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DeutschEnglischDefinition (Teilweise Englisch)Tibetisch / Sanskrit
SadhanasadhanaLiterally, a method of actualization, namely a meditation method for actualizing oneself as a Buddha-figure for which one has received empowerment. Performing a sadhana entails recitation of a ritual meditation text describing the self-visualization process and a complex series of further practices based on that self-generation, such as reciting mantras and making offerings. Synonymous with "self-generation" and "antecedent practice for realization."Tib: sgrub-thabs
Skt: sadhana
SamadhisamadhiSee: absorbed concentration
SambhogakayaSambhogakayaSee: Corpus of Full Use
Sammelsynthesecollection synthesisSee: collection mental synthesis
Sammlungsallgemeinescollection universalSee: collection mental synthesis
SamsarasamsaraUncontrollably recurring rebirth under the power of disturbing emotions and attitudes and of karma. Some translators render it as "cyclic existence."Tib: 'khor-ba
Skt: samsara
SanghaSanghaThe literal meaning of the Sanskrit term is a "community"; the literal meaning of the Tibetan translation is "those intent on a constructive goal." Four or more people from any of the four groups of the monastic community: full or novice monks or nuns - the four need not necessarily be all from one group or one from each group - and who have unlabored renunciation and are intent on ridding themselves of disturbing emotions and attitudes and thus attaining liberation.Tib: dge-'dun
Skt: sangha
Sanghajuwel, nominellesSangha Gem, nominalSee: nominal Sangha Gem
Sanghajuwel, offensichtlichesSangha Gem, apparentSee: apparent Sangha Gem
Sanghajuwel, tiefstesSangha Gem, deepestSee: deepest Sangha Gem
Sarma-SchulenSarmaSee: New TranslationTib: gSar-ma
SautrantikaSautrantikaA Hinayana school of Indian Buddhism that asserts the true existence of both reflexive awareness and external phenomena; a subdivision of the Sarvastivada school of Hinayana. One of the four Indian Buddhist tenet systems studied by all traditions of Tibetan Buddhism.Tib: mDo-sde-pa
schädlich / destruktivdestructiveStates of mind, or physical, verbal, or mental actions motivated by them, which ripen into unhappiness or the suffering of problems or pain, to be experienced by the person on whose mental continuum they occur. Since the term carries no connotation of moral judgment, the translation "nonvirtuous" is misleading for this term.Tib: mi-dge-ba
Skt: akushala
Schatztexttreasure textTexts planted by Indian or Tibetan masters, either in a physical location, such as inside a pillar of a temple, or in the minds of disciples and hidden there for safekeeping during times that were not conducive for their practice. Often referred to by the transliterated Tibetan term "terma."Tib: gter-ma
schlafende Faktorendormant factorLiterally, something that is "asleep to the taste of the mind." Affecting variables, associated with mental continuums, which are "lying down" and not rushing to manifest mind (consciousness). They include subliminal awareness, tendencies, and habits.Tib: bag-la nyal
SchleierobscurationA fleeting stain that temporarily "covers" or accompanies mental activity (more precisely, clear light mental activity), thereby preventing the mental activity from cognizing objects without suffering or other limitations. Some translators render the term as "obstacle."Tib: sgrib
Skt: avarana
Schleier, die die Allwissenheit verhindernobscurations preventing omniscienceSee: cognitive obscurations
Schleier, die die Befreiung verhindernobscurations preventing liberationSee: emotional obscurations
Schleier, emotionaleobscurations, emotionalSee: emotional obscurations
Schleier, fünfobscurations, fiveSee: five obscurations
Schleier des Nicht-Wissensobscurations of not knowingMental blocks that come from not knowing the Dharma in general or specifically not knowing about the emotional and cognitive obscurations. These mental blocks prevent the attainment of liberation and enlightenment.Tib: mi-shes sgrib
Schleier in Form von störenden Emotionen und Geisteshaltungenobscurations that are the disturbing emotions and attitudesSee: emotional obscurations
Schleier über alles, was man kennen kannobscurations about all knowablesSee: cognitive obscurations
Schlüsselpunktekey pointsThe most important main points of a topic.Tib: gnad
schlussfolgernde Wahrnehmunginferential cognitionA valid conceptual way of cognizing an obscure object through reliance on a correct line of reasoning as its basis.Tib: rjes-dpag
Skt: anumana
Schwanken, unentschlosseneswavering, indecisiveSee: indecisive wavering
SchwellethresholdAuch übersetzt als: dem Erreichen nahe, schwarze ErscheinungTib: nyer-thob
schwerwiegende Handlungenthick actionsA set of eight actions that, at either a yoga or anuttarayoga empowerment, one vows to avoid and which, if committed, weaken meditation practice and hamper progress along the tantra path. Also called: secondary tantric vows.Tib: sbom-po
sechs Existenzbereichesix realms of existenceLiterally, the six families of wandering beings. The six types of samsaric rebirth: (1) hell-beings (trapped beings in the joyless realms), (2) clutching ghosts (hungry ghosts), (3) animals (creeping creatures), (4) humans, (5) would-be divine beings (anti-gods), and (6) divine beings (gods).Tib: 'gro-ba rigs-drug
SeelesoulAccording to non-Buddhist Indian tenet systems, something findable, either with or without being a conscious phenomenon, inside the body of a person, and which is static, a partless monad, separable from the body, and self-sufficiently knowable.Tib: bdag
Skt: atman
SegenblessingsSee: inspiration
segensreiche Erfahrungboon experienceIn mahamudra meditation, an experience of bliss, clarity, nonconceptuality, and bareness that arises as a bonus result of the attainment of a stilled and settled state of shamatha. With this experience, the meditator still has a dualistic sense of there being the meditator on the one side and, on the other, these four as things to be meditated on or experienced.Tib: nyams
Sehbewusstseinconsciousness, eyeSee: eye consciousness
sehnsüchtiges Verlangenslonging desireThe disturbing emotion that exaggerates the good qualities of an object that one does not possess and wishes to obtain it.Tib: 'dod-chags
Skt: raga
selbst-begründendself-establishing natureSee: self-nature
selbst-begründete Existenzself-established existenceSee: existence established by self-nature
Selbstbezogenheit / sich nur um das eigene Wohl kümmernself-cherishingThe attitude with which one considers oneself as the most important being and has affection for and takes care of only oneself.Tib: rang bces-par 'dzin-pa
Selbstdisziplinself-disciplineSee: ethical self-discipline
Selbstdisziplin, ethischeself-discipline, ethicalSee: ethical self-discipline
selbstentstehendes tiefes Gewahrseinself-arising deep awarenessIn Nyingma, the aspect of pure awareness (rigpa) that automatically arises with awareness of its own two truths or its own threefold nature. Synonymous with reflexive deep awareness.Tib: rang-byung ye-shes
Selbst-Erzeugungself-generationSynonymous with "sadhana." A meditation method in which one visualizes and imagines oneself to be a Buddha-figure for which one has received empowerment. See: sadhana.Tib: bdag-bskyed
Selbst-Initiationself-initiationA tantric meditation practice in which one visualizes receiving the entire empowerment (initiation) ritual for a Buddha-figure, performed in order to renew one's tantric vows. It may only be performed if one has done the serviceability retreat of that particular Buddha-figure and the fire-puja afterwards.Tib: bdag-'jug
Selbstleerheitself-voidnessThe absence of any phenomenon existing, by "self"-nature, in an impossible manner.Tib: rang-stong
Selbstnaturself-natureSomething on the side of an object or phenomenon that (1) establishes the existence, in general, of the object or phenomenon and (2) establishes, as well, what the object or phenomenon is. A self-nature may do this either by its own power alone, or by its own power in conjunction with mental labeling. The term may also be translated as "self-establishing nature."Tib: rang-bzhin
SemsemAll levels of awareness (levels of mind) that are tainted with the fleeting stains of the emotional and cognitive obscurations. All levels of awareness other than rigpa. Translated as "limited awareness."Tib: sems
SemdesemdeySee: mind divisionTib: sems-sde
SensorsensorSee: cognitive sensor
Sensor der Wahrnehmungcognitive sensorDer Sensor der Wahrnehmung ist die dominierende Bedingung, die bestimmt, welcher Art der Wahrnehmung die Art und Weise des Gewahrseins von etwas ist. Im Falle der fünf Arten sinnlicher Wahrnehmung bezieht sich das auf die lichtempfindlichen Zellen in den Augen, die geräuschempfindlichen Zellen der Ohren, die geruchsempfindlichen Zellen der Nase, die geschmacksempfindlichen Zellen der Zunge und auf die für körperliche Empfindungen empfindlichen Zellen des Körpers. Im Falle der geistigen Wahrnehmung bezieht sich der Sensor der Wahrnehmung auf den unmittelbar vorhergehenden Augenblick der Wahrnehmung. Einige Übersetzer übertragen den Begriff Sensoren der Wahrnehmung mit "Sinnesorgane", "körperliche und geistige Fähigkeiten", "Sinneskräfte" oder "Sinnesausstattungen". Tib: dbang-po
Skt: indriya
ShakyamuniShakyamuniThe Able One of the Shakya Clan, the Sage of the Shakya Clan, an epithet of BuddhaTib: shakya'i thub-pa
Skt: Shakyamuni
ShamathashamathaSee: stilled and settled state of mind
ShinezhinaySee: stilled and settled state of mindTib: zhi-gnas
ShravakashravakaLiterally, "listeners" to Buddha's teachings - practitioners of the Hinayana vehicle who, motivated by renunciation, strive to attain liberation from uncontrollably recurring rebirth (samsara) and to become an arhat (liberated being) of either the shravaka or pratyekabuddha class. They practice, based on having listened to Buddha's teachings. Some translators render the term as "hearer."Tib: nyan-thos
Skt: shravaka
Shravaka-Arhatshravaka arhatA shravaka that has attained liberation. See also: shravaka.Tib: nyan-thos dgra-bcom
Skt: shravaka arhat
Sichbefassen, kognitivesengagement, cognitiveSee: cognitive engagement
sich einem spirituellen Lehrer von ganzem Herzen anvertrauenwholehearted commitment to a spiritual mentorSee: relating to a spiritual mentor in a healthy manner
sich entwickelnde Eigenschaftenevolving traitsSee: evolving family-traits
sich entwickelnde Familieneigenschaftenevolving family-traits(1) In the Chittamatra system, the tendencies (seeds) that, newly gained by listening, contemplating and meditating on Buddha's teachings, are imputable on the basis of the stained minds of each limited being and which serve as factors allowing that being to attain arya pathway minds. (2) In the Svatantrika-Madhyamaka system, the factors, imputable on the basis of the stained mind of each limited being, that are fit to become the essential nature of a deep awareness Dharmakaya. (3) In the Prasangika-Madhyamaka system, the factors imputable on the basis of the stained mind of each limited being that are fit to become the essential natures of a Corpus of Forms and a deep awareness Dharmakaya of a Buddha.Tib: rgyas-'gyur-gyi rigs
sichere Ausrichtung, letztendliche Quelle dersafe direction, ultimate source ofSee: ultimate source of safe direction
sichere Ausrichtung, vorläufige Quelle dersafe direction, provisional source ofSee: provisional source of safe direction
sichere Richtung / sichere Ausrichtungsafe directionA direction that one puts in one's life that will protect one from true suffering and its true causes, and, when one reaches the goal of this direction, allows one to avoid true suffering and its true causes forever. Some translators render this as "refuge."Tib: skyabs
Skt: sharana
sichere Richtung einschlagen / in ihnen eine sichere Ausrichtung suchen / einen sicheren Weg in Richtung ...einschlagen / in eine sichere Richtung gehentake safe directionTo put a direction in one's life, which, when one goes in it, protects one from true suffering and its true causes and which, when one reaches its endpoint, allows one to avoid true suffering and its true causes forever. Some translators render this as "take refuge," but it has no connotation of merely opening up and passively receiving protection.Tib: skyabs-'gro
sichere Richtung nehmen / sichere Richtung einschlagen / sichere Ausrichtung nehmensafe direction, takeSee: take safe direction
sichere Richtung zu den Drei Juwelen einschlagentake safe direction from the Three GemsTo turn toward the direction indicated by the Three Rare and Supreme Gems (Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha) and to put that safe direction in one's life. Some translators render this as "go for refuge to the Three Gems."Tib: dkon-mchog-gsum-la skyabs-su-'gro
sich gegenseitig ausschließendmutually exclusiveTwo sets are mutually exclusive if they do not share any common locus -- neither contains a member that also belongs to the other. Also translated as "contradictory."Tib: 'gal-ba
sich kümmern (um)taking careSee: caring attitude
sich kümmernde Geisteshaltungcaring attitudeEine sich kümmernde Geisteshaltung ist ein Nebengewahrsein, dass die Situation anderer, wie auch die eigene Situation ernst nimmt, und dass auch die Auswirkungen der Handlungen auf sich selbst und andere ernst nimmt, und somit zur Folge hat, dass man konstruktive Geisteshaltungen und Verhaltensweisen zu einer Gewohnheit ausbaut. Dieses Nebengewahrsein, die sich kümmernde Geisteshaltung (fürsorgliche Haltung), behütet einen auch davor, dass man zu befleckten oder destruktiven Geisteshaltungen neigt. Tib: bag-yod
Skt: apramada
sich kümmernde Liebecaring loveSee: love
sich kümmerndes Herzcaring heartSee: caring attitude
sich liebevoll kümmernde Liebecherishing concerned loveSich liebevoll kümmernde Liebe ist ein Nebengewahrsein (Geistesfaktor), mit dem man anderen nicht nur wünscht, dass sie glücklich sein mögen und ihnen die Ursachen für Glück widerfahren mögen, sondern mit dem man auch das Wohlergehen anderer im höchsten Maße würdigt und traurig sein würde, wenn ihnen Schlimmes widerfahren würde. Tib: gces-zhing pham-pa'i byams-pa
Sicht der Wirklichkeit, eine Meditations- und Verhaltensweiseview of reality, way of meditating, and way of behavingA way to describe a Buddhist system that specifies it in terms of its main way for regarding and understanding reality, its main topic of meditation, and its main manner of acting in the world.Tib: lta-sgom-spyod gsum
sich wiederholendes Samsararecurring samsaraSee: samsara
siebenteilige Anweisung über Ursachen und Wirkungenseven-part cause and effect methodSee: seven-part cause and effect quintessence teaching for developing bodhichitta
Siegelpartnerpartner, sealingSee: sealing partner
Siegreicher, der SiegreicheVictorious OneSee: Triumphant One
Siegreicher MeisterVanquishing MasterSee: Vanquishing Master Surpassing All
SinnesdatensensibiliaDatenmaterial aus Sinnesempfindungen bzw. Sinnesdaten sind Formen physischer Phänomene die sich in einem Augenblick (der Wahrnehmung) über eine ausgedehnten Bereich erstrecken und die von einem der fünf Arten von Sinnesbewusstsein wahrgenommen werden. Das Datenmaterial oder die Daten beziehen sich auf einen Augenblick des Anblicks, des Klangs, des Geruchs, des Geschmacks oder der körperlichen Empfindung wie sie bei der Wahrnehmung eines Objekts mit physischen Qualitäten auftreten.
So-GegangenerThusly Gone OneA epithet of a Buddha -- one who has gone to the goal of enlightenment through nonconceptual cognition of voidness, the very nature of reality (thusness).Tib: de-bzhin gshegs-pa
Skt: tathagata
SoheitthusnessSee: very nature of reality
solides "Ich"solidly existing "me"See: solid "me"
solides "Ich"solid "me"A "me" that exists as a concrete, autonomous entity, as if it had a line around it or were encapsulated in plastic. A general, nontechnical term for the false "me" (the "me" to be refuted), which has never existed at all.
Speicherbewusstseinstorehouse consciousnessSee: all-encompassing foundation consciousness
spezifische Alaya des Gewahrseinsspecific-awareness alayaIn the Karma Kagyu system, a synonym for alayavijnana. See: all-encompassing foundation for all.Tib: kun-shes rnam-shes
spezifisches Bewusstseinspecific consciousnessSee: specific awareness
spezifisches Gewahrseinspecific awarenessIn the Karma Kagyu system, the aspect of mental activity that is aware of the specific type of awareness of an object that has arisen and the specific object that it is aware of. In a looser sense, awareness of the details that have arisen and one is aware of in a cognition.Tib: rnam-shes
Skt: vijnana
spiegelgleiches tiefes Gewahrseinmirror-like deep awarenessOne of the five types of deep awareness that all beings have as an aspect of Buddha-nature. The deep awareness that takes in all the information about an object of cognition. Also called: deep awareness that is like a mirror.Tib: me-long lta-bu'i ye-shes
SpiegelungreflectionSee: mental derivative
Spiegelung, geistige / Wiederspiegelung, geistigereflection, mentalSee: mental derivative
spiritueller Lehrerspiritual teacherA general term for the four levels of Buddhist teachers: a Buddhism professor, a Dharma instructor, a meditation trainer or ritual trainer, and a spiritual mentor.
spiritueller Mentorspiritual mentorA Buddhist teacher who has had stable realizations, who embodies the teachings in the sense of having integrated them into his or her life, and who confers vows on disciples.Tib: dge-ba'i bshes-gnyen
Skt: kalyanamitra
spontan Erscheinungen hervorbringenspontaneously establishing appearancesThe functional nature of rigpa (pure awareness), which is that it automatically, without any effort, gives rise to pure appearances.Tib: lhun-grub
stabile Verwirklichungstable realizationIn mahamudra meditation, the state of mind in which the meditator has nonconceptual bare cognition of there being no dualism of meditator and meditation.Tib: rtogs-pa
stabilisierende Meditation / verankernde Meditationstabilizing meditationA method for habituating oneself to an insight, understanding, or state of mind in which one focuses on an object with that desired insight, understanding, or state of mind and with full conviction in its validity, but without the mental factors of gross detection (investigation) or subtle discernment (scrutiny). Also translated sometimes as "fixating meditation."Tib: 'jog-sgom
Stabilität, geistigestability, mentalSee: mental stability
StärkenstrengtheningThe special discriminating awareness employed for expanding one's discriminating awareness and not letting it be crushed by countering factors, such as attachment to anything. One of the ten Mahayana far-reaching attitudes (ten perfections).Tib: stobs
Skt: bala
statischstaticSee: static phenomenon
statische Abstraktionstatic abstractionSee: static phenomenon
statisches Phänomenstatic phenomenonPhenomena that are unaffected by causes and circumstances and, consequently, do not change from moment to moment and do not produce any effects. Somewhat similar to unchanging facts, they are imputed about some validly knowable phenomenon and only exist and can be validly known so long as the basis for their imputation lasts. Sometimes translated as "static abstractions." Some translators render the term as "permanent phenomena."Tib: rtag-pa
Skt: nitya
StatischseinstaticnessThe noncongruent affecting variable of not changing from moment to moment. Sometimes translated as "permanence."Tib: rtag-pa
Skt: nitya
Stattfinden, nicht längerhappening, no-longerSee: no-longer-happening
Stattfinden, noch nichthappening, not-yetSee: not-yet-happening
Stattfinden, vergangeneshappening, passedSee: no-longer-happening
still gewordener und zur Ruhe gekommener Geisteszustandstilled and settled state of mindA state of mind, attained through meditation, in which the mind is stilled of all mental flightiness and mental dullness, is settled down on an object and remains there, and is accompanied by an exhilarating sense of fitness. Also called a "serenely stilled and settled state of mind," "shamatha." Some translators render the term as "calm abiding" or "mental quiescence."Tib: zhi-gnas
Skt: shamatha
Stoffmandalacloth mandalaEin Stoffmandala ist ein zwei-dimensionales Symbol, das auf ein Stück Stoff gemalt worden ist. Das Stoffmandala lässt sich mit einer architektonischen Blaupause eines dreidimensionalen Palastes, der Umgebung und den Buddhagestalten vergleichen, die sich in einem symbolischen Weltensystems befinden. Das Stoffmandala wird bei der Übertragung von tantrischen Ermächtigungen verwendet. Tib: ras-bris-kyi dkyil-'khor
störende Emotiondisturbing emotionSee: disturbing emotion or attitude
störende Emotionen und Geisteshaltungen, automatisch erscheinendedisturbing emotions and attitudes, automatically arisingSee: automatically arising disturbing emotions and attitudes
störende Emotionen und Geisteshaltungen, doktrinär bedingtedisturbing emotions and attitudes, doctrinally basedSee: doctrinally based disturbed emotions and attitudes
störende Emotion oder Geisteshaltungdisturbing emotion or attitudeA subsidiary awareness (mental factor) that, when it arises, causes oneself to lose peace of mind and incapacitates oneself so that one loses self-control. An indication that one is experiencing a disturbing emotion or attitude is that it makes oneself and/or others feel uncomfortable. Some translators render this term as "afflictive emotions" or "emotional afflictions."Tib: nyon-mongs
Skt: klesha
störende Geisteshaltungdisturbing attitudeEquivalent to a deluded outlook.
strahlendes Rigpaeffulgent rigpaStrahlendes Rigpa bezeichnet das reine Gewahrsein (rigpa) aus dem Blickwinkel seines Aspektes spontan Erscheinungen hervorzubringen. Strahlendes Rigpa ist synonym mit dem Begriff "Erscheinungs-hervorbringendes grundlegendes Rigpa". Tib: rtsal-gyi rig-pa
Strom von Kontinuitätstream of continuityEine Abfolge von Momenten von etwas. Tib: rgyun
Stufe der Vollständigkeit / Vollständigkeitsstufecomplete stage(1) Die zweite Stufe von Praktiken des Anuttarayoga-Tantra, in der jetzt alles vollständig ist, um sich in Praktiken zu üben, die als unmittelbare Ursache für das Erlangen der Erleuchtung dienen [fungieren]. Diese Praktiken beinhalten das Arbeiten mit den Chakren, Kanälen und Winden des subtilen Körpers. (2) in einigen Nicht-Gelug-Texten bezeichnet die Stufe der Vollständigkeit die nichtkonzeptuelle Meditation über die Leerheit der zuvor, während der ersten Stufe des Anuttarayoga-Tantra, erzeugten Visualisationen. Diese Meditation über ein nicht abzählbares endgültiges Phänomen wird, auf der selben Stufe der Praxis, gleichzeitig mit der Visualisation durchgeführt, and vervollständigt die Visualisationspraxis auf diese Weise. Einige Übersetzer übertragen den Begriff mit "Vollendungsstufe". Tib: rdzogs-rim
Skt: sampannakrama
Stufe des Versprechens des anstrebenden Bodhichittabodhichitta, pledged state of aspiringSee: pledged state of aspiring bodhichitta
Stufe des Versprechens des anstrebenden Bodhicittapledged state of aspiring bodhichittaThe advanced level of aspiring bodhichitta, with which one focuses on one's own not-yet-happening enlightenment, imputable on the bais of the Buddha-nature factors oon one's mental continuum, with the intention to attain that enlightenment and to benefit all beings by means of it, and then pledges never to give up this bodhichitta aim until one reaches that enlightenment. Abbreviated as: pledged aspiring bodhichitta.Tib: smon-sems dam-bca'-can
Stufe des Vorwärtssprungesleap-ahead stageSee: leap-ahead
StupastupaA monument within which are kept the relics of a great Buddhist master. Translated as a reliquary monument.Tib: mchod-rten
Skt: stupa
StützerelianceSee: something that supports something else
subtile geistige Aktivitätmind, subtleSee: subtle mind
subtile geistige Aktivitätsubtle mindMental consciousness, both conceptual and nonconceptual.Tib: sems phra-mo
subtile kreative Tropfensubtle creative energy-dropsSee: creative energy-drops
subtiler Energiewindsubtle energy-windsSubtle forms of energy that move within the subtle energy-channels of the subtle body and which are the "mount" (the physical basis) for consciousness, either in nonconceptual or conceptual cognition, transporting it through the subtle body. Through anuttarayoga complete stage practices, one can cause them to enter, abide, and dissolve in the central energy-channel and thereby make manifest the subtlest clear light mind.Tib: rlung phra-mo
subtiler Körpersubtle bodyWithin the gross body of humans, the invisible system of energy-winds, energy-channels, energy-nodes (chakras), and creative energy-drops.Tib: lus phra-mo
subtile Unbeständigkeitsubtle impermanenceA nonstatic phenomenon's drawing closer each moment to its ultimate end, like a time bomb, based on the fact that the cause for the phenomenon's final disintegration or end is its coming into being, its arising. Tib: mi-rtag-pa phra-mo
subtile Unterscheidungsfähigkeitsubtle discernmentA subsidiary awareness (mental factor) that actively understands the fine details of the nature of something, having scrutinized them thoroughly. It does not imply verbal thinking, although it may be induced by verbally thinking. According to Asanga, one of the four changeable subsidiary awarenesses. Also translated as "scrutiny," "analysis." and "discerning analysis."Tib: dpyod-pa
subtilste geistige Aktivität / subtilster Geistsubtlest mindSee: clear light awarenessTib: sems shin-tu phra-mo
subtilster Körpersubtlest bodyThe subtlest life-supporting energy-wind that accompanies each moment of subtlest mind.Tib: lus shin-tu phra-mo
SugataSugataSee: Blissfully Gone One
SündesinSee: negative karmic force
Sutrasutra(1) Texts by Shakyamuni Buddha, both Hinayana and Mahayana, that discuss themes of practice.(2) Within the context of the Three Baskets (Tripitaka), the texts of Buddha that especially concern the training in higher concentration. (3) Within the context of Buddha's teachings divided into sutra and tantra, the division that does not entail visualization of oneself as a Buddha-figure. (3) Within the context of the twelve scriptural categories, the texts that present what Buddha had to say in a brief and condensed format. Also called: expositions on themes of practice.Tib: mdo
Skt: sutra
Sutra-Mahamudrasutra mahamudraMeditations on the nature of the mind with regard to only gross and subtle minds -- in other words, sensory and mental consciousness -- and not with regard to the subtlest mind, clear light.Tib: mdo'i phyag-chen
SvabhavakayaSvabhavakayaSee: Corpus of Essential Nature

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