The Buddhist altar

The Buddhist altar means offering. The Tibetan term for altar is "che-sam", which translated literally means "presentation of offerings" The notion of offering occupies a very important place in the Buddhist tradition, because it is

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Practice of the seven branches

GO–SUM GU–PE GO–NE CHAG–TSEL–LO /  NGO–SHAM YI–TRUL CHO–TRIN / MA–LU–BUL /  TO–ME NE–SAG DIG–TUNG TAM–CHE–SHAG /  KYE–PAG GE–WA NAM–LA JE–YI–RANG /  KOR–WA MA–DONG BAR–DU LEG–ZHUG–NE /  DRO–LA CHO–GYI KOR–LO KOR–WA–DANG /  DAG–ZHEN

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Animal Totem

Native American tradition has left us great wisdom showing us how to connect with the earth, listen to the forces of nature and their animals. Everything that inhabits the Universe harbors life and spirit. Everything

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