Beginning Dharma Practice: Training the Mind

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In Tibetan, the prayer "om mane padme hum" ("praise to the jewel in the lotus") is often recited. His representative works are The Eminent Monk: Monastic Ideals in Medieval Chinese Buddhist Hagiography (University of Hawai’i Press, 1997) and The Impact of Buddhism on Chinese Material Culture (Princeton, 2003). The black-hats dance round thrice and are succeeded by the god of Wealth, fiendesses, and butchers, the five great " kings"' 3 and their queens and ministers, also the state sorcerer of Na-ch'uh, and his eight-fold attendants. 4 1 Knight, op. eit., p. 208. 2 Mr.

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