By Michael Moorcock
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Teaching the people there, they were praised by them and attained the dignity befitting teachers. They lived there for several years, but then left this excellent city in order to realize ultimate release. Th ey came to the forest grove ofVajrapAJ}i, the garden "Birthplace of M agnifi cen ce," which was situated in an easterly direction from this city. It was now close to spring ti me and a variety of flowers were now wide open. The dense forest with its pleasant sounds was rich in various kinds of sandalwood trees; and in its upper part there was a lake fed by streams of clear water that came from many springs; and at a slope where bees were humming drunkenly.
1 6. , Avalokitclvara is the symbol of compassion (karU7)il. thugs-rje) as the (spiritually, not emotionally) actional function (upaya. " Mafiju§ri is the symbol for appreciative discrimination (prajnlI, shes-rab) as the cognitive and hence thoroughly open function of intelligent life. Both features are complementary to each other, none can operate meaning fully in isolation, and as such they present the dynamics of Being which, unlike the many kinds and forms of beings, is not only not a granular isolatable entity but also indestructible as indicated by the symbol of the diamond (vajra.
Handsome exclaimed: 21 Look at this place shimmering like a peacock's neck, Delightful in its solitude and so very lovely with its medicinal trees. flowers and fruits, Colorful. its clear cool water covered with lotus flowers. While they went on they saw on a rocky shoulder of the snow mountains a figure self-manifested from diamond. Handsome asked: Whose is this lovely figure. Its smiling face like the luster of the moon. Standing there by itself near the snow-mountain. Emitting light rays from his bodily markings?
Corum (Fantasy Masterworks 30) by Michael Moorcock