Termo

Tibetano:

མཆོད་པའི་ལྷ་མོ་བརྒྱད་

mchod pa'i lha mo brgyad

Sânscrito:

Português:

Oito Deusas de Oferendas

A Dama do Encanto (sgeg mo ma, Lāsyā), a Dama das Guirlandas (phreng ba ma, Mālā), a deusa do Música (glu ma, Gītā), a Dama da Dança (gar ma, Nṛtyā), a Dama das Flores (me tog ma, Puṣpā), a Dama do Incenso (bdug spos ma, Dhūpā), a Dama da Luzes (snang gsal ma, Ālokā) e a Dama do Perfume (dri chab ma, Gandhā). Na maṇḍala das deidaddes pacíficas do sambhogakāya, elas são as consortes dos oito grandes bodhisattvas (ver Oito Filhos Próximos) e simbolizam os quatro objetos dos órgãos sensoriais (forma, cheiro, som e sabor) no seu estado puro e os quatro aspetos do pensamento (passado, presente, futuro e tempo indeterminado).

English:

Eight offering goddesses

The Lady of Beauty (sgeg mo ma, Skt. Lāsyā), the Lady of Garlands (phreng ba ma, Mālā), the Lady of Song (glu ma, Gītā), the Lady of Dance (gar ma, Nṛtyā), the Lady of Flowers (me tog ma, Puṣpā), the Lady of Incense (bdug spos ma, Dhūpā), The Lady of Lamps (snang gsa/ ma, Ālokā) and the Lady of Perfume (dri chab ma, Gandhā). In the maṇḍala of the peaceful sambhogakāya deities, they are also the consortss of the eight Bodhisattvas (see Eight Great Close Sons), and symbolize, respectively, the pure state of the four objects of the sense organs (form, smell, sound and taste) and of the four aspects of thoughts (past, present, future and of undetermined time). [WOMPT]