The Great Seal: Limitless Space & Joy: The Mahamudra View of

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The Dalai Lama's second-eldest brother, Gyalo Thondup, established an intelligence operation with the CIA as early as 1951. When you got to work, if somebody asked you, "What did you think about during the half hour you were driving?" you probably wouldn’t know. Tantric practitioners make use of rituals and objects. It is sure that the moment you enter a Tibet city, first thing that catches your eyes will be the intricate use of colors on the walls and roofs of temples, monasteries as well as houses.

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Publisher: Firewheel Publishing (October 17, 2011)

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