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By Dalai Lama

Transparent, eloquent, uncomplicated, and profound, His Holiness's teachings are simply available to starting practitioners but richly nourishing to these extra complex in perform. In The route to Bliss, the Dalai Lama exhibits how visualization, cause, and contemplation might be systematically crafted to augment own improvement. starting with practices designed to create an efficient psychological outlook, His Holiness skillfully courses the coed to extra complicated strategies for constructing the mind's private power and happiness. An impeccable awareness to the correctness of element, but manages even as to exhibit a feeling of playfulness, a stability of particular technical suggestions, and pleasant asides. It exemplifies the sophistication and magnificence of Tibetan Buddhist equipment for non secular improvement.

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