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His Holiness The Dalai Lama and ZaChoeje Rinpoche tell us by studying this classic Buddhist text we learn tools and techniques inspiring us to cultivate the perfection of the Bodhisattva: generosity, ethics, patience, zeal, meditative concentration, and wisdom. The creedal differences may be categorically classed under the heads of — 1. Si hi aoimtweit — Sakvencikn-ki (H.vok i.— Das Kaiserreich Ostindien und die angren- zenden Gebirgslander. 8vo., pp. 639. The five Dhyani buddhas represent the basic mandala in ourselves, our environment and in the cosmos.

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