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 +======= Wheel of Sharp Weapons by Dharmarakshita ======
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 +[[Wheel of Sharp Weapons]] by [[Dharmarakshita]]
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 +[[Translation]] Jampa Ignyen
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 +====== THE WHEEL OF SHARP WEAPONS ======
 +
 +I pay [[homage]] to the [[Three Jewels]].
 +
 +(This text is) called the [[wheel of sharp weapons]]
 +
 +striking the very core 1 of the enemy.
 +
 +I pay homage to the great 2 [[Wrathful One]],
 +
 +the enemy of the [[Lord of Death]] 3.
 +
 +----
 +====== Verse 1: ======
 +[[Verse]] 1 ([[Shloka]] 1):
 + 
 +Peacocks roam 4 in forests of deadly poison 5,
 +
 +even when beautiful 6 gardens of [[medicinal plants]] (exist).
 +
 +The flocks of peacocks take no joy 7 (in such gardens),
 +
 +for thriving 8 on deadly [[poison]] is the way 9 of peacocks.
 +
 +----
 +====== Verse 2: ======
 +
 +Similarly, the brave enter the forest of [[samsara]],​
 +
 +though beautiful 10 gardens of [[bliss]] and [[happiness]] exist.
 +
 +The brave do not become [[attached]] (to such gardens),
 +
 +(for [[abiding]]) in forests of [[suffering]] is the way 11 of [[Bodhisattva]]s.
 +
 +
 +----
 +====== Verse 3: ======
 +
 +Because we long for 12 bliss and happiness,
 +
 +we are led 13 to [[suffering]] 14 by the power of [[wp>​cowardice]] 15.
 +
 +[[Bodhisattva]]s who [[take on suffering]],​
 +
 +are always blissful through the [[strength]] of [[wp>​bravery]].
 +
 +----
 +====== Verse 4: ======
 +
 +For that (Bodhisattva) and this 16 ([[tantric]] [[practitioner]])
 +
 +[[attachment]] is like a forest of deadly [[poison]]
 +
 +in which (only) the brave, like peacocks, thrive 17.
 +
 +It would be [[death]] 18 to cowards, like crows.
 +
 +----
 +====== Verse 5: ======
 +
 +How can those who are [[self]]ish 19 thrive on this poison?
 +
 +When [[affliction]]s and other similar (states) combine20,
 +
 +that would sever21 the possibility of [[liberation]] 22
 +
 +for those like crows.
 +
 +
 +----
 +====== Verse 6: ======
 +
 +Therefore Bodhisattvas who are like peacocks,
 +enter the forest of samsara and mix with23 nutrients24,​
 +afflictions which are like a forest of poison.
 +In taking on25 (afflictions) they destroy26 their poison.
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 +Now (we wander) without control (in) samsara,
 +(through) this demonic messenger27 of self grasping.
 +We should separate28 from the experience of selfishness29 and desire for happiness30,​
 +(and) take on31 the difficult practice of other’s purpose.
 +3
 +8
 +(We suffer) through being driven32 by karma and through familiarity33 with affliction.
 +(Now) we should gather34 to ourselves the sufferings and desire for happiness,
 +of diverse beings35 of similar type36 (to myself).
 +9
 +Whenever we enter this tangle37 of selfishness38,​
 +we should reverse39 it and give migrators our bliss and happiness.
 +In that way when near ones40 act against41 us,
 +our hearts are uplifted42 reflecting: ‘this is due to (such) distraction’43.
 +10
 +When my body aches and I cannot bear it,
 +it is through delivering44 harm45 to the bodies of migrators.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall take on46 all (their) sickness without exception.
 +11
 +When suffering occurs within my mind,
 +it is definitely through agitating the mental continuums of others.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall take on47 all (their) suffering48 without exception.
 +12
 +When we are strongly oppressed by hunger49 and thirst50,
 +it is through acting with avarice, (committing) fraud51 and theft52.
 +This is the weapon of negative actions returning,
 +now I shall take on all (their) hunger and thirst without exception.
 +13
 +When powerless, used by others53 and tormented54,​
 +it is through hating those who are inferior and using them as slaves55.
 +This is the weapon of negative actions returning,
 +now I shall use56 my body and life for the purpose of others.
 +14
 +Whenever I hear unpleasant57 words,
 +it is through the faults58 of speech such as slander etc..
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall discard59 the errors of speech.
 +15
 +When we are born in an impure land,
 +it is through continuously meditating60 on impure appearance.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall meditate on pure appearance alone.
 +16
 +When we are separated61 from friends who benefit and love62 us,
 +it is through oneself dividing63 others from their circle of friends64.
 +4
 +This is the weapon of negative actions returning,
 +now I shall not separate others from their friends65.
 +17
 +(When) no holy being66 likes67 me,
 +it is through casting aside68 holy beings and relying on evil circles of friends69.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall abandon (association with) evil friends70.
 +18
 +When through over or underestimation71 we are (blamed) for the negatives72 of others,
 +it is through myself disparaging73 holy beings.
 +This is the weapon of negative actions returning,
 +now, through over or underestimation,​ I shall not disparage others.
 +19
 +When the substance of (our) daily necessities74 is spoiled75,
 +it is though deprecating76 the daily necessities of others.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall provide77 the daily necessities of others.
 +20
 +When (our) mind has no joy78 and there is no clarity79 in (our) heart,
 +it is through accumulating negativities80 in other lives.
 +This is the weapon of negative actions returning,
 +now I shall abandon the conditions81 (supporting) the negativities of others.
 +21
 +When (our) actions are not accomplished and (our) mind is agitated82 to the root,
 +it is through creating interruptions83 to holy actions.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall abandon all interruptions.
 +22
 +When whatever I do does not please my guru,
 +it is through acting hypocritically84 to holy dharma.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall diminish85 (my) hypocrisy.
 +23
 +When every being contradicts86 us,
 +it is through despising shame and consideration.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall refrain87 from that which is inappropriate88.
 +24
 +When disagreement89 occurs immediately our circle of friends gathers90,
 +it is through inflicting91 our evil, negative temperament92 on others.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now93 I shall act with good temperament94 to everyone.
 +5
 +25
 +When all those considered dear95 rise as enemies,
 +it is through entertaining96 evil thoughts97 within.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall diminish98 deceit and pretension99.
 +26
 +When ill100 through interferences101,​ or gout102,
 +it is through lack of ethics103, theft104, and negligence with wealth105.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall abandon misappropriating (other’s) wealth106 etc..
 +27
 +When sudden illness107 or infectious disease108 strike109 one’s body,
 +it is through the degeneration110 of one’s words of commitment111.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall abandon these non-virtuous actions.
 +28
 +When one’s intellect is confused112 to all objects of awareness,
 +it is through (treating) dharma as something worthy to put aside113.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall meditate114 on wisdom (derived from) hearing etc..
 +29
 +When practicing115 dharma and I am oppressed116 with sleep,
 +it is through accumulating obscurations117 to holy dharma.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now for the purpose of dharma I shall practice that which is difficult 118.
 +30
 +When greatly distracted through taking joy in afflictions,​
 +it is through not meditating119 on impermanence and the disadvantages of samsara.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall develop120 disappointment121 with samsara.
 +31
 +When whatever122 one does declines123 or fails124,
 +it is through deprecating125 karma and causation.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall strive126 in patient action127 etc..
 +32
 +Whenever the performance of ceremonies128 goes wrong129,
 +it is through placing our hopes130 in black practices131.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall stop132 (my reliance on) black practices.
 +6
 +33
 +When requests to the three Jewels are not fulfilled133,​
 +it is through not having conviction134 in the Buddha135.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall rely on the three Jewels alone.
 +34
 +When weakness136 and strokes137 (occur), and evil spirits arise138,
 +it is through accumulating negativities related to deities139 and mantra.
 +This is the weapon of negative actions returning,
 +now I shall annihilate all preconception140.
 +35
 +When, beyond our control, we are forced141 to roam,
 +it is through displacing142 (our) gurus etc. from (their) abodes.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall not evict143 anyone from their home144.
 +36
 +When undesired (events) such as frost145 and hail etc. occur,
 +it is through not properly guarding our words of commitment146 and ethics147.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall purify148 my words of commitment etc..
 +37
 +When we are poor149 yet with great attachment to possessions150,​
 +it is through not giving or making offerings to the (three) Jewels.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall put effort into making offerings151.
 +38
 +When our circle of friends152 condemn153 our appearance154 as ugly,
 +it is through (making) ugly155 statues156 and being consumed157 by anger.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall raise (beautiful) images158 and lengthen159 my temper160.
 +39
 +When agitated161 by attachment and hatred no matter what we do,
 +it is through obstinately162 engaging163 inappropriate164 and evil states165.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall expel166 from the root167 this obstinate one168.
 +40
 +When whatever we do169 doesn’t achieve170 our goal171,
 +it is through deeply entering172 inferior view173.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now whatever I do I shall do for the purpose of others.
 +7
 +41
 +When our continuums are not tamed174 though we train175 in virtue,
 +it is through taking on176 the vanity177 of this life.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall hold fast178 to the desire for liberation.
 +42
 +When we examine179 and regret what we have just done180,
 +it is through shamelessly181 pursuing182 new friends183 of high status184.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall be careful185 in the way186 I make friends with anyone187.
 +43
 +When we are deceived188 by the deceit and pretense189 of others,
 +it is through pride and having190 excessive desire191.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall lessen my desire for everything192.
 +44
 +When attachment and hatred193 accompanies194 what we hear or say195,
 +it is through not contemplating196 in our heart the errors of demons197.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall abandon counter conditions through analysis198.
 +45
 +When all our good actions199 go wrong200,
 +it is through wrongly dealing with201 all repayment of kindness202.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall treat with great respect203 the repayment of kindness.
 +46
 +In brief (when) undesired (events) suddenly occur204,
 +it is like a blacksmith killed by his own sword.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now I shall be diligent205 in (avoiding) negative action206.
 +47
 +(When) we experience suffering in evil migrations207,​
 +it is like an archer208 killed by his own arrows.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now209 I shall be diligent in (avoiding) negative action.
 +48
 +(When) the sufferings of homelife210 suddenly befall one211,
 +it is like a cherished212 son killing his mother and father.
 +This is the weapon of negative action returning,
 +now it is appropriate that I always (seek) ordination213.
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 +49
 +Convinced of this, I shall seize214 my enemy.
 +I shall seize this deceptive thief in ambush215.
 +I shall seize216 this deceiver disguised as me217.
 +Oh self grasping is this, sever all doubt218.
 +50
 +Now (Yamantaka) turn the wheel of action above219,
 +wrathfully220 turn it three times above.
 +(Your) legs parted are the two truths,
 +(your) eyes open are method and wisdom.
 +51
 +Bare221 your fangs222 of the four strengths223,​
 +and strike224 this enemy.
 +(You are) also the king of mantra,
 +who oppresses225 the enemy.
 +52
 +We are out of control226 in the forest of samsara,
 +pursued by227 the weapons of (our negative) actions.
 +Subdue228 this brutal one229 called the evil demon230 of self grasping,
 +degenerating what is holy231, ruining232 self and others.
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 +Subdue him , subdue him, wrathful enemy of the Lord of Death.
 +Beat him, beat him233, strike234 the heart of the enemy self.
 +Dance235 on the head of this ruinous236 conception.
 +Slay237 the heart of this slaughtering238 enemy self.
 +54
 +HUM, HUM, Great Deity produce miraculous powers.
 +DZA, DZA, bind fast this enemy.
 +PHAT PHAT, Great Lord over Death please liberate us239.
 +DESTROY, DESTROY240, sever the knot of grasping.
 +55
 +Come forth241 (Great) Deity, wrathful enemy of the Lord of Death,
 +this sack242 of five poisons of karma and affliction
 +is stuck243 in the mire of samsaric action.
 +Cut it loose, cut it loose244, separate245 me from it right now.
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 +Though we are carried246 to suffering in the three bad migrations,
 +not knowing the terror247 we pursue248 (its) cause.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +9
 +57
 +We have little effort for establishing our highest expectations249.
 +We have many activities250 we never carry251 to their end252.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +58
 +We have great desire for happiness but do not accumulate its causes.
 +We have little (desire for) hardship253 but ferociously pursue254 (our) evil desires255.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +59
 +We have great (desire for) new friends, but lacking consideration256 (friendship) does not
 +endure257.
 +We have great desire for food258 (etc.), but frantically seek259 these through stealing260.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +60
 +We are expert261 in flattery262 and innuendo263 but (suffer) great despair264.
 +Though cautious265 with our hoard of money266 we are bound by avarice267.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
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 +We have done little for others268 but we greatly brag269.
 +We have no accomplishments270 yet we have great conceit271.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
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 +We have many masters272 but take little responsibility273 for our words of commitment274.
 +We have many students but do little for their benefit275 or care276.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +63
 +We have many commitments277 but we have little practice of benefit278 to others.
 +We have great fame279 yet when examined280 even spirits and the divine are embarrassed281.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +64
 +We have heard few282 (teachings) but greatly boast283 of our description of emptiness284.
 +We have little (knowledge of) scripture285 but apply that to everything286.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +10
 +65
 +We have many attendants287 but no one takes responsibility288.
 +We have many masters289 but lack support290 or protection.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +66
 +We have high status291 but our qualities are less than a spirit292.
 +We are great gurus but our attachment and hatred are coarser293 than a demons294.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +67
 +We have high views295 but our behaviour296 is worse than a dogs.
 +We have many qualities but cast to the wind their foundation297.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +68
 +Every298 hatred and desire enters our inner being299.
 +Everything crooked and deceitful300 we meaninglessly attribute301 to others
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +69
 +We wear saffron robes302 but make requests303 to guardian protector spirits304.
 +We take vows but our behaviour305 conforms306 with (the actions of) demons307.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +70
 +Our bliss and happiness is bestowed by the divine but we make offerings308 to ferocious
 +spirits309.
 +Our Guide bestows dharma310 (on us) but we deceive the (three) Jewels.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +71
 +Though we always live in monasteries311 we are carried away312 by distraction.
 +We request313 holy dharma in temples314 but (instead) practice315 (the art of) divination316.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +72
 +We forsake317 ethics and liberation318 and hold to (the life) of a householder319.
 +We pour away320 the water of bliss and happiness and pursue321 (further) suffering.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +11
 +73
 +We forsake322 the ford323 of liberation and roam324 to the ends of the earth325.
 +We have found326 this precious (human) body but (instead) establish hellish realms327.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +74
 +We leave aside328 the transformation dharma (brings) and engage329 in trade and profit330.
 +We cast aside331 our guru’s instruction332 and roam (other) cities and countries333.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +75
 +We store334 our own income335 and plunder336 (other’s) savings337.
 +We store our father’s inheritance338 and steal339 from others.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +76
 +Oh, we have little perseverance340 in meditation, but are keen341 for higher perception.
 +We have not attained342 the various paths, but meaninglessly rush about343.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +77
 +When (others) advise us344 to benefit us345, with a mind of hatred we hold them as an enemy.
 +When (others) deceive us by turning our head346, though heartless347 we hold348 them as kind.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +78
 +When (others) rely on349 us as family350, we disclose351 their heart’s secrets352 to their enemies.
 +When (others) are constant friends353, lacking consideration354 we take everything from
 +them355.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +79
 +We are bound by jealousy356 and no-one has grosser pre-conceptions357.
 +We are hard to befriend358 and continuously manifest359 bad temper360.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +80
 +When (others) place trust361 in us we don’t listen362, but going against them363 we deliver364
 +them harm.
 +When (others) agree365 we don’t concede366 but seek (further) argument367.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +12
 +81
 +We are unhappy with advice368 and are always difficult to associate with369.
 +We have much animosity370 and always tightly hold371 (to it).
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
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 +We eagerly put down those of high status372 and hold holy beings as enemies.
 +Since we have such great attachment we lust after373 young loves374.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +83
 +Since we discount375 long term376 (relations) we put former acquaintances behind us 377.
 +With great (desire for) new friends we put on an attractive appearance378.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +84
 +Since we have no higher perception we feign379 false380 (powers).
 +Since we have no compassion we insult381 those who trust us382.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +85
 +Since we have heard little, we prevaricate383 in all (circumstances)384.
 +Since we (have studied) few scriptures385,​ we generate wrong view towards everything386.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +86
 +Since we are familiar with attachment and hatred, we deprecate387 others in everything388.
 +Since we are familiar with jealousy we (always) over or underestimate389 others.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +87
 +We have not sought education390 and despise391 those with extensive (learning).
 +We do not rely on our guru’s (knowledge) and act to deprecate392 scripture393.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +88
 +We do not explain the canon, but falsely set out394 our own ideas395.
 +Though our vision396 is not purified397,​ our speech is highly critical398 (of others).
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +13
 +89
 +We do not criticize399 actions which are non-dharmic.
 +We offer (instead) various criticisms400 for (dharmic) explanation which is excellent
 +throughout.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +90
 +For abodes of shame we hold no shame.
 +For that not shameful we wrongly hold as shameful.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +91
 +That suitable to do, we don’t do in the least.
 +All that is inappropriate401 to do, we do.
 +Dance on the head of this ruinous conception.
 +Slay the heart of this slaughtering enemy self.
 +92
 +Oh destroyer of the demon402 of self view,
 +Strong Forceful One with the dharma body of a Sugata,
 +(take) the weapon mace403 of the primordial awareness of selflessness404
 +and without hesitation turn it three times above405.
 +93
 +Through ferocious means406 please expel407 this enemy.
 +Through great wisdom please annihilate408 this evil conception409.
 +Through great compassion please protect us from (evil) actions410.
 +Definitely, please act to destroy411 (this) self.
 +94
 +May all412 the suffering that exists for samsaric beings413,
 +definitely collect414 in this (my) grasping at a self.
 +May whatever afflictive five poisons exist415 for them416
 +definitely collect in this (my afflictions of) compatible type417.
 +95
 +If in this way, though we recognize without doubt
 +and with logic418, this root of all fault419 without exception,
 +should still420 a part of this grasping421 mock us422,
 +also please act to annihilate423 just this grasping424.
 +96
 +Now I shall place425 all blame426 on (this) one.
 +I shall meditate on the great kindness of other beings.
 +I shall take on in my continuum the unwanted (experience) of others.
 +I shall dedicate my root of virtue to all migrators.
 +14
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 +In that way by myself taking on the (negative) actions427,
 +committed in the three times and by the three doors of other migrators,
 +as a peacock possesses radiance428 from poison,
 +may (their) afflictions act to assist429 my enlightenment.
 +98
 +By giving430 my root of virtue to migrators,
 +and though holding to the liberation431 of all beings,
 +as a crow healed by medicine after eating poison,
 +may they quickly obtain (the state) of Sugata Buddhas432.
 +99
 +Until all those who have been my parents433 and I,
 +obtain enlightenment in the abode of Akani_˜ha,
 +we shall roam through karma in the six migrations,
 +may we hold each other434 as one with one mind.
 +100
 +At this time even for the purpose of one migrator,
 +I shall enter the three lower migrations.
 +Without decline435 of the conduct436 of great a bodhisattva,​
 +may I lead437 (others from) the suffering of lower migrations.
 +101
 +Immediately438 may those hell guardians,
 +generate discrimination439 of me as a guru.
 +May even (their) weapons become flowers,
 +and they be cooled440 by peace and bliss free of harm.
 +102
 +May also lower migrators obtain higher perception.
 +May they arise441 in human and divine bodies, and develop442 bodhicitta.
 +May they repay my kindness443 by being nourished444 by dharma.
 +May they rely (on me) through holding me as a guru.
 +103
 +At this time may all migrators to higher states445,
 +like myself, correctly446 meditate on selflessness.
 +In non-conceptually (comprehending) existence and peace447,
 +may we meditate on concentration equalizing (those).
 +104
 +In acting in this way, this enemy448 will be destroyed449.
 +In acting in this way, preconception450 will be destroyed.
 +Through becoming familiar with selflessness (through) non-conceptual primordial awareness,
 +why won’t we obtain the cause, and the result of the Dharma body?
 +15
 +105
 +Ah, all these (objects) are dependent arisings.
 +(Since) they rely451 on dependent arising, they are not self created452.
 +(Since) they transform into this or that453 they are false appearance, an illusion.
 +Like a fire brand they are the reflection of appearance.
 +106
 +Like a plantain tree454, life-force has no pith455.
 +Like a bubble456, life-span has no pith457.
 +Like a haze458 (objects) dissipate459 when approached460.
 +Like a mirage they are attractive461 from a distance462.
 +107
 +Like a reflection in a mirror, they appear as if true463.
 +Like a cloud or mist464 they appear as if they abide465.
 +Like this slaughtering enemy self466, they appear as if they exist467,
 +but their existence has never been experienced.
 +108
 +They appear as if true but their truth has never been experienced468.
 +They appear as if they appear469 but they are objects beyond over and under-estimation470.
 +For them, what wheel of karma exists?
 +109
 +Though in that way (objects) are without essence,
 +just as the mandala of the moon appears in water471,
 +karma and its result variously manifest472 (in the) deceptive (world),
 +and we should practice virtue and reject non-virtue473 within this mere appearance.
 +110
 +When fire at the end of the aeon blazes474 like an object in a dream,
 +terror475 of heat476 (arises) though it is without essence.
 +Similarly, though the hell realms etc. are without essence,
 +through fear of being boiled and burnt477 we act to abandon them.
 +111
 +When confused478 by fever, though darkness does not fall,
 +it is as though we are falling479 into a deep pit480 and suffocating481.
 +Similarly since ignorance etc.482 have no essence,
 +confusion483 is eliminated by the three wisdoms.
 +112
 +Though a musician plays melodies484 on a lute485
 +when analyzed it is confirmed there is no essence in this sound.
 +When not analyzed, a pleasant sound arises through the collection (of notes),
 +eliminating the heaviness486 of mind of beings.
 +113
 +Similarly, if karma and causation487 are thoroughly examined488,​
 +though one or many, they are without essence.
 +16
 +Dharmas are generated and destroyed in accordance with appearance,
 +(and) bliss and suffering are variously experienced as if they exist.
 +We should practice virtue and reject non-virtue within this mere appearance.
 +114
 +When a vase is filled by drops of water,
 +the first water drop does not fill the vase,
 +and489 each (drop) till the last etc., does not,
 +as the vase is filled by (their) dependent collection.
 +115
 +Similarly when the result: bliss or suffering is experienced,​
 +it is not (experienced) by the first moment of the cause,
 +also it is not (experienced) by the last moment etc.,
 +as the experience of bliss and suffering occurs through (their) dependent collection.
 +We should practice virtue and reject non-virtue within this mere appearance490.
 +116
 +Ah, without investigation (objects) seem attractive491
 +yet we confirm492 there is no pith493 within their appearance.
 +However, this dharma of (objects) appearing as if they exist,
 +is profound, and inferior (minds) have difficulty seeing it.
 +117
 +Now when equipoised in concentration,​
 +definitely what mere appearance exists?
 +What existence exists? Also what non-existence exists?
 +Also what assertion494 of being or not being exists?
 +118
 +When intelligence coursing495 in the fundamental state496
 +abides naturally497 and uncontrived498,​
 +without objects and the suchness of objects499,
 +free from practice and rejection, and free of elaboration500,​
 +one becomes a great being.
 +119
 +In that way by practicing501 relative and ultimate bodhicitta,
 +may we consummate without interruption the two collections,​
 +and obtain perfection502 of the two purposes.
 +17
 +1 gnad la dbab
 +2 Omitted in 2
 +3 Yamaraja (gshin rje gshed)
 +4 rgyu ba
 +5 btsan dug
 +6 legs mdzes
 +7 dga’ ba
 +8 bcud
 +9 ‘tsho ba
 +10 mdzes
 +11 ‘tsho
 +12 dang du len pa
 +13 skyel ba
 +14 sdug
 +15 1: sdar ma ; 2: bdar ma;
 +16 1: deng ‘dir; 2: da ‘dir
 +17 1:‘chun pa; 2: bchun pa
 +18 srog la mchi
 +19 rang ‘dod can
 +20 sbyar
 +21 ‘bab
 +22 thar pa’i srog
 +23 1: sbyar; 2: bsgyur
 +24 bcud
 +25 dang len
 +26 gzhom
 +27 bdud kyi pho nya
 +28 phar phral
 +29 rang ‘dod
 +30 1: ro; 2: bde
 +31 1: dang du byang/​blang;​
 +2: dang du blang ba
 +32 bdas
 +33 goms
 +34 spung pa
 +35 skye dgu
 +36 1:rigs; 2: ris
 +37 ‘khri ba
 +38 rang ‘dod
 +39 1: zlog; 2: zlag
 +40 ‘khor
 +41 1: log bsgrubs; 2: log sgrub
 +42 1: bsgreng; 2: sbreng
 +43 rang gi gyeng pas lan
 +44 1: bskyal ba yis; 2: skyal ba yi
 +45 gnod
 +46 1: blang; 2: blangs
 +47 1: blangs; 2: blangs
 +48 1: duh kha; 2: sdug bsngal
 +49 bkres
 +50 skom
 +51 1: khram; 2: khral
 +52 rku phrog
 +53 1: dbang med gzhan gyis ‘khol;
 +2: dbang po gzhan gyi ‘khor
 +54 mnar
 +55 bran du ‘khol
 +56 1: gzhan du ‘khol bar bya; 2: gzhan gyi don du ‘khol
 +57 mi snyan
 +58 1: nyes pa; 2: nangs pa
 +59 smad
 +60 bsgoms
 +61 bral
 +62 mdza’ ba
 +63 kha drangs
 +64 ‘khor
 +65 ‘khor
 +66 dam pa
 +67 1: mi dga’ na; 2: mi dga’ ba
 +68 bor ba
 +69 ‘khor ngan
 +18
 +70 ngan pa’i grogs
 +71 sgro skur
 +72 1: sdig gsog; 2: sdig sogs
 +73 smad pa
 +74 mkho ba: requisites
 +75 chud zos
 +76 khyad du gsad pa: having contempt
 +77 bsgrub
 +78 1: dga’; 2: gsal
 +79 1: gsal; 2: dga’
 +80 sdig
 +81 rkyen
 +82 1: dkrugs; 2: ‘khrug
 +83 bar chad byas
 +84 ngo lkog byas
 +85 chung ba
 +86 kha log
 +87 mdzem pa
 +88 1:mi rung ba; 2:mi bsrun pa
 +89 ‘gras pa
 +90 1: ‘khor tshogs ‘dus; 2: ‘khor rnams ‘dus
 +91 phyogs su btsong ba
 +92 1: sdug shis/gshis ngan pa
 +93 1: mi gzhi (=mi’i gshis ka); 2: mi shis
 +94 legs
 +95 nye tshad
 +96 bcug pa
 +97 bsam ngan
 +98 chung ba
 +99 mu skyo gyu nam = gyo sgyu
 +100 1: na ba; 2: ngan pa
 +101 1: bar gcod nad; 2: bad gcong skran (bad kan: phlegm; gcong: chronic disease; skran: tumour)
 +102 1: dmu chu (lus la chu bsags pa’i nad 2145); rmu chu (=dmu chu)
 +103 khrims med
 +104 ‘bags pa
 +105 dkor la bag med
 +106 1: dkor ‘phrog; sgo ‘phrog
 +107 glo bur
 +108 gos nad
 +109 thebs
 +110 nyams
 +111 dam tshig
 +112 rmongs
 +113 bzhag tu ‘od pa
 +114 1: bsgom; 2: goms
 +115 spyod pa
 +116 non pa
 +117 sgrib ba
 +118 dka’ ba spyad pa
 +119 bsgoms
 +120 1: ches ba; 2: che ba
 +121 yid byung
 +122 1: ji ltar; 2: ci tsug
 +123 mar ‘gror
 +124 shor ba
 +125 khyad du bsad
 +126 ‘bad
 +127 1: bzod las sogs; 2: bsod nams gsog
 +128 rim gro byas tshad
 +129 log song
 +130 re ltos byas
 +131 nag phyogs
 +132 bzlog pa
 +133 thebs
 +134 yid ches
 +135 sangs rgyas pa
 +136 1: nyams sdig; 2: rnam rtog
 +137 grib
 +138 gdon du langs
 +139 lha
 +140 1: rnam rtogs; 2: ngan rtogs
 +19
 +141 1: dbang mi thob par byed su; 2: dbang med mi ltar rjes su
 +142 bskrad pa
 +143 dbyung
 +144 yul
 +145 sad
 +146 dam tshig
 +147 1: tshul khrims; 2: khrims rnams
 +148 gtsang
 +149 1: phongs pa; 2: ‘phongs pa
 +150 1: ‘dod pa can la ‘byor ba; 2: ‘dod pa che la ‘byor ba
 +151 1: mchod sbyin las la brtson par bya; 2: mchod sbyin dag la brtson par bya
 +152 ‘khor
 +153 rnyas
 +154 skye gzugs (birth form)
 +155 1: ngan te; 2: ngan bzhengs (raise)
 +156 sku gzugs
 +157 1: bsregs; 2: dkrugs (stirred)
 +158 lha bzhengs
 +159 ring ba
 +160 ngang rgyud
 +161 ‘khrug
 +162 rengs su
 +163 bcug
 +164 ma rungs
 +165 rgyud ngan
 +166 dbyung
 +167 drung nas
 +168 1: rengs khyod; 2: nga khyod
 +169 sgrub
 +170 song
 +171 dmigs
 +172 1: khong du zhugs pa; 2: khog tu zhugs pa
 +173 1: lta ba dman pa; 2: lta ba ngan pa
 +174 thul
 +175 sbyor
 +176 dang du blang ba
 +177 che thabs (nga rgyal 818)
 +178 bsgrim
 +179 brtags
 +180 1: ‘dug ma thag la; 2: ‘dun ma dag la (pure aspirations)
 +181 khrel med
 +182 ‘grims pa
 +183 gsar ‘grogs
 +184 mtho ga
 +185 gzab
 +186 lugs
 +187 1: yongs la; 2: gang la’ang
 +188 bslus
 +189 mus skyo=gyo sgyu
 +190 lan
 +191 ltogs ‘dod che ba
 +192 gang la’ang
 +193 chags ldang
 +194 1: grogs su song ba; 2: gyas su song ba
 +195 nyan bshad
 +196 bsam
 +197 bdud
 +198 brtags
 +199 bzang byas
 +200 1: ngan du log pa; 2: ngan du song ba
 +201 log par gzhal ba
 +202 drin lan
 +203 spyi bos blang ba (raise to my crown)
 +204 thog tu bab pa
 +205 bag yod
 +206 ldig las
 +207 1: ngan song rnams su duhkha; 2: ngan song gnas su sdug bngal
 +208 mda’ mkhan
 +209 1: da; 2: de bas
 +210 khyim
 +211 thog tu bab
 +20
 +212 bskyangs pa
 +213 rab tu byung ba
 +214 zin
 +215 ‘jabs nas
 +216 1: bdag gis zin; 2: zog po ni
 +217 rang du rdzus nas
 +218 1: the tshom gcod; the tshom med
 +219 klad la
 +220 khros
 +221 btsigs pa
 +222 che ba
 +223 stobs bzhi. Or the four opponent powers
 +224 bsnun (=rdeg: strike)
 +225 gzir
 +226 rang dbang
 +227 thogs nas rgyugs pa
 +228 khug
 +229 gdug rstub can
 +230 ‘gong po
 +231 dam nyams
 +232 ‘phung du ‘jug
 +233 rgyog (imperitive of gyab and refering to bsnun pa)
 +234 bsnun (=rdeg: strike)
 +235 chems se chem
 +236 ‘phung byed
 +237 ma ra ya
 +238 gshed ma
 +239 1: ‘chi bdag chen pos; 2: ‘ching ba thams cad
 +240 1: shig; 2: bshig
 +241 tshur byon
 +242 rkyal pa
 +243 sbyor
 +244 shag shag
 +245 dbral ba
 +246 bskyal
 +247 1: byed; 2: bred
 +248 rgyug
 +249 ‘dod thag nye la
 +250 bya byed
 +251 ‘khyol
 +252 mtha’
 +253 sdug sran
 +254 rngams sems che
 +255 ‘dod nag
 +256 khrel gzhung (gzhan khrel dogs kyi ‘dzem bag)
 +257 phyi thag chung
 +258 1: lto dung che la; 2: lto ‘dun che la
 +259 tshol ‘khro#
 +260 rku ‘phrog
 +261 mkhas
 +262 kha gsag
 +263 gzhog slong (one of the five wrong livelihoods:​ praising articles to obtain them2431)
 +264 zhe mug che (zhe=the mind; + mug=despair
 +265 rem
 +266 bsdu b/gzog
 +267 ser sna
 +268 kun
 +269 sdug yus
 +270 khyer kha
 +271 rnam po che
 +272 slob dpon
 +273 khur shes
 +274 dam tshig
 +275 phan ‘dogs
 +276 1:skyong ran ngan; 2: ksyang ran chung
 +277 khas blangs
 +278 nyams len
 +279 snyan pa
 +280 brtags
 +281 lha ‘dres khrel
 +282 1: thos pa chung la; 2: thos rgya chung la
 +21
 +283 rbad kham (kha ham dang ‘ud shob 2010; kha shob)
 +284 stong skad
 +285 lung brgya
 +286 1: mi rtag dgu la rtog; 2: mi gtogs dgu la gtogs
 +287 ‘khor gyog
 +288 ‘khur mkhan
 +289 dpon po
 +290 1: rgyab rten; 2: rgyab bsten
 +291 1: go sa che; 2: go sa mtho
 +292 ‘dre
 +293 rtsub
 +294 bdud
 +295 lta ba mtho ba
 +296 spyod
 +297 1: yon tan gzhi ma tham cad rlung la shor: 2: yon tan mang la gzhi ma rlung la shor
 +298 kun
 +299 1: phugs su bcug; 2: phugs su zhugs
 +300 gyogs skor (gyog=crooked scd237, kyog kyog=’khyog po; skor= turn (one’s head))
 +301 byed
 +302 ngur smrig
 +303 zhu
 +304 bsrung skyob ‘dre
 +305 spyod lam
 +306 bstun
 +307 bdud
 +308 mchod
 +309 1: gdug ‘dre; 2: sdug ‘dre
 +310 chos kyis byed
 +311 dgon pa
 +312 khyer
 +313 zhus
 +314 gtsug lag
 +315 skyong Root 38
 +316 mo bon
 +317 bor
 +318 1: thar pa; 2: thar lam
 +319 1:khang khyim ‘dzin; 2: pho khyim ‘dzin
 +320 1: bor nas; 2: ‘pho nas
 +321 1: snyeg; 2:bsnyags
 +322 bor
 +323 ‘jug ngog
 +324 ‘grim
 +325 sa mtha’
 +326 rnyed
 +327 dmyal khams
 +328 bzhag nas
 +329 bsgrub
 +330 tshong khe
 +331 1: bor nas; 2: bzhag nas
 +332 1: chos ra; chos grwa
 +333 grong yul
 +334 bzhag
 +335 1: rang gi ‘tsho ba; 2: rang gi rang ‘tsho
 +336 ‘phrog
 +337 ‘du sgo (=yong sgo: livelihood, income)
 +338 1: kha zas; 2:pha zas
 +339 rku
 +340 sgom sran
 +341 rno
 +342 ma zin
 +343 rkang mgyogs
 +344 1: smra ba; 2: bslab pa
 +345 phan pas
 +346 mgo skor
 +347 snying med
 +348 1: ‘dzin; 2: gzo
 +349 1: brten na; 2: bsten na
 +350 nang mi
 +351 ‘chad
 +352 snying gtam
 +353 phebs par grogs
 +22
 +354 khrel med
 +355 glo (blo) snying rku (steal their heart and lungs)
 +356 ko long
 +357 rnam rtog su bas rags (who has grosser preconceptions??​)
 +358 ‘grogs
 +359 rgyun du slong
 +360 gshis ngan
 +361 1: bcol ba; 2: bcol na
 +362 mi nyan
 +363 1: bzlog nas; 2: lkog na
 +364 bskyel
 +365 1: btud na; 2: bstun na
 +366 ‘dud
 +367 1: rtsod pa tshol; 2: rtsod pa ‘tshang
 +368 bka’ blo
 +369 ‘grogs pa
 +370 phog thug
 +371 dam
 +372 1: mtho gnon che bas; 2: mtho dman che zhing
 +373 dang du len
 +374 gzhon nu
 +375 thung
 +376 phyi thag
 +377 1: sngar ‘dris rgyab tu bsgyur; 2: sngar ‘grogs rgyang du ‘phen
 +378 1: kha brod ‘dings; 2: kha drod gting [kha dro: auspicious, amiable; ‘dings: set down]
 +379 dang len
 +380 1: rdzun skur; 2: rdzun skyon
 +381 snying la brab
 +382 blo gtad
 +383 sbar tshod byed (sbar:
 +384 kun la
 +385 lung
 +386 yongs la
 +387 smod
 +388 yongs la
 +389 sgro skur
 +390 slob gnyer
 +391 khyad gsod
 +392 smod
 +393 lung
 +394 rdzun du sgrig
 +395 rang bzo
 +396 dag snang
 +397 ‘byongs
 +398 1: ‘‘bar sha mang; 2: ‘bar shar smra (=smod tshig)
 +399 smod
 +400 sun ‘byin
 +401 ma rigs
 +402 ‘gong po
 +403 byug tho
 +404 1: bdag med ye shes mtshon bya:
 +2: bdag med las kyi mtshon bya
 +405 klad la
 +406 rngam stabs
 +407 bsgral
 +408 gzhoms
 +409 rtog ngan
 +410 las la
 +411 brlag pa
 +412 1: mchis pa kun; 2: ci mchis pa
 +413 1: ‘khor ba sa; 2: ‘khor ba pa
 +414 1: spung pa; 2: dpungs pa
 +415 mchis
 +416 gang la
 +417 rigs mthun
 +418 rigs pa
 +419 1: res pa; 2: nyes pa
 +420 da dung
 +421 de yi kha ‘dzin
 +422 shags ‘debs
 +423 brlag
 +23
 +424 ‘dzin mkhan
 +425 gda’
 +426 le lan
 +427 bgyis pa
 +428 mdangs
 +429 grogs
 +430 sbyin
 +431 thar pa’i srog bzung
 +432 1: bde bar gshegs pa’i sangs rgyas thob; 2: bde gshegs sangs rgyas myur du thob
 +433 pha ma
 +434 phan tshun
 +435 nyams
 +436 spyod pa
 +437 drongs
 +438 de ma thag tu
 +439 1: ‘du shes; 2: ‘dur shes
 +440 1: bsil ba; 2: ‘phel ba
 +441 blang
 +442 bskyed
 +443 drin lan
 +444 1: gsos ‘gyur cig; 2: gzo bar shog
 +445 mtho ris
 +446 rab
 +447 1: zhi bde; 2: zhi ba
 +448 1: line missing; 2: dgra ‘di
 +449 choms
 +450 1: rnam rtog; 2: rnam rtog
 +451 1: ltos pa; 2: rtogs pa
 +452 rang tshugs
 +453 phar bsgyur tshur bsgyur
 +454 chu shing
 +455 snying po
 +456 sbug
 +457 This line does not occur in 1
 +458 khug sna
 +459 ‘jig
 +460 btud nas
 +461 mdzes pa
 +462 rgyang nas
 +463 bden bden
 +464 na bun
 +465 sdod sdod
 +466 dgra bdag gshed ma
 +467 yod yod
 +468 1: myongs; 2: byed
 +469 snang snang ‘dra ste
 +470 sgro skur
 +471 1: chu nang zla ba’i dkyil ‘khor shar ba ltar; 2: chu phor gang du zla ba’i ba’i gzugs brnyan shar
 +472 bkra
 +473 blang dor
 +474 1: la ma’i ba’i me ‘bar tshe;
 +2: bskal ba’i me ‘bar tshe
 +475 1: ‘jigs pa ltar; 2: ‘jigs skrag ltar
 +476 tsha
 +477 1: btsos sreg tshogs 2: btsos sreg sogs
 +478 ‘khrul
 +479 rgyu
 +480 1: lugs su; 2: phug su
 +481 ‘tshub pa
 +482 1: ma rig tshogs la; 2: ma rig sogs la
 +483 ‘khrul pa
 +484 glu
 +485 1: pi wang; 2: dgyes pa
 +486 gdung ba
 +487 rgyu ‘bras
 +488 1: dpyad pa; 2: spyad pa
 +489 1: shing; 2: bzhin
 +490 This line does not occur in 1
 +491 nyams dga’
 +492 mod
 +493 snying po
 +24
 +494 dam bca’
 +495 ngang du
 +496 gnyug ma ngang du
 +497 lhan ne
 +498 bcos
 +499 1: yul gyi; 2: yul can
 +500 spros
 +501 spyad
 +502 phun sum tshog
 +
  
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