyoga nails overpower the anger of the pretended Buddha karma of magnetising. The Atiyoga nails overpower the anger of the pretended Buddha karma of destruction.
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