Path of Accumulation

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'gyur ba ma nges pa'i sa - levels of uncertain transformation [in Nyingma mantra texts, the first level obtained in the first yoga. In the path of accumulation, since there are both defilements and reversing, it is called the uncertain level [IW]

chos mngon par rtogs pa - = tshogs lam, path of accumulation [IW]

nyan thos kyi tshogs sbyor sogs - the path of accumulation, preparation and so forth of the shravakas [IW]

thar pa cha mthun - conducive/ aids to liberation [note. [the attainment of the arhant], the extinction of the outflows. [tse. condicuve to abandoning obscuration of the kleshas and attaining th4e truth of cessation gnas skabs kyi lam = tsogs lam, path of accumulation, moksa-bhagiya [moks.a-bhaagiiya] [IW]

theg chen tshogs lam - the Mahayana path of accumulation [RY]

thos pa las byung ba'i sa - the leval arising from hearing/ learning, the path of accumulation [= mos pas spyod pa'i sa] [IW]

thos pa las byung ba'i sa - the level arising from hearing/ learning, the path of accumulation [IW]

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]

'dun pa sems pa'i rnal 'byor - the yoga of aspiration and intention [one of the five yogas rnal 'byor lnga. [in the Nyingma texts, at the time of the path of accumulation, by aspiring to both empty luminosity and the apparent divine body, this is produced only as a provisional object of devotion.] [IW]

byang sems so skyes - 1) the bodhisattva path of accumulation and preparation; 2) bodhisattvas and ordinary beings [IW]

sbyor lam bzod pa - newly attained patience not afraid of the profound dharma of emptiness of the path of accumulation [IW]

tshags lam - path of accumulation [RY]

tshogs kyi lam - path of accumulation [one of the five paths lam lnga] [IW]

tshogs lam - path of accumulation [RY]

tshogs lam - sambharamarga, path of acquisition, path of accumulation, preparatory path (low - 4 inspection objects, medium - 4 rejections and acquisitions, high - 4 absorptions) [JV]

tshogs lam - path of accumulation; the path of accumulation / collection / preparation [ begins with the experience of meditative heat {drod} and deals with the first twelve of the 37 wings to enlightenment see thirty-seven factors [RY]

tshogs lam - path of accumulation. The first of the five paths which forms the foundation for the journey towards liberation and involves gathering a vast accumulation of merit dedicated towards this attainment. On this path one gains an intellectual and conceptual understanding of egolessness through learning and reflection. By means of cultivating the four applications of mindfulness, the four right endeavors, and the four legs of miraculous action, one succeeds in eliminating the gross defilements that cause samsaric suffering and in attaining the virtuous qualities of the superknowledges and the 'samadhi of the stream of Dharma' leading to the path of joining [RY]

tshogs lam gyi nyams len bzhi - the four practices of the path of accumulation [tshul khrims la gnas pa dang, lam gyi chos la thos bsam bya ba, lam gyi chos la sgom bya ba, 'phags pa'i rigs bzhi la gnas pa bcas bzhi'o] [IW]

tshogs lam gyi yan lag lnga - the five limbs of the path of accumulation [1 so skye'i tshul khrims la brten pa, two dbang po'i sgo sdom pa, three zas kyi tshod rig pa, four nam gyi cha stod smad la mi nyal bar rnal 'byor la brtson pa, five dran shes ldan pas dge ba la rtse gcig tu gnas par dga' ba bcas lnga'o] [IW]

tshogs lam chung ngu - lesser path of accumulation *[tshogs lam gsum gyi nang gses, dran pa nye bar bzhag pa bzhi sgom pa sbyor lam la 'jug pa ste skye ba'i dus ma nges pa'o] [IW]

tshogs lam chung ngu - lesser path of accumulation [RY]

tshogs lam chung ngu - lesser path of accumulation [tshogs lam gsum gyi nang gses, dran pa nye bar bzhag pa bzhi sgom pa sbyor lam la 'jug pa ste skye ba'i dus ma nges pa'o] [IW]

tshogs lam chen po - greater path of accumulation [RY]

tshogs lam chen po - greater path of accumulation. tshogs lam gsum gyi nang gses, rdzu 'phrul gyi rkang pa bzhi sgom pa sbyor lam drod tshe 'dir skye bar nges pa'o [IW]

tshogs lam chen po - the highest level of the path of accumulation [RY]

tshogs lam 'bring po - middling path of accumulation - tshogs lam gsum gyi nang gses, yang dag par spong ba bzhi sgom pa tshe phyi mar sbyor lam la skye ba'i dus nges pa'o] [IW]

tshogs lam gsum - the three divisions of the path of accumulation [tshogs lam la dbye na gsum, tshogs lam chung ngu dang, tshogs lam 'bring po dang, tshogs lam chen po ste gsum mo] [IW]

rdzu 'phrul gyi rkang pa bzhi - Four legs of miraculous action. Determination, discernment, diligence, and samadhi; perfected on the greater path of accumulation [RY]

yang dag spong ba bzhi - four right exertions. To avoid giving rise to nonvirtuous qualities, to abandon the ones that have arisen, to give rise to virtuous qualities, and to avoid letting the ones that have arisen degenerate. They are perfected on the medium stage of the path of accumulation [RY]

lam - Paths. The five paths or stages on the way to enlightenment: the path of accumulation, joining, seeing, cultivation, and no more learning. They can be explained differently according to each of the three vehicles [RY]

lam lnga - five paths. The five paths or stages on the way to enlightenment: the path of accumulation, joining, seeing, cultivation, and consummation or no more learning [RY]

sa bcu - 1) the 10 bodhisattva-bhumis; 2) * the 10 levels of path of accumulation [IW]

so skye tshogs lam pa - an ordinary person on the path of accumulation [RY]