Its result has the transcendent qualities
of purity, identity, happiness and permanence.
Its function is revulsion with suffering
accompanied by an aspiration, a longing for peace.
This is purity because its nature is pure
and all impurities of karma have been removed.
It is true identity because all complication of self
or no-self have been absolutely quelled.
It is happiness through the demise of the five aggregates,
which are of a mental nature, and their causes.
It is permanence since the sameness
of samsara and nirvana has been realized.
One word: jnana
Jnana is directly perceived and self-aware.
A non-phenomenal existence.
And it is endowed with compassion.