By Maitreyanātha, Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche, Asaṅga
The foundation textual content of Dharmadharmatåavibhaçnga attributed to Maitreyanåatha, from whom Asaçnga acquired teachings of the textual content.
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Since their character is so different, it is not that one thing looks directly at another; rather the external object serves as a cause and the internal consciousness is the effect ofthat cause. The relationship between cause and effect is that they are not simultaneous, rather the cause goes before and the effect comes later. Therefore, the object and the consciousness that -33- Distinguishing Dharma and Dharmata perceives the object don't occur simultaneously, but rather their relationship is that the cause is said to be the benefit or and the effect is said to be that which is benefited.
When that happens, then one can actually help others. For that reason, we cultivate love and compassion in meditation. -37- Distinguishing Dharma and Dharmata Question: According to the Buddhist point of view, if a nonBuddhist were to assert true existence, what would that assertion be? What would that assertion necessarily contain within it? Rinpoche: We Buddhists say that all phenomena are not inherently established and we affirm this lack of inherent establishment as the way in which things abide.
What about the sixth or mental consciousness which has all kinds of thoughts and conceptions of good and bad, liking and disliking and so forth? When one looks there are indeed all kinds of thoughts and discursive activities. However, if one looks for those thoughts themselves, or for the mental consciousnesses themselves by asking, "Is it inside the body? Is it outside the body? Is it somewhere in-between? What is its form? " There's nothing that's found, there's nothing that's seen. Why? Is it because one is not capable of finding such a thing?