Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche translated today’s Lojong slogan as “Abandon Any Hope of Fruition.” Most other Lojong commentaries translate this slogan with simpler language such as “Give Up Hoping for Results”. I don’t know if Trunga Rinpoche meant to recall the Divine Comedy, but this translation seems to allude to the inscription at the entrance to Hell: “Abandon Hope All Ye Who Enter Here”. Perhaps he was intending to give the slogan a greater resonance for his Western audience.
The Lojong slogan itself comes in the sixth (of seven) section of the slogans. These specify a variety of commitments on how generally to comport oneself in the world with self-control and moderation.
The sense of this slogan is first, don’t hope for results/fruition from one’s Lojong practice, but also from one’s efforts in general. Lojong is a set of mind training techniques to develop one’s’ understanding of, and living of, Emptiness. It is in fact a technology, but one that short circuits instrumentality.
As discussed in my previous post, Heidegger points out that the move from craft based technology to modern technology involves a move from Revealing to Enframing. The mental technology of Lojong preserves the Revealing function, but adds what we might call a Deframing function. Modern technology Enframes even its makers, Humans, into its Standing Reserve. Lojong however is a technology that deconstructs, Deframes instrumentality itself freeing us from the hope and fear of results/fruition.
Lojong is a piece of Tibetan Buddhism. Robert Thurman has called the synthesis that is Tibetan Buddhism an “Inner Modernity” that created a rationalized “technology of life, death and reincarnation”.
That is to say, the science of letting it go.
 Trungpa, Chogyam Training the Mind, Shambhala Publications
 Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche Enlightened Courage Snow Lion Publications (translated by Padmakara Tranlation Group)
 Thurman, Robert Essential Tibetan Buddhism Castle Books (p.37-40),