The twelve – armed and three – headed Heruka Chakrasamvara, embraced and in sexual union by his female consort, the red Vajravarahi. Heruka Chakrasamvara wears a tiger skin, standing in the midst of wisdom flames, and tramples on two corpses. In his hands Heruka Chakrasamvara holds various attributes, symbolizing his magical perfections. His main two arms hold Vajra and Ghanta, demonstrating, that Heruka Chakrasamvara has overcome duality. As an emanation of the Buddha Akshobhya family, the deity transforms hate energy into enlightening wisdom. There exist various forms of this deity, like the popular two – armed emanation as seen at the background. - Heruka Chakrasamvara was the main deity of Lama Thubten Yeshe.
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