Yes, according to my studies for example "the center of sunlit sky", for me also it works as I wrote here:Namdrol wrote:Yes, that is the Mahāyāna definition of omniscience.Acchantika wrote: Only if we consider unimpeded knowledge of all phenomena to be the same as knowing all details about everything with certainty.
The two truths division is only from deceiving perspective of students (the seeming): conventional- it is not possible to know by them the infinitive cause/cognitions of any object, ultimate-is not possible for sentient beings to have the freedom from all reference points.
For buddha, who no longer limited sentient being, there is no such division: if buddha would know precisely the seeming (omniscience) it will be the total freedom from all reference points.
It also explains my other posts: the object-side perspective as not soteriologically efficient for sentient beings. In contrast to: a Buddha do not need to catch anything because already "self-liberated" which means "the omniscience=unblurred unimpaired vision".