Vajrasattva is the deity representing purification. He is white signifying purity and sits on a moon disk on top of a lotus throne. In his left hand is an upside down bell resting on his left thigh and in his right hand is a vajra placed at his hear level. Above his head is Amitabha because he belongs to the Amitaba family.
In the second preliminary or Ngöndro practice he is visualized on top of one's head with pure amrita being generated in his heart and flowing down into one's head thus purifying all the negative actions one has done. This practice can be done outside of the Ngondro practice when a special purification is required.
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