Tibetan Buddhism with Its Mystic Cults, Symbolism and

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He was so moved with the painful realities of life that he left his wife and comfortable home to search for an end to human suffering.... [tags: religion, Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, ] A Life of Celibacy; Buddhism and Sex - A Life of Celibacy; Buddhism and Sex Buddhism which just may be the most tolerant religion in the world, constitutes teachings that can coexist with almost any other religions. Once you achieve that stage and you have the key, you can attain the complete enlightenment of buddhahood through the path of Guhyasamaja, that is by actualizing the illusory body as explained in the Guhyasamaja, or through the path of Kalachakra which speaks of the achievement of empty form, or through the rainbow body as explained in the Mayajala Tantra, which is also explained in the Great Perfection practices.

Pages: 598

Publisher: Pilgrims Publishing; 2004 edition (December 1, 2004)

ISBN: 8177691422

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