Fixation

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kun btags kyi bdag 'dzin - the ego-clinging of imputation. imputed notion of self, imputed fixation on true existence; self-habit [RY]

kun btags kyi bden 'dzin - imputed fixation on true existence; truth habit [RY]

khregs chod - Trekchö, Cutting Through, the Thorough Cut; 'Cutting through' the stream of delusion, the thoughts of the three times, by revealing naked awareness devoid of dualistic fixation. To recognize this view through the oral instructions of one's master and to sustain it uninterruptedly throughout all aspects of life is the very essence of Dzogchen practice. Together with {thod rgal} the two main parts of {rdzogs chen}. See also {ka dag khregs chod}. Alt. trans. of {khregs chod}: cutting the stiffness / solidity / hardness, cutting through rigidity, cutting resistance; the slash that completely severs [RY]

'khor ba'i dzin pa - samsaric clinging / fixation [RY]

'khor gsum rnam dag - Threefold Purity. Total purity of the three concepts. Absence of fixation on subject, object and action [RY]

'khrul 'dzin - deluded fixation [RY]

'khrul 'dzin - 1) confused fixation; 2) grasp confusion [IW]

gu yangs - 1) freely [loose]. 2) carefree, totally free, [no concepts, unfixed, no fixation]; utterly free, 1) freely [loose]. 2) carefree, totally free, [no concepts, unfixed, no fixation]; utterly free; carefree, light-hearted/ spacious, open; carefree [RY]

sgom - meditation, fixing mind on topic, fixation, creative imagination, meditation training, training, practice, training [JV]

ngar 'dzin - ego-fixation, holding the notion of a self, egoism, "I" habit. conceiving of/ grasping at an "I" [RY]

dngos 'tsin - fixation on concreteness, holding as real [IW]

dngos 'dzin - fixation, taking them as real, grasping, identification, holding as one's own, possession of worldly objects [JV]

dngos 'dzin - fixation on concreteness. The habitual tendency to cling to self and outer things as being real, solid and lasting [RY]

dngos 'dzin - fixation on concreteness, holding to be real; fixation on a solid (reality) [RY]

dngos 'dzin sbyangs - abandon fixations on concreteness, abandon holding as real [IW]

dngos 'dzin sbyangs - purified the fixation on concreteness [RY]

dngos 'dzin mtshan ma - solidifying reality, "taking signs as real", fixation on concreteness [RY]

mngon par zhen pa - overt clinging/ fixation; to cling overtly [RY]

chags zhen 'dzin gsum - attraction, attachment, and fixation [IW]

chags zhen 'dzin gsum - attraction, attachment, fixation, the three etc [RY]

ched du 'dzin - clinging, deliberate fixation, goal- oriented fixation such as regarding as special, regard particularly (as, deliberately fixate to grasp at particulars, be goal oriented, fixate [IW]

ched du 'dzin - regard as special, to regard particularly [as.], deliberately fixating to grasp at particulars, goal oriented, fixation [RY]

ched du 'dzin pa - clinging; fixation, [deliberate] fixation, goal-oriented, deliberately fixating [RY]

ched 'dzin - clinging; fixation, [deliberate] fixation, goal-oriented, deliberately fixating [RY]

ched 'dzin med pa'i ngang la zhog - rest in the state free from fixation [RY]

chos kyi bdag med - egolessness of phenomena [one of the {bdag med gnyis} no nature is established for all the dharmas included in subject and object/ grasping and fixation rang bzhin gyis ma grub pa; 1 of the {bdag med gnyis}, 2) selflessness; selflessness of phenomena; unreality of intrinsic phenomena; phenomenal non-self; lack of a self in things, non-self of dharmas, objective selflessness, selflessness of dharmas, the non-self existence of all phenomena, the lack of reality in cognizable objects, (Dharmanair tmya] [IW]

chos nyid du 'dzin pa'i zad pa - cessation /exhaustion of clinging to reality/ fixation to dharmata [IW]

'ching zhen - constricting fixations; isc. fixating constraints [RB]

'ja' lus - Rainbow Body. At the time of death of a practitioner who has reached the exhaustion of all grasping and fixation through the Dzogchen practice of Tögal, the five gross elements which form the physical body dissolve back into their essences, five-colored light. Sometimes only the hair and the nails are left behind. Passing away in a mass of rainbow light and leaving no corpse behind [RY]

gnyis 'dzin - 1) dualistic grasping/ fixation; 1) grasp the two extremes [of eternalism and nihilism] 2) grasp object and perceiver as different]; 3) hold as being 2; 4) unsure, vacillating) [IW]

gnyis 'dzin - 1) dualistic grasping/ fixation; 3) hold as being 2; 4) unsure, vacillating [IW]

gnyis 'dzin - dualistic grasping, dualistic perception; dualistic fixation, holding as being two; grasping at duality, subject-object, dualistic perceptions [RY]

gnyis 'dzin - holding to two, doubt, unsteadiness, wavering, dualistic fixation, dualistic grasping, grasping at duality, dualistic thinking, tied to dualism, dualistic perception, duality, who are always in dualism [JV]

gnyis 'dzin - Dualistic fixation. Experience structured as 'perceiver' and 'object perceived.' [RY]

gnyis 'dzin gyi dri ma - defilement of dualistic fixation [RY]

gnyis 'dzin gyi bag chag - habitual tendencies for dualistic fixation [RY]

gnyis su 'dzin pa - dualistic fixation [RY]

gtad pa - transmit, be made over, entrusted to, fixation, to fixate the mind on, fixate [JV]

gtad pa - alt. pf. of {gtod pa} , alt. ft. of {gtod pa}; 1) to entrust, confer; entrusted with, 2) to fixate the mind on; fix/ fixate (upon); 3) fixation; 4) firmness, steadiness, 5) focal-point, 6) to lean up on, press against; hold. II) p & f. of gtod pa which is understood as meaning to offer (sbyin pa) or to give/transmit (?) (sprod pa). {sbyin pa'am sprod pa'i don du go ba'i gtod pa'i 'das pa dang ma 'ongs pa} [mss] [RY]

gtad med - w/o aim/ reference point/ *, insubstantial, w/o fixation, w/o target, unsteady, not firm [IW]

gtad med - 1) without fixation, direction or reference point, without target, no reference point; undirected, aimless, insubstantial. 2) vacillating, wavering/ unstable. [mss] [RY]

gtad med - w/o aim/ reference point/ ['di yin 'di min gyi gtad so], insubstantial, w/o fixation, w/o target, unsteady, unfirm [IW]

rtag 'dzin - fixation on permanence [RY]

rten dang bral - free from fixation [JV]

rtog pa dang bcas pa - w discursive thoughts of subject and object/ grasping and fixation, w analysis [IW]

rtog pa med pa - w/o discursive thoughts of subject and object/ grasping and fixation, no reconsideration [IW]

stong 'dzin - fixation on emptiness [RY]

thag chig thog tu chod pa - Decide on 1 thing/ resolve all at once [this is the way of practice in ka dag khregs chod [objects are not transformed, and not defiled by grasping and fixation, w/o abandoning and antidotes, awareness/ insight lets things be as they are. This is the equivalent of not going beyond dharmakaya and its natural wisdom] [IW] [Thank you Ives!]

thabs dang shes rab - means and knowledge; Skt. prajna and upaya. Buddhahood is attained by uniting means and knowledge; in Mahayana, compassion and emptiness, relative bodhichitta and ultimate bodhichitta. In Vajrayana, means and knowledge are the development stage and completion stage. According to the Kagyü schools, means refers specifically to the 'path of means,' the Six Doctrines of Naropa and knowledge to the 'path of liberation,' the actual practice of Mahamudra. According to Dzogchen, 'knowledge' is the view of primordial purity, the Trekchö practice of realizing the heart of enlightenment in the present moment, while 'means' is the meditation of spontaneous presence, the Tögal practice of exhausting defilements and fixation through which the rainbow body is realized within one lifetime [RY]

der 'dzin - fixation [IW]

der 'dzin - grasping at things as real; fixation [RY]

bdag nyid zhen pas 'ching ba - are bound by their fixations on self-identity [RY]

bdag tu rmongs pa'i ma rig pa - the stupid ignorance of ego [the ego-fixation which is the root of samsara. Not knowing reality, wrongly and stupidly grasping the skandhas as eternal, blissful selfhood controller and complete in itself. the perception of sentient beings that is not in accord with the real nature.] [IW]

bdag tu 'dzin pa - {bdag 'dzin} 1) holding to a self, ego-fixation, clinging, conception of self; conception of self; belief in a self, conception of self, holding to a self, ego-fixation, clinging, conception of self. 2) to conceive of/ grasp at a self and self-nature, fixate upon self-identity [RY]

bdag tu 'dzin pa - 1) belief in/ conception of / holding to a self; 2) ego-fixation/ clinging [attachment to the five skandhas as a self] [IW]

bdag med phyed dang gnyis - "one and a half egolessnesses" pratyekabuddhas are said to realize egolessness of individuals {gang zag gi bdag med} + half of the egoless of dharmas {chos bdag gi phyed/ in that they realize {gzung stong} but not {'dzin stong} KPS explained this in terms of seeing the emptiness of the object of consciousness but not the perceiver, something like the view of sems tsam, Mind-Only. VCTR said they eliminate grasping but not fixation, gzung 'dzin [IW]

bdag med gsum - the three kinds/ aspects of egolessness [the three aspects of sugata-essence, 1) gang zag gi bdag med dang, of individuals 2) chos kun gzung 'dzin dang rdzas gzhan gyis stong pa the emptiness of all dharmas of gzung 'dzin [subject and object, grasping and fixation] 3) chos bden grub kyis stong pa the emptiness of all dharmas of true existence OR 1) {gzhi dus kyi rang bzhin rnam dag}, the natural purity at the time of the ground 2) {lam dus kyi dag la ma dag}, the partial purity at the time of the path 3) {'bras dus kyi glo bur bral dag}, the purity of freedom from momentary (stains) at the time of fruition] [IW]

bdag 'dzin - ego-clinging grasping at a self, grasping at the reality of, [atmagraha]; egoism, selfishness, I-making, ego-clinging, ego, ego-fixation; ego-clinging, ego-fixation, holding to a self; [informal] clinging to reality [RY]

bdag 'dzin - ego-clinging/ grasping/ fixation * ownership, possession [IW]

bdag 'dzin - belief in a pure ego, belief in self, grasping at a self, selfishness, clinging to the I, egotism, apprehended selfhood, apprehension of self, ego-clinging, ego, ego-fixation, self-grasping, sense of I, grasping at a self, grasping at the reality of [JV]

bde gshegs snying po'i chos drug gzung 'dzin la sogs pa'i rtog pa med pa - the six dharmas of sugatagarbha without conceptualizations/ discursive thoughts of subject and object/grasping and fixation and so forth [without the appearance of discursive/conceptualized thoughts {rnam par mi rtog pa'i snang ba med pa} without the form of atoms {rdul phra rab kyi gzugs med pa}, without the motion of characteristics {mtsan ma'i gyo ba med pa}, the emptiness of these transcending non-affirming negation by its luminous nature, having the characteristic of individual and personal knowledge of its own nature {rang gi ngo bo so so rang gis rig pa} [IW]

bde gsal mi rtog pa - bliss, clarity and nonthought. Three temporary meditation experiences. Fixation on them plants the seeds for rebirth in the three realms of samsara khams gsum. Without fixation, they are adornments of the three kayas [RY]

bden 'dzin phra mo - subtle grasping at true existence [subtle awareness of dualistic appearance of subject object or grasping/fixation [IW]

bden zhen - fixation, clinging to things as being real, true [RY]

bden zhen - attachment to true existence [mind with powerful grasping at true existence fixation, clinging to things as being real/ true] [IW]

'du shes - perception [of characteristics] [which in samsara is also fixation. one of the five ever-present mental factors Kun 'gro lnga [, by which awareness discriminates characteristics not common to all objects by the power of how things are [dngos stobs]. thought concept[ion], idea, aggregate/skandha of perception, apprehension, discernment, discrimination, notion, image, "ideation", consideration, name, discrimination, recognition, distinguishing, consciousness, think, entertain an idea, feel an inclination of, skandha of perception. perception, samj¤a.] [IW]

'du shes - perception [of characteristics] [which in samsara is also fixation. 1 of the five ever-present mental factors Kun 'gro lnga [, by which awareness discriminates characteristics not common to all objects by the power of how things are [dngos stobs]. thought concept[ion], idea, aggregate/ skandha of perception, apprehension, discernment, discrimination, notion, image, "ideation", consideration, name, discrimination, recognition, distinguishing, consciousness, think, entertain an idea, feel an inclination of, skandha of perception. perception, samj¤a.] [IW]

nang 'tshang bdag 'dzin gyi ma gzhug - do not center into the inner fault of ago-fixation [RY]

nang 'dzin pa - inner fixation [RY]

nam mkha' ar gtad - fixation on the sky, integration into space, the integrating of one's awareness with the sky, sky gazing, Namkha Arted [JV]

gnas pa - Stillness. Absence of thought activity and disturbing emotions, but with subtle fixation on this stillness [RY]

snang zhen - fixated perception; fixation on sensory appearances [RB]

phyogs lta'i mtha' la zhen pa - fixations on the extremes of biased views [RY]

sbyar sgrig - fixation [JV]

ma rig gzung 'dzin - ignorant subject and object/ grasping and fixation [IW]

mi gnas - no fixation, unlocalized, not in a now, not present as something, abide nowhere, impossible to localize, to not be bound by [JV]

Fixation - continued