Absolute Truth

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Absolute truth (Tib. don dam bden pa): the ultimate nature of the mind and the true status of all phenomena, the state beyond all conceptual constructs which can be known only by primordial wisdom and in a manner that transcends duality. The way things are from the point of view of realized beings. [MR]

(Tib. don dam bden pa): the ultimate nature of the mind and the true status of all phenomena, the state beyond all conceptual constructs which can be known only by primordial wisdom and in a manner that transcends Duality. The way things are from the point of view of realized beings. [MR]

  • Absolute truthdon dam, the ultimate nature of the mind and the true status of all phenomena, the state beyond all conceptual constructs that can be known only by primordial wisdom and in a manner that transcends duality. [AJP] from The Great Image ISBN 1-59030-069-6

'gog bden gnyis - the two truths of cessation [the symbolic truth of cessation and the Absolute truth of cessation. By the worldly path weakening the seeds is that which is cessation. By the prajna of the noble ones having completely conquered those seeds is that which is cessation. Though for a sentient being there is mere abandonment, by eradicating the seeds, the truth of cessation is without btags pa ba.] [IW]

nges don - {nges pa'i don} definitive meaning. real meaning, the supreme consummation, real sense, absolute truth, ultimate meaning, nitartha; truth. See also {drang don} [RY]

nges don du - according to the definitive [absolute truth] [RY]

rtogs par bya ba - {don dam pa ni dad pas rtogs par bya ba yin no} It is through faith that absolute truth is realized. [RY]

bltos med gyi bden don - absolute truth [IW]

tha ma nges pa don gyi chos - the final teachings on absolute truth / the definitive meaning [Syn {bka' tha ma}] [RY]

dam pa'i don ni grub pa - the absolute truth is what is established [IW]

de kho na nyid - the real, Suchness, the way things are, Emptiness, Thusness, the natural state, dharmata, dharmadhatu, That, that very same, thatness, reality, reality, what actually is, the real thing (it does not always mean the Absolute truth, it can also be Relative truth. There is conventional Suchness and absolute suchness it can be abbreviated by {de nyid} [IW]

don dam - 1) ultimate, absolute, 'true meaning'; ultimate [truth], absolute truth, ultimate reality; {don dam bden pa}. 2) the exact state of the case, the real / true / ultimate meaning [RY]

don dam dkor bdun - the 7-fold absolute Nyingma mantra, maha yoga view, in absolute truth the nature of all dharmas is the secret treasury of all the Tathagatas, the 'bras chos lnga + dbyings + ye shes [IW]

don dam gyi bden pa - ultimate truth, absolute truth, "truth of sublime meaning", ultimate level of truth [RY]

don dam gyi bden pa - ultimate/ absolute truth, truth of sublime meaning [IW]

don dam rtogs pa'i shes rab - the wisdom which realises absolute truth. [RY]

don dam bden pa - ultimate truth [paramaartha-satya] absolute truth, ultimate truth. essence or literal meaning of the absolute truth; ultimate reality [RY]

don dam rnam par nges pa - fully realizing the ultimate, [- Syn {bka' tha ma}; doctrine of absolute truth [RY]

don dam pa - ultimate, absolute truth, be ultimately true [IW]

don dam pa ngo bo nyid med pa nyid - 1) the essencelessness/ non-entity of absolute truth [dharmas of perfect establishment, above every thread, the variegated rope and snake both do not exist so in the absolute rang gi mtshan nyid do not exist, among the {ngo bo nyid med pa gsum} 2) - the essencelessness/ non-entity of absolute truth [IW]

don dam pa bden pa - ultimate/ absolute truth [IW]

don dam pa'i rtogs tshul - realized the absolute truth [RY]

don dam pa'i bden pa - ultimate truth; absolute truth, ultimate level of truth [RY]

don dam pa'i bden pa'i yul can - the perceiver of absolute truth [IW]

dor ba med pa stong pa nyid - Emptiness of rejecting [one of the stong pa nyid bcu drug, there is no establishment in absolute truth of any nature of dharmas to be rejected or renounced] [IW]

gnas lugs don dam pa'i bden pa - absolute truth of the natural state [IW]

rnam grangs don dam bden pa - absolute truth of enumeration [RY]

blo 'das do dam bde pa - absolute truth transcending mind [IW]

dbyings don dam pa'i bden pa - ultimate/absolute truth of dharmadhatu [IW]

yongs grub - def {btags yod kyi dgag bya kun brtags kyis stong pa'i 'dus ma byas/ gzung 'dzin gnyis stong gi shes pa rnam par mi rtog pa rnam par dag pa'i dmigs pa de las gzhan du med par yongs su grub pa'o, yongs su grub pa} the absolute, corresponds to absolute truth, absolute, 'fully established'. consummate, established reality, established phenomena, full presence, ultimate cognition of reality, brought to perfection, fully established, the ideally absolute, totally real, perfected, thoroughly established phenomena, thoroughly established [esp. in context of {mtshan nyid gsum}. full presence, thoroughly established. {yongs su grub pa} the absolute, corresponds to absolute truth, ultimate cognition of reality, brought to perfection, totally real, perfected, thoroughly established phenomena, thoroughly established, esp. in context of {mtshan nyid gsum}. fully established, {gdod ma'i don dam chos thams cad kyi chos nyid} {rang rig rang gsal spros pa thams cad dang bral ba de yin te/ chos nyid dang chos dbyings dang/ de bzhin nyid dang/ don dam pa rnams ming gi rnam grangs so} the absolute; {don dam par yod pa ste rnam par mi rtog pa'i yul yin pa'i phyir ro} thoroughly established [RY]

rang rig - one's own insight; 1) self awareness; aware of oneself; 2) self consciousness (according to Chittamatra), [svasamvedana]; self-cognizing (intrinsic) awareness; [lit.] your mind, inherent cognizance. [one's] self-cognizance. 1) self-known, self-aware, natural awareness, intrinsic awareness, apperception. 2) abr. of {rang byung rig pa} self-existing insight. 3) self knower, proprioceptive, self-consciousness [apperceptive], self-knower, one's mind, one's own insight, insight, my own mind. 4) the absolute truth in Y. comp. {rang gi rig pa}; self-existing awareness [RY]

rang rig - proprioceptive, intrinsic/ natural awareness, self-knower/ cognizance/-known/ -aware/ -existing insight, apperception[ive [self-consciousness], [my/ your/ 1's own] mind/ insight, absolute truth, inherent cognizance TSE [IW]

so so rang gi rig pa'i ye shes - discriminating awareness wisdom, also {so so rang dge ye shes} believed to exist in absolute truth by {sems tsam} [RY]

lhag pa'i don dam - superior Absolute truth [JV]