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
What do we mean when we say there is no good and no bad, only experience? We mean that in the highest sense, there is no good and bad karma; there is self-created experience that presents opportunities for spiritual advancement.
—Gurudeva