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LOL Yes, yes, I know… this is the Goddess Patricia Telesco gives for today, July 8th.
Who is this Buddha Bodhi Prabha Vasita?

“Personifies spiritual regeneration and the power of light to overcome any darkness in our lives.
She has the ear of Buddha, making her a mediator and teacher of universal truths.
Go through your living space making lots of noise to banish negativity within.
Turn on all the lights to literally “turn on” this goddesses power to overcome any problems, tensions and residual bad feelings.
Wear something yellow to invoke Buddhabodhiprabhavasita’s insight within yourself.
Use any wheel as the focus for your prayers. {write your needs on your car tires, or attach to bicycle spokes so that each time the wheel goes around, your prayer goes out to Buddhabodhiprabhavasita!”

Buddha and Bodhi are basically the same – Bodhi means enlightenment and Buddha The Enlightened
Prabha is the Universal Light and one of the names of Lakshmi
Vashita is the Goddess of Air and communication – she controlls the senses and thus can make you see and hear what ever she wants. (Vasitas are minor Buddhist Goddesses)
So Buddhabodhiprabhavasita is one of Lakshmi’s aspects, the Light and Air that carries communication – that makes communication possible.

I find it very interesting that the rune for wheel, Rad, stands for travel of mind and body – communication, advice, council…


Tibetan food is similar to Chinese, but because Tibet is so high in the mountains, it’s always warm and warming 🙂

Here some Tibetan recipes. Don’t forget to try the Butter Tea.
Milk products and meat are very important in Tibet, perhaps because there isn’t much else to eat. Most old style Tibetan’s don’t eat “grass” – vegetables.
In Tibet the meat is most often cooked whole, pot roast.
Here’s a couple more of Tibetan recipes and here yet a couple. Here’s quite a many, among them desserts.
Recipezaar has 9 recipes claimed to be Tibetan.
Here’s a vegetarian suggestion for the roast.

Then I suggest you make some doughnuts, which really have nothing to do with Buddhabodhiprabhavasita, except that they are round and very good 😉

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