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TIBETAN TANTRIC MYSTICISM & QI    

By: Joe Hing Kwok Chu             

Thanks to Joanna Weichert for proofreading this article.

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Chapter I.    Introduction

Chapter II.  Historical Background of Buddhism                                        

                    a. Buddha and His Teachings

                    b. The Buddhist Scriptures

                    c. A Sample of Buddhist Scripture: The Heart Sutra

                    d. The Development of Buddhism

Chapter III.   Historical Background of Tibetan Religions

                    a.  Bonism and Early Buddhism

                    b. The Major Groups of Tibetan Tantric Buddhism

                    c. The Black Sect

Chapter IV.  The Tibetan Tantra and Qigong

                    a. General Concept

                    b. The Different Categories of Buddhist Tantra

Chapter V.    The Training Methods of Tantric Buddhism

                    a. Empowerment

                    b. The Interface of Three Secrets

                        1. Body Tantra

                        2. Oral Tantra

                        3. Mind Tantra

                    c. The Three Procedures of Energy Training

                        1. Focusing and Breath Control

                        2. Nine Section Wind, Treasure Pot and Adamantine Chants

                        3. Psychic Heat (gTum Mo)

Chapter VI  Footnotes

Chapter VII  Bibliography

Chapter VIII  Appendix

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Note: The Merriam -Webster Dictionary pronunciation is  used in

the transliteration of Chinese Han writing and Tibetan writing. 

In the later writing, Chinese official pinyin method is used.

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