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It is only worn with these long tails by the Dalai Lama, the Pan-ch'en (Tashi) Lama, the Gah-ldan Khri-rinpo-ch'e, and the Tibetan Lama- king or regent, during the assembly (nal-k'u) mass and empowering. Throughout the whole of his journey, his readers are led to take the keenest interest m himself, and each individual of his little suite. Hum is the descent from universality (Om) into the human heart. He is of the " mild " type, and usually mounted on an elephant, and he is frequently associated with Mahjusri 3 as attendant on Buddha.

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Publisher: Shambhala (March 28, 2017)

ISBN: 1611802091

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