Cause and Effect

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kun nas nyon mongs pa'i 'khor ba'i rgyu 'bras - the cause and effect of samsaric affliction [RY]

klong rab 'byams rgyu 'bras la bzla ba - the all-encompassing Space (Section) which transcends cause and effect [RY]

skal ba mnyam pa'i rgyu - homogeneity between cause and effect [RY]

bskyed bya skyed byed kyi rgyu 'bras - cause and effect of the producer and the produced [RY]

go rim - sequence, order, arrangement, series, progressive order, succession, steps, rank, class, strata, system, sequential steps, progressive order, successive actions, gradual succession [one of the 10 non-concurrent formations, in non simultaneous cause and effect, 1 rising after another] [IW]

dge' sdig rgyu 'bras las 'das pa - transcending good and evil, cause and effect [RY]

mgyogs pa - 1) Lag rtsa'i 'phar grangs myur ba, speed *, rapid succession between cause and effect, speed, swiftness, rapid[ity], quick [IW]

mgyogs pa - {rgyu 'bras kyi khyad par 'phral la skye zhing 'jig pa'i tshul gyis myur zhing skyen par 'byung ba'i gnas skabs so} Speed, as one of the ten non-concurrent formations, rapid succession between cause and effect, speed, swiftness, rapidity [RY]

mgyogs pa - speed; 1) of the ten non-concurrent formations), rapid succession between cause and effect, speed, swiftness, rapidity [IW]

rgyu dang 'bras bu - cause and effect [RY]

rgyu 'bras - cause and effect/ result, causality [IW]

rgyu 'bras - cause and effect / result, causality. {'bras bu'i dngos rgyu} the actual cause of the result; cause and result [effect], cause and result relationship, seed and fruit. cause and effect [RY]

rgyu 'bras - cause and effect, consequence, actions and their fruits, retribution, cause and effect, causality [JV]

rgyu 'bras - causality; cause and effect; cause-and-effect relationship [RB]

rgyu 'bras kyi chos - the teachings on cause and effect; doctrines of cause and effect [RY]

rgyu 'bras kyi chos - doctrines of cause and effect [gd] [IW]

rgyu 'bras kyi chos la nges shes skyes pa - gained certainty about the teachings on karma, cause and effect [RY]

rgyu 'bras kyi chos las khyad par du 'phags pa'i chos zhig - a teaching far surpassing those dependent on the principle of cause and effect [RY]

rgyu 'bras kyi rten 'brel - the truth of interdependence of cause and effect [RY]

rgyu 'bras kyi theg pa - rgyu dang 'bras bu'i theg pa - causal and resultant vehicles. The teachings of Hinayana and Mahayana that regard the practices of the path as the causes for attaining the fruition of liberation and enlightenment and the Vajrayana system of taking fruition as the path by regarding buddhahood as inherently present and the path as the act of uncovering the basic state. The great master Longchenpa defined them as follows: "The causal vehicles are so called because of accepting a sequence of cause and effect, asserting that buddhahood is attained by increasing the qualities of the nature of the sugata essence, which is merely present as a seed, through the circumstance of the two accumulations. The resultant vehicles are so called because of asserting that the basis for purification is the (sugata) essence endowed with qualities that are spontaneously present as a natural possession in sentient beings, just as the sun is endowed with rays of light; that the objects of purification are the temporary defilements of the eight collections of consciousnesses, like the sky being (temporarily) obscured by clouds; and that one realizes the result of purification, the primordially present nature, by means of that which purifies, the paths of ripening and liberation. Besides this, there is no difference (between the two) in sequence or quality." [RY]

rgyu 'bras kyi theg pa brgyad - the 8 vehicles of cause and effect [IW]

rgyu 'bras kyi theg pa brgyad - the eight vehicles of cause and effect, [the first eight of the {theg pa rim pa dbu} [RY]

rgyu 'bras kyi 'brel ba - relationship between cause and effect [RY]

rgyu 'bras gnyis - both cause and effect [RY]

rgyu 'bras gnyis ka la dpyod pa - analyzing both cause and effect. Syn {mu bzhi skye 'gog} [RY]

rgyu 'bras gnyis phrug - twofold cause and effect [RY]

rgyu 'bras gnyis med par 'dod pa - to hold that cause and effect are not two [RY]

rgyu 'bras mthun pa - conformity between cause and effect [RY]

rgyu 'bras blang dor - accepting and rejecting what concerns cause and effect [RY]

rgyu 'bras dbyer med - the inseparability of cause and effect [IW]

rgyu 'bras dbyer med - the indivisibility of cause and effect [RY]

rgyu 'bras 'bad rtsol - to struggle with cause and effect [RB]

rgyu 'bras man ngag bdun - literally 7 cause and effect precepts [IW]

rgyu 'bras man ngag bdun - literally. seven cause and effect precepts, scripture of oral instruction by Maitreya to Asanga about the six causes and fruits of bodhichitta [RY]

rgyu 'bras med pa - 1) w/o/ non-existence of cause and effect; 2) shameless, outrageous [IW]

rgyu 'bras rtsol sgrub - cause and effect, effort and achievement [RB]

rgyu 'bras la rtsol ba - to struggle with cause and effect [RB]

rgyu 'bras las 'das pa'i chos - the teaching beyond cause and effect [RY]

rgyu 'bras las 'das pa'i chos ston pa zhig - a master teaching a doctrine beyond the principle of cause and effect [RY]

rgyu 'bras las 'das pa'i chos zhu - ask for the teaching beyond the principle of cause and effect [RY]

rgyu 'bras lugs bzhin - like those who follow the tradition of cause and effect [JV]

rgyu 'bras lhan cig pa'i rgyu - cause where cause and effect arte simultaneous [w/o stages of earlier and later, simultaneously occuring, ornament teaching simultaneous production of cause and fruition, rgyu'i rgyan gyi nang gses shig ste] [IW]

rgyu 'bras lhan cig pa'i rgyu - cause where cause and effect are simultaneous [IW]

rgyu tshigs 'bras bu - conjunction of cause and effect [JV]

dngos po gnyis - the two things [cause and effect] [IW]

sngon 'gro - Preliminaries. The general outer preliminaries are the Four Mind Changings: reflections on precious human body, impermanence and death, cause and effect of karma, and the shortcomings of samsaric existence. The special inner preliminaries are the Four Times Hundred Thousand Practices of refuge and bodhichitta, Vajrasattva recitation, mandala offering, and guru yoga. See Torch of Certainty (Shambhala Publications), The Words of My Perfect Teacher; and The Great Gate (Rangjung Yeshe Publications) [RY]

sngon rgyu rjes 'bras - cause and effect, antecedent and consequent [IW]

'jig rten rgyu 'bras chos - worldly dharmas of cause and effect [IW]

'jig rten legs par byed pa'i chos - the Dharma which makes the world excellent. 1) {yang dag pa'i lta ba} knowing that this is cause and effect. 2) {dge ba bcu'i lam} 3) {rig pa'i gnas} 4) {dam pa'i chos} [RY]

'jig rten legs par byed pa'i chos - The 'four principles that enrich the world' {rgyu 'bras yod par shes pa'i yang dag pa'i lta ba, dge ba bcu'i lam, rig pa'i gnas, dam pa'i chos rnams so} i) the correct view of understanding the existence of cause and effect; i) the path of the ten virtues; iii) the fields of science; and iv) the sacred teachings. [RY]

'jug - enter [actual usage of a term, collection, engager (p {zhugs} go into, enter, participate, follow, get involved in, steadily pursue, put in, stuff in, put into, go into, insert, let, allow, permit, make, force, put under, bring under control bring into, practice, enjoin, permit, make, cause, enable, establish, initiate, perceive, be occupied with, pervade, permeate, express (through the three kayas etc), proceed, function, act, start working, entertain, engage, apply involvement, action, functioning, perception, manifestation, incarnation, continuity (of cause and effect), {'du shes 'jug - entertain the idea that {rab 'jug - completely permeates -about compassion-, {byed 'jug pa - make, cause, enable, {byed du 'jug pa - make, cause, enable {rnam shes yul la 'jug - the consciousness engaged in an object] [IW]

'jug - infuse, insert; actual usage of a term, collection engage. p. {zhugs} 1) to go into, enter, participate. 2) follow [the path, doctrine], to get oneself involved, engaged in, occupied with, steady pursuance. 3) put, fill in, stuff, to put into, to go into, put in, insert. 4) to let, allow, permit. 5) to make, force. 6) to put under, bring under [power, control] stuff, bring into, practice, enjoin, permit, to make, cause, enable, establish, initiate, in, perceive, occupied with, pervade, permeate, express [through the three kayas etc], proceed, function, act, start working, entertain, engagement, application, involvement, action, functioning, 'perception', manifestation, incarnation, continuity [of cause and effect], {'du shes 'jug} to entertain the idea that.]. {rab 'jug} completely permeates about compassion-], {byed 'jug pa} to make, cause, enable, {byed du 'jug pa} to make, cause, enable]. {rnam shes yul la 'jug} the consciousness engaged in an object]; induce [RY]

'jug pa - 1) put/ establish/ bring in; 2) do/ practice[!]/ apply[ication]/ function four begin/ undertake to; 5) follow/ accompany/ succession/ proceed; 6) avatar [of Vishnu]; 7) descent; 8) enter[rance]/ set out on/ go into [9 usage; 10) be penetrated; 11) 1 of the 10 non-concurrent formations: instantaneous unfailing unbroken succession of cause and effect; six avatars of Vishnu [IW]

'jug pa - 1) intr. {'jug pa, zhugs pa, 'jug pa, zhugs} intr. v.; 2) {'jug pa, bcug pa, gzhug pa, chug} trans. v.; to mean, apply to, refer to; name of a text; {dbu ma la 'jug pa} Madhyamakavatara; to insert, infuse; to engage/ enter/ begin/ become involved; to infuse (i.e. with blessings); involvement/ functioning/ operation; application [as in awakening mind of ...]; descent, entrance, regular sequence, setting out. Syn {dbu ma la 'jug pa} Syn {bya ba} 1) usage. 2) establishing [others on the path]. 3) to enter, to place, the going into, to follow, to go or walk in, to enter, to undertake, the entering. 4) manifestation, 5) [gradual] involvement. 6) proceeds [compassion which proceeds to all beings], to proceed, to undertake; starting to function, proceed, act, function, start working, functioning, entering, 'actually entering', application, practice, activity, continuity [of cause and effect]. to be penetrated, Regular sequence, as one of the ten non-concurrent formations; Def. by Jamgön Kongtrül: {skad cig dang bar chad pa la de mi rung bas rgyu 'bras kyi gnas skabs kyi rgyun bar mi chad par 'byung ba'o}; // for ex.: gzhan la gsod 'jug pa - to allow; penetrate, fully comprehend, occur, enter // Entering the Middle Way; Madhyamakavatara [RY]

gti mug gnyis - the two kinds of delusion, {las rgyu 'bras la rmongs pa} delusion regarding the cause and effect of actions, {de kho na nyid la rmongs pa} delusion regarding thatness]; the two kinds of delusion, [las rgyu 'bras la rmongs pa - delusion regarding the cause and effect of actions, de kho na nyid la rmongs pa - delusion regarding thatness] [RY]

gti mug gnyis - the two kinds of delusion, {las rgyu 'bras la rmongs pa}. - delusion regarding the cause and effect of actions, {de kho na nyid la rmongs pa}. - delusion regarding thatness] [IW]

thun mong phyi'i sngon 'gro - General outer preliminaries. The four contemplations on precious human body, impermanence and death, cause and effect of karma, and the defects of samsara [RY]

theg chen sems bskyed - the arousing bodhicitta of the mahayana [sher phyin don bdun cu'i nang gses, w object all sentient beings, free from the cause and effect of suffering, possessing the cuase and effect of happiness, may they attain the level of perfect buddhahood so compassionately envisioning the benefit of others zur dang, by prajna rdzogs byang la dmigs pa'i zur te having those two zur or the two benefits] [IW]

dus - 1) [point in] [period of] time; 2) when, at the time of, while, [at the] moment [of]; 3) 6:; 4) cause and effect; 5) * season, age, period, occasion; 6) timely (vb+- * temporal sequence [IW]

dus - 1) [point in] time, when [syn: bgrang bya dang, yang dag 'gro, slar byung]; 2) 6: [from dpyid, so ga, dbyar, ston, dgun stod, dgun smad]; 3) cause and effect rgyun du 'byung ba'i yun gyi gnas skabs, ldan min 'du byed kyi nang gses shig time, period of time, season, age, period, occasion, timely (vb+--) at the time of, while, when, as creator, [one of the 10 non- concurrent formations] temporal sequence, moment [rgyu dang 'bras bu byung nas 'gags pa 'das pa dang/ ma byung ba ni ma 'ongs pa dang/ byung ba ma 'gag pa ni da ltar ba'o] [IW]

de byung 'brel - connection of this arising from that [among 'brel ba, connection of 1 arising from the other, cause and effect, eg, like fire and smoke] [IW]

dran pa bzhi - the four reminders [free and well favored human body, death, sufferings of samsara, karmic cause and effect] [IW]

dri med skyon gyis ma gos - Syn {phyal ba}; a totally deluded view [of not understanding cause and effect [RY]

'dri zhib - detailed investigation, interrogation, intense and detailed ?ing [science and philosophy EG ask about cause and effect and try to make close enquiry how it is] trail, hearing, judicial inquiry [IW]

rnam par bzhag 'jog gi rgyu 'bras - cause and effect of dependent definition [RY]

phyal ba - 1) even, regular, plan. 2) flat, level. 3) ex. {lag stongs phyal bar 'gro} [if you look up] you will go empty handed. Syn {bar med pa} the perverted worldly view of; 1) even, regular, plan. 2) flat, level. 3) ex. {lag stongs phyal bar 'gro} [if you look up] you will go empty handed. Apathetic. {phyal le ba} pervasive, all-pervasive, free, stainless, immaculate, undefiled. a totally deluded view [of not understanding cause and effect] Syn {dri med skyon gyis ma gos}. Syn {bar med pa} the perverted worldly view of. uniformity; omnipresent, common [RY]

phyal ba - 1) even, regular, plane, flat, level; 2) apathetic; 3) interruption [all-]pervasive, free, stainless, immaculate, undefiled, nihilistic/ totally deluded / perverted worldly view of (not understanding cause and effect) [syn {dri med skyon gyis m gos} sm {bar med pa} [IW]

phyal ba - 1) even, regular, plane, flat, level; 2) apathetic; 3) interruption [all-]pervasive, free, stainless, immaculate, undefiled, nihilistic/ totally deluded / perverted worldly view of (not understanding cause and effect [IW]

phyi yi rgyu 'bras - outer causation, external cause and effect [RY]

byang sems sgom tshul gnyis - the two ways of cultivation on the bodhisattva path [according to the dgongs don of the prajnaparamita by means of the rgyu 'bras man ngag bdun 7 oral instructions of cause and effect the 1st and the Gandavyuha Sutra sdong po bkod pa'i mdo etc. kyi dgongs don as taught in the bslab btus dang spyod 'jug las gsungs pa by equality and exchangng of self and other the secont way of training the mind blo [IW]

'bras bu 'gal ba'i gtan tshigs - reason contradicting the fruition [one of the three contradictory reasons, the sign and probandum have a merely apparent reason, because the alleged cause and effect are contradictory eg the dharmin "sound of a conch" is permanent, because it arises by effort.] [IW]

'brel pa - connection, union, conjunction, connection between cause and effect, consequence, efficacy, vascular and nervous system conjunctively, genitive case, small quantity, a little, a bit [JV]

'brel ba can gyi rten 'brel - arising from connection of cause and effect by the 12 links of interdependent origination [IW]

'bror 'brel ba - correspondence between cause and effect [RY]

gtso bor bya ba - to give priority to {rgyu 'bras kyi spang blang la gtso bor bya ba} to give priority to choosing what you do in accordance with the principle of cause and effect [RY]

rtsol sgrub rgyu 'bras las 'das pa - beyond establish by effort and cause and effect [IW]

yang dag pa'i lta ba - {rgyu 'bras yod par shes pa'i yang dag pa'i lta ba} the correct view of understanding the existence of cause and effect [RY]

yang dag pa'i lta ba - correct view; knowing that this is cause and effect, one of the {'jig rten legs par byed pa'i chos} the dharmas which makes the world excellent; correct view of reality; pure / perfect view, opp. {log lta}, the perfect view [RY]

las rgyu 'bras - actions: the principle of cause and effect [RY]

las rgyu 'bras - cause and effect of actions, the law of causation, karmic actions, the cause and effect of karma, karma's cause and effect {bslu med kyi rang bzhin} then, unerring nature of~, the karmic law of cause and effect, the cause and effect of actions [RY]

las rgyu 'bras - the relation of cause and effect of actions, inevitable results of karma, he causes and fruits of works [JV]

las rgyu 'bras - consequences of karmic actions; karmic cause and effect [RY]

las rgyu 'bras - karma, the law of cause and effect [RY]

las rgyu 'bras kyi chos - the karmic law of cause and effect [RY]

las rgyu 'bras kyi chos bshad - gave them teachings on the law of karmic cause and effect [RY]

las rgyu 'bras kyi chos bshad - taught the Dharma of cause and effect [RY]

las rgyu 'bras mi bslu ba'i bden stobs - the infallible truth of karmic cause and effect [RY]

las rgyu 'bras la yid ches pa - trust the law of karmic cause and effect; opp of {log lta} [RY]

las rgyu 'bras bslu med kyi rang bzhin - unerring nature of karma's cause and effect [RY]

las 'bras - fruit of 1's deeds, karma/ action and its effects/ results/ consequences/ fruit, cause and effect, retribution [IW]

las 'bras - the karmic law of cause and effect [RY]

las 'bras kyi chos bshad pa - gave them teachings on the karmic law of cause and effect [RY]

las 'bras ni - Concerning the cause and effect of their karma: [RY]

legs nyes kyi rgyu dang 'bras bu bstan pa - teaching the cause and effect of good and evil [IW]

log lta - {gti mug las skyes zhing de dang mtshungs ldan las rgyu 'bras med par lta ba'o,} 'Wrong view', which results from delusion, is to hold the view concurrent with [the delusion] that there is no cause and effect of actions. [RY]

log pa'i lta ba - Syn {las rgyu 'bras sogs yod pa'i don la med par lta ba} belief that there is no karma, rebirth, cause and effect [RY]

gshin rje - Yama. Lord of Death. 1) A personification of impermanence and the unfailing law of cause and effect and one's inevitable mortality. 2) ('chi bdag) The demon with this name is one of the four Maras; see under 'Mara.' [RY]

gshin rje - Lord of Death. A personification of impermanence and the unfailing law of cause and effect [RY]

gshin rje chos rgyal - Dharmaraja, The Lord of Death. Our mortality; a personification of impermanence and the unfailing law of cause and effect [RY]

so sor nges pa - difference between cause and effect, distinction; distinction, Definitive distinctiveness, as one of the ten non-concurrent formations; Definitive distinctiveness, as one of the ten non-concurrent formations [RY]

so sor nges pa - difference between cause and effect, distinction [IW]

four stakes to bind the life-force (srog sdom gzer bzhi) - [detailed expl., The Light of Wisdom, Vol. 2, page 108]. Furthermore: To explain the four stakes to bind the life-force, the object to be purified is the state of affairs of a sentient being's body, speech and mind as well as its activities. The result of purification is the Body, Speech, Mind, Qualities and Activities of buddhahood. Even though this basic state of affairs of any sentient being is primordially pure as these aspects of buddhahood, in the apparent state these are seen as being impure and involved in the cause and effect of samsaric existence. The means which purify are to apply these key points of instruction to these four stakes which bind this life-force and herein you come to realize the way it ultimately is. Thus, by binding samsara and nirvana with the life-force of their purity in being completely equanimous, both the basic and the apparent aspects - the practitioner's three gates and Activities and the deity's Body, Speech, Mind and Activities - are brought into the path as the great primordial purity. This is therefore the extraordinary key point of the nonseparateness of development stage and completion stage and the special feature of the Old School of the Early Translations, Ngagyur Nyingma. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche [RY]


bslu med rgyu 'bras kyi rten 'brel - Unfailing interdependence of cause and effect. The law of relative truth [RY]