sarvā pāramitās tatra tādātmyena vyavasthitāḥ // 1.
prajñāpāramitā mātā sarvabuddhodayā parā /
trayānupalabdhirūpā sarvajñajñānagocarā // 3.
3. She, the Perfection of gnosis, is said to be the mother (of the Buddhas), the origin of all the Buddhas; she consists in the threefold non-perception and she is the object of the knowledge of the omniscient.
prajñāpāramitāṃ saṃyag yo bhāvayitum icchati /
tenārthato navaślokāś cintanīyāḥ samāsataḥ // 4.
4. He, who wants to meditate in a proper way upon this perfection of gnosis, should reflect, according to their meaning, upon the nine verses, (expressed) in a concise way (as follows).
karmaprabhāvasaṃbhūtaṃ ṣaḍāyatanalakṣaṇam /
punarbhavam iti khyātaṃ pratibhāsopamaṃ hi tat // 5.
5. Rebirth is said to be produced by the power of action (good as well as bad) and it is characterized by the six (internal) āyatanas (the seat of the five senses and the manas); it is similar to a reflected image (or void, insofar as actor, action, instrument, from an absolute point of view, are absent in it).