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100,000 Butterlamp Offering Retreat | 十万盏酥油灯供养闭关

Mar 12, 2017
100,000 Butterlamp Offering Retreat | 十万盏酥油灯供养闭关

(译文请往下阅读) “It is very important to practice the offering of butterlamps. Try to complete a minimum of 100,000. It is very good for your realizations on the sutra path. It is excellent for results on the tantric path.” ~ Tsem Rinpoche His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche has advised on many occasions that it is very beneficial to engage in a retreat of offering 100,000 butterlamps. Such a retreat allows the practitioner to develop deeper wisdom, increase realizations and make a connection with the deity to whom the butterlamps are offered. Rec...

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