Tibetan: སྒྲུབ་ཐབས         Chinese: 成就法
Sadhana is an exercise or practice to achieve various spiritual objectives or goals.
A sadhana is also a practice text to meditate to visualize, recite mantras and make offerings.
In lower tantras, practitioners invoke the deity in the sky in front, while in higher tantras, practitioners arise in the form of the deity.

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