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A form of meditative visualization used in tantric Buddhism in which the deity is invoked and then merged with the pratitioner as a means of self-transformation. This is as opposed to the method of ‘front generation’. Self-generation is considered more advanced and accompanied by a degree of spiritual risk from the powers (siddhi) it may rapidly unleash.

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