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by Tibetans as Dorje Sempa, is who practitioners turn to for
purification. He is the essence of the indestructible pure and clear
nature of mind of all the Buddhas. Vajrasattvas white color is
representative of his absolute purity. In his right hand he holds a
vajra, which symbolizes the method of compassion. in his left hand is a
bell, symbolizing the wisdom of emptiness. Vajrasattva holding the two
together represents the inseparability of these two spiritual qualities
and the necessity for them to be used together. Vajrasattva meditation
practice is used by practitioners for purification of all levels of
transgressions and is especially potent for the restoration of broken
vows. The practice employs the Four Powerful Opponents-in which
practitioners generate a true sense of regret, refuge and determination
not to repeat the action-and then take remedial steps to rectify the
transgression. The short mantra for Vajrasattva is Om Vajrasattva Hum.
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