indestructible and adamant, and sit at the foot of the tree of enlightenment.
Hordes of obstructers fill the sky, boundless in number,
with various forms so terrifying
that all sentient beings who see them become crazed with fear or die.
When the Buddhas see them, They are not frightened,
They do not pale, not even one hair stands on end.
They are not moved or disturbed, they do not think of anything.
Aloof from emotions, They are tranquil and clear,
abiding in the abode of Buddhas, imbued with the power of love and compassion,
Their senses under control, Their hearts without fear,
impossible for the hordes of obstructers to upset.
In fact, it is They who can subdue the obstructers,
cause them to change their minds and take refuge in the Buddhas,
after which the Buddhas teach them
by means of correct diagnosis, prescription, and influence,
so that all now develop the aspiration for unexcelled,
complete, perfect enlightenment, never to regress.