By Herbert V. Guenther
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There is nothing everlasting and the fact that life continues does not prove that there must be some determinate factor which will continue unchanged. This continual pleasure-hunting can be justified by two empirical facts: transitoriness through death and the misery of unhappy states. Tran sitoriness we can observe everywhere ; in the change of seasons, in the fleeting hours of day and night, in the passing away of those who are dear to us . . All this has an immediate effect on us. None of us can avoid death, which may strike at any moment.
They come into being and work during one's spiritual development and it is through them that we become aware of our transcendence and limitation. And since this awareness is so important for man's life, Tantrism teaches man how to find access to this experience again. All this shows that there is nothing theistic or polytheistic in Buddhism. C. Northrop 1 has shown, ((the thesis that the divine is identified with an immortal, non-transitory factor in the nature of things, which is determinate in character.
This symbol is not found in any Father-Tantra. It indicates the unity of bliss and no-thing-ness as discussed in the Cakrasamvaratantra. " (rv) His fourth specific feature is that he holds a fire-pot, raises a threatening finger, and carries a man impaled on a stake. These three symbols are not found in any other Tantra. '' The fire-pot is the symbol of his superior discrimination and under standing. "The threatening finger orders the gods of this world and the ones beyond to listen to him and it means that the ultimate essence of both the Father-and Mother-Tantras is with him.
Tibetan Buddhism Without Mystification by Herbert V. Guenther