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All About Manjushri | 关于文殊菩萨

Dec 6, 2015
All About Manjushri | 关于文殊菩萨

(译文请往下阅读) (By Tsem Rinpoche) Thank you so much Pastor Shin, Beatrix, Pastor David, Abby, Pastor Lanse, Pastor Jean Ai and a few others for working these few days on getting the Manjushri post out. Thank you for having it translated into Chinese so many more can practice this sacred Manjushri. I know all of you have put in a lot of effort and late nights. Manjushri is very special to our Gelugpa lineage as he is in all lineages and traditions. It is the main Yidam of Lama Tsongkhapa and Manjushri confers all types of mental perfections to help u...

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