from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A loose upper garment worn in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.
- n. A name in the West Indies and elsewhere of many different fishes, especially of fishes of the genus Cyphosus (Kyphosus), as chopa blanca (K. sectatrix) of Bermuda (the Bermuda chub); chopa amarilla (K. incisor) of the West Indies; K. elegans of the tropical American coast of the Pacific; etc.
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All the faults of selfishness are discussed very thoroughly in Engaging in Bodhisattva Behavior and also in An Offering Ceremony to the Spiritual Masters, The Guru Puja (Bla-ma mchod-pa, Lama chopa).
These points are covered briefly in the prayer at the end of An Offering Ceremony to the Spiritual Masters, Lama-chopa.
For instance, "Lama chopa" could be done in Tibetan and its Lam-rim section be recited in English.
For instance, Lama chopa could be done in Tibetan and its Lam-rim section be recited in English.
Followers of the Gelug Tradition often perform as well An Offering Ceremony to the Spiritual Masters (Bla-ma mchod-pa, “Lama chopa,” “The Guru Puja”) by the First Panchen Lama.