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three mandalas of Anu [Yoga]. For the three mandalas of Anu [Yoga], the view is to establish distinctly that all ground phenomena are three mandalas: 1) the unconstructed basis space of nonarising is the pure expansive sky of the consort Samantabhadri, also called 'the primordial mandala of isness.' 2) This doesn't obstruct the subject, the great bliss that is luminously present as self-existing awareness, which is wisdom Samantabhadra, also called 'the natural mandala of spontaneous presence.' 3) This basic space and wisdom as nondual is the Child of Great Bliss, also called 'the fundamental mandala of awakened mind.' [RY]