The horse is one of the symbols of dominion of the "Ideal King" (Kyōryōrinjin 教令輪身 or Kyōryōjō-ō 教令聖王), known as Chakravartin in Sanskrit.There are many different forms of Batō having one to three faces and two to eight arms, and he holds different attributes in different images.= Dainichikyō 大日經; composed sometime in the 6th / 7th century AD) and other tantric texts. Effigies of the Six Kannon began appearing in Japan in the early-mid 10th century onward and were prayed to for the welfare of the dead. = Vidyārāja), the warlike and wrathful deities of Esoteric Buddhism. In Japan, farmers pray to Batō Kannon for the safety and preservation of their horses and cattle.The scriptural basis for the six can be traced back to a late 6th-century Tendai text from China, although Batō was not part of the original six but rather inserted some four centuries later. In this role, the deity is known as Batō Myō-ō 馬頭明王 and included in a grouping known as the Hachidai Myō-ō 八大明王 (lit. Batō Kannon is not only said to protect dumb animals, particularly those who labor for mankind, but extends those powers to protecting their spirits and bringing them ease and a happier life than they experienced while on earth. Hadland Davis, 1913)In esoteric traditions, Batō Kannon appears in the Taizōkai (Womb World) Mandala in the Lotus Court (Rengebu-in 蓮華部院), also known as the Kannon-in 観音院.Energy created can never be destroyed; it is merely transferred or transformed to evolve into a new form.Thus everything that is affects everything else that is.Arbitrarily seeking fulfillment in another is an attachment based on a craving which will always ultimately end in suffering. Enjoy the breath, flowing in and out ceaselessly like the waves on the shore in timeless perfection. Even if you die for your lover, is that not sacrificing something that is not yours to give?
How can real love devastate you when real love is the absence of superficial egoic needs, the absence of falsehood, and all real love is the presence, and the present?If love is the presence, the sacred consciousness, the Divine expansiveness, is it possible to subtract from it, remove from it, and delete it from your consciousness? True love does not require a vehicle for its fulfillment or expression. Another way to look love is within the context of the first of Buddha’s noble truths: Dukkha is divided into:1. Suffering Consciousness as the created form, or the potentiation of thoughts, fills the universal ether.This immediately creates an existential loneliness, which can never be entirely filled until it (the creation) is no longer separate from the formlessness of Divine consciousness. This is the suffering part of dukkha – the separation from God.2. In Buddhism, striving for that which is outside of our true nature is seen as wasteful. What does it mean to fall in love, or be in love, or even stay in love?