Dreaming Yourself Awake: Lucid Dreaming and Tibetan Dream

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Other religions and cultures believe that death is final, and that nothing happens after a person dies. Some fear the infighting could undermine the larger struggle for more cultural and religious freedom for Tibetans under Chinese control. "It really damages our image," said Tenzin Tsundu, an activist with Free Tibet. In Tibetan Buddhism, contemplation of sacred images is central to religious ritual, and a mandala is one of the most important of these sacred images.

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