Vajrayana Buddhism

The Vajrayana, or Adamantine Vehicle, has been described by the late Namgyal Rinpoche as "the best collection of archetypes available to us in our time." According to John Blofeld it is a highly practical form of tantric mysticism offering precise techniques for attaining that wisdom whereby one's ego is transcended and one enters upon the bliss of one's own divinity. It was originally developed in India over 1000 years ago, handed down from teacher to disciple and carefully guarded from outsiders. Vajrayana is the Way of Transformation whereby inward and outward circumstances are transmuted by the consciousness of Buddha mind. The whole of the adept's being, experience and environment must be harnessed to his purpose. Jim McNamara