In Tibetan Buddhism, hidden lands (Tib. sbas yul) are considered places of refuge during times of conflict, environmental disaster, and religious degeneration. They can also be envisioned as the subtle bodies of tantric Buddhist deities and as spiritually ameliorative ‘paradises’ where one may obtain extraordinary transcendent accomplishments. In this sacred landscape, tantric corporeality, mentality, and environmentality merge and display as an unobscured, natural, integrated system.