By Dalai Lama XIV Bstan-'dzin-rgya-mtsho
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On either side of the throne and a little to the front stand Shariputra and Maudgalyayana. The Dharma is the complete abandonment of both delusions and obscurations of the paths. Thus it is associated with consciousness itself, and therefore is formless.
Finally in the third stage, one works toward the elimination of imprints left by the delusions. Through these three stages we achieve the following results. Refraining from misbehaviour of body and speech, we take rebirth in a higher state as human beings. Abandoning all delusions, we achieve nirvana or liberation. Thirdly abandoning even the imprints left 1he Nature of the Path 27 behind by delusion, we achieve the omniscient state. Thus we follow the path. The path is explained briefly in the three higher trainings.
If that is true, does it not refute the external existence of the object ? His Holiness: When Middle Way Consequentialists speak about phenomena as existing as mere imputations, this does not refute external objects, the phenomena which are not names. Rather, it suggests that phenomena generally are not perceived by valid cognition. When Middle Way Consequentialists come to the conclusion that the essence of a phenomenon cannot be found when searched for analytically, this is not an indication of its non-existence but rather of 28 Cultivating A Daily Meditation its non-inherent existence.