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Deutsches Glossar Buddhistischer Fachbegriffe

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DeutschEnglischDefinition (Teilweise Englisch)Tibetisch / Sanskrit
Ich, solidesme, solidSee: solid "me"
IdentitätslosigkeitidentitylessnessSee: lack of an impossible "soul"
IgnoranzignoranceSee: unawareness
immer arbeitender geistiger Faktorever-functioning mental factorSee: ever-functioning subsidiary awareness
immer arbeitendes Nebengewahrseinever-functioning subsidiary awarenessAccording to Asanga, a set of five subsidiary awarenesses that accompany every moment of cognition: feeling a level of happiness, distinguishing, an urge, contacting awareness, and paying attention or taking to mind.Tib: kun-'gro
implizierendes Negierungs-Phänomenimplicative negation phenomenonAn exclusion of something else in which, after the sounds of the words that exclude the object to be negated have negated that object, they leave behind in their wake, explicitly or implicitly, something else. Some translators render the term as "affirming negation." Tib: ma-yin dgag
implizierte Objekte / angedeutete Objekteimplied objectSee: conceptualized object
implizites Begreifenimplicit apprehensionIn the Gelug system, apprehension of a cognitive object in which a cognitive appearance (mental hologram) of the involved object itself does not arise; only a cognitive appearance of the basis for imputation of the involved object arises. Compare: explicit apprehension.Tib: shugs-la rtogs-pa
implizit hingewiesene Bedeutungimplicit suggested meaningOne of the six alternative meanings. When an expression in a root tantra text has two dissimilar meanings, the meaning that is dissimilar to the literal, evident, or face value meaning of the expression. It is the meaning suggested by the literal (explicit suggestive) meaning and to which one is led by that literal meaning.Tib: nges-don
Skt: nitartha
Impuls, geistigerimpulse, mentalSee: karma
Impuls, karmischerimpulse, karmicSee: karma
Impuls, weiter zu existierenfurther existence impulseSee: karmic impulse that actualizes a further existence
Impulse, beeinflussendeimpulses, affectingSee: link of affecting impulses
indirekte Wahrnehmungindirect cognitionAccording to the non-Gelug presentation, the type of cognition that a present moment of sensory consciousness has of the immediately preceding moment of an external sense object, which no longer exists. Compare: direct cognition.Tib: shugs-la shes-pa
individualisierendes tiefes Gewahrseinindividualizing deep awarenessDas individualisierende tiefe Gewahrsein ist eine von fünf Arten des tiefen Gewahrseins, die alle Wesen als einen Aspekt ihrer Buddhanatur besitzen. Das individualisierende tiefe Gewahrsein ist das tiefe Gewahrsein, welches ein Objekt auswählt und seiner einzigartigen und individuellen Qualitäten gewahr ist. Es wird auch als tiefes Gewahrsein der Individualität der Dinge bezeichnet. Tib: sor-rtog ye-shes
individuelle definierendes charakteristisches Merkmalindividual defining characteristic markSomething findable on the side of an object that establishes the identity or features of that object and which serves as the basis for that object being labeled by the names, words, and concepts for it, as well as for its qualities.Tib: rang-gi mtshan-nyid
Skt: svalakshana
inhärentinherentThe English word "inherent" means something inside an object that is there by means of the nature of that object, It is used in Buddhism to mean something inside an object, by nature of that object, which, by its own power, establishes that the object exists in general and exists specifically as "this" or "that."
inhärente Existenzinherent existenceSee: existence established by self-natureTib: bden-grub
InitiationinitiationSee: empowerment
inneres Mandalainner mandalaA world-system represented by parts of the human body and used as an object of offering.Tib: nang-gi dkyil-'khor
inneres Opferinner offeringAn offering made of the flesh of various animals and various bodily fluids and wastes, representing either the five tainted aggregates and five bodily elements or the ten energy-winds, and which are specially "elevated" and transformed into pure nectar.Tib: nang-mchod
innewohnendinnateSee: simultaneously arising
in seinen eigenen Ort hinein auflösendissolves into its own placeSee: releases into its own place
in seinen eigenen Ort hinein auflösenrelease itself in its own placeSee: automatically releases itself in its own place
Inspirationinspiration(1) A transformation that someone or something confers, literally by means of a "brightening," into a state of heightened power and ability resembling the position or status of the person or thing that confers it. (2) In the meaning of "elevation," transformation of one's body, speech, and mind, or offering substances, into pure aspects, done during a tantric ritual. Some translators render the term as "blessing."Tib: byin-gyis rlabs
Skt: adhishthana
IntellektintellectThe mental activity that gives rise to conceptual cognition -- most commonly, to verbal conceptual thought.Tib: blo
IntelligenzintelligenceThe ability to discriminate between what is correct and what is incorrect, and between what is helpful and what is harmful.Tib: blo-gros
Interesse / Besorgnis / FürsorgeconcernSee: caring attitude

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