By Longchen Rabjam

ISBN-10: 1881847322

ISBN-13: 9781881847328

Aong the works in Longchen Rabjam's recognized assortment, The Seven Treasuries that generally called the Chöying Dzöd issues the non secular process referred to as trekcho (cutting via solidity), which brings non secular practitioners of the top acumen to freedom effortlessly.

The Chöying Dzöd includes texts: this publication, a collection of resource verses entitled the valuable Treasury of the elemental house of Phenomena, and Longchenpa's personal observation on these verses, A Treasure Trove of Scriptural Transmission.

The unique textual content side-by-side with English translation. 141 pp.

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9! E ~' ~ )1 &2 . 2!? ~ . 2! 2! Js' I! 2! 4::i? Jil! n< - • I! { ~'--9! )1 lJ Jt? q ~ The underlying meaning is that awakened mind is self-knowing awareness equal to space. It is not within the realm of the imagination, for it defies illustration or description. Naturally lucid and unwavering, the spacious expanse of utter lucidity is not created but is spontaneously present, with no fixed reach or range. Dharmakaya is the spacious domain that is the heart essence of enlightenment. The evidence is that anything can and does arise due to the dynamic energy of awareness.

Since everything constitutes a single state of equalness, with nothing to renounce or accept, there is nothing in the slightest to attain elsewhere. All phenomena are clearly evident within the vast expanse of mind itself, yet they do not stray in the least from the ultimate meaning of equalness. There is no division into outer and inner, and no disturbance due to thoughts arising and subsiding. The foundation, awakened mind, dispels the darkness of extremes. With nothing having to be renounced, the potential for error is cut through as a matter of course.

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