The Vajrayogini represents the embodiment of a fierce, enlightened, wild, and tempestuous female dakini, who is the essence of all Buddhas. She is considered to be a tantric Buddhist meditational entity and is portrayed with a garland of skulls, drinking blood, and holding a curved knife. Young and desirous, she stands naked in a sensual pose, her red body burning with wisdom, and her untamed hair flowing down her back. The Vajrayogini is an extremely difficult dance to master, with expressive poses that tell the story of her attributes and divine qualities.
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