May 06, 2019 · 0:39:26 – ‘The 84 Mahasiddhas’ and the Mahasiddha principle 0:51:41 – Working 1-1 with students 0:54:10 – Appreciation, compassion, and Vajra Romance 1:10:22 – ‘Come back ego, all is forgiven’ 1:13:36 – Romance and selflessness 1:22:25 – Bringing a student to a realisation of emptiness 1:23:23 – The practice of silent sitting 84 Foundational Beliefs: Buddhism ... the spiritual life. These monks and nuns, laymen and laywomen, follow rules of the codified monastic ... mind), and mahasiddhas (mah-hah-SI-dah, unconventional, 84 Mahasiddhas. The tantric tradition speaks about eighty four siddhas who achieved enlightenment starting from a normal life, having the fortune, or The eighty-four Mahasiddhas came from every walk of life and represented the whole spectrum of the human experience. The word "Maha" means...The 84 mahasiddhas are connected to an extremely broad-minded world view that every situation in life is workable and can be utilized and transformed into total freedom. Looking through their biographies and life examples, the mahasiddhas came from various background, from beggars to kings. One of the masters was a carpenter, another a tailor.