By Vimuktisena, Haribhadra, Gareth Sparham
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What are they? [Maitreya] says, Here is the compilation of knowledge marks based on allknowledge: knowledge of the appearance of the Tathagata, of the non-crumbling nature of the world, of the thought activities of beings, of that [thought when it is] collected, when it wanders outside, of [its] inextinguishable aspect, when it is with and without greed, of consciousness that has expanded, gotten bigger, is unlimited, without indication, of thought that is imperceptible, when it is called unraveling and so on, and also, other than those, knowledge of the suchness aspect [of these thoughts], as well as knowledge of the Sage's understanding of suchness and communicatipn of it to others.
Their "thoughts are on each other" when they have in mind something enjoyable that is contingent on each other. • Fifth is recitation and so on when they do not apply themselves. This is where he again says it hinders [the Per fection of Wisdom] if those [Bodhisattvas] with bad physi cal behavior preach, and if those with bad mental behavior hold it in mind. Sixth is when they seize on reasons for rejecting [the Perfection of Wisdom]. This is where he says that it makes sense that those who have not definitely set out [on the ca reer of a Bodhisattva think, when they hear the Perfection of Wisdom], "I am not predicted in it," and, since their names are not proclaimed there, do not gain serene faith [and get up and walk out, rejecting the Perfection of Wisdom].
A Tathagata never makes noises in these ways that an Arhat does.  A Tathagata is never robbed of mindfulness because his thoughts are not afflicted when he acts, and he is mindful when he speaks.  An Arhat thinks only negative thoughts about the appropriated [skandhas] (upadhi), and thinks that nirvana that is not appropriated is peace. A Tathagata dwells in ultimate equanimity because he does not discriminate a difference between the appropri ated [skandhas] and nirvana.  Again, an Arhat is collected, in meditative absorption but uncollected when he emerges, but a Tathagata's thoughts are never uncollected in any situ ation.
Abhisamayalamkara with Vrtti and Aloka by Vimuktisena, Haribhadra, Gareth Sparham