Mindfulness

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dam pa chos dran pa nye bar bzhag pa - Mindfulness of the Excellent Doctrine Sutra [RY]

dam pa chos dran pa nye bar gzhag pa - The Supreme Dharma of the Application of Mindfulness; Saddharmanusmrityupastana, (T 287) [RY]

dam pa chos dran pa nye bar gzhag pa - Skt. Saddharma-nusmrityu-pastana, T 287 Supreme Dharma of Intent Mindfulness [RY]

dam pa'i chos dran pa nye bar bzhag pa - Mindfulness of the Excellent Doctrine Sutra [RY]

dam pa'i chos dran pa nye bar bshag pa'i mdo - The Sutra of Mindfulness of the Holy Dharma [IW]

dran nyer - {dam pa chos dran pa nye bar gzhag pa} The Supreme Dharma of the Application of Mindfulness; Saddharmanusmrityupastana, (T 287) [RY]

dran nyer - Sutra on the Application of Mindfulness [RY]

dran nyer - mdo dran pa nyer bzhag - Sutra on the Application of Mindfulness [RY]

dran pa nye bar bzhag pa bzhi - Four applications of mindfulness. Mindfulness of the body, sensations, mind, and phenomena. Their essence being discriminating knowledge concurrent with mindfulness, they are chiefly practiced on the lesser stage of the path of accumulation [RY]

dran pa nyer gzhag - {dam pa chos dran pa nye bar gzhag pa} The Supreme Dharma of the Application of Mindfulness; Saddharmanusmrityupastana, (T 287) [RY]

dran pa nam mkha' - Drenpa Namkha. Tibetan translator and disciple of Padmasambhava, originally an influential Bönpo priest. Later he studied with Padmasambhava and also learned translation. He is said to have tamed a wild yak simply by a threatening gesture. He offered numerous Bönpo teachings to Padmasambhava who then concealed them as terma treasures. Drenpa Namkha means 'Space of Mindfulness.' [RY]

dran shes - Mindfulness [RY]

mdo dran pa nyer bzhag - dran nyer - Sutra on the Application of Mindfulness [RY]

bar do - antarabhava - bardo. 'Intermediate state.' Usually refers to the period between death and the next rebirth. For details of the four bardos, see Mirror of Mindfulness and Bardo Guidebook, Rangjung Yeshe Publications [RY]

dbang po'i sdom pa - faculty vow; Mipham Rinpoche: {yid dang dbang shes kyi 'khor du byung ba'i dran pa dang shes bzhin la yid dang dbang po'i sdom pazhes pa'i tha snyad mdzad do} Mindfulness and alertness, which occur in association with the mental faculty and the consciousnesses of the sense faculties, are given the designation 'mental vow' and 'faculty vow' [respectively]. [RY]

rtse le sna tshogs rang grol - Tsele Natsok Rangdröl. (b. 1608) Important master of the Kagyü and Nyingma schools. He is also the author of Mirror of Mindfulness, Lamp of Mahamudra, and Empowerment (a text) [RY]

rtsol bcas 'du byed kyi dran pa - Mindfulness of deliberate attention. Artificial or forced mindfulness [RY]

yid kyi sdom pa - mental vow; Mipham Rinpoche: {yid dang dbang shes kyi 'khor du byung ba'i dran pa dang shes bzhin la yid dang dbang po'i sdom pa zhes pa'i tha snyad mdzad do} Mindfulness and alertness, which occur in association with the mental faculty and the consciousnesses of the sense faculties, are given the designation 'mental vow' and 'faculty vow' [respectively]. [RY]