Training the Mind: Book II: Allowing the Mind to Rest

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Lhasa. which must be attributed to 1434/35 such as. 57. p. as suggested in the catalogue. p.16. The idea of it can be extremely frightening, though not the real experience. So he started off for Lhun-grub grong K'ah in Gun-t'on-stod, and there joined a party of monks on their way from Upper Nari to U (or Central Tibet). This so far largely unknown iconometrical handbook mentioned in the sDe srid’s biography of the Sixth Dalai Lama is now preserved in the Archives of the TAR in Lhasa. The Berti Aschmann Foundation of Tibetan Art at the Museum Rietberg Zürich.

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