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Who sees the truly real as it truly is, he is liberated. V, 5k. The accomplishment of the development of the six peijections. v. 22. , each one singly, &d in their (36) mutual combinations, that belongs to one single (of the 16) moments the path of vision), and it is comprised under (the mo of the patient) acceptance (of the cognition of the dh of suffering) on this path of vision (as it is understoo conncction with the full understanding a t its summit) V, 51. Conditioned co-production. V. 23.

From the abundance of his activity tho Buddha is thus described as ' all-pervading ', and, because he never becomes extinguished, he is also declared to be ' eternnl '. VIII 2. P 523 b. S ch. 63. Ad ch. 73. VIII, 3. The Enjoyment-Body. (Definition. v. 12) The (body of) the Sage which possesses the 32 marks and the 80 minor characteristics is considered as his joyment-Body, because it enjoys the happiness of (dharma of the) great vehicle. (The 32 marks of the superman). (w. 13-17). The 32 marks (of the Lord Buddha) are as fo 1.

As a bird in tllc sky, and yet he does not fall into tllC nnptincss through lcaving his Buddhadhnrmas incompletc); EDWARD CONZE t- 3. as (an archer with his arrow hits) what he intends to hit (and can, by shooting up in quick succession one arrow after another, prevent the &st arrow from dropping down until he wishes it to do so), (so the Bodhisattva " continues to carry out his former vows, which promised help t o all beings). 4. (His skill is) marked as uncommon (because it is i; difficult t o postpone emancipation in order not to abandon all beings), 5.

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