Amoghasiddhi is one of the Five Wisdom Buddhas of the Tibetan Vajrayana tradition of Buddhism. They are considered to have originated from Vajrasattva, the Buddha of purification. He belongs to the family of Karma whose family symbol is the thunderbolt or double vajra.
His Abhaya Mudra, is the gesture of reassurance and safety, generates fearlessness.
He is linked with the accomplishment of the Buddhist dharma and of the destruction of the poison of envy. In addition, Amoghasiddhi Buddha is linked with energy and known as the Lord of Karma and the Buddha of unfailing accomplishment.
His name literally translates as: amogha (infallible) and siddhi (success). His consort is Goddess Tara, meaning Noble Deliverer or Noble Star and his mounts are garudas. The Garuda mount feeds on snakes and has an impeccable strength in vision to sense the serpent-like negative delusions that torment our mortal frames.
He is usually colored green (this color is calming, it is soothing to anxiety) in artwork and is associated with the air or wind element. His season is autumn and his heavenly quarter is the north side Buddha-kṣetra called Prakuta.
At the right and left sides are 10 Bodhisattva figures in varying colors. Eight are kneeling and 2 standing. Each is attired in the jewels and garb of a peaceful deity.
Chanting this potent mantra is said to help relinquish envy, reveal wisdom of accomplishment and calm fear and anxiety.
Aditionally, the mantra reverses the negative failing of envy into the positive wisdom of accomplishment.
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