|Term||Translation of Term / Title|
|uncontrollably recurring samsara||السمسارا الدائرية غير المتحكم بها|
Tib: mi-shig-pa’i thig-le
Skt: du:kha (duhkha)
That feeling which, when it arises, one wants to be parted from it.
A pair of items, joined inseparably, in which the initial attainment of both items occurs simultaneously. Sometimes used as a general term whether the initial attainment of both items occurs simultaneously or sequentially.
|unified pair of clarity and appearances|
unified pair of mahamudra and dzogchen
Tib: phyag-rdzogs zung-'jug
Tib: chad-pa med-par ‘jug-pa’i yid-byed
In the process of progressing through the nine stages of shamatha, the third way of taking the object of focus to mind out of four, with which we can focus on the object without interruption.
|union of method and wisdom|
A state of mind, such as bodhichitta, generated instantly without needing to work oneself up to it, with deliberate effort, through a series of steps, each of which entails a line of reasoning.
Tib: rtsol-med byang-sems
A bodhichitta aim that arises automatically and effortlessly, without need to build up to it through steps or by relying on lines of reasoning.
البوديتشيتا بلا جهد
هدف البوديتشيتا الذي يتولد تلقائيًا وبلا جهد، بدون الحاجة لبناءه عبر إتباع خطوات أو عبر الإعتماد على متسلسلة منطقية.
|unmixed with confusion|