The Great Treatise on the Stages of the Path to Enlightenment: Lam Rim Chen Mo
This volume contains a presentation of the two most important topics to be found in the Great Treatise: meditative serenity and supramundane insight into the nature of reality.
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absence of intrinsic accept achieve serenity afflictions analyze appear apprehend arguments arise Aryadeva assert Atisha attention autonomous Bhavaviveka bodhisattvas Buddhapalita Candrakirti's Clear Words Candrakirti's Commentary cause Chapter chariot cited at LRCM claim concentration conception contradict conventional consciousness cultivate cyclic existence dependent-arising eliminate empty of intrinsic equipoise essential or intrinsic essentialists essentially existent established explained faults Four Hundred Stanzas Hence Hinayana intrinsic character Kamalasila's karma lack intrinsic existence lack intrinsic nature lam rim laxity and excitement Madhyamikas Mahayana Mahayana Sutras MAVbh meditation on emptiness meditative serenity meditative stabilization mental Middle mind Nagarjuna's Fundamental Treatise nirvana non-mistaken nonexistent object of meditation object of negation pa'i path Perfection of Wisdom person phenomena pliancy position pratyekabuddhas production reality reason Reply scriptures seedling sensory consciousnesses serenity and insight Stages of Meditation Svatantrika syllogism Tathagata teaching tetralemma texts things tion trinsic true existence ultimate understand valid cognition Vallee Poussin 1970b