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'''Uttaratantra Shastra''' (Skt.), ''Gyü Lama'' (Tib.), ''The Sublime Continuum''. One of the [[five treatises of Maitreya]], a commentary on the teachings of the third turning of the wheel of Dharma explaining the [[buddha nature]].  
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'''Uttaratantra Shastra''' (Skt.), ''Gyü Lama'' (Tib.), ''The Sublime Continuum''. One of the [[five treatises of Maitreya]], a commentary on the teachings of the third turning of the wheel of Dharma explaining [[buddha nature]].  
  
 
==Outline==
 
==Outline==

Revision as of 21:45, 10 September 2008

Maitreya

Uttaratantra Shastra (Skt.), Gyü Lama (Tib.), The Sublime Continuum. One of the five treatises of Maitreya, a commentary on the teachings of the third turning of the wheel of Dharma explaining buddha nature.

Outline

The text has seven vajra points. These points come within the five chapters:

  1. The Tathagatagarbha
  2. Awakening/Enlightenment (bodhi)
  3. Enlightened Qualities
  4. The Activity of the Tathagatas
  5. Benefits of the Text

Commentaries

In Tibetan

  • Mipham Rinpoche, rgyud bla ma'i mchan 'grel mi pham zhal lung (currently being translated by John Canti of the Padmakara Translation Group for the Tsadra Foundation)

Translations

In English

  • Buddha-Nature, Mahayana Uttaratantra Shastra by Arya Maitreya with commentary by Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche, edited by Alex Trisoglio, Khyentse Foundation, 2007
  • Buddha Nature (with Jamgön Kongtrul's commentary) translated by Rosemarie Fuchs, Snow Lion, New York 2000
  • The Changeless Nature, translated by Ken and Katia Holmes, Karma Kagyu Trust, Newcastle 1985

Teachings on the Uttaratantra Shastra