The Mind and Consciousness (Preliminary Training) (Volume 1)

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The innumerable forms of the Buddhas, the fabulous terrestrial, the celestial and metaphysical, are all, with a few exceptions, based upon the five conventional attitudes ascribed to the historical Buddha, as marking the chief episodes of his Buddhahood. Let glory come! ' But the commonest use of sacred symbols is as talismans to ward off the evils of those malignant planets and demons who cause disease and disaster, as well as for inflicting harm on one's enemy. Berzin wrote that �(...) the major one was constructed eighty miles from the imperial capital, at the site that later became known as �Lhasa� (Lha-sa, The Place of the Gods).

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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (November 27, 2013)

ISBN: 1494305798

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