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Tummo: Quiz


Question 1: Tummo (gTum mo in Wylie transliteration, also spelled Tumo, or Tum-mo; ________ caṇḍālī) is a Tibetan word, literally meaning fierce [woman].

Question 2: The image of celestial partnership is common within the Shiva-________ treatment of Kundalini union.
ShaktiShaktismShakti PeethasGanesha

Question 3: Tummo (Tibetan: gtum-mo; Sanskrit: caṇḍalī) is a practice associated with the ________ of energy-channels, energy-winds and energy-drops.
Mental bodySubtle bodyEtheric bodyPlane (esotericism)

Question 4: Not unproblematic, Tummo must be practiced in conjunction with appropriate empowerment and under the direction of a traditionally qualified Tantric ________.
A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami PrabhupadaGuru-shishya traditionHindu reform movementsGuru

Question 5: Current texts such as those by Lama Yeshe or ________ are highly accurate and go into some detail.
Chögyam TrungpaDzongsar Jamyang Khyentse RinpocheGlenn H. MullinSogyal Rinpoche

Question 6: The two are essentially similar in nature but applied in somewhat different ways in the ________ Kundalini Yoga practice and the Vajrayana Buddhist tummo practices, such as the Six Yogas of Naropa.

Question 7: Such refined internalized yogas are practices to support entry into the highest contemplative systems, for example the ________ or Mahamudra systems.

Question 8: The practices are taught in a suite of advanced sadhana, the ________, which describe contemplative practices, spiritual energetic work or meditations such as those used in the Himalayan traditions of Vajrayana and Bön.
KarmapaDzogchenKagyuSix Yogas of Naropa

Question 9: One of the most famous practitioners of Tummo according to the Tibetan tradition was held to be ________.
PadmasambhavaMilarepaAtishaMarpa Lotsawa

Question 10: This discipline is key to all advanced (completion stage) spiritual practices in ________.
AtishaNaropaTibetan BuddhismPadmasambhava

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