Tibetan Tantric Dance Pendant
Two skeletal figures dance on the razor's edge of transcendent awareness. Shown here in Sterling Silverwith a 6mm Black Onyx. 1.5" tall x 1" wide.
Symbolism and Meaning of the Tantric Dance
They dance in divine union, naked and fleshless, on the razor’s edge, in that tenuously balanced place between life and death, arising and dissolving moment to moment, in full consciousness and celebration of the beginningless unity of samsara and nirvana, form and emptiness.
Adapted from an 18th Century Tibetan Thangka depicting the yogic union of the deities Samvara and Vajravarahi.
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