From Fear to Fearlessness

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Intense attachment to the material world makes it difficult to do spiritual travel both during life and after death. The Shurangama Sutra .bttsonline.htm) 第 20 頁,共 21 頁 14/1/10 上午11:09. Little is known in Tibetan art history about the actual technical procedures from the iconometric drawing until the completion of a painted and – even less – of a three-dimensional image. which.35f. vol. However at least two exceptional 15th and 16th century Kalacakra mandalas of that tradition are preserved in the Potala Palace and in the Lhasa Tibet Museum (figs. 128).roofs are wrongly identified in the catalogue text. 127. has been completely reconstructed (2005-2007).

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