GZPB-21 < GZPB-22 Gyalse Tokme Zangpo - The Thirty-Seven Practices of All the Bodhisattvas > GZPB-23

ཇི་ལྟར་སྣང་བའདི་དགརང་གི་སེམས། །སེམས་ཉིདགདོད་ནསསྤྲོས་པའི་མཐའདང་བྲལ། །དེ་ཉིདཤེས་ནསགཟུང་འཛིནམཚན་མརྣམས། །ཡིད་ལ་མི་བྱེདརྒྱལ་སྲསལག་ལེནཡིན

[AP] The practice of all the bodhisattvas is never to entertain concepts,

Which revolve around dualistic notions of perceiver and perceived,

In the knowledge that all these appearances are but the mind itself,

Whilst mind’s own nature is forever beyond the limitations of ideas.

[KM] Whatever arises in experience is your own mind.

Mind itself is free of any conceptual limitations.

Know that and don’t generate

Subject-object fixations — this is the practice of a bodhisattva.

[RS] Whatever appears is your own mind.

Your mind from the start was free from fabricated extremes.

Understanding this, do not take to mind

[Inherent] signs of subject and object—This is the practice of Bodhisattvas.

[AB] A bodhisattva’s practice is not to take to mind inherent features of objects taken and minds that take them, 

by realizing just how things are. No matter how things appear, they are from our own minds; 

and mind-itself is, from the beginning, parted from the extremes of mental fabrication.