Dear friends, I am looking for references pertaining to the notion of the Four Stages of Compassion in the Mahayana traditions.

Thank you for your kind and generous help, may you all be well and safe.

If you ask what is ‘great compassion,’ it is unstinting loving kindness toward all sentient beings, when there are actually no sentient beings. That is called great compassion.

The Buddha (Perfection of Wisdom Sutra in Ten Thousand Lines)

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