The Great Chariot

by Longchenpa | 268,580 words

A Commentary on Great Perfection: The Nature of Mind, Easer of Weariness In Sanskrit the title is ‘Mahāsandhi-cittā-visranta-vṛtti-mahāratha-nāma’. In Tibetan ‘rDzogs pa chen po sems nyid ngal gso’i shing rta chen po shes bya ba ’...

2b) The essences of arising and entering are explained

Aspiring has the essence of the four immeasurables.
And entering that of the six perfections, it is maintained.

The Sutra Requested by Mañjushri says:

Mañjushri, that which aspires to the benefit of others is the great kindness, the great compassion, the great joy, and the great equanimity. Perfect conduct in regard to that is the six perfections.

Now, so that what occurs by means of the individual benefits of these two may be known, let us say a little about

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