Monasteries of Tibetan Buddhism in China (Chinese/English

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Heck, I'm an agnostic atheist that would be considered "one of them," as you put it, but let's not delude reality here. Japan has a large and thriving Buddhist community, but surveys indicate it to be closer to 20% of the population. Since a common part of Tibetan Buddhist practice is repeating (mentally or out loud) certain mantras thousands or even hundreds of thousands of times, it is useful to use your rosary for counting off the number of prayers, like a spiritual abacus. These differences are shown in the foregoing table.

Pages: 136

Publisher: Foreign Language Press; 2 Blg edition (January 1, 2004)

ISBN: 7119033476

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