Abhisamayālankāra: Introduction and Translation from by Edward Conze (editor and translator)

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433 b 438 6. P 436 a 3. 442 2. 435 b 5. 441 7. 436 a 4. 442 3. b 7. 441 8. a 6. 443 b 9. 442 9. a 8. 443 4. 4. 436 a 2. 442 At this point P, which in general follows the sequence of S and A, carries out a substantial re-arrangement of the material. V, 5d-f are obtained b y transferring here the contents of S ch. 63, fol. 209 b 2-254 a 7 , t o which nothing corresponds in A. V 5 d. P 436 b 1-439 a 3 V 5 e. P 439 a 3-442 b P 442 b-445 a 7 V 5f. V 5 g. 1. P 445 a 7. A Kxvii 454. S ch. 50. Ad ch. 60.

On the path of vision, 'or the first stage) (his ondition is characterised by his) nearness to enlightenment, 12. (on the 2nd to 7th stage by the) speedy (progress to enlightenment), 13. (on the 8th stage) (by carrying on his activies in pursuit of) the welfare of others. c) (14-17, concern the'means by which the training (In order to bring his practice of perfect wisdom to fulfillment, the Bodhisattva should) 14. (see that merits and defects from the standoint of absolute reality) do neither grow nor diminish; 15.

A xvi 313,G 2. The weak Aids to emancipation. P 371 a 3 3. The medium Aids to emancipation. a 8 a) (In its next section the Sutra) recommends the ys in which those who arc on the stage of Heat make beinga into an object (of thcir thoughts): their thoughts described (first of all) as even (friendly, well-disposed, e from aversion, free from harm; and then) as tenfold all beings as if they were one's her, father, brother, sister, son, daughter, friend, rcla, kinsman or nlatcrnal relative). , and also oins those (practices) on others, proclaims their praises them), and makcs rhem conform (to illen~).

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