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Complete application of all aspects

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Complete Application of All Aspects (Skt. sarvākārābhisaṁbodha; Wyl. rnam rdzogs sbyor ba) is the fourth of the eight topics of the Abhisamayalankara.

Definition

Complete application of all aspects is defined as the bodhisattvasyoga of meditation in which one brings together the three types of non-arising in order to master the realization of the threefold knowledge .

Subdivisions

When divided in terms of its essence and so on, there are twenty applications, and when divided in terms of its aspects, there are 173 subdivisions.

Parameters

It is present from the lesser path of accumulation until the end of the tenth bhumi.

Alternative Translations

Source

RigpaWiki:Complete application of all aspects