Grasping and Fixation

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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}, two 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]

'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]

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]

thag chig thog tu chod pa - decide on 1 thing/ resolve all at once [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 = not going beyond dharmakaya and its natural wisadom] [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]

bde gshegs snying po'i chos drug gzung 'dzin la sogs pa'i rtog pa med pa - the six dharmas of sugatagarbha 1) without conceptualizations/ discursive thoughts of subject and object/grasping and fixation and so forth. 2) without the appearance of discursive/conceptualized thoughts {rnam par mi rtog pa'i snang ba med pa}. 3) without the form of atoms {rdul phra rab kyi gzugs med pa}. 4) without the motion of characteristics {mtshan ma'i gyo ba med pa}, the emptiness of these 5) transcending non-affirming negation by its luminous nature, having the characteristic of 6) individual and personal knowledge of its own nature {rang gi ngo bo so so rang gis rig pa} [IW]

bde gshegs snying po'i chos drug gzung 'dzin la sogs pa'i rtog pa med pa - the six dharmas of sugatagarbha w/o conceptualizations/ discursive thoughts of subject and object/ grasping and fixation and so forth [IW]

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

'dzin pa dang gzung ba - 1) holder/ grasper and held/ grasped; 2) grasping and fixation [IW]

gzung ba dang 'dzin pa dang bral ba - free from grasper and grasped, grasping and fixation/ subject and object [IW]

gzung ba dang 'dzin pa'i chos su brtags pa - examine the dharmas of grasper and grasped, grasping and fixation/ subject and object [IW]

gzung 'dzin - object and subject duality, graspable object and grasping subject, grasping and fixation, dualistic fixation, grasper and the grasped, perceiver and the perceived, apprehendable and the apprehender [IW]

gzung 'dzin - perceiver and perceived, subject object duality; subject and object; graspable object and grasping subject, grasping and fixation, dualistic fixation, the grasper and the grasped, perceiver and the perceived, the apprehendable and the apprehender. Syn {bzung rtog dang 'dzin rtog}. Syn {bdag rnam gnyis}; dualistic perception of/ grasping at object and subject, object-subject dualism [RY]

gzung 'dzin gyi rtog tshogs - thoughts of subject and object/ grasping and fixation [IW]

gzung 'dzin gyi snang ba - experience of perceiver and perceived/ subject and object/ grasping and fixation [IW]

gzung 'dzin gyi bag chags - habitual patterns of grasping and fixation/ subject and object [IW]

gzung 'dzin gyi rdzas tha dad kyis stong pa nyid - emptiness of subject-object substantial dichotomy/ grasping and fixation [IW]

gzung 'dzin grangs mnyam pa'i sems tsam rnam bden pa - true aspectarian mind only school of equal # of perceivers and perceived/ subject and object */ grasping and fixation [IW]

gzung 'dzin chos rnams - the dharmas of grasping and fixation/ subject and object [IW]

gzung 'dzin gnyis - grasper and grasped, grasping and fixation/ subject and object [IW]

gzung 'dzin gnyis stong - emptiness of duality of subject and object/ grasping and fixation [IW]

gzung 'dzin gnyis stong gi rnam shes - consciousness devoid of grasper and grasped/ subject and object */ grasping and fixation [IW]

gzung 'dzin gnyis snang gi bag chags - habitual patterns of the dualistic appearance of grasping and fixation/ subject and object [IW]

gzung 'dzin gnyis su med pa - w/o duality of grasping and fixation/ subject and object [IW]

gzung 'dzin rtog pa - ego-grasping of dharmas and individuals or conception attached to true existence of object and perceiver/ grasping and fixation [IW]

gzung 'dzin bdud bgegs - the maras and obstructing spirits of grasping and fixation [IW]

gzung 'dzin rnam rtog - concepts/ thoughts of grasping and fixation/ subject and object [IW]

gzung 'dzin rdzas tha dad - substantial subject-object dichotomy/ grasping and fixation [IW]

bzung 'dzin - subject and object, grasping and fixation [JV]

bzung 'dzin - apprehended, apprehender, subject-object fixation, subject and object, grasping and fixation [IW]

gsang ba'i bar chad - Secret or innermost obstacles. The habitual tendency for grasping and fixation [RY]