"The Yoga of The One Mind"
or
The Tibetan Book of The Great Liberation
"THE METHOD OF REALIZING NIRVANNA THROUGH KNOWING THE MIND"
 By: Padma-Sambhava
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Exerpt:

"This book relates to "The Profound Doctrine of Self-Liberation by Meditating upon the Peaceful and Wrathful Deities." It expounds the Yoga of Knowing the Mind, the Seeing of Reality, the Self-Liberation. By this method, one's mind is understood."

These teachings called "The Knowing of the Mind in Its Self-Identifying, Self-Realizing, Self-Liberating Reality" were formulated by Padma-Sambhava, the spiritually endowed Teacher from Urgyan. May they not wane until the whole Sangsara is emptied.

"The Great Symbol"

If the significance of these teachings were known by all beings, surpassingly excellent would it be. Therefore, these teachings are called, "The Means of Attaining the Other Shore of Wisdom." To them who have passed away into Nirvana, this Mind is both beginningless and endless; therefore it is called "The Great Symbol."
 

The Fourfold Great Path

All hail to this Wisdom here set forth, concerning the invisible, immaculate Mind! This teaching is the most excellent of teachings. This meditation, devoid of mental concentration, all embracing, free from every imperfection, is the most excellent of meditations.

This practice concerning the Uncreated State, when rightly comprehended is the most excellent of practices. This fruit of the yoga of the Eternally Unsought, naturally produced, is the most excellent of fruits.

Herewith we have accurately revealed the Fourfold Great Path. This teaching without error, this Great Path, is of the Clear Wisdom here set forth, which being clear and unerring is called the Path. This meditation upon this unerring Great Path, is of the Clear Wisdom here set forth, which, being clear and unerring, is called the Path.

This practice relating to this unerring Great Path is of the Clear Wisdom here set forth, which, being clear and unerring, is called the Path. This fruit of this unerring Great Path is of the Clear Wisdom here set forth, which being clear and unerring, is called the Path.

 

The Great Light

This yoga also concerns the foundation of the immutable Great Light. The Teaching of this changeless Great Light is of the unique Clear Wisdom here set forth, which, illuminating the Three Times, is called "The Light"

The meditation upon this changeless Great Light is of the unique Clear Wisdom here set forth, which illuminating the Three Times is called "The Light".

The practice relating to this changeless Great Light is of the unique Clear Wisdom, here set forth, which, illuminating the Three Times, is called "The Light." The fruit of this changeless Great Light is of the unique Clear Wisdom here set forth, which illuminating the Three Times, is called "The Light."

The Doctrine Of The Three Times

The essence of the doctrine concerning the Three Times in at-one-ment will now be expounded. The yoga concerning past and future not being practiced, memory of the past remains latent. The future, not being welcomed, is completely severed by the mind from the present. The present, not being fixable, remains in the state of the Voidness

 

 

 

The One Mind, The One Mind, The One Mind, The One Mind, The One Mind, The One Mind, The One Mind, The One Mind,

The Great Liberation, The Great Liberation, The Great Liberation, The Great Liberation, The Great Liberation, The Great Liberation, The Great Liberation, The Great Liberation,