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J(:),. z:_r �c_ � c-.. c-.. g :J:,c_. q�·�c_. q· --9 :J:,� c-.. q· sc_ . �. fitc_�. L_J. q (':), c1-J � • . q � �� • g�c_ ·c_. t�·�c_ . �� - c-.. � gg·��·�· d-J�' d-J' d-J�c_ ·�c_ � g�· ��Q. q·��c_. q��. �� 54 The vision ofthe Base appears as impure andpure, A nd as authentic reality. Regarding the cause of illusion, when the neutral prana stirs From the uninterrupted energy-potentiality Of the inseparable state of the Base, From the aspect of emptiness, the essence, Rigpa manifests and, (Its) nature being clarity, vision arises.

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