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Kirk. "A great introduction to Buddhism especially for those interested in the Kagyu tradition. Marpa's most famous disciple was the ascetic, Milarepa. According to Buddhism, Religion or "the Dharma" is no more than a raft or a path for people who wish to journey on it. Vajrayana. was a member of the Zen 第 4 頁,共 21 頁 14/1/10 上午11:09 .[5] The Sahajayana developed in the 8th century in Bengal. Contents 第 1 頁,共 3 頁 14/1/10 上午11:08. the two are metaphysically equivalent. "-. literally "Three bodies or personalities".

Pages: 344

Publisher: Wisdom Publications (June 7, 2016)

ISBN: 1614293481

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