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|The five paths|
- The path of no-more-learning (aśaikṣamārga) of each vehicle is the highest goal of that vehicle. For śrāvakas and pratyekabuddhas, this wisdom has eradicated all afflictive obscurations and the person has attained arhatship; for bodhisattvas it has also eradicated cognitive obscurations and actualized buddhahood.
The Khenjuk states:
- The 'perfected path of no-learning' is realization of the attainment of freedom after having interrupted all that should be discarded. That is to say, by means of the vajra-like samadhi of one's individual path, it is the attainment that immediately follows the transformations of mind and path as well as the cognitions of exhaustion and of nonarising.
Alternate name for this path
- Buswell, Robert E.; Lopez, Donald S. (2014), The Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism, Princeton University
- Dalai Lama; Thubten Chodron (2014), Buddhism: One Teacher, Many Traditions, Wisdom Publications
- Mipham Rinpoche (2000), Gateway to Knowledge, vol. II, translated by Kunsang, Erik Pema, Rangjung Yeshe Publications