A Classical Tibetan Reader: Selections from Renowned Works

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The language of this publication is very different from that of the 1978 work by the same lama due to widespread changes in choice of English terminology by the translators. This isn’t an entire record of potential side effects. These differences are shown in the foregoing table. Or sometimes the practitioner visualizes throwing the phurpa in order to impale and subdue the spirits. As we have seen, some ran away; others openly resisted, sometimes suffering dire consequences.

Pages: 160

Publisher: Wisdom Publications (July 9, 2013)

ISBN: 1614290792

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