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Main Beliefs of Tibetan Buddhism
About the Main Beliefs of Tibetan Buddhism, to an outsider, the practices of Tibetan Buddhism may appear to be esoteric and enigmatic. Yet, Tibetan Buddhism is based on solid doctrines. Moreover, it embodies a sublime body of rituals, philosophies, and beliefs that are worth studying.

The practices of Tibetan Buddhism have, as its ultimate goal, the “Buddhahood” or “enlightenment” of a believer. Buddhahood is understood as a state or level of existence that is free from obstructions to freedom. It is a state of continuous happiness or bliss coupled with the achievement of enlightenment. Thus, if you are looking for a noble path towards enlightenment, you can always espouse the basic tenets and doctrines and engage in the unique practices of Tibetan Buddhism.

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