By Albert H Beiler
1964, 1st ed., 1st printing. Lib Cong #64-13458;
This ebook makes an attempt to offer leisure points of the speculation of numbers.
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He continued with his previous economic policy and significantly reduced the funding for Buddhist institutions and projects to a point where life for monks became so difficult that they had to give up their robes and look for work that would provide them with livelihood. 132 In that state of affairs, Darma was perceived by Buddhists to have been the direct cause of their difficulties, a situation that motivated the abbot of Samye, Palgyi Dotje (dPal gyi rdo rje) himself to assassinate Lang Darma.
If there is movement of the conceptual mind, be aware of it. " Do not analyze the mind which is moving in terms of any kind of quality at all: do not analyze it as moving or not moving; do not analyze it as existing or not existing; do not analyze it as virtuous or non-virtuous ; and do not analyze it as defiled or pure. If you are aware of mind in this way, it is naturalness. ll9 Moheyan here equates the state of "no-thought" with absence of mental activity while the rest of the passage is concerned with the occurrence of "undesired" mental activity and instructions for remaining in the state of awareness by way of not engaging in any analysis.
However , a consideration of the craftsmanship and sophisticated objects d'art from that early period60 shows that Tibetans then were neither primitive nor unsophisticated , even though a belief in deities in mountains , etc , might lead some people to regard Tibetans as primitive . Furthermore , old Tibetan documents exclusively from Dunhuang include terms and concepts in marked contrast with Buddhism which might suggest the existence of a pre-Buddhist religion or culture . 61 Questioning the validity of such theories , Walter uses a thorough philological method to trace key religio-political terms and concepts considered pre-Buddhist that may hint or point to pre Buddhist religion in Tibet .
Recreations in the theory of numbers : the queen of mathematics entertains by Albert H Beiler