Ratnasambhava, Dhyani Buddha
Ratnasambhava (Skt.; Tib. Rinchen Jungné; Tib. རིན་ཆེན་འབྱུང་གནས་ or རིན་ཆེན་འབྱུང་ལྡན་, Wyl. rin chen 'byung gnas, rin chen 'byung ldan; Eng. 'Source of Preciousness') — one of the buddhas of the five families.
Tibetan Buddhists teach that with the Wisdom of Equality one sees all things with divine impartiality and recognizes the divine equality of all beings. One sees all beings and the Buddha as having the same nature. This is a condition we need, says author Giuseppe Tucci, “to spur our spiritual ascension and to acquire the trust to realize in ourselves the status of a Buddha.”1
Ratnasambhava is sometimes shown holding his symbol, the ratna (jewel) or chintamani (wish-fulfilling jewel that grants all right desires). The chintamani is a symbol of the liberated mind. The ratna is often depicted in a threefold form as the triratna, signifying the union of Buddha, Dharma and Sangha.
Ratnasambhava's mudra is the varada mudra. It is the gesture of giving, or charity, which portrays him offering compassion and protection to his disciples. (The right palm faces outward and the fingers are directed downward.)
mandala of the jinas
position in mandala south
Colour - yellow
Family - Ratna
Mudra - giving
Wisdom - Wisdom of sameness
Emblem - jewel
Consort - prajñā Māmakī
Other- Jinas: Vairocana | Akṣobhya | Amitābha | Amoghasiddhi