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6c. The second discrimination of rho object. w. cjidcrcd with [ 87 I EDWARD CONZE 1. ), 2. -4. the attention to the (two) inferior vehicles (because he clings t o the methods of Disciples and Pratyekabuddhas), 5. the non-attention to full enlightenment (because one is deficient in the practice of perfect wisdom), 6 . the development (of perfect wisdom), 7. the non-development (of perfect wisdom), 8. e. neither development nor non-development), 9. the fact that (its) objective reality is not considered as it really is (because one is inclined to perverted thinking).
Smooth, 20. slenr, 21. clean, 22. soft, and 23. pure; 24. his genitals are fully developed; 25. his knee-orbs are large and beautiful; 26. he walks a t an even pace; 27. his eyes are pure; 28. his body is (fresh and delicate) like that of a beautiful youth, 29. unimpaired (by any defect), 30. with prominences, 31. firm and solid; 32. his limbs are well-proportioned; 33. the pure light (which emanates from his body) ispels the darkness; 34. his belly is round, 35. smooth, 36. unmarred, 37. and it does not hang down; 38.
The distinctive marks (which indicate the points of superiority of the mahayanistic path) are taught by way of 16 moments, which have the (four holy) Truths for their range, (which correspond t o the 16 moments of the path of vision, as given a t I1 4), and which are distinguished by the special distinctive marks of unthinkable, etc. The 16 points 5y which the distinctive path (of a Bodhisattva) is distinguished from the other paths are as follows: (The Absolute is cognized as) 1. unthinkable, 2.
Abhisamayālankāra: Introduction and Translation from Original Text, with Sanskrit-Tibetan Index (Sekie Orientale Roma) by Edward Conze (editor and translator)