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Thread: Mala and reproductive system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleladybug
    so what does buddha say about malas? I can't seem to find anything on this.

    Malas are a product of the tibetan religions. The tibetan religions, honestly, have very little in common with what the Buddha actually taught.

    The Buddha never taught malas, or deity worship, or 10 million prostrations, or guru worship, the list seems endless....

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuka
    10 million prostrations

    It's a hundred thousand prostrations. ....part of foundation practices along with Guru Yoga etc


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    10 million !! One hundred thousand is difficult enough - lol

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    well thanks everyone, i certainly learned something new. :)

    llb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aloka-D
    It's a hundred thousand prostrations. ....part of foundation practices along with Guru Yoga etc
    Heyyyyyyyy!!!! If everyone else can make up their own "Buddhism", why can't I???






    P.S.: Yes, I knew, and yes I was exaggerating the perfectly arbitrary, astronomical number just a weeeeeeeeeeeeee bit....

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuka
    Heyyyyyyyy!!!!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobalt
    In fact, it doesn't even necessarily make it Buddhist just because the Tibetans in question have a long history of practicing Buddhism.
    A very sharp remark Cobalt,

    Thanks...


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