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  • noun Plural form of empowerment.

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Examples

  • Beyond the seven of entering like a child, there are higher and highest sets of vase, secret, wisdom and fourth, or word empowerments, as well as the great vajra master empowerment.

    5 Alternative Kalachakra

  • Beyond the seven of entering like a child, there are higher and highest sets of vase, secret, wisdom and fourth, or word empowerments, as well as the great vajra master empowerment.

    Taking the Kalachakra Initiation ��� 5 Alternative Kalachakra

  • An organised group of players of sufficient size can seize democratic control and use whatever "empowerments" you've given them to make life a misery for everyone else.

    The Four Worlds Theory

  • An organised group of players of sufficient size can seize democratic control and use whatever "empowerments" you've given them to make life a misery for everyone else.

    The Four Worlds Theory

  • His Holiness also gives a number of empowerments and initiations throughout the year, usually coinciding with his teachings.

    Teachings

  • He invited several Nying-ma lamas to give teachings and empowerments to his monks.

    The Shugden Affair: Origins of a Controversy (Part II)

  • He invited several Nying-ma lamas to give teachings and empowerments to his monks.

    The Shugden Affair: Origins of a Controversy (Part II)

  • However, His Holiness has always stressed the importance of practitioners attending the teachings rather than the initiations or empowerments in order to allow you to better understand the philosophy of Buddhism.

    Teachings

  • However, His Holiness has always stressed the importance of practitioners attending the teachings rather than the initiations or empowerments in order to allow you to better understand the philosophy of Buddhism.

    Teachings

  • He invited several Nying-ma lamas to give teachings and empowerments to his monks.

    The Shuk-den Affair: Origins of a Controversy (Part II)

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