- Mind training (Buddhism)
- found: Work cat.: 2005024910: Mind Training: the Great Collection, 2005; ECIP preface (The Tibetan term lojong (spelled blo sbyong) is composed of two syllables, lo and jong. Lo stands for "mind," "thought," or "attitudes," while jong connotes several interrelated but distinct meanings. First, jong can refer to training whereby one acquires a skill or masters a field of knowledge.)
- found: Gomo Tulku, Becoming a child of the Buddhas : a simple clarification of the Root verses of seven point mind training; translation of Gomo Tulku's text Annotations to the Root verses of mind training (Blo sbyong rtsa tshig la mchan 'grel) and editing of the oral commentary by Joan Nicell.
- found: Tharchin, Sermey Geshe Lobsang, The essence of Mahayana lojong practice, an oral commentary to Geshe Langri Tangpa's Mind training in eight verses (=Blo sbyoṅ tshig brgyad ma)
- 2005-09-29: new
- 2005-09-29: revised
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