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Three Liberation Doors

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Three Liberation Doors (trīṇi vimokṣa-mokha, 三解脫門), or Three Samādhis. These are
 (1) emptiness,
 (2) no appearance, and
 (3) no wish or no act.

Through samādhi, one realizes emptiness, penetrating the no birth of all dharmas. One also realizes that the illusory appearances of dharmas conceived or perceived are no appearance. One makes no wish and does nothing for future rebirths in the Three Realms of Existence.

Source

www.sutrasmantras.info