Perfect Conduct: Ascertaining the Three Vows

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There are different types of ritual dance. Fearing assassination, he and thousands of followers fled to Dharamsala in northern India, where they established an alternative government. The Tibetan people also feel they are becoming second-class citizens in their own country. Also Tonglen, other kinds of bodhicitta [compassion] practice and Mantras [chants] in general were felt to be appropriate for animals as well as humans, the same goes for aspiration prayers and dedications.

Pages: 192

Publisher: Wisdom Publications; Third Impression edition (January 1, 1999)

ISBN: 0861710835

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