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Tantra of the highest peak of the views of Avalokiteshvara

Tantra of the highest peak of the views of Avalokiteshvara

    Praise to Avalokitesvara!
    Teacher Padmasambhava, having realized [attaining realization] the holder of life in the Maratika cave, seeing the face of the enlightened Amitabha, asked:
    - A true perfect Enlightened One, possessing knowledge and foundation! Sugata, the pacifier of creatures! You eliminate the suffering of six classes of beings, living beings of three spheres (being)! What is the highest peak of all teachings - the thoughts of Mahakarunika!
    The first chapter - demonstrating the name of the essential teachings.

    The enlightened Amitabha said:
    - These are the six syllables that sound "Om Ma Ni Padme Hum".
    Om is the highest reality, the original natural state, uncreated nature as the basis of cyclic existence and nirvana.
    Ma is the basis of arising. Since it is generated as a Mother, then having appeared due to misunderstanding in cyclic existence, you wander from beginningless times.
    Ni is primordial wisdom. As the highest reality, it embraces all living beings, no matter how they are scattered. It is ubiquitous. If you understand what is present in yourself, then you will one day manifest the liberation of the mind. Having accomplished this, you will strive from the cyclical existence [to the state of] an enlightened one.
    Pad - you comprehend cyclic existence as the circulation of your own mind and [thereby] break the thread of cyclic existence. Seeing the mind as empty, you cut off the flow of birth in cyclic existence.
    Me is the fire that burns the tree of cyclic existence. Since the five poisons of obscurations-kleshas, ​​being the cause of cyclic existence, are burned up by the fire of luminous primordial wisdom, the five poisons are destroyed in the sphere [of the highest reality].
    Hum is the unchanging highest reality, heart-mind. The mind of living beings and the mind of the Enlightened One are inseparable. He is enlightened in the body of the Teaching, the great emptiness, the true sphere [of the highest reality].
    Padmasambhava, nirmanakaya! Only by comprehending the essence of the six syllables of Avalokiteshvara, you will be Enlightened.
    The second chapter - the essential natural state.

    Padmasambhava, nirmanakaya, asked:
    The true perfect Enlightened One! Omniscient! Why is the mind of Avalokiteshvara inseparable from the minds of sentient beings?
    He asked this and the enlightened Amitabha replied:
    Om - Great Bliss, the highest reality, self-arising primordial wisdom, the mind of Avalokiteshvara. Since it abides everywhere and without fixation, because of the absence of fixation in anything and [presence] of luminosity, it even captures mine. This is the introduction to inseparability.
    Ma is the mind of Avalokiteshvara, great bliss, supreme reality, self-arising primordial wisdom. Since she is in an unthinkable nature, then my mind is luminous by nature without the need to [add] anything. This is an introduction to inseparability from it without fixation [on anything].
    Ni is the mind of Avalokiteshvara, great bliss, supreme reality, self-arising primordial wisdom. Since it rests in the nature of perceiving something, even my mind is perceived by the force of nature as an essence without grasping. This is the introduction to inseparability from the non-clinging state.
    Pad is the mind of Avalokiteshvara, great bliss, the highest reality, self-arising primordial wisdom. Since it abides in nature without clinging to anything, even my mind abides without clinging and being clear by the power of nature as nature without abiding. This is the introduction to the non-duality of mind and mind.
    Me - the mind of Avalokiteshvara, great bliss, the highest reality, self-arising primordial wisdom. Since it rests everywhere in nature outside the mind, even my mind is without clinging being clear in nature (emerging) from the essence of no-mind that is everywhere. This is an introduction to the inseparability of mind and mind.
    Hum is the mind of Avalokiteshvara, great bliss, the highest reality, self-arising primordial wisdom. Since it dwells in the nature of non-concept, whatever has arisen, even my mind rests in the nature of non-concept. And therefore rests in the nature of clarity without clinging. This is an introduction to the inseparability of mind and mind.
    If you combine all the instructions here, then
    Om - no fixation.
    Ma is the inconceivability of anything.
    Ni - lack of clinging to anything.
    Pad - the absence of being in anything.
    Me - the absence of any thoughts in anything.
    Hum is the non-conceptuality of everything. Through the introduction of the six inseparability, you will see the inseparability of your mind and the mind of Avalokiteshvara. This is a six-syllable introduction.
    The third chapter - introduction.

    The nirmanakaya Padmasambhava asked the enlightened Amitabha:
    - How is the mind of Avalokiteshvara and the minds of living beings indivisible?
    The enlightened Amitabha said:
    Om is a continuous stream of the heart-essence of the mind of Avalokiteshvara, the self-arising primordial wisdom, the highest reality. Since it abides without fixation in everything, it also rests in my mind without fixation.
    Ma is the continuous flow of the heart-essence of the mind of Avalokiteshvara, the self-arising primordial wisdom, the highest reality. Since it is unwaveringly present in everything, it also rests unwaveringly in everything in my mind.
    Ni is the continuous flow of the heart-essence of the mind of Avalokiteshvara, the self-arising primordial wisdom, the highest reality. Since he is without attachment to anything, he is without attachment to anything and in my mind.
    Pad is a continuous stream of the heart-essence of the mind of Avalokiteshvara, the self-arising primordial wisdom, the highest reality. Since it is radiant and unconventional, even my mind remains radiant and uncreated.
    Me - the continuous flow of the heart-essence of the mind of Avalokiteshvara, the self-arising primordial wisdom, the highest reality. Remains free, being unshakable nature without effort.
    Hum is a continuous stream of the heart-essence of the mind of Avalokiteshvara, the self-arising primordial wisdom, the highest reality. Since it dwells in clarity in nature without fixation and clinging, even my mind rests in its own clarity without clinging and fixation.
    If you combine all the instructions together, then
    Om is the invisibility of something,
    Ma - absence of any hesitation,
    Ni - absence of attachment to anything,
    Pad - clarity and uncreatedness,
    Me - freedom without any own efforts,
    Hum - you rest in your own clarity in nature without clinging and fixation. Abiding in the six absences of cutting off the flow of the ultimate reality is the meditation of Avalokiteshvara and the six syllables.
    The fourth chapter - meditation.

    Then the nirmanakaya Padmasambhava asked the enlightened Amitabha:
    What is the mind of Avalokiteshvara and what is the fruit of the mind of sentient beings?
    The enlightened one said:
    Om is the body of the Teachings of the great Avalokiteshvara, which does not change in three times. Since the self-arising body of the Teaching is initially and uncreated, my mind also acquires it without efforts and actions.
    Ma is the body of the Teachings of Avalokiteshvara, which does not change in three times. Since the self-arising body of the Teaching is initially and uncreated, my mind also acquires it without thought-creation.
    Ni is the body of the Teachings of the great Avalokiteshvara, which does not change in three times. Since the self-arising body of the Teaching is initially and uncreated, then my mind is initially inactive in the body of the Teaching.
    Pad - since it abides initially without being acquired as the body of the Teaching of Avalokiteshvara, then my mind also abides in the body of the Teaching without realization-acquisition.
    Me - the original state in the form of the body of the Teaching, which is spontaneously acquired as the body of the Teaching, Avalokiteshvara.
    Hum is the body of the Teachings of the great Avalokiteshvara, which does not change in three times. Abides in the originally pure body of the Teaching as a self-arising body of the Teaching.
    If we briefly combine these instructions, then
    Om - lack of structure and lack of effort,
    Pad - lack of gain-achievement,
    Me - spontaneity-naturalness,
    Hum is primordial purity. Staying in six absences of cutting off the flow of the body of the Teaching - six seed-states of the syllables of Avalokiteshvara.
    The fifth chapter - fruit.

    The supreme manifestation Padmasambhava asked the enlightened Amitabha:
    In thoughts there is no need for preliminary practices and the state that is found in six syllables as the essence of Mahakarunika?
    The enlightened one said:
    Since one's own mind exists initially as an unchanging body of the Teaching, then if there is no need for efforts (to attain) an attainable state, then in mental solitude, thoughts manifest themselves as a play of the nature of the mind. Since, therefore, obstacles of three kinds are destroyed, external, internal and secret, there is no need for restrictions. Since one's own clarity, the body of teaching and the pure countries of the three thousand enlightened ones are not hidden by veils and habitual tendencies, there is no need to clear the veils. Since it is a completely spontaneous manifestation of the highest reality, which is initially pure, which manifests itself uncontrollably, there is no need to collect accumulations. The two accumulations end naturally. The enlightened mind and the primordial wisdoms that arise by themselves are manifested as six syllables. When you hold with power the comprehension of mind and thoughts in the enlightened mind as pure in themselves and purified constructions and veils, there is no need for the preliminary practices. Therefore, by virtue of perfection, it is explained that there is no need for the implementation of preliminary practices.
    Sixth chapter - explaining by the power of thoughts that there is no need for preliminary practices.

    The supreme nirmanakaya Padmasambhava asked the enlightened Amitabha:
    Is there a need or not in the path of practice and body in meditation on the six syllables, the essence-heart of Mahakarunika?
    The Enlightened one said:
    Since the body is in its own state, which was not originally created, in the body of the Teaching, Mahakarunika, there is no need for the formation of crossed legs, lack of sleep, etc. Since speech is empty by nature and is the sound and emptiness of six spontaneous syllables, there is no need to form songs , stanzas and more. Since the mind abides without being shaken by veils like clarity and emptiness, there is no need for meditative balance of the mind and the formation of a state after meditation. Since all the practices of the path are carried out in the nature of relaxation, which is not created, there is no need to exercise staying in the training of body actions. Since you keep the acuity of remembering the everlasting understanding in relation to the three - body, speech and mind, there is no need to make more and more efforts. Since all the components are destroyed, it is explained, due to complete cutting off, as unnecessary implementation of any component practices of the path.
    Seventh chapter - thoughts about the absence of the need for the implementation of the path of practice.

    The supreme nirmanakaya Padmasambhava asked the enlightened Amitabha:
    Is there a reason as a practice in the Mahakarunika six-syllable meditation?
    The Enlightened one said:
    The thoughts of Mahakarunika as the essence of the highest reality are absent in meditation as an object of meditation. In the thoughts of Mahakarunika, meditation is absent for all as one born as their own mind, which carries out meditation solely on liberation from mental constructions, on emptiness as the path of the unborn higher reality. And although there is no birth in the higher reality as an object of meditation, it manifests itself as the nature of one's own mind, being the unborn nature of one's own mind. One's own mind is not acceptable as an object of meditation because of the thoughts of Mahakarunika. Also, you do not come inside, forming yourself as a magician, which carries out meditation. Meditation is the only thoughts of Mahakarunika. The implementation of meditation is being in one's own state of an uncreated higher reality, the mind as mixing together through the mind as two minds-objects, two essences. Non-meditation is essential meditation on the primordial wisdom of Mahakarunika. If you do not move away from this constantly at all times, then you will follow the highest reality and the original wisdom of Mahakarunika. The six syllables of the heart-essence of Mahakarunika are Om Mani Padme Hum. You shouldn't leave them. The six seeds of the vajra essence-heart - form the emergence in the form of one's own clarity of the primordial wisdom, the mind of Mahakarunika, by the power of their repetition, which are self-arising. Thus, it is clarified that there is no need, due to the complete cut-off, of meditation that is compiled by the mind.
    Eighth chapter - meditation of the self-arising primordial wisdom of non-meditation.

    The supreme nirmanakaya Padmasambhava asked the enlightened Amitabha:
    Are there errors or inaccuracies in the Mahakarunika Essential Meditation?
    The Enlightened one said:
    Shamatha meditation is meditation without understanding on one's own clarity of the nature of the mind. If you pacify minds when you do this meditation, you will be in the nature of non-conceptualism. It is a creation in the form of a deity of meditation absorption. When you get used to the mind object, when all the dharmo particles are like heavenly space, you meditate on the mind object, only emptiness, when the mind is like heavenly space. Meditating in this way, you will be delusional about the sources of arising, the boundless heavenly space. All dharmo particles are to be understood as mind. Mind can in no way be established as an object of the mind. By meditating on this alone, you will be mistaken about the sources of arising, whatever arises. There is not even the only clear dharmo particle that exists. There is also no one unclean of the non-existent. Since you meditate, acting in a non-dual way in relation to being and non-being, you will be mistaken in relation to the sources of non-being and non-being. Since you understand all the dharma particles as the mind, then you meditate on the only emptiness and unlimited consciousness as an object of the mind and dharma particles.
    Therefore, you are mistaken about the sources of the origin of unlimited consciousness. Thus, mistakes are possible in many eras when you follow the four extremes and sources of lack of form. And there is blissful dwelling because of the demonstration of the power of deep concentration. Having performed it once, you will no longer fall. The thoughts of Mahakarunika are abiding in the radiance as the essence of one's own clarity, the highest reality, clean from all speculations and defilements due to the power of shamatha. By the power of vipasana, even mental construction, defilements-klesha and so on, whatever arises, is clarified as the absence of an object, emptiness, one's own nature. You will not fall into manifestations. Since you do not recognize (your own face) in the mind, by virtue of nature you are in emptiness. Because of this, you will not fall into the extreme of emptiness. Since nothing is established, it arises as nature-emptiness. Since emptiness and arising do not differ, then you abide in the inseparability of the nature of mind and nature, the highest reality. This explains, by virtue of complete cutting off, the absence of errors in the thoughts of the enlightened one.
    The ninth chapter - error pruning.

    The enlightened Amitabha, after giving valid explanations to Padmasambhava's perfect manifested body, proclaimed the instructions as text. Such is the tantra of the highest peak of the views of Avalokiteshvara, which dwells being hidden by the Queen Tskhogyal of the Kharchchen family and Detsen. Body seal. Speech seal. The seal of the mind. Marked with light. Expressed. It was written on gold plates in the dwelling of the great ruler.
    Translated by Dhondub Dorje Tulku.

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