Tummo (Tibetan: gtum-mo; Sanskrit: caṇḍālī) literally means the fierce goddess of heat and passion in Tibetan Buddhist tradition. Tummo is found in the Mahasiddha Krishnacarya and the Hevajra Tantra texts.Tummo (Tumo or Chandali yoga) also refers to a part of tantric meditation cycles and breathing exercises for yogic heat, that developed around the concept of fierce female deity. It is found in the Six Yogas of Naropa, Lamdre, Kalachakra and Anuyoga teachings of Tibetan Vajrayana.

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  • Tummo (Tibetan: gtum-mo; Sanskrit: caṇḍālī) literally means the fierce goddess of heat and passion in Tibetan Buddhist tradition. Tummo is found in the Mahasiddha Krishnacarya and the Hevajra Tantra texts.Tummo (Tumo or Chandali yoga) also refers to a part of tantric meditation cycles and breathing exercises for yogic heat, that developed around the concept of fierce female deity. It is found in the Six Yogas of Naropa, Lamdre, Kalachakra and Anuyoga teachings of Tibetan Vajrayana. The purpose of tummo is to gain control over body processes during the completion stage of 'highest yoga tantra' (Anuttarayoga Tantra) or Anuyoga. (en)
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  • Tummo (Tibetan: gtum-mo; Sanskrit: caṇḍālī) literally means the fierce goddess of heat and passion in Tibetan Buddhist tradition. Tummo is found in the Mahasiddha Krishnacarya and the Hevajra Tantra texts.Tummo (Tumo or Chandali yoga) also refers to a part of tantric meditation cycles and breathing exercises for yogic heat, that developed around the concept of fierce female deity. It is found in the Six Yogas of Naropa, Lamdre, Kalachakra and Anuyoga teachings of Tibetan Vajrayana. (en)
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