Chinese Paintings


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q806] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q807] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q808] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q809] [s88]


016-1a0243
Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q810] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q811] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q812] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q813] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q814] [s88]


014-1a0203
Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q815] [s88]


017-1a0267
Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q816] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q817] [s88]




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„The Tibetan Book of the Dead is the guide for the dying. It describes the process of dying as the natural transition. The text explains how, by recognizing the mental states and physical sufferings involved, we can come in contact with our own essential nature. In this way it is possible to find freedom from confusion and fear.“

Source Film: The Tibetan Book of the Dead: A Way of Life: (2 parts)[online]. NHK Creative of Japan, Mistral Film of France, National Film Board of Canada, 1994. Available on WWW: <http://www.uloz.to>. [q90] [s18]

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