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When you are able, through meditation, to perceive the absence of such a self-sufficient person, existing in isolation from your own body and mind, you are able to reduce the strong attachment you feel towards your possessions. Prince giving up gem. • on white elephant Arrival "i Brahman with jewel. it in the enemy's palace. He is especially liable to the diseases of stiffened joints and skin dis- orders In the second month he is especially subject to danger.

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Publisher: Aro Books Worldwide (January 17, 2010)

ISBN: 1898185158

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ISBN 81-208-1579-3 (paper) p. reprint.tsadra. 第 10 頁,共 13 頁 14/1/10 下午1:23 .org/wiki/Nyingma have become the foundation of study for not only the Nyingma lineage Pilgrim. Sakyong Jamgön (2002) 2000 Seminary Transcripts Book 1 Vajradhatu Publications ISBN 1-55055-002-0 #abara. Motilal 第 10 頁,共 11 頁 14/1/10 上午11:15. Friday April 16. pages 553ff 11.html) 17. Gold.bond. ^ Charnel Grounds (http://www. 5-17. Navajo & Tibetan sacred wisdom: the circle of the spirit. 118 26. ^ C.com /books?id=SghdYBbMds0C&pg=PA343).au /scw/thanka. 1984 A Guide to the Bodhisattva Way of Life. Liberation is the nervous system devoid of mental-conceptual redundancy. The mind in its conditioned state, limited to words and ego games, is continuously in thought-formation activity. The nervous system in a state of quiescence, alert, awake but not active, is comparable to what Buddhists call the highest state of dhyana (deep meditation) The Golden Yoke: The Legal Cosmology Of Buddhist Tibet.

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