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Tsering Yangtso. [RY]

Tseringma. [RY]

Tseten Dorje ovethrows the Rinpungpa, begins the 76 years rule of the Tsangpas: 1566 [MR] Tsewang Chokdrub Palbar (tshe dbang mchog grub dpal 'bar). The name of Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche. [RY]

Tsewang Chokdrub Palbar; See Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche [LW1] [RY]

Tsewang Drakpa (tshe dbang grags pa). Son of Chokgyur Lingpa. [RY]

Tsewang Drakpa [LW1] [RY]

Tsewang Norbu (tshe dbang nor bu). Son of Chokgyur Lingpa. [RY]

Tsewang Norbu [LW1] [RY]

Tsewong Norbu. (tshe dbang nor bu) Holder of the Khatok Nyingma lineage, eighteenth century. [Peter Roberts]

Tsi Temple (rtsis kyi lha khang). [ZL] [RY]

Tsibri of Gyal (rgyal gyi rtsib ri). [ZL] [RY]

Tsikey Monastery [LW1] [RY]

Tsilung (rtsis lung). [ZL] [RY]

Tsimara. [RY]

Tsitta Sangphuk. [RY]

Tso Mapham (mtsho ma pham); same as Lake Manarasovar [LW1] [RY]

Tsogdruk Rangdrol (tshogs drug rang grol). 'Self-liberated six collections' of cognitions. It is also the name of Lama Shabkar. [RY]

Tsognyi Rinpoche (grub dbang tshogs gnyis): 1789-1844 [MR]

Tsogyal (mtsho rgyal). Also known as Khandro Yeshe Tsogyal, the close disciple of Guru Rinpoche who compiled the major part of his teachings. [RY]

TSOGYAL (mtsho rgyal). See under 'Yeshe Tsogyal.'[AL] [RY]

Tsogyal (mtsho rgyal). See Yeshe Tsogyal. [ZL] [RY]

Tsogyal. See Yeshe Tsogyal [LW1] [RY]

Tsokye Nyingtig (mtsho skyes snying thig); secret sadhana (gsang sgrub) [LW1] [RY]

Tsong-kha-pa - Fifteenth century founder of dGe-lugs-pa school. [Tarthang]

Tsongkhapa - The twenty-fifth of the tenth lunar month is the anniversary of Je Tsongkhapa's nirvana. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Tsongkhapa / (tsong kha pa) – (1357-1419) Fifteenth century founder of dGe lugs pa school [RY]

Tsongkhapa: [MR]

Tsopema. [RY]

Tsuglag Trengwa (gtsug la 'phreng ba) (1504-1566). The Second Pawo Rinpoche. Disciple of the Mikyö Dorje, the eighth Karmapa, known for his writings on astrology and religious history.[EMP] [RY]

Tsuklag Chokyi Gyalpo. [RY]

tsulpas (tshul pa) were local people from Tsari villages outside the Ravines, who used to help the pilgrims going to Tsari. They would set rest houses (tshul khang) along the pilgrimage route and provide the pilgrims with water and fuel, but rarely provisions. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Tsultrim Nyima. [RY]

Tsurphu (tshur phu). The seat of H.H. the Karmapa in Tolung, Central Tibet. [RY]

Tsurphu [LW1] [RY]

Tsurphu. [RY]

Tukdrub Barchey Kunsel (thugs sgrub bar chad kun sel). A cycle of teachings revealed by Chokgyur Lingpa together with Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo consisting of about ten volumes of texts. Belong to the principle of Guru Vidyadhara. For details, see foreword to The Great Gate, (Rangjung Yeshe Publ.). Tukdrub means 'Heart practice,' Barchey Künsel means 'dispeller of all obstacles.' See also Barchey Künsel. see also 'Four Cycles of Guru Sadhana'; [LWx] [RY]

Tukdrub Deshek Dupa. [RY]

Tukdrub Gongpa Kundu. [RY]

Tukdrub Sampa Lhundrup. [RY]

Tukdrub Yishin Norbu. [RY]

Tukdrub Yishin Norbu. See Sampa Lhündrub [LW1] [RY]

Tukdrub Yishin Norbu; Sampa Lhündrub (bsam pa lhun grub) [LW1] [RY]

Tulku (sprul sku). Literally, 'apparitional body.' Can refer to an incarnated bodhisattva who works for the welfare of sentient beings, or to the nirmanakaya manifested by a buddha. [RY]

Tulku (sprul sku). Nirmanakaya. Can refer to an incarnated bodhisattva who works for the welfare of sentient beings, or to the nirmanakaya manifested by a buddha.[Primer] [RY]

Tulku Chokyi Nyima. [RY]

Tulku Jigmey Khyentse [LW1] [RY]

Tulku Jigmey. [RY]

Tulku Pema Wangyal [LW1] [RY]

Tulku Thondup [LW1] [RY]

Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche (sprul sku o rgyan rin po che). A contemporary master of the [[Kagyü] and [[Nyingma lineage]s, who lives at Nagi Gompa in Nepal. [AL] [RY]

Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche, expl. of his lineage for Lamrim Yeshe Nyingpo [LW1] [RY]

Tulku Urgyen Tsewang Chokdrup Rinpoche (sprul sku u rgyan tshe dbang mchog grub rin po che). The long name of Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche. [RY]

Tulku Urgyen. [RY]

Tulku Urgyen: 1919- [MR]

Tumi Sambhota [LW1] [RY]

Tummo - One of the Six Yogas, tummo (gtum mo), which corresponds to the Sanskrit candali, means literally the "wild one." It refers to the practice of the inner heat, which is related to the mastery of the spiritual channels, energies and essences (rtsa, rlung, and thig le). [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Tummo (gtum mo, chandali). A practice to develop inner heat and bliss to consume obscurations and realize emptiness. One of the Six Doctrines of Naropa.[Primer] [RY]

Tummo (gtum mo, chandali). One of the Six Doctrines of Naropa. [RY]

Tummo / gTum mo ()- practice to develop the mystic inner heat in one type of tantric yoga. [RY]

Tun-huang - The eastern terminus of the silk Route; location of extensive Buddhist cave temples and site of important manuscript finds [RY]

Turfan - Ancient Buddhist center in Central Asia; location where many Buddhist manuscripts were found [RY]

Turning the Wheel of Dharma (chos kyi 'khor lo skor ba). Figurative expression for giving Dharma teachings. [RY]

Turquoise Lion Lake (seng ge g.yu mtsho). [RY]

Turquoise Roof Bridge (g.yu thog zam pa), a famous bridge in Lhasa erected by Yutok Yönten Gönpo, the famous luminary of Tibetan medicine. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Tushita (dga' ldan). 'The Joyous', n. of the Pure Land of the thousand Buddhas of this aeon, inhabited only by Bodhisattvas and Buddhas. [RY]

Tushita [LW1] [RY]

Tushita Heaven (dga' ldan). The heavenly realm in which lord Maitreya resides awaiting his appearance in this world as the next buddha. [RY]

Tutelary deity (thugs dam), (yi dam). Enlightened deity on whom one's Tantric practice is centered. [RY]

Tutob Namgyal [LW1] [RY]

Twelve acts of Buddha Shakyamuni (mdzad pa bcu gnyis). According to NG 61: 1) Descending from Tushita Heaven, ('pho ba)., 2) Entering the mother's womb, (lhum zhugs)., 3) Taking birth, (bltams pa)., 4) Becoming skilled in worldly arts and demonstrating physical prowess, (bzo dang)., 5) Enjoying a retinue of queens, (rol rtse)., 6) Renouncing the world, (nges 'byung)., 7) Practicing austerities and renouncing them, (dka' spyad drug)., 8) Going to the essence of awakening (Going towards the Bodhi Tree), (gshegs), 9) Defeating Mara, (bdud sde bcom)., 10) Attaining total enlightenment under the Bodhi Tree, (byang chub)., 11) Turning the Wheel of the Dharma, (chos 'khor)., 12) Departing for the ultimate peace of parinirvana, (myang 'das). [MR]

Twelve acts of Buddha Shakyamuni 1.; (mdzad pa bcu gnyis): (/second set according to Tarthang T.'s Kangyur Karchag, third set according to Namdrang Gyatso):,, 1) skye ba mngon par skye ba *** /Existence of the Bodhisattva as Svetaketu, 2) Moving /Descent ('pho ba) from Tushita, 3) Entering the womb at Kapilavistu, 4) Taking birth at Lumbini /Birth of the Bodhisattva, 5) Becoming skilled in crafts /Acts of dexterity, 6) Enjoying his retinue of queens /Life in the circle of noble women, 7) Renouncing the world /Departure from home, Kapilavistu to Vaisali, to Rajagrha, 8) Practicing austerities on the banks of Nairanjana River, 9) Going to the essence of awakening *** (byang chub snying por gshegs pa) /Victory over Mara, 10) Defeating the maras and attaining perfect enlightenment /Attaining enlightenment, 11) Turning the Wheel of Dharma /1) at Sarnath 2) at Rajagrha 3) at Vaisali and other places, 12) Departing in the Parinirvana at Kusinagara. [MR]

Twelve and a Half Happy Generations (skyid pa'i gdung rabs phyed dang bcu gsum) [LW1] [RY]

twelve ascetic virtues (sbyangs pa'i yon tan bcu gnyis), see NS, vol.2 p.169. [MR-ShabkarNotes] twelve ascetic virtues (sbyangs pa'i yon tan bcu gnyis). 1) To wear clothing found in a garbage heap (phyag dar khrod pa), 2) to own only three monastic robes (chos gos gsum pa), 3) to wear clothes and boots made of felt (phying pa ba), 4) to eat one's meal at a single sitting (stan gcig pa), 5) to live only on alms (bsod snyoms pa), 6) not to eat after midday (zas phyis mi len pa), 7) to live in secluded places (dgon pa ba), 8) to live under trees (shing drung ba), 9) to live in the open air (bla gab med pa), 10) to live in cemeteries (dur khrod pa), 11) to sleep in a sitting posture (tsog pu ba), and 12) to stay wherever one happens to be (gzhi ji bzhin pa). See TC p.2023. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

twelve aspects of ascertainment (nges 'byed bcu gnyis) [LW1] [RY]

Twelve aspects of excellent speech (gsung rab yan lag bcu gnyis). The twelve main divisions of the Buddhist Canon: General Discourses (mdo sde); Proclamations in Song (dbyangs su bsnyad pa); Prophecies (lung du bstan pa); Poetic Pronouncements (tshigs su bcad pa); Special Aphorisms (mched du brjod pa); Declarations (gleng gzhi); Narratives (rtogs pa brjod pa); Parables (de lta bu byung ba); Succession of Former Lives (skyes pa'i rabs); Extensive Sayings (shin tu rgyas pa'i sde); Marvels (rmad du byung ba); Established Doctrines (gtan la dbab pa). [Bardo Guide 91] [RY]

twelve aspects of excellent speech (gsung rab yan lag bcu gnyis); listing [LW1] [RY]

Twelve aspects of interdependence (rten 'byung yan lag bcu gnyis). The twelve-fold cycle of causal connections which binds beings to samsaric existence and thus perpetuates suffering: ignorance, karmic formations, consciousness, name and form, six sense bases, contact, sensation, craving, grasping, becoming, birth, old age and death. [RY]

Twelve Branches of Scriptures {gsung rab yan lag bcu gnyis}. They correspond to twelve types of text, which are: 1) condensed {mdo sde}, 2) melodious {dbyangs bsnyan}, 3) prophetic {lung bstan}, 4) verse {tshigs bcad}, 5) spoken with a purpose {ched brjod}, 6) conversatory {gleng gzhi}, 7) concerning his past lives {skyed rab}, 8) marvelous {rmad byung}, 9) establishing a truth {gtan babs}, 10) biographical {rtogs brjod}, 11) historical {de ltar byung}, and 12) very detailed {shin tu tgyas pa}. [RY]

Twelve buddhas of the maha ati lineage. [RY]

Twelve Deeds (mdzad pa bcu gnyis) [LW1] [RY]

twelve deeds performed by an enlightened buddha (mdzad pa bcu gnyis). 1) Descending from Tusita Heaven (dga' ldan gnas nas 'pho ba), 2) entering the womb of his mother (lhums su bzhugs pa), 3) taking birth (sku bltams pa), 4) becoming skilled in worldly arts and demonstrating physical prowess (bzo la mkhas par ston pa dang gzhon nu'i rol rtsed), 5) enjoying his retinue of queens (btsun mo'i 'khor gyis rol pa), 6) renouncing the world (rab tu 'byung ba), 7) practicing austerities and renouncing them (dka' ba spyad pa), 8) going to the Bodhi-tree (byang chub snying por gshegs pa), 9) subduing Mara (bdud btul), 10) attaining full enlightenment (mngon par sangs rgyas pa), 11) turning the Wheel of the Dharma (chos kyi 'khor lo bskor), 12) passing into the ultimate peace beyond suffering (Skt. parinirvana, Tib. mya ngan las 'das pa). [MR-ShabkarNotes]

twelve deeds performed by fully enlightened Buddhas (mdzad pa bcu gnyis): 1) Descending from Tushita Heaven (dga' ldan gnas nas 'pho ba). 2) Entering the womb of his mother (lhums su bzhugs pa). 3) Taking birth (sku bltams pa). 4) Becoming skilled in worldly arts and demonstrating physical prowess (bzo la mkhas par ston pa dang gzhon nu'i rol rtsed). 5) Enjoying his retinue of queens (btsun mo'i 'khor gyis rol pa). 6) Renouncing the world (rab tu 'byung ba). 7) Practicing austerities and then renouncing them (dka' ba spyad pa). 8) Going to the Bodhi-tree (byang chub snying por gshegs pa) 9) Subduing Mara (bdud btul). 10) Attaining full enlightenment (mngon par sangs rgyas pa). 11) Turning the Wheel of the Dharma (chos kyi 'khor lo bskor). 12) Passing into the ultimate peace beyond suffering (Skt, parinirvana, Tib. mya ngan las 'das pa). [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Twelve Kyongma Goddesses (skyong ma bcu gnyis). Retinue of the Twelve Tenma Goddesses. [ZL] [RY]

Twelve links of dependent origination (rten cing 'brel bar 'byung ba). The twelve-fold cycle of causal connections which binds beings to samsaric existence and thus perpetuates suffering: ignorance (ma rig pa) gives rise to karmic formations ('du byed), which gives rise to consciousness (rnam par shes pa), which gives rise to name and form (ming dang gzugs), which give rise to the six sense bases (skye mched drug), and so on through contact (reg pa), ('tshor ba), craving (sred pa), grasping (nye bar len pa), becoming (srid pa), birth (skye ba), and old age and death (rga shi). See also 'dependent origination.' [Bardo Guide 91] [RY]

Twelve Links of Dependent Origination (Skt. Pratityasamutpada, rten cing 'brel bar 'byung ba) the twelve-fold cycle of causal connections which binds beings to samsaric existence and thus perpetuates suffering: ignorance (ma rig pa) which gives rise to karmic dispositions ('du byed) which gives rise to consciousness (rnam par shes pa) which gives rise to name and form (ming dang gzugs) which give rise to the six senses (skye mched drug) which give rise to contact (reg pa) which gives rise to feeling ('tshor ba) which gives rise to craving (sred pa) which gives rise to grasping (Nye bar len pa) which gives rise to existence (Srid pa) which gives rise to birth (skye ba) which gives rise to old age and death (rga shi). [RY]

twelve links of dependent origination; in relation to the four syllables [LW1] [RY]

Twelve main aspects (gtso bo bcu gnyis) They are also called 'the twelve manifestations' (rnam 'phrul bcu gnyis) They are twelve different forms of Guru Rinpoche as a 'magical net' of emanations to tame beings according to their needs. Inner cycle: 1. rgyal ba'i gdung 'dzin: east. 2. smra ba'i seng ge south: 3. skyes mchog tshul bzang: west. 4. bdud kyi gshed chen: north. Outer cycle: 5. 'dzam gling rgyan mchog: east. 6. padma 'byung gnas: south. 7. khyad par 'phags pa'i rig 'dzin: west. 8. rdzu 'phrul mthu chen: north. Intermediate directions: 9. rig 'dzin rdo rje drag rtsal: south east. 10. skal ldan 'dren mdzad: south west. 11. raksha thod phreng: north west. 12. bde chen rgyal po: north east. [RY]

Twelve main aspects (gtso bo bcu gnyis). See 'twelve manifestations' (rnam 'phrul bcu gnyis). They are twelve different forms of Guru Rinpoche as a 'magical net' of emanations to tame beings according to their needs. [RY]

Twelve manifestations (rnam 'phrul bcu gnyis). [RY]

Twelve qualities (yan lag bcu gnyis). The 12 aspects of the Excellent Speech of the Buddha. [RY]

twelve related causes of inner dependent origination; listing of [LW1] [RY]

Twelve sections of Sutra. These are also known as the twelve aspects of excellent speech (gsung rab yan lag bcu gnyis) and are the twelve main divisions of the Buddhist Canon: General Discourses (mdo sde); Proclamations in Song (dbyangs su bsnyad pa); Prophecies (lung du bstan pa); Poetic Pronouncements (tshigs su bcad pa); Special Aphorisms (mched du brjod pa); Declarations (gleng gzhi); Narratives (rtogs pa brjod pa); Parables (de lta bu byung ba); Succession of Former Lives (skyes pa'i rabs); Extensive Sayings (shin tu rgyas pa'i sde); Marvels (rmad du byung ba); Established Doctrines (gtan la dbab pa). [EMP] [RY]

twelve sense bases. See also aggregates, elements, and sense bases; listing of [LW1] [RY]

Twelve sense-bases (skye mched bcu gnyis). The five senses and the mental faculty, and the five sense objects and mental objects. [RY]

twelve sense-bases. The five senses and the mental faculty, and the five sense objects and mental objects.[Primer] [RY]

Twelve Tenma Goddesses (brtan ma bcu gnyis). Important female protectors of the Nyingma lineage, semi-mundane semi-wisdom protectors. [ZL] [RY]

Twelve times one hundred qualities (yon tan brgya phrag bcu gnyis). At the level of the first bodhisattva bhumi one is able to simultaneously manifest one hundred nirmanakayas for the benefit of beings. There are eleven other such sets of one hundred abilities. See the Abhisamayalamkara by Maitreya. [RY]

twelve times one hundred qualities [LW1] [RY]

Twelve Yama Goddesses (ya ma bcu gnyis). Retinue of the Twelve Tenma Goddesses. [ZL] [RY]

Twelvefold Kilaya Tantra (ki la ya bcu gnyis). Tantra belonging to the Sadhana Section of Mahayoga. Tantras with similar titles are found in Vol. DZA and HA of the Nyingma Gyübum. [ZL] [RY]

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