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  • The '''two images of Buddha Shakyamuni''' ([[Wyl.]] ''ston pa rnam gnyis'' or ''jor shak rnam # [[Jowo Rinpoche]] in the [[Jokhang]], and
    563位元組 (78 個字) - 2016年8月21日 (日) 15:54
  • …that on seeing this statue at [[Samyé]], he remarked, “It looks like me,” and then blessed it, saying, “Now it is the same as me!” …yang Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö]], [[Sogyal Rinpoche]] performed a hundred thousand [[tsok]] offerings in front of this image when they stayed in Samyé for mo
    938位元組 (153 個字) - 2015年8月20日 (四) 12:14
  • …— the practice of consecrating representations of enlightened body, speech and mind. …t whoever encounters them may enjoy good health, long life and prosperity, and ultimately gain complete spiritual awakening.
    4 KB (562 個字) - 2021年3月28日 (日) 20:36
  • …workshops produce most of the statues sold in the other parts of the Kathmandu valley like those around the [[Boudhanath]] [[stupa]]. …said that the temple, which took 34 years to be completed, contains 9,999 images of the [[Bhagavan]].
    4 KB (620 個字) - 2015年8月20日 (四) 12:18
  • …the [[sambhogakaya]] and appears as the tamer of various beings, both pure and impure. …islands, as well as sculpted forms, paintings, woven images and cast metal statues.
    3 KB (418 個字) - 2015年8月20日 (四) 12:16
  • …[stupa]]s in Nepal, it is located on top of a hill in the west of the Kathmandu Valley. Swayambhunath is known to Tibetans as Phakpa Shingkun. …kalpa]], is often considered the most sacred spot in the whole of the Kathmandu Valley. According to the [[Kalzang Gyatso|Seventh Dalai Lama]], this very
    9 KB (1,585 個字) - 2015年8月20日 (四) 12:26
  • …external effects.<ref>The Dalai Lama, ''The Meaning of Life'', translated and edited by Jeffrey Hopkins, Boston: Wisdom, 1992, page 1.</ref> …some Buddhist scholars believe that the painting existed prior to Buddha’s statues. This is probably the first ever Buddhist symbol that existed...
    11 KB (1,655 個字) - 2015年8月20日 (四) 12:37
  • …made to seek the protection of a special object through fear of one's own and others' suffering in [[samsara]]." The cause of refuge is [[faith]], and specifically [[irreversible faith]].
    9 KB (1,278 個字) - 2015年8月20日 (四) 12:26