Song Of Freedom Breakdown, lines 30-32
This priceless jewel can be used without hesitation
in caring for beings and ripening potentials.
The three facets of Experiencing and four wisdom's are complete
in this treasure;
the six subtle perceptions and eight liberations are marks
from this seal.
Excellent students go right to the source.
Fair and poor are hesitant to reveal
and give up their soiled veils,
and are proud of their external struggling.
The priceless jewel is of course your mind.
The three facets of experience could be said to all arise together, mostly we see them shallowly in the form of Objective, Subjective or Affective. The four wisdoms are The Great Mirror Wisdom, Fundamental Wisdom, Observation Wisdom, and Spontaneous Action Wisdom. These sound kind of fancy, but don't let the words bamboozle you! Fundamental Wisdom is just the realization that our concept of I, Me Mine are thoroughly unsound you could call it the perception of oneness. Observation Wisdom is the perception of differences, (sure we’re all one but your standing on my foot and it hurts wisdom,) Spontaneous Action Wisdom is the perception of your senses. Together these make up the Great mirror wisdom, as it is a reflection of these.
The six perceptions correspond to the six sense organs, these are thoughts of sights, sounds, smells, touch, tastes, and thoughts*
The Eight Liberations, are from the Maha-parinibbana Sutta:
"Now there are eight liberations, Ananda. What are those eight?
"Oneself having form, one perceives forms; this is the first liberation
"Being unaware of one's own form, one perceives forms external to oneself; this is the second liberation.
"Experiencing loveliness, one is intent upon it; 35 this is the third liberation.
"By utterly transcending the perceptions of matter, by the disappearance of the perceptions of sense-reaction, and by giving no attention to diversity-perceptions, one becomes aware of, attains to, and abides in the sphere of infinite space; this is the fourth liberation.
"By utterly transcending the sphere of infinite space, one becomes aware of, attains to, and abides in the sphere of infinite consciousness;
"By utterly transcending the sphere of infinite consciousness, one becomes aware of, attains to, and abides in the sphere of nothingness; this is the sixth liberation.
"By utterly transcending the sphere of nothingness, one attains to and abides in the sphere of neither-perception-nor-non-perception; this is the seventh liberation.
"By utterly transcending the sphere of neither-perception-nor-non-perception, one attains to and abides in the cessation of perception and sensation; this is the eighth liberation.
"These, Ananda, are the eight liberations.
I kept to the Pali Text because I am lazy and it works. I am also not so sure if knowing about the eight liberations is so important. But at least you have the reference now.
The last line might be an admonishment, to people of the way who lack confidence in their understanding. Or to those that seem to be so proud of their accomplishments when they have done nothing but pass time.
* The mind is a sense organ too.
I welcome comments, but I may integrate them into the commentary.
I hope that my efforts are helpful in clearing my own delusion as well as that of others,