Four ways of attracting disciples
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Four ways of attracting disciples (Tib. བསྡུ་བའི་དངོས་པོ་བཞི་, duwé ngöpo shyi, Wyl. bsdu ba'i dngos po bzhi) — the qualities of the teacher that enable him to gather fortunate students, namely:
- that he should be generous,
- his language should be pleasant,
- he should teach each individual according to that person’s needs, and
- he should act in conformity with what he teaches.