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kun brtags pa'i gang zag med pa - absence of a conceptualized personal (self-entity) [RY]

kun brtags pa'i bdag med - absence of a conceptualized self-entity [RY]

bka' rtags kyi phyag rgya bzhi - Syn {chos kyi sdom bzhi}. the Four Seals that Signify the Teachings, Buddha's Words, or Four Seals Indicative of the Transmitted Precepts: 1) All composite things are impermanent, or All that is compounded is impermanent {'dus byas thams cad mi rtag pa}; 2) All defiling things are suffering, or All that is corrupt is suffering {zag bcas thams cad sdug bsngal ba}; 3) All phenomena are empty and devoid of a self-entity, or All things are without self {chos thams cad stong zhing bdag med pa}; 4) Nirvana is peace/quiescence {mya ngan las 'das pa zhi ba} [RY]

gang zag gi bdag med - egolessness of the self; the absence of a self in persons; selflessness of the individual, lack of self of the individual; nonexistence of the self of the individual personality; individual nonself, egolessness of person, absence of a self-entity in a person, selflessness of the person, personal selflessness, lack of individual self, one of {bdag med gnyis} two selflessnesses [RY]

gang zag gi bdag 'dzin - adherence to a personal self-entity, clinging to a personal ego [IW]

gang zag gi bdag 'dzin - adherence to a personal self-entity, clinging to a personal ego [one of the bdag 'dzin gnyis, gdags gzhi rang rgyud kyis bsdus pa'i phung po la brten nas clinging to me and mine, personal self-habit [conscious, unconscious] [IW]

gang zag gi bdag 'dzin - adherence to a personal self-entity, personal ego-clinging; conception of/ to conceive of a self of the individual personality; personal self-habit [conscious, unconscious] [RY]

gang zag dang chos la bdag med pa - the absence of a self-entity in people and things [RY]

gang zag dang chos la bdag med pa dag yongs su shes pa - full understanding of the absence of both a personal identity a self-entity in phenomena [RY]

gang zag la bdag med pa - absence of a self-entity in the individual [RY]

dgag bya'i bdag - the self-entity to be refuted [RY]

dgag bya'i bdag gnyis - the twofold self-entity to be refuted [RY]

chos kyi bdag - self of phenomenon; phenomenal self, self-entity of dharmas, self-reality of phenomena, the ego of dharmas; self-nature of phenomena; Def. by Jamgön Kongtrül: {gzung ba dang 'dzin pa'i chos su brtags pa} / {phyi nang gi chos thams cad rang mtshan du bden par zhen pa} [RY]

chos kyi sdom bzhi - The Four Summaries of the Dharma, the four dharma emblems. Syn {chos rtags kyi phyag rgya bzhi}. the four seals. Syn {phyag rgya bzhi}. The four main principles of Buddhism. These four main principles marking a doctrine as Buddhist are: 1) {'du byas thams cad mi rtag pa}, All conditioned/compounded things are impermanent; 2) {zag bcas thams cad sdug bsngal}, all defiling things (defiled with ego-clinging) are suffering; 3) {chos thams cad stong zhing bdag med pa'o}, all phenomena are empty and devoid of a self-entity / identityless. 4) {mya ngan las 'das pa ni zhi ba}, nirvana is peace [RY]

chos 'khor gnyis pa - Second Turning of the Wheel of Dharma. The teachings emphasizing 'emptiness,' that all phenomena are devoid of a self-entity and true existence [RY]

chos thams cad stong zhing bdag med pa - all phenomena are empty and devoid of a self-entity [RY]

chos thams cad ni bdag med pa'o - all things have no self-entity, all dharmas are devoid of a self [RY]

chos thams cad la bdag tu 'dzin pa - to apprehend all things as having a self-entity [RY]

chos bdag med pa - the absence of a self-entity in phenomena [RY]

chos rnams thams cad ni bdag med pa - all things are devoid of a self-entity [RY]

chos la bdag med pa - the absence of a self-entity in things [RY]

chos la bdag med pa'i ye shes rnam par mi rtog pa - thoughtfree wakefulness [that sees] the absence of self-entity in things [RY]

mchog gi don chos la bdag med pa - the supreme meaning - the absence of a self-entity in phenomena [RY]

'jig rten pa'i bsam gtan - Mundane dhyana. A meditation state characterized by attachment, especially to bliss, clarity and nonthought, and lacking insight into the emptiness of a self-entity [RY]

'jig ltas bzung ba'i bdag - the self-entity apprehended by means of the belief in the transitory collection [RY]

'jig tshogs la lta ba - [satkayadrshti] view of the transitory collection, the belief in the transitory collection [as possessing a self-entity]. View based on perishable aggregates. Grasping to the self as being permanent and self-existing [positing a concrete, self reality based on the notions of "I" and "mine"] [RY]

rtag bdag - permanent self-entity [RY]

bdag gnyis - two kinds of self-entity [RY]

bdag tu lta ba - 1) self-oriented view, belief in [the existence of] a self-entity, the belief in ego; the point of view that there is ego; self-oriented view, belief in [the existence of] a self-entity; 2) to hold the belief in a self; view in terms of an individual self and/ or a self-nature to phenomena [RY]

bdag rtag pa gcig pu rang dbang can - the permanent, singular and self-contained self-entity [RY]

bdag rtog - concept of a self-entity [RY]

bdag med - 1) ownerless; 2) egoless)/ [anatman, non- self, non-ego, egoless[ness], devoid of ego, lack of self-entity, selfless[ness], no-self, non-entity; ownerless, self and non-self] [IW]

bdag med - Selflessness. The innate absence of a self-entity in both the individual person as well as in matter and mind [RY]

bdag med - 1) selflessness. 2) unclaimed, not owned by anyone, owner-less. 3) Egolessness, absence of self, anatman, nonself, non-ego, egolessness, devoid of, without a, lack of self-entity, selflessness, no-self, non- entity, owner-less. lack of self, selflessness; lack of self, selflessness; without a self, lacking a self, insubstantial, [anatman] [RY]

bdag med gnyis - Twofold selflessness. The inherent absence of a self-entity in the individual person as well as in all phenomena [RY]

bdag med gnyis - twofold egolessness, lack of a self-entity; two selflessness. 1) {gang zag gi bdag med} selflessness of the person. 2) {chos kyi bdag med} selflessness of things. the two egoless states; both the nonexistence of the individual self and the lack of self-nature in phenomena [RY]

bdag med pa gnyis - the two types of absence of a self-entity [RY]

bdag rang dbang can - self-contained self-entity [RY]

bdag sred - cherishing of a self-entity [RY]

phyi rol pas brtags pa'i bdag rtag pa gcig pu rang dbang can - the permanent, singular and self-contained self-entity as conceptualized by non-Buddhists [RY]

mi rtag sdug bsngal stong bdag med - impermanent, painful, empty, and devoid of self-entity [RY]

mu bzhi'i skye 'gog - four-cornered refutation of origination / production, [a Prasangika argument establishing nonself / absence of a self-entity]. Four Limits. The limits of birth and death. or production and cessation {skyed 'gog} the limits of eternalism and nihilism {rtag chad} the limits of being and non-being {yod med} and the limits of appearance and emptiness {snang stong} [RY]

zag bcas kyi chos - Mipham Rinpoche: {zag bcas kyi chos 'di dag skad cig gis mi rtag pa dang/ sdug bsngal ba dang stong pa dang bdag med par gnas pa'i phyir snying po med pa dang/ yid brtan gyi gnas ma yin la sdug bsngal ba nyid du bden pa zhes bya'o} "Since all these defiling phenomena each moment are impermanent, painful, empty, and devoid of self-entity, they are substanceless, unreliable, and are, therefore, taught as the 'truth of suffering' ". [RY]

gzung ba rang bzhin med par rtogs pa - to realize what is perceived is devoid of a self-entity [RY]

rang bzhin gsum - Three natures (mtshan nyid gsum). The aspects of phenomena as set forth by the Chittamatra and Yogachara schools: the 'imagined,' the 'dependent,' and the 'absolute.' The imagined (kun brtags) is the two kinds of self-entity. The dependent (gzhan dbang) is the eight collections of consciousness. The absolute (yongs grub) is the empty nature of things, suchness [RY]