The DAKINI scriptures are sacred...and are deliberately kept secret. When you understand the deepness of it, through your own inner knowledge and attain the wisdom. The power is so needs to stay unknown by some, as power in the wrong hands. Is dangerous.

The skulls around the neck are symbolizing many lives. Reincarnation of the goddesses. Severed head is about opening the consciousness more, leaving the old head as it were, behind.

The dakini cannot be seen, contacted, or recognized. When this happens, the potency of the moment is lost, and the realization fails.

The dakini as a symbol in Tibetan Buddhism

Western interpretations have failed to resolve the many contradictory manifestations of the dakini. The problems of interpretation are obvious when we examine the use of the term dakini in Tibetan Buddhism. In sacred biographies she is described in a personified way, as an unpredictable, semi-angry, dancing female spirit, appearing in visions, dreams, or in the daily lives of yogis and yoginis. Her behavior varies in various contexts: she can be playful and nurturing, or sharp and angry, especially when protecting the integrity of the tantric transmission. It also keeps the most private details of the practice, so that only those with the purest motivation can penetrate its essence. It is said that without the blessing of the dakini, the fruit of vajrayana practice is inaccessible.

It is important to note that the word dakini is also used in non-personified senses, especially in meditation and ritual literature.

The Warm Breath of the Dakini the mind and, therefore, its power is intimately associated with the realization’s depths of vajrayana meditation. In this, its most essential aspect, it is

calls the formless wisdom nature of mind itself. On an inner ritual level, he is a meditation deity, visualized as the personification of the qualities of buddhahood. On a level outside the subtle body, it is the energetic network of the mind embodied in the subtle channels and the life breath of tantric yoga. She is also spoken of as a living woman: she can be a guru on a throne in brocade, a yogini meditating in a remote cave, a powerful meditation teacher, or a guru's consort teaching directly through the example of her life. Finally, all women are perceived as manifestation of the dakini.

The most appropriate methods for interpreting the dakini place her squarely within this larger Tibetan vajrayana context of meditation and symbol. There, the dakini functions as a complex but unified religious symbol.

of meditative realization, whether personified or not. The methods required to interpret their meaning are associated with the interpretation of the symbols. In a tantric universe full of symbols, we could say that the dakini is the

symbol par excellence; and being symbolic in a pre-eminent, constitutive and

inherent, the dakini always remains as a symbol within the "world

Tibetan symbolic. As such, "she" always serves only to represent and

suggest—even to the Tantric adept—other and deeper non-discursive experiential meanings.