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Regarding ''The Changeless Nature'':
 
Regarding ''The Changeless Nature'':
  
The ''Uttaratantra'', literally "Unexcelled Continuity," is one of the Five Doctrines of Maitreya ([[byams chos sde lnga]]), written down by the great Indian master [[Asanga]]. A translation of the ''Uttaratantra, The Changeless Nature'' by Katia and Ken Holmes, is available from Samye Ling in Scotland.  For a discussion of its general meaning, see Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche's ''Buddha Nature'' (Rangjung Yeshe Publications, 1993) and The Uttara Tantra: A Treatise on Buddha Nature'' (Sri Satguru Publications, 1994). [EPK]
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The ''Uttaratantra'', literally "Unexcelled Continuity," is one of the Five Doctrines of Maitreya ([[byams chos sde lnga]]), written down by the great Indian master [[Asanga]]. A translation of the ''Uttaratantra, The Changeless Nature'' by Katia and Ken Holmes, is available from Samye Ling in Scotland.  For a discussion of its general meaning, see Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche's ''Buddha Nature'' (Rangjung Yeshe Publications, 1993) and ''The Uttara Tantra: A Treatise on Buddha Nature'' (Sri Satguru Publications, 1994). [EPK]
  
  
  
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Regarding The Changeless Nature:

The Uttaratantra, literally "Unexcelled Continuity," is one of the Five Doctrines of Maitreya (byams chos sde lnga), written down by the great Indian master Asanga. A translation of the Uttaratantra, The Changeless Nature by Katia and Ken Holmes, is available from Samye Ling in Scotland. For a discussion of its general meaning, see Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche's Buddha Nature (Rangjung Yeshe Publications, 1993) and The Uttara Tantra: A Treatise on Buddha Nature (Sri Satguru Publications, 1994). [EPK]