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

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VI. Gradual re-union in general P 503 a 3 7. P 505 b 1 VI 1. P 503 b 1 2. b 8 8. 506 a 3. 504 a 4 9. 506 b 4. 504 b 10. 506 b 5. 504b 11. 506 b 6. 505 a 4 12. 507 a 1 13. 507 b 1 EDWARD CONZE VII. T H E SINGLE-INSTANTANEOUS RE-UNION. 1. With regard to all dhannas without oulflozvs the knnnaresult of which has not yet mtured. (w. 1-2). ) of giving, etc. (which has for its object) the combination one by one o f all (dharmas) without outflows, (beginning with the perfections,: and ending with the 80 minor characteristics).

61 The accomplishment of the development of the six perfections (80 H 886,23. No separate name in P). P 454 a-463 a. (Conditioned co-production). The last of the 36 combinations (of V 5 k) is: " tlrc Bodhisattva who ha6 stood in the perfection of wisdom, and who acquires the perfection of meditation it is he who wins the meditative trance which is the ' Lion's Sport ' ". P 463 a-464 a 5. P 464 a 5. P 465 b 1-469 a 5. S ch. 53, Ad. ch. 63. 469 b 4. P 469 b 4-475 b 5. P 475 b 5-479 b w. 35-36. e.

332 b 7. 333 386 a 3. 333 9. P 386 b 1. A 33 10. 11. 12. 13. 387 a 4. 33 14. 15. 388 a 9. 33 16. R,8, 3. The marlcs of irreversibility of one who stands on the path of development. w. 52-59. IV, 8,3 A. The d e ~ ~ lofl t the path of d e v ~ l o ~ m e n t . 1) Deep is the path of development. , and yet emptiness, etc. is not ot than they). IV, 8,3 B. The distinctive features of the path of devclopment. The path of development (consists of) repeated reRec tions, assessments and meditations (about the perfection of wisdom)' (succcssivcly) on the Aids to Penetration, on the path of vision, on the path of development itself.

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