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Tibetan Buddhism
: We gain personal experience through meditation practice and becoming accustomed to naturally seeing appearance and emptiness in union. If we develop confidence in the nature of dependent arising, this will greatly support our personal experience of actual meditation. We could say that it is through our understanding of dependent arising that appearance and emptiness become equal.
One of the founders of Tibetan Buddhism, [[Padmasambhava]], emphasized his respect for this relationship as follows:{{sfn|Sogyal RinpocheDzongsar Jamyang Khyentse|20092000|p=16935}}:Though my View is One’s view should be as spacious vast as the sky, :My actions and respect for cause one’s action should be as subtle and effect are as fine as grains of flour.
==Comparative studies==

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