Difference between revisions of "las sbyor"

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destructive action [JV]
 
destructive action [JV]
  
Yogic Application, Activity Application, Active Application, Application of Action. A special proper noun for a specific type of practice, usually one wherein one actively applies the principles of the main practice as a means of attaining a practical result. [Erick Tsiknopoulos]
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Yogic Application, Activity Application, Active Application, Application of Action. A special proper noun for a specific type of practice, usually one wherein one actively applies the principles of the main practice as a means of attaining a practical result; generally within the context of a ritual and/or additional visualization and recitation. [Erick Tsiknopoulos]
  
 
  [[Category:Tibetan Dictionary]] [[Category:rydic2003]] [[Category:la]]
 
  [[Category:Tibetan Dictionary]] [[Category:rydic2003]] [[Category:la]]

Latest revision as of 22:41, 17 October 2019

application of the activities [IW]

application of the activities, applications, (stage of) enactment; the activities [RY]

(phase of) enactment [RB]

destructive action [JV]

Yogic Application, Activity Application, Active Application, Application of Action. A special proper noun for a specific type of practice, usually one wherein one actively applies the principles of the main practice as a means of attaining a practical result; generally within the context of a ritual and/or additional visualization and recitation. [Erick Tsiknopoulos]