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kha sbyor gyi yan lag bdun - the 7 aspects of union [of a sambhogakaya buddha) (1) {longs spyod rdzogs pa} complete enjoyment 2) {kha sbyor} union 3) {bde ba chen po} great bliss 4) {rang bzhin med pa} no self-nature 5) {snying rjes yongs su gang ba} completely filled with compassion 6) {rgyun mi chad pa} uninterrupted 7) {'gog pa med pa} unceasing] [IW]

kha sbyor gyi yan lag bdun - the seven aspects of union [of a sambhogakaya buddha]. 1) {longs spyod rdzogs pa} complete enjoyment. 2) {kha sbyor} union. 3) {bde ba chen po} great bliss. 4) {rang bzhin med pa} no self-nature. 5) {snying rjes yongs su gang ba} completely filled with compassion. 6) {rgyun mi chad pa} uninterrupted. 7) {'gog pa med pa} unceasing [RY]

kha sbyor bdun ldan - (met) rdo rje 'chang, endowed with the 7 aspects of union {rdo rje 'chang};: 1) {longs spyod rdzogs pa} complete enjoyment 2) {kha sbyor} union 3) {bde ba chen po} great bliss 4) {rang bzhin med pa} no self-nature 5) {snying rjes yongs su gang ba} completely filled with compassion 6) {rgyun mi chad pa} uninterrupted 7) {'gog pa med pa} unceasing] [IW]

kha sbyor yan lag - the seven qualities of a sambhogakaya buddha (complete enjoyment, union, great bliss, absence of a self-nature, presence of compassion, being uninterrupted, being unceasing) [JV]

kha sbyor yan lag bdun - 7 aspects of supreme union: 1) {longs spyod rdzogs pa} complete enjoyment 2) {kha sbyor} union 3) {bde ba chen po} great bliss 4) {rang bzhin med pa} no self-nature 5) {snying rjes yongs su gang ba} completely filled with compassion 6) {rgyun mi chad pa} uninterrupted 7) {'gog pa med pa} unceasing); sangs rgyas longs spyod rdzogs pa'isku'i rang bzhin ni kha sbyor yan lag bdun dang ldan pa ste,longs spyod rdzogs pa'i yan lag dang, kha sbyor gyi yan lagbde ba chen po'i yan lag rang bzhin med pa'i yan lag snyingrjes yongs su gang ba'i yan lag rgyun mi 'chad pa'i yan lag'gog pa med pa'i yan lag rnams so] [IW]

kha sbyor yan lag bdun - Seven aspects of union. The seven qualities of a sambhogakaya buddha: complete enjoyment, union, great bliss, absence of a self-nature, presence of compassion, being uninterrupted, and being unceasing [RY]

kha sbyor yan lag bdun dang ldan pa - possessing the 7 aspects of union: 1) {longs spyod rdzogs pa} complete enjoyment 2) {kha sbyor} union 3) {bde ba chen po} great bliss 4) {rang bzhin med pa} no self-nature 5) {snying rjes yongs su gang ba} completely filled with compassion 6) {rgyun mi chad pa} [IW]

kha sbyor yan lag bdun ldan gyi go 'phang - buddhahood having the 7 features of father and mother facing one another; 1) {longs spyod rdzogs pa} complete enjoyment 2) {kha sbyor} union 3) {bde ba chen po} great bliss 4) {rang bzhin med pa} no self-nature 5) {snying rjes yongs su gang ba} completely filled with compassion 6) {rgyun mi chad pa} uninterrupted 7) {'gog pa med pa} unceasing] [IW]

ngo bo nyid kyis - factually, naturally, through its own self-nature, by its own self-nature [JV]

dngos po med pa'i ngo bo nyid stong pa nyid - emptiness of self-nature/ true existence of things and non-things [among the stong nyid bcu drug] [IW]

dngos po med pa'i ngo bo nyid stong pa nyid - emptiness of self-nature/ true existence of things and non- things [IW]

cha med kyi rdul - partless atoms, indivisible particle [said by Vaibhashikas to have self-nature] [IW]

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 bdag med - [Dharmanairatmya]; egolessness of phenomena; insubstantiality of phenomena; lack of a self in things; lack of reality in cognizable objects; lack of self of phenomena; no objective identity; non-self existence of all phenomena; nonexistence of a self-nature of phenomena; nonself of dharmas; objective selflessness; one of the {bdag med gnyis} two selflessness; phenomenal nonself; selflessness of dharmas; selflessness of phenomena; unreality of phenomena [RY]

chos kyi bdag med pa - selflessness/ egolessness / lack of self-nature / naturelessness of dharmas [IW]

chos kyi bdag 'dzin - conception of/ to conceive in terms of a self-nature of phenomena; conception of a self of phenomena, objective habit [RY]

chos kyi bdag 'dzin gnyis - the two graspings of a self-nature of dharmas [IW]

chos kyi bdag 'dzin phra mo - subtle grasping of a self-nature of phenomena [IW]

chos kyi bdag rang mtshan gyi grub pa med pa'i stong nyid - the emptiness of non-establishment of a[n individuating self-nature / svabhava and svalakshana] of dharmas [IW]

chos nyid ngang gi khro bo - basic self-nature of the natural wrathful dharmata [RY]

chos thams cad la bdag tu phar 'dzin pa - grasp all dharmas as external self-natures [IW]

'jig thogs la lta ba - view of a transitory collection as a self-nature [IW]

nyon mongs pa lnga ye nas dag pa'i rang bzhin ye shes lnga - the self-nature of the five passions primordially pure, is the five wisdoms [RY]

de yin pa - that which discloses its self-nature [JV]

de yin pa'i sangs rgyas pa'i che ba - the greatness of enlightenment that discloses its self-nature [JV]

bdag nyid - -atma, essence, nature, I myself, he himself, thou thyself, i, great being, being, lord, master, sovereign, self-nature, one's state, essential nature, fundamental nature, one's own condition, substance, me, state of one's self [JV]

bdag gnyis - twofold identity: personal identity and identity of phenomena/ things; two aspects of selfhood: individual self and self-nature of phenomena; abbr. of {gang zag gi bdag dang chos kyi bdag} two postulated identities: self of individuals {gang zag gi bdag nyid} and that of phenomena {chos kyi bdag nyid} [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 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 zhen pa - to fixate upon the self of the individual personality and/ or self-nature of phenomena [RY]

bdag rtag gcig rang dbang ba - w a self-nature eternal, 1 and autonomous [IW]

bdag med - {chos rnams thams cad bdag med} all things are without self-nature [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 - nonexistence of the self of the individual personality and/ or self-nature of phenomena; lack of self-nature of its own in phenomena [RY]

nang bdag lta'i ru dra - inner rudra of viewing in terms of self-nature [RY]

snang la rang bzhin med pa - an appearance w/o substance, visible yet non-concrete, appearing while having no self-nature, apparent though nothing as such, in itself, appearing while nothing in itself [IW]

snang la rang bzhin med pa - an appearance without substance, visible yet inconcrete, appearing while having no self-nature, apparent though nothing as such, in itself, appearing while nothing in itself [RY]

snang la rang bzhin med pa - manifest yet without inherent/ self-nature [RB]

phung po lnga ye nas dag pa'i rang bzhin rgyal ba rigs lnga - the self-nature of the five skandhas primordially pure, is the 5 buddhas [RY]

phyi bdag lta'i ru dra - outer rudra of viewing in terms of self-nature [RY]

ma rig gsum - Syn {ma rig rnam gsum; threefold loss of awareness. 1) {rgyu bdag nyid gcig pa'i rig pa} the sole potential self-nature loss of awareness, the primary cause inherent in mind as such. 2) {lhan cig skyes pa'i ma rig pa} coemergent loss of awareness. 3) {kun tu btags pa'i ma rig pa} self arising appearance, grasping at other is the loss of awareness through motivated identity. Syn {ma rig rnam gsum} [RY]

rang gi ngo bo - intrinsic essence, the content of what one is, what it is in itself, medium being the message and the form being the content, one's own nature, one's constitution, one's inner shape, the nature itself, one's own essence, self-nature [JV]

rang gi ngo bo nyid - [intrinsic] reality, objective reality, self-nature, their own nature [RY]

rang gi ngo bo nyid - [intrinsic]/[objective] reality, self-nature, their own nature [IW]

rang gi bdag nyid - 1) reflective pronoun; 2) own substance/ self-nature [IW]

rang gi bdag nyid - 1) reflective pronoun. 2) own substance, own self-nature [RY]

rang rgyud - 1) my being, your being, one's being, stream of existence, stream of being, a self-nature, ego, your own mind. 2) {rang rgyud dul ba} tamed beings. 3) self constituted, own continuum / autonomous, autonomy. 4) an independent argument, dogmaticism, privacy, logical; character/ temperament; one's own mind stream [RY]

rang rgyud - 1) my/ your/ 1's being/ continuum/ thought, stream of existence, stream of being, a self-nature, ego, your own mind; 2) self constituted, autonomous, autonomy; 4) an independent argument, dogmaticism, privacy, logical; 5) 1's family lineage [IW]

rang ngo - 1) natural face, own essence, one's own nature, self-nature. 2) its very essence; (one's own) true nature; one's own nature; natural face; self-face, original face, true nature. own nature; one's own real nature, "one's own face" [RY]

rang bzhin - svabhava 1) nature, fundamental / inherent / ultimate nature, essence, own-being, character, quality, identity, self-nature. Syn {bdag} see {ngo bo rang bzhin thugs rje}. 2) intrinsic reality, actuality essence. Syn voidness, 3) self-existence, 4) frame of reference, natural expression [of mind]. 5) natural, naturally, short for {rang bzhin gyis} 6) manifesting. 7) character, consist of. 8) essence, 9) himself, oneself, own, self, intrinsic, natural, self spontaneous; similar to {ngo bo} but when referring to sugatagarbha, {ngo bo} refers to the emptiness part whereas {rang bzhin} refers to the luminosity or clarity part. 10) primal matter Syn {gtso bo}. / by nature, naturally. vi. to be of the nature of. type, manifesting, nature. Similar to {nang tshul, gshis}, {chos nyid} and {gnas lugs}; consist of, essential [original] nature, own being, in its own being, state of own being, there has been born; independent existence; inherent nature/ self-nature/ the very nature (of things); natural forms [in grammar]. natural expression. the natural expression. essential [original] nature, state of own being, nature, inherent nature, actuality, frame of reference; nature, character; inherent nature, the true nature; natural character [RY]

rang bzhin - nature, -self, own, intrinsic, natural, spontaneous, independent existence, natural forms [in grammar], [like {ngo bo} but sometimes re sugatagarbha, {ngo bo} = the emptiness part and {rang bzhin} = luminosity/ clarity part; natural expression attribute of the buddha-body of perfect rapture, ati: the buddha-body of reality, the natural expression - essential [original] nature, state of own being, there has been born, actuality, frame of reference- by nature, naturally, be of the nature of fundamental/ inherent/ultimate nature, essence, own-being, character, quality, identity, self-nature, see {ngo bo rang bzhin thugs rje} two intrinsic reality, actuality essence, = voidness, three self-existence, four frame of reference, natural expression [of mind] five natural[ly], = {rang bzhin gyis} six manifesting 7 character, consist of 8 essence, its completely pure essence is unborn its completely pure nature is the vowels and consonants, notes "the vowels and consonants" means communication type, manifesting, nature, 1 state of own being, there has been born, actuality, frame of reference, by nature, naturally, of the nature of, essence, own-being, character, quality, identity, self-nature {bdag}, intrinsic reality, actuality essence, [= voidness] self-existence, six manifesting 7 character; 8) manifesting,; 1) ngang tshul; 2) unfabricated and arising w/o effort; 3) 1 * chos thams cad kyi rang bzhin bdag med par gcig yin pas grangs gcig mtshon] [= yang dag grub, [rang gi] ngo bo, rang gzugs, = {nang tshul}, {gshis}, {chos nyid} and {gnas lugs}, {bdag},ngang tsul, gshis ka] [IW]

rang bzhin gyi rnam par dag pa - purification of self-nature [RY]

rang bzhin gyis - naturally, by nature, by itself, spontaneously, natural spontaneously, of itself, by its very nature, by nature, by its self-nature [JV]

rang bzhin gyis med pa - [in "higher" sense] ineffable by nature [acc. to CR, this means rang bzhin GYIS med pa]; isc. by nature\ not what it seems [in "lower" sense] without/ have no independent nature/ self-nature [RB]

rang bzhin stong pa nyid - {yongs grub ni chos thams cad kyi chos nyid kyi tshul du gnas pa} emptiness of self-nature [RY]

rang bzhin stong pa nyid - emptiness of self-nature, natural/ intrinsic emptiness [IW]

rang bzhin mthong ba - seeing self-natured [RY]

rang bzhin dang bcas pa'i snang ba - experience with self-nature [RY]

rang bzhin dang bcas pa'i snang ba - experience w self-nature [IW]

rang bzhin dang bral ba'i snang ba - experience devoid of a self-nature [RY]

rang bzhin ma grub - devoid of self-nature [JV]

rang bzhin ma grub pa - has no self-nature [RY]

rang bzhin med - no reality in itself, nothing in itself, no being of its own, nothing specific in itself, entirely essenceless, nothing has a self-nature [JV]

rang bzhin med pa - devoid of a self-nature / concrete essence, intrinsic realitylessness. Syn {bdag med pa} not inherently existent, noninherent existence, identitylessness, realitylessness. Syn {ngo bo nyid kyis stong pa}; without any inherent nature; (to) lack inherent self-nature; not inherently existent, noninherent existence, identitylessness, realitylessness. Syn {ngo bo nyid kyis stong pa}; devoid of a self-nature [RY]

rang bzhin med pa - {rang bzhin gyis med pa} [in "higher" sense] ineffable by nature [acc. to CR, this means rang bzhin GYIS med pa]; isc. by nature\ not what it seems [in "lower" sense] without/ have no independent nature/ self-nature [RB]

rang bzhin med pa - without self-nature [RY]

rang bzhin med pa - devoid of a self-nature/ concrete essence, [intrinsic] realitylessness, not inherently existent, identitylessness [IW]

rang bzhin med pa - absence of inherent existence, non-existence of phenomena in their true nature, non-existent in true nature, non-inherent existence, absence of substance, absence of self-nature, without any inherent nature, not exist, ineffable by nature, devoid of a self-nature [JV]

rang bzhin med pa - devoid of a self-nature/ concrete essence, intrinsic realitylessness not inherently existent, identitylessness, realitylessness [syn {ngo bo nyid kyis stong pa} = {bdag med pa} [IW]