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Old 22-05-2014, 03:10 PM   #1322
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In the practice, one visualizes taking onto oneself the suffering of others on the in-breath, and on the out-breath giving happiness and success to all sentient beings.. As such it is a training in altruism..The sickle remained common in the Bronze Age, both in the Ancient Near East and in Europe.. Numerous sickles were found deposited in hoards in the context of the European Urnfield culture (e.g. Frankleben hoard), suggesting a symbolic or religious significance attached to the artefact..In archaeological terminology, Bronze Age sickles are classified by the method of attaching the handle. E.g. the knob-popsickle possibility to increase the phowa of the X-ercise is to breathe together with another person..It seems that simultaneous breaths will reinforce the practice summarized in 7 points, which are attributed to the great teacher Atisha born in 982 called because of a protruding knob at the base of the blade which apparently served to stabilize the attachment of the blade to the handle..The focus of attention in the world of contemporary art began to shift from Paris to New York after World War II and the development of American Abstract Expressionism. During the late 1940s and early 1950s Clement Greenberg was the first art critic to suggest and identify a dichotomy between drilling tendencies within the Abstract Expressionist canon... of Making an incantation repeatedly uttered by both Merlin and PMorgana, is in an Old Gaelic Dialect that translates to "Serpent's breath, charm of death and life, thy omen of making"..Drink from the chalice and you will be reborn in the land of Anál Nathrach, orth’ bháis’s bethad, do chél dénmhA...

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