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Tib: Braarvig (forthcoming) IIIs
sriṅ mo gźan yaṅ (S16b) sems daṅ yid daṅ | rnam par śes pa’i rnam par rig pa gaṅ gis 1 sems pa2 daṅ | rnam par śes pa’i sems daṅ |3 yid daṅ 4 rnam par śes pa’i rnam par rig pa de ni |5 skra6 la gnas pa (P72b) ma yin | spu la gnas pa ma yin | śa mdog7 la gnas pa ma yin | lpags8 pa la gnas pa ma yin | śa la gnas pa ma yin | khrag la gnas pa ma yin | rus pa la gnas pa ma yin | chu ba9 la gnas pa ma yin | rkaṅ 10 la gnas pa ma yin | naṅ la11 gnas pa ma yin | phyi rol la12 gnas pa ma yin | gñi ga13 med pa la gnas pa ma yin | mig la gnas pa ma yin | rna ba la gnas pa (Q254a) ma yin | sna la gnas (N340b) pa ma yin | lce la gnas pa ma yin | lus la gnas pa ma yin | yid la gnas pa ma yin te | gnas pa ma yin | mi gnas pa ma yin | rgyun chad (L17b) pa ma yin | yul na gnas pa ma yin | phyogs na gnas pa ma yin | gzugs med pa |14 bstan du med pa | rnam par rig pa med pa | gzuṅ15 ba med pa | ’dre16 ba med pa | gźi med pa | dag pa |17 gtsaṅ18 ba | ’od gsal ba ste19 | sems daṅ 20 yid kyi rnam par rig pa de ni |21 kun nas ñon moṅs pa med pa | rnam par byaṅ ba med pa ste | de ni raṅ bźin gyis rnam par dag ciṅ |22 ’od gsal la |23 lus med pa’i phyir |24 kun nas ñon moṅs pa med ciṅ |25 rnam par byaṅ ba26 med do ||27
1. P: ins. | 2. PQ: dpa’ 3. P: om. | 4. DJNPQ: ins. | 5. DJNPQ: om. | 6. Q: sgra 7. P: ’dog 8. DNST: pags; P: lpag 9. P: om. ba 10. T: ins. pa 11. DJPQ: na 12. DJPQ: na 13. NS: gñis ka 14. P: om. | 15. L: gzuṅs; N: bzuṅ; P: gzugs 16. P: ’dri 17. PQ: om. | 18. L: tsaṅ; P: rtsaṅ 19. L: te 20. DJN: ins. | 21. DJNPQ: om. | 22. DJNPQ: om. | 23. DJNQ: om. | 24. PQ: om. | 25. DJNPQ: om. | 26. LPST: dag pa for byaṅ ba 27. J: | for ||
Chi: Dharmarakṣa 竺法護 (314 A.D.), T.817 818c26-819a8
Chi: Narendrayaśas 那連提耶舍 (583 A.D.), T.818 827b4-13
Tib: Braarvig (forthcoming)
Further, sister, the experience in thoughts, mind and consciousness by which exist intention, the thoughts of consciousness and the experince in thought and consciousness, does not abide in the hair, not in the hair on the body, not in the cuticle, not in the skin, not in the flesh, not in the blood, not in the bones, not in the sinews, not in the marrow, not inside, not outside, not in neither of them, not in the eye, not in the ear, not in the nose, not in the tongue, not in the bod, not in the mind, does not abide, does not not abide, it is not discontinuity, does not abide in an area, not in any direction (punar aparaṃ bhagini yayā cittamanovijñānavijñaptyā cetanā vijñānacittam manovijñānavijñaptiḥ sā na keśe tiṣṭhati, na rome tiṣṭhati, na chavau tiṣṭhati, na tvaci tiṣṭhati, na māṃse tiṣṭhati, na rudhire tiṣṭhati, na asthau tiṣṭhati, na naharau(?Mvy) tiṣṭhati, na majjāyāṃ tiṣṭhati, nādhyātme tiṣṭhati, na bāhye tiṣṭhati, na nobhaye tiṣṭhati, na cakṣuṣi tiṣṭhati, na śrotre tiṣṭhati, na ghrāṇe tiṣṭhati, na jihvāyāṃ tiṣṭhati, na kāye tiṣṭhati, na manasi tiṣṭhati, na na tiṣṭhati, nāvacchedaḥ, na gocare tiṣṭhati, na deśe tiṣṭhati), it is without form, not possible to demonstrate, beyond experience, ungraspable, unmixed, without basis, pure, clean and brilliant (arūpiny anirdeśyāvijñaptir agrahyā niḥsaṃsargānāśrayā śuddhā śuciḥ prabhāsvarā); that experience in thoughts and mind is beyond the impurity of vices and also beyond purity (sā cittamanovijñaptir asaṃkliṣṭānavadātā), it is since it is without body in being essentially pure and brilliant that it beyond the impurity of vices and also beyond purity (sā svabhāvena viśuddhaprabhāsvare ’śarīratvād asaṃkliṣṭānavadātā).
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