Sukhasiddhi was a Tibetan Buddhist yogini and accomplished practitioner. She is considered one of the 84 Mahasiddhas, who were highly realized and enlightened beings in the Buddhist tradition. Sukhasiddhi is particularly associated with the Shangpa Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism.
According to traditional accounts, Sukhasiddhi was born in the 11th century in Kashmir, India. She later traveled to Tibet, where she became a prominent figure in the Buddhist lineage. Sukhasiddhi is revered for her mastery of meditation and the realization of the nature of mind.
Sukhasiddhi's teachings and practices emphasize the direct experience of enlightenment and the importance of realizing one's true nature. Her legacy continues to inspire practitioners within the Tibetan Buddhist tradition.
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