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Pur-mo c'he, about twelve miles to the north-east of Tashi-lhun- po. 4. Indispensable to most Tantric meditations is the correct physical position, known as the seven-point posture of Vairocana. Those planning to attend are strongly encouraged to attend the empowerment on Sunday, June 19! FESTIVALS AND PLATS Festivals and Holidays ... The Mongols call these " Schabi" and Bandi, Banda, or " Bante" z which latter word seems to be of Indian origin. As to the essence of Mahāmudrā practice, Kyemé Zhang Rinpoche offers the following condensed points of instruction: Do not withdraw your consciousness, but let it go free.

Pages: 462

Publisher: TIBETAN BUDDHIST RIME INSTITUTE INC.; 1 edition (January 1, 2016)

ISBN: B017GK8EDG

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