-Crippling Wave (Alabaster): 20% increased damage taken debuff should have close to 100% up time. Third strike slows the enemy which helps prevent kiting.
-Dashing Strike (Indigo): Gap closer with a short sprint in case they teleport/vault right after you reach them. You should be able to get a third Crippling Wave off before they get away again.
-Seven Sided Strike (Crimson): Big burst damage. This is your main spirit spender, but don't hinder yourself with getting caught at range with 0 spirit. You'll need to reserve some spirit for Dashing Strike and BoH.
-Breath of Heaven (Indigo): Big heal to be used when needed. Helps you outlast your opponent and synergizes well with Mantra of Retribution.
-Serenity (Crimson): Here's your oh **** button. From what I've heard, level 60s have around 10k health so this is almost like a mini pally bubble + lay on hands on a 60 second cooldown.
-Mantra of Retribution (Crimson): If this is as good as it sounds, I think it'll be nerfed. 84% of all damage taken is reflected. That means with even marginal heals you don't even need to attack your opponent very much as he'll kill himself. Good for when getting kited. Time the reapplication of this mantra right to reflect the most damage.
-Transcendence: Very nice passive heals every time you use spirit.
-Chant of Resonance: Duration increase is bleh. This is really used to increase your spirit regeneration as you'll be at range half the time and unable to generate spirit.
-Near Death Experience: Get out of jail free card. It goes without saying that when this procs you should probably use a BoH or Serenity to get back in the game.
-With Mantra of Retribution the fight becomes less about sticking to your enemy and more about having enough spirit generation to keep yourself alive while they kill themselves. Notice there are no damage reduction abilities or passives. This is to allow the maximum amount of damage to hit me in order to reflect the most to the enemy. Counter the large hits with self-heals.
As always, I'd like to hear your thoughts on the build along with any suggestions to improve it.