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Deutsches Glossar Buddhistischer Fachbegriffe

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DeutschEnglischDefinition (Teilweise Englisch)Tibetisch / Sanskrit
Taktile Empfindungen und andere Körperempfindungentactile sensationsSee: physical sensations
Tantratantra(1) An everlasting stream of continuity. On the causal level, the mental continuum, with its various aspects of Buddha-nature. On the pathway level, the continuity of practices involving Buddha-figures. On the resultant level, the continuity of the various corpuses or bodies of a Buddha. (2) The texts that discuss the above topics.Tib: rgyud
Skt: tantra
Tantra, nichtdualestantra, nondualSee: nondual tantra
Tantra-Mahamudratantra mahamudraSee: mantra mahamudra
tantrische Nebengelübdesecondary tantric vowsSee: thick actions
tantrischer Meistertantric masterA spiritual mentor who confers on disciples tantric vows. According to some commentaries, a spiritual mentor who confers on disciples empowerments and subsequent permissions from any of the classes of tantra.Tib: rdo-rje slob-dpon
Skt: vajracarya
TathagataTathagataSee: Thusly Gone One
tatsächliche Naturactual natureEin Synonym für Leerheit (Leere) oder, in einigen Mahamudra- und Dzogchen-Systemen, die Natur aller Dinge als Spiel des untrennbaren Paares von Gewahrsein und Leerheit. Tib: chos-nyid
Skt: dharmata
tatsächlicher Geist des klaren Lichtsactual clear light mindEine subtilste Ebene von Bewusstsein, die eine nicht-konzeptuelle, glückselige Wahrnehmung von Leerheit hat. Tib: don-gyi 'od-gsal
tatsächlicher ZustandactualitySee: actual nature
Tauglichkeits-Retreatretreat, serviceabilitySee: serviceability retreat
Tauglichkeits-Retreatserviceability retreatAn intensive tantric meditation practice, done over many meditation sessions, during which one performs the sadhana and recites the mantra of a Buddha-figure ten thousand, one hundred thousand, or many hundreds of thousands of times, depending on the number of syllables in the mantra. When completed and finished off with the appropriate fire puja, this intensive practice makes the mind fit to be used (fit to be put into service) for more advanced tantric practices with that Buddha-figure.Tib: las-rung
Tendenz, karmischetendency, karmicSee: karmic tendency
TermatermaSee: treasure textTib: gter-ma
TesttestTest für Christian
tiefes Gewahrseindeep awareness(1) In the context of the five types of deep awareness, a type of principal awareness that all beings have as an aspect of Buddha-nature. It is "deep" in the sense that it is a fundamental way in which the mind works and has always been there, primordially, with no beginning and no end. (2) When contrasted with "discriminating awareness" (Tib. shes-rab) in the non-Gelug usage of the term, the principal awareness that nonconceptually cognizes the deepest truth of something (its inseparable voidness and appearance), beyond all words and concepts. (3) In the context of the ten Mahayana far-reaching attitudes, when contrasted with "discriminating awareness," principal awareness that nonconceptually cognizes the two truths of something. (4) In the context of an arya's nonconceptual cognition of voidness, in the Gelug usage, either the principal awareness that explicitly and nonconceptually cognizes voidness (deepest truth) during total absorption or the principal awareness that implicitly and nonconceptually cognizes voidness during subsequent attainment.Tib: ye-shes
Skt: jnana
tiefes Gewahrsein, das wie ein Spiegel istdeep awareness that is like a mirrorSee: mirror-like deep awareness
tiefes Gewahrsein, reflexivesdeep awareness, reflexiveSee: reflexive deep awareness
tiefes Gewahrsein, selbstentstehendesdeep awareness, self-arisingSee: self-arising deep awareness
tiefes Gewahrsein, vollbringendesdeep awareness, accomplishingSee: accomplishing deep awareness
tiefes Gewahrsein, wie man Werke vollbringtdeep awareness to accomplish thingsSee: accomplishing deep awareness
tiefes Gewahrsein der Gleichheit der Dingedeep awareness of the equality of thingsSee: equalizing deep awareness
tiefes Gewahrsein der Individualität der Dingedeep awareness of the individuality of thingsSee: individualizing deep awareness
tiefes Gewahrsein der Realitätdeep awareness of realityOne of the five types of deep awareness that all beings have as an aspect of Buddha-nature. The deep awareness of the superficial truth of something -- namely, awareness of what it is. When developed on the spiritual path, this deep awareness may also be of the deepest truth of something -- namely, its voidness. Also called: deep awareness of the sphere of reality.Tib: chos-dbyings ye-shes
Skt: dharmadhatu-jnana
tiefes Gewahrsein der Wirklichkeitssphäre / der Realitätssphäredeep awareness of the sphere of realitySee: deep awareness of reality
tiefste Ebenedeepest levelThe level of some phenomenon that is veiled or concealed by something more superficial about that phenomenon. Sometimes translated as "ultimate level" or "deepest ultimate level."Tib: don-dam-pa
tiefste Ebene der kostbaren Juwelendeepest level Precious GemsThe level of the Three Rare and Supreme Gems that are concealed by the apparent level gems.Tib: don-dam-pa'i dkon-mchog
tiefstes Bodhichittadeepest bodhichittaThe deep awareness that has nonconceptual cognition of voidness.Tib: don-dam-pa'i byang-chub-gyi sems
tiefstes Buddhajuweldeepest Buddha GemA Buddha's Dharmakaya as a source of safe direction (refuge).Tib: don-dam-pa'i sangs-rgyas dkon-mchog
tiefstes Dharmajuweldeepest Dharma GemThe true stoppings and true pathway minds on the mental continuum of an arya, whether a layperson or a monastic, as a source of safe direction (refuge). Tib: don-dam-pa'i chos dkon-mchog
tiefstes Sanghajuweldeepest Sangha GemThe true stoppings and true pathway minds on the mental continuum of an arya, whether a layperson or monastic, as a source of safe direction (refuge). Tib: don-dam-pa'i dge-'dun dkon-mchog
tiefste Wahrheitdeepest truthIn the Mahayana tenet systems, a true fact about a phenomenon that is veiled or concealed by a more superficial true fact about the same phenomenon. Some translators render this term as "ultimate truth."Tib: don-dam bden-pa
Skt: paramartha
tiefste Wahrheittruth, deepestSee: deepest truth
Todes-Existenzdeath existenceThe period of time in the mental continuum of an individual limited being during which they experience death. Unless one successfully does advanced anuttarayoga tantra meditations at this time, this period lasts only one moment.Tib: 'chi-srid
TonglentonglenSee: giving and taking
Tradition der Amulettdoseamulet box traditionEine Tradition der Mahamudra-Meditation, die von der Shangpa-Kagyü-Schule übermittelt wird. Tib: ga'u-ma
Trägheit, geistigedullness, mentalSee: mental dullness
Trainer, Meditations-trainer, meditationSee: meditation trainer
Training der Geisteshaltungenattitude-trainingEin spirituelles Training in der man sich von seinen störenden Geisteshaltungen in seinem Geist reinigt und sich darin übt, sie durch konstruktive Geisteshaltungen zu ersetzen. Wird auch bezeichnet als: Reinigen der Geisteshaltungen, Geistestraining, Lojong.Tib: blo-sbyong
Trankopfer, goldeneslibation, goldenSee: golden libation
treibende KraftagentDie Person, die eine Handlung vollführt. *** [D.h. die handelnde Person. Die treibende Kraft ist eine Person, die eine Tat ausführt. Das passt nicht so (Keine Vorschläge) Fragen]Tib: byed-pa-po
Trennen / TrennungpartingAlso translated as: separationTib: bral-ba
Skt: visamyoga
Tropfen der Jasminblütedrops, jasmine flowerSee: jasmine flower drops
Tropfen der Jasminblütejasmine flower dropsDrops of white bodhichitta; drops of subtle creative energy.Tib: kun-da
Skt: kunda
trügerischdeceptiveBeing mistaken or confusing with respect to the appearance of something.Tib: 'khrul-ba
trügerische Erscheinungdeceptive appearanceA cognitive object that appears to exist in a manner different from the way in which it actually exists.Tib: 'khrul-snang
trügerische Wahrnehmungdeceptive cognitionA cognition that takes a phenomenon's mode of existence that it makes appear -- namely, an appearance of its seemingly true existence -- to be the phenomenon's actual mode of existence. The deceptive cognition may be either accurate or distorted with respect to the appearance it makes of the superficial truth of what the phenomenon conventionally is.Tib: 'khrul-shes
tugendhaft / ehrenhaft / rechtschaffenvirtuousSee: constructive

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