Adyudhapurusha with Vaishnava Icons/Weapons

An ayudhapurusha is generally depicted as a two-armed figure, often a dwarf, holding or surrounded by the weapons of a particular Deity. The most popular Ayudhapurushas are associated with the God Vishnu and appear in his iconography.

Image of Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami
There is a way of being remorseful, showing shame, being humble, of resolving situations when they do go wrong so that you can truly "get on with life" and not be bound by emotionally saturated memories of the past.
—Gurudeva