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'''Tsé Guk''' ([[Wyl.]] ''tshe ‘gugs''), 'The Summoning of  Longevity', is a [[Vajrayana]] practice for repairing, restoring and reclaiming the life force, hence increasing life-span.
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'''Tsé Guk''' (Tib. ཚེ་འགུགས་, [[Wyl.]] ''tshe ‘gugs''), 'The Summoning of  Longevity', is a [[Vajrayana]] practice for repairing, restoring and reclaiming the life force, hence increasing life-span.
  
 
Certain deities are particularly associated with longevity, the most well-known being [[Amitayus]], [[White Tara]], and [[Ushnishavijaya]], who are referred to as the [[three deities of long life]].  
 
Certain deities are particularly associated with longevity, the most well-known being [[Amitayus]], [[White Tara]], and [[Ushnishavijaya]], who are referred to as the [[three deities of long life]].  
  
 
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[[Category: Prayers and Practices]]
 
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[[Category: Long Life Practices]]

Latest revision as of 04:57, 18 January 2018

Tsé Guk (Tib. ཚེ་འགུགས་, Wyl. tshe ‘gugs), 'The Summoning of Longevity', is a Vajrayana practice for repairing, restoring and reclaiming the life force, hence increasing life-span.

Certain deities are particularly associated with longevity, the most well-known being Amitayus, White Tara, and Ushnishavijaya, who are referred to as the three deities of long life.

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