Clear Light of Bliss: Tantric Meditation Manual - download pdf or read online

By Geshe Kelsang Gyatso

Inside we all lies a resource of limitless bliss and compassion for others. The unique tools defined inside of Tantric Buddhism permit us to find this bliss for ourselves.The modern Tantric grasp, Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, explains step by step how we will be able to generate a deeply peaceable and centred brain by means of harnessing the sophisticated strength procedure inside of our personal physique. With this joyful knowledge we will discover our precise nature, wreck lack of knowledge and pain at its root, and speedily turn into a resource of concept and profit for others.

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23 agriculture to about 5% of GDP by the end of that period. 5% ofGDP. In Hungary, reduction of pension expenditures in the first pillar will be visible soon, mainly due to up-front elimination of various pension privileges. Assuming zero contracting out from the first to the second pillar (the least beneficial assumption from the point of view of the public finances), the financial balance of the PAYG system will gradually improve from a small deficit at the end of the 1990s to a surplus exceeding 2% of GDP around the year 2014.

Additionally, the Czech Republic, unlike Poland and Hungary, has not as yet resolved the problem of bad debts in its banking sector, so that its true public indebtedness is significantly underestimated. 9 may suggest an optimistic assessment of the prospects for the convergence of the candidate countries on the EMU fiscal criteria as specified by the Maastricht and Amsterdam Treaties (the so-called Stability and Growth Pact). Apart from Hungary, the other "first wave applicant" countries formally meet both the deficit and the debt criteria for EMU membership.

3. Increased maturity of the institutional infrastructure will strengthen creditors' property rights and exit possibilities for shareholders. 6 The prospect of imminent EU membership can be expected to raise foreign investors' awareness of the progress which has been made in this regard. From the perspective of foreign investors, high expected growth rates and real appreciation in applicant countries means increasing asset values. This may induce a further inflow of capital, causing further real appreciation together with a desire for higher current account deficits and higher private sector foreign debt on the part of applicant country residents, so that a "capital inflow - real appreciation" bubble may develop, with the real exchange rate rising ever more above its medium term equilibrium leveF until, finally, the bubble bursts.

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