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A right way to prostrate

In a general sense, prostration is a solemn gesture of respect, humility and modesty. In terms of serious Buddhist practice, however, prostration is taught as one of the skillful means to purify our negativity and accumulate merits (tsog tsag, drib jang). Thus, prostration is included in the well known seven-branch practices (yen lag dun pa) along with offering, Read more »

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