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

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T i [ r. I i ' V. THE FULL UNDERSTANDING AT ITS SUMMIT V, 1. Its characzeristic. v. 1. The characteristics of the Yoga which has rcacl~edthe Summits, (and which corresponds to the degree of Heat), are considered in twelve ways, beginning with the fact that one looks upon all dharmas, even in a dream, as like a dream. V 1,l. (A Bodhisattva) contemplaten all dkarmas (even in l& dreams) as similar to a dream. P 412 a I. us 380. 2. He does not produce a thought of longing for the level of the Disciples (or of the Pratyekahuddhn~,or for anytl~ing that l~elongst o the triple xvqrld).

11. P 311 a 2 . A xiv 285 12. 343 n 3. 2R6 (S ch. 35, Ad ch. 4:) 13. P 344 a 2. 287 14. b 7. 288 15. 345 b 6 . 290 h b h i s a m n y iilnfikjro E D WA R D CONZE 10. b 2. xiv 284 IV 5,3,1. P 3496 3. A xv 293 2. b 9. 350 a 2. 293 a 4. 294 294 a 7. b 6. 295 P 356a 7. A x v 299 (S ch. 37, ~d ch. 47) 2. 356 a 9. 3. b 1. 4. , b 2. 5. b 7. 6. 357 a 7. 300 7. b 1. 301 8. b 5. 301 3. 4. 5. 6. IVf5,4,1. 16. 8. 348 a 6. 9. 352 b 1. 353 a 3. 10. 11. 359 a 7. ich is thc accomplisl~rncntof one's xv 2 (between doer, deed and doing); (and) dharmas in all .

293 a 4. 294 294 a 7. b 6. 295 P 356a 7. A x v 299 (S ch. 37, ~d ch. 47) 2. 356 a 9. 3. b 1. 4. , b 2. 5. b 7. 6. 357 a 7. 300 7. b 1. 301 8. b 5. 301 3. 4. 5. 6. IVf5,4,1. 16. 8. 348 a 6. 9. 352 b 1. 353 a 3. 10. 11. 359 a 7. ich is thc accomplisl~rncntof one's xv 2 (between doer, deed and doing); (and) dharmas in all . Wisdom, which is the cognitio~lof strength of the Aids to emanci~)ntion. ), as hard 9. P 359 a 5. - A xv 10. 360 a 1. also those who are only moderately strong in faith, 14. IS.

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