Methods of achieving the paths: stages of philosophical and ethical development according to the Madhyamika Svatantrika School of Buddhism : Tibetan text and translation
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abandoned Abhidharma achieved during meditation achieves excellent insight actual nature Arhat Bodhisattva achieves Bodhisattva level Bodhisattva's Path Buddha conducive deductive perception definition developed from study entities are held Four Noble Truths four stages further be classified Geshe Tharchin grasping to true greater-greater mental-affliction obstacles ideas wherein objects independent self-existence initial direct perception initial liberation knowledge achieved lack of independent lack of self-existence lesser-lesser Listener's Path lower Path Madhyamika Mahayana Individual mental continuum mental obstacles merit and wisdom nature of existence non-judgemental obstacles to knowledge particular object Path of Accumulation Path of Habituation path of initial Path of Preparation path's corrective power perceived shunyata perception of shunyata phenomena/mastery instant Prasangika Rashi realized shunyata recollective perception Sermey Monastic University Solitary Victor Vehicle Solitary Victor's Path subsequent realization subsequent/knowledge subsequent/mastery instant Supreme Phenomenon stage Tantra Tibetan tion true independent existence true nature uninterrupted path Vaibhasika Vinaya voidness wherein objects concerned wherein subjects holding