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987 : S I 137. 14: Gilgit advert LXIII, 248b. 9«>e. g. three, nine, 12, thirteen, 14, 15, 19. -3 at P 134 (cf. P 89 and A ix 205); 12 at P 173-4, 263; five 137, 139 (P 45), five 604, 613, P fol. 592a; thirteen at S 137; 14 at P forty eight, ninety three, 134, 169, 191, 222, fol. 470,477b, 523a; A vii 171, xvii 331, 15 at P 39; 19 at P84, 198, 262, cf. P 39, 138, fol. 593b. iMMpp-s ch. forty eight, chuan 31, pp. 285b-296b. lûiVIII, 29. 102pp. 45-63. K»w. 8-18. l0 *Madhy-v-t. p. fifty eight : sarva-sūtrānta-abhisamdhi-vyākarana-artham. ! ° five pp. 95-6. 1O6 i. e. Mahāyānasamgraha ch. five, 1. Madhy-v-t. pp. 101-107. Siddhi pp. 639-660. unEssays hello, 222-228. 1Oi jñāna-sambhara H. 109 The quantity varies in several files. The Tibetan translation of S, for example, supplies 162. creation TO CHAPTERS 1-21 21 trances (see P 210), or a listing of three concentrations that are exact with the three doorways to freedom, i. e. the signless, vacancy, and the wishless (see P 208). within the beginnings of the Mahayana it grew to become ordinary to offer names to a manifold number of centred attentions on insights into elements of the reality, or even to the concomitants of being in a country of focus. those concentrations, quite innumerable, are stated to be sorts of the three doorways to freedom, a hundred and ten and so they belong to the aircraft of the 4th trance. 111 Lists of such concentrations appear to have been renowned within the first centuries of the Christian period. a couple of are pointed out within the physique of the Sutra, outdoors this bankruptcy. 112 Others are present in the Ashta,m the Saddharmapundarīka. 114 Samādhirājasūtra, Karunāpundarika115 and GuhyasamājaM6 The terminology utilized in this context has no longer but been scientifically explored. it truly is evidently esoteric, and calls for initiation by way of a Guru, which in its flip is expounded to rely on the advantage received some time past. CHI,Id. subsequent comes a survey of 21 practices, which represent the "equipment with the trail" in accordance with Haribhadra. so much of them are universal to all Buddhist faculties. As given the following they comply with a wide quantity with the traditions of either Theravādins and Sarvāstivādins. CHI,le. subsequent, the forty three, or forty two, 117 Dhāranī-doors. A dhāranī— from DHRI, to carry—is a verbal expression which allows to "bear in brain" a undeniable fact. it's a support to reminiscence, to lengthy meditation, and, additionally, like a mantra it encloses the mystical efficacy of the doctrine, and has energy to guard its consumer from chance. Mukha skill "door", the doorway to a fact, or to a facet of fact (dharmd), or it could possibly suggest the "aspect" itself. In Sanskrit, the vowel A is taken into account as inseparable from all consonants. a magical alphabet, the A-RA-PA-CA-NA, turned at a few unspecified time present in a few Buddhist circles. 118 It differs from the normal Sanskrit alphabet through the series of the letters, the omission of ñ and of all (i. e. 12) vowels other than A, and the inclusion of thirteen double consonants. the sort of, the letter YSA=Z, can't probably take place in HQMpp-s. chiian 28, 268a. Lamotte, Mahāyānasamgraha forty four. H2cf. M/>p-$434,472. 490-494, a later addition. i, 352-3. ln H6çhapter thirteen. —A checklist of 4 is located in Asanga's Mahāyānasamgraha (xii 3), and within the Siddhi (p.