Chogyam Trungpa: His Life and Vision

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And effigies of the sixteen Sthavira are placed outside the temple door. The mantras can be sung melodically, chanted in monotone, or said silently in your mind. Chanting mantras, spinning prayer wheels, rotating rosary, offering khata, silk scarf, to the Lama, the Buddha and the deities; lighting butter lamps, burning incense, playing musical instruments such as cymbal, drums, bells, gongs etc., meditating on Mandala are indispensable to Tibetan Buddhist rituals.

Pages: 581

Publisher: Shambhala Publications; 1 edition (September 28, 2010)

ISBN: B00452VFCQ

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