'phags pa lhag pa'i bsam pa brtan pa'i le'u zhes bya ba theg pa chen po'i mdo
Bodhisattva Dṛḍhādhyāśaya Chapter
One of the sūtra sources for the Ratnagotravibhāga, especially for the first three of the seven vajra topics discussed therein—namely, the Buddha, Dharma, and Saṅgha.
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This sūtra is considered a source for the exposition of the first three vajrapadas in the Ratnagotravibhāga.
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RGVV relates a brief passage from this sūtra to the first three vajra points (the three jewels) of the Uttaratantra, which seems to be the reason why it became included in the category of tathāgatagarbha sūtras. However, there is nothing in this sūtra that is related to the teachings on tathāgatagarbha—it mainly teaches that all phenomena are empty, without arising, and ceasing, which means that attachment and so on with regard to them are pointless. (p. 47)
- D224 (ten folios); the passage is found on fol. 172b.2–3. This sūtra is not found in the Chinese Buddhist canon.
|Other Titles||~ ārya-sthirādhyāśaya-parivarta-nāma-mahāyāna-sūtra|
|Text exists in||~ Tibetan|
|Canonical Genre||~ Kangyur · Sūtra · mdo sde · Sūtranta|
|Literary Genre||~ Sūtras - mdo|
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