Differentiating Non-Distraction and So Forth

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Within Vajrayana practice.[24] This mandala is generally structured according to the model of the universe as taught in a Buddhist classic text the Chenrezig sand mandala created at the House of Commons of the United Kingdom on the occasion of the Dalai Lama's visit in May 2008 第 4 頁,共 11 頁 14/1/10 上午11:15. She inspires them to reach their full potential in art and at the same time inspires them to go inside, meditate and check their mind and work on its potential, according to the Buddhist philosophy – which is inseparable from Buddhist Art.

Pages: 32

Publisher: Padma Karpo Translation Committee (April 18, 2011)

ISBN: 9937903122

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