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Tion that) (all the) dharmas (which constitute the practice of the perfections) are (all equally) like a dream, he (finally) discovers the absence of (separate) marks in (all) dhnrmns in one ~ i n g l cinstant. 4. The single-irzstanta7teo1~sre-union which sees the inark of non-dunlity in all dhmmns. (v. 5). When he (habitually) does not even view as two separate items (that which appears to him as an object in) a dream and the (subjective) act of seeing it, then he (finally) sees the truly real non-duality of (all) dharmas in one single instant.
The perfection of) wisdom; 7. the recollection of the Buddha, (8. the recollection of the Dharma, 9. the recollection of the Samgha, 10. the recollection of morality, 11. the recollection of renunciation, 12. the recollection of deities), and 13. the fact that (all) dharmas have non-csistencc for own-being. 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.
A 12. 373 b 5. b 9. 13. 14. 380 a 4. 15. a 6. 16. a 8. 17. b 2. 18. b 6. 19. 381 b 6 . 20. 383 a 3. 8,2. The marks of irreversibility of one who stands the path of vision. (VV. ' On the path of vision one should discern the mark8 0 a Bodhisattva's irreversibility in accordance with the ( moments, (defined by) the (patient) acceptance of t (of dharma) (etc. as a t 11 4). The tokens irreversibility of the wise who stand on the path of visi are (in accordance with) the 16 moments, as follows: 1. revulsion from (the habit of forming) a notion the &andhas (as separate entities which have actual been produced); 2.
Abhisamayālankāra: Introduction and Translation from Original Text, with Sanskrit-Tibetan Index (Sekie Orientale Roma) by Edward Conze (editor and translator)