By Lotsawa Kawa Paltseg, Thubten K. Rikey, Andrew Ruskin
In English (with a few textual content in Tibetan Landuage)
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After one is born amongst the deities without discrimination, one extirpates the instabilities of the mind and mental factors. As a result of absorption without discrimination, one is born on the level of 'great fruit'. At first, one has discrimination. As a result of one's previous efforts, one's discrimination becomes ever more subtle until it is finally eradicated. Then one has extraordinary concentration. All of the six consciousnesses have been extirpated. The life faculty is that which stays with one throughout the length of one's life.
The above-mentioned t\venty factors and the secondary afflictive emotions are all afflictive emotions. Purification refers to the antidote to tbe afflictive emotions, which is their abandonment. NOLOGIES 51 understanding of depen de nt a rising. ssness. B. ,·~·:::~· 2) ~ ... A NUAL OF KEY BUDDHIST TERMS accompany the realizations one obtains when one engages in close contemplation o( phenomena. These realizations are the awareness that the aff1 ictive emotions are not conducive \vith a pure practice, and that purification is the antidote to them, which requires their abandonment.