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Mantras (part 4)


"Foundations of Tibetan Mysticism"  -  Lama Anagarika Govinda


"...Thus, the word in its hour of birth was a centre of force and reality, and only habit has stereotyped it into a mere conventional medium of expression...


(sorry this book has been packed away.  I'll have to continue the excerpt later)    





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