Causal

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These are just a few of many applications for the term 'causal'.

kun 'gro'i rgyu - pervasive causal force, omnipresent cause [JV]

kun 'byung 'dren pa - These either refer to the three causal vehicles of the pious attendants. self-centered buddhas. and bodhisattvas. or to the vehicle of directing the cause of suffering [RY]

kun 'byung 'dren pa - three causal vehicles of the pious attendants self-centered buddhas and bodhisattvas, vehicle of directing the cause of suffering [IW]

kun slong gnyis - the two types of motivation. 1) {rgyu'i kun slong}. causal motivation. 2) {dus kyi kun slong}. actual / basic motivation. 3) {bsam pa rgya che ba byang chub sems kyi kun slong, thabs rgya che ba gsang sngags kyi kun slong} [RY]

rkyen - 1) condition, [conditioning] cause, pratyaya [often has negative connotations but not always, simply "cause" mostly in non-philosophical contexts] circumstance, there usu a co-operating / contributing] cause, causal factor, circumstantial influence- fruition ripening condition]; 2) adversity, calamity, misfortune, mishap, accident, bad circumstances / luck, difficulties, obstacle, hindrance [sm (rkyen ngan]; 3) because; 4) object [see (yul rkyen]; 5) situation, opportunity (6) favorable, circumstance, help, furtherance (7) occurence, incident, event (8) effect, result (9) affixation (10) occasion (11) by, on account of (12) event, case, (13) (A) fame, renown (14) Khral dgal yul gyi ker leb sgur gsum ste people, fields, and cattle gsum la zer) [IW]

rkyen bzhi'i 'khrul pa - four conditions of bewilderment [the causal condition 1) (rgyu'i rkyen) which is the three interrelated aspects of ignorance the referential condition; 2) (dmigs pa'i skyen) which is the appearances, the possessive condition; 3) (bdag pa'i rkyen) which is the ego and the immediate condition 4) (lta da'i rkyen) which is their present conjunction] [IW]

rkyen bzhi'i 'khrul pa - four conditions of bewilderment. The causal condition 1) {rgyu'i rkyen}. the referential condition. 2) {dmigs pa'i rkyen}. the possessive condition 3) {bdag pa'i rkyen}. and the immediate condition 4) {lta da'i rkyen} [RY]

skal mnyam gyi rgyu - uniform causal force, cause of the same outcome, corresponding cause [JV]

skye ba ngo bo nyid med pa - 1) causal unreality or relativity of individual ideas. 2) production unreality [RY]

skye ba'i byed rgyu - active causal force of on-set [JV]

skyed byed kyi rgyu - active causal force of generation [JV]

go bar byed pa'i byed rgyu - active causal force of intellectually comprehending [JV]

'gyur ba'i byed rgyu - active causal force for a change of state [JV]

rgu'i - causal [RY]