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357 a 7. 300 7. b 1. 301 8. b 5. 301 3. 4. 5. 6. IVf5,4,1. 16. 8. 348 a 6. 9. 352 b 1. 353 a 3. 10. 11. 359 a 7. ich is thc accomplisl~rncntof one's xv 2 (between doer, deed and doing); (and) dharmas in all . Wisdom, which is the cognitio~lof strength of the Aids to emanci~)ntion. ), as hard 9. P 359 a 5. - A xv 10. 360 a 1. also those who are only moderately strong in faith, 14. IS. 16. 366 b 9. 367 a 6. C. IV, 6. The Aids to Emancipation. W. 32-34. IV, 6a. The Aids to emancipation i n general.

By way of making a continuous series (the Sutra) considers (the path of development) as ninefold in kind, (by distinguishing three degrees each of) weak, medium and ong, and in addition it distinguishes (another series of e, with regard to the hostile states arising from false scrimination, which are considered as very) weak, etc. nd in each case the strength of the path is inversely roportionate to that of the hostile state). , 8,3 D. The mark of odiglrtenment. The descriptions (of jthe merit accumulated by a Bodhittva who practises this ninefold path of development) incalculable (immeasurable and measurclcss) are from standpoint of ultimate reality not adcquatc.

The road to development 2. The road to development, which confiists of the Aids to penetration, etc. 3. The threefold advantage 8,3 C. The distinction of (9, or 18) kinds on the path of developmrnt. 1. The discrimination is very strong 2. The path (antidote) is very weak 3. The discrimination is medium strong 4. The path is moderately weak 5. The diacriminstihn is weakly Rtrong 6 . Tho path is fairly wrak 7. The discrimination is strongly medium 8. Thc path is weakly medium 9. The discrimination is moderately medium 10.

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