Lion's Perfect Expressive Power Tantra

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The Lion's Perfect Expressive Power Tantra (Tib. སེང་གེ་རྩལ་རྫོགས་, Sengé Tsaldzog, Wyl. seng ge rtsal rdzogs) is one of the Seventeen Tantras of Mengakdé, which explains the degrees of progress and the signs that occur, how to stabilize awareness, and how to increase the level of experience.


Practising meditative concentration (dhyāna) you will not see the meaning of dharmata.
Naturally present absorption (samadhi) is free from any deliberative position.
Free from conceptual mind, the natural state is equal to the limits of space.
There is no thought through which objects of reference might be perceived.

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