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Mo: Tibetan Divination System

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Mo is authoritative and refeshingly different from the other oracle systems around.
ebook, 168 pages
Published June 25th 2000 by Snow Lion Publications (first published May 31st 1991)
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Recommended by my teacher, this book was originally written by Mipham Rinpoche in the 19th century. Sakya Trizen Rinpoche wrote the introduction as well making it even better. It takes some practice and careful reading, but I've found this manual easy to use and highly effective.
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Ju Mipham Rinpoche (Tibetan ཇུ་མི་ཕམ་, Wylie 'ju mi pham) or Jamgön Mipham Gyatso (འཇམ་མགོན་མི་ཕམ་རྒྱ་མཚོ་, 'jam mgon mi pham rgya mtsho) was a great Nyingma master and writer of the 19th century, student of Jamgön Kongtrul, Jamyang Khyentsé Wangpo and Patrul Rinpoche.

Like all Tibetan authors, Mipham Rinpoche uses several names in the colophons to his works, which may then be rendered into English
More about Jamgön Mipham...
White Lotus: An Explanation of the Seven-line Prayer to Guru Padmasambhava Mipham's Beacon of Certainty: Illuminating the View of Dzogchen, the Great Perfection (Studies in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism) Luminous Essence: A Guide To The Guhyagarbha Tantra Gateway to Knowledge, Volume II: A Condensation of the Tripitaka Speech Of Delight: Mipham's Commentary On Santaraksita's Ornament Of The Middle Way

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