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S ch. 50. Ad ch. 60. V 5 g. 2. a. Introduction. P 447 a 4. A xxviii 459 b. The emrusting in connection with the Tathagata. Weak, medium, strong. A 460. c. Thc entrusting in connection with tke Bodhi. sattva. Weak, mndium, strong, A 463. 3. P 449 a 4. A 464-464 a. V 5 11. Thc great cnliglrte~rmmt. 1. The great enlightenment consisting iu the cognitions - V 5 a. , 7. The uninapcded conccn~ration. vv. 37-39 c. One compares the merit (derived) from having estalished people in a tri-chiliocosm in the accomplishment f the spiritual achievements (open to) Disciples and Praabuddhas, and in the Bodhisattva's definite way of ain salvation, (and one considers that) tlwough the dance of the merit (there arises) the unimpeded conration, which takes place immediately previous to the inning of Buddhahood, (which in its turn is itle~~tical ith) the knowledge of all modes.

V. 7). (The meditative trance) which appeases (the arising of e defilements in others consists) with the Disciples (in t) they avoid the (generation of) defilements in people the occasion of their) being seen by them. On the er hand the Jina's (meditative trance) which appeases he defilements of others) (is distinguished) by the (comete) annihilation of the stream of (all) those defilements, the occasion of their (entering) into a village, etc. 111, 2,8. The cognition which results from resolve).

Is sed on (the identification of oneself with) others; the meaning (of the he acts with) his body, he does not meet with m y of the five hindrances; ards iguora~lceand other ess andself-possession, ars a) clean robe, etc. ; he moves towards a junction (with perfect wisdom, is not in conflict) with the true nature of Dharma; he desires to go into th2 hells for the weal of the 18. He cannot he led astray by others. 19. when Mars recommends a wrong (or colmterrcit) ath, he recognizes that ' this is Mara (who speaks) ', d ) Highest mundane dharmas.

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