ting nge ‘dzin

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With ting nge ‘dzin/absorption, or Samādhi, the sexual desire of the empty-form of the personal deity creates unchanging bliss. That desire is tranformed into great bliss and compassion towards all beings. This has the nature of both method and understanding, and is free from subject and object and is explained as the equality of empty-form and bliss. In many ways this is an extension of the previous yoga. As the emptiness aspect of the practice has now been well developed, the emphasis now fully falls on the development of great bliss. The 6th of the Six Yogas or ṣaḍañga-yoga (sbyor drug)). [TSD]