Homage to Ratna Sri!
In the first turning the Buddha taught the basis of reality is cause and effect.
In the second turning the Buddha taught cause and effect are empty.
In the third turning he taught emptiness appears as cause and effect.
The first turning has a common sense meaning. Actions bear fruit.
The second turning has a more logical meaning. Cause and effect, being interdependent, are empty in themselves.
The third turning has a nonconceptual meaning. With the view of mind's essence, and no concept of self, actions or things, benefit appears for all beings.
Thus, with a freeform mind essence, an unpatterned cognition and innate intelligence, let the highest wisdom manifest in the stream of all possible sentient being's lifestreams, in all possible universes, forever.
This is how to practice all levels, schools and sects of dharma. The teaching is cause and effect to abandon harm. The view is detachment to action with the lesson of emptiness. The conduct is to let go even to Dharma as the spontaneous appearance of nonconceptual wisdom. The fruit is freedom from hope and fear as samsara and nirvana are liberated innately.