By Edward Conze (editor and translator)
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5,la. The marks of the cognition as regmds all-knowThesc are t h e marks of the cognition comprised under e heading of (the hinayanistic) an-knowledge. ( I t is a cognition) with regard to: . 1. -15. concern aspects of t h e Buddha's cognition) AbhisnrnayPIafik3rn EDWARD CONZE (which sees) the. world as essentially not crum (which cognizes) the thoughts and doings of (all beings, 4 . (cognizes) those thoughts (insofar as t collected, 5 . or (insofar as they are) dispersed, 6. (cognizes) the aspect from which they do not get extinguished, 7.
And it does not hang down; 38. his navel is dccp, and 39, twisted to thc right; 40. from all sides he is beautiful to behold, and 41. s habits are clean; 42. his body is free from black moles; 43. his hands are soft like cotton-wool; 44. the lines on his hands are fresh, 45. deep, and 47. his face is not too long; 48. his lips are (red) like the Bimba berry; 49. his tongue is supple, 50. slender, and 51. red 52. his voice is (deep) like thunder, (and) 53. the sound of his voice is sweet and soft; 54.
506 b 6. 505 a 4 12. 507 a 1 13. 507 b 1 EDWARD CONZE VII. T H E SINGLE-INSTANTANEOUS RE-UNION. 1. With regard to all dhannas without oulflozvs the knnnaresult of which has not yet mtured. (w. 1-2). ) of giving, etc. (which has for its object) the combination one by one o f all (dharmas) without outflows, (beginning with the perfections,: and ending with the 80 minor characteristics). Just as, when a machine for raising water from a well is driven along by a man a t just one point, it is simultaneously moved along in its totality; so also (this cognition which) in one single instant (cognizes one single dharma without outflows faces a t the same time all dharmas without outflows).
Abhisamayālankāra: Introduction and Translation from Original Text, with Sanskrit-Tibetan Index (Sekie Orientale Roma) by Edward Conze (editor and translator)