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Yoga is training. So it is the very training, the absolute training of all trainings. View, the Basis Mipham summarizes it as follows:YDGD 3Ta6 Atiyoga ascertains that all phenomenal existents are pres ent from primordial time in the equalness nature of the Single Essence (Thig-Le Nyag-gChig), the self-arisen in trinsic wisdom. Although phenomena just appear before one’s m ind, the nature of appearances exists nowhere and they are false. The M ind dwells primordially in the na ture of three Buddha-bodies: the emptiness is the U lti mate Body (Dharmakdya), the clarity-nature is the Enjoy ment Body(Sambhogakdya), and the all-pervading compassion is the Manifested Body (Nirmanakdya).
For visualizations, in inner tantras the deities are in union with their consorts and in outer tantras they are not. For place, in outer tantras one perceives clean and beau tiful places such as palaces and the top of M t. Sumeru, etc, and in inner tantras one perceives cemeteries, the land of Oddiyana, and so on. For vessels, outer tantras use clean vessels made of precious metals and inner tantras mainly use skulls. For substances of enjoyment, in outer tantras one enjoys three white or pure substances, m ilk, butter, and curd, and three sweet substances, molasses, honey, and sugar.
Lhag-Pa’i bDen-Pa dByer-Med). , as clarity and freedom from objective aims, transcending mental conceptualizations. According to this view, the appearances (sNang-Ba) of phenomena, existence of relative truth, present primordiallv as the na ture of the three cycles, vajra body, vajra speech and vajra m ind (of the Buddha), while they are emptiness, are the “ superior relative truth” (Lhag-Pa’i Kun-rDzob). The in divisibility of emptiness (sTong-Pa-Syid), the non-existing nature, from the Buddha-bodies and primordial wisdoms is the “ superior absolute truth” (Lhag-Pa’i Don-Darn bDen-Pa).
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