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- adjective Not
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We are now aware of the noninherent existence of everything our mind gives rise to an appearance of, including our mind itself.
When this happens, then, while remaining focused on the sphere of voidness, we have the lance of our awareness of noninherent existence twirl around.
Once we are able to gain conviction in the total lack of true and inherent existence, in the full definition, on the basis of one phenomena -- in other words, once we are able to induce conviction in noninherent existence by reason of dependent arising with respect to one phenomenon -- we are able to gain strong conviction in noninherent existence on the basis of all other phenomena as well.
We induce conviction in noninherent existence first on the basis of one phenomenon.
When our mind gives rise to this appearance of something as if it were truly and inherently existent by nature -- or, more fully, when our mind gives rise to a discordant appearance of it because of being under the influence of obstacles preventing omniscience -- we recall our previous ascertainment of noninherent existence.
If we have realized correctly existence not established by a findable self-nature – in other words, noninherent findable existence – then the experience of existent objects speaks for itself.
If the mind that has voidness as its object thinks intellectually, “This is ‘noninherent existence.’