Resurrecting Candrakirti: Disputes in the Tibetan Creation

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In the discussion of the Three Lords which follows, the words "materialism" and "neurotic" refer to the action of ego. The Portuguese Empire m the Sixteenth R. 1(ll. uion of Mission of Goa. The changes in primitive Buddhism leading to Lamaism, and I he origins of Lamaism and ii s sects. b. And he calls on the location-god for assistance and goes on repeating Tson-K'a-pa's mantra and conceives that on each lamp a glorious image of Tson-K'a-pa appears seated upon a Naga and raining down cleansing ambrosia upon them, and that they sparkle with delight and dart their lightning into the sky where clouds gather and the thunder-dragons roar, and rain falls.

Pages: 304

Publisher: Wisdom Publications (February 9, 2009)

ISBN: 0861715209

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