Three Gates

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khyer so gsum - the three practices/ awarenesses [of appearance sound and awareness [one's own body, speech, and mind snang grags rig gsum} are {lha sngags chos sku}, the guru's three gates = enlightened body speech and mind] [IW]

'khyer so gsum - the three practices,; {snang grags rig gsum} as being {lha sngags chos sku}, Experiencing one's own body, speech, and mind as the guru's/ buddhas three gates] [IW]

rgas 'chol - w old age the three gates are confused and unstable [IW]

sgo gsum - three doors. Body, speech and mind; thought, word and deed. the three avenues of your being; physically, verbally, and mentally. three media. The ordinary body {lus} speech {ngag} and mind {yid}. in word, thought and deed. three gates; the three ways [as in body, speech, and mind] [RY]

sgo gsum 'khrul pa - illusion of the three gates [JV]

bsdam bya - that should be refrained from/ controlled [faults of the three gates, to be abandoned by the three vows [IW]

gnas ngan len - 1) place of receiving evil; 2) unworkability of the three gates; 3) a wrong object ever- increasing power's habitual pattern dwelling in one's continuum; 4) [arch] downfalls, negative tendencies, rebirth in lower realms, rigidity [IW]

rnam that sgo gsum - three gates of emancipation [IW]

rnam thar sgo gsum - three gates of emancipation, three doors of deliverance, three approaches to liberation. Emptiness {stong pa nyid}, aspirationlessness {smon pa med pa}, and attributelessness {mtshan nyid med pa} [RY]

rnam thar sgo gsum - three gates of liberation [rnam par thar pa'i sgo gsum] [IW]

rnam thar sgo gsum - three approaches to liberation [emptiness {stong pa nyid} or s'u^nyat, aspirationlessness {smon pa med pa} or nirpranidh na], and attributelessness {mtshan nyid med pa} or nirlaksana- the three door of delivarance, three gates of emancipation [tserig] [IW]

rnam thar sgo gsum - three gates of/ approaches to liberation [IW]

rnam thar sgo gsum - three approaches/gates to liberation [emptiness {stong pa nyid} or s'u^nyat, aspirationlessness {smon pa med pa} or nirpranidh na], and attributelessness {mtshan nyid med pa} or nirlaksana- the three door of delivarance, three gates of emancipation [tserig] [IW]

rnam par thar pa sgo gsum - the three gates of complete liberation [RY]

rnam par thar pa'i sgo stong pa nyid - Emancipation-gate of emptiness. One of the 'three gates of emancipation.' [RY]

rnam par thar pa'i sgo smon pa med pa - Emancipation-gate of wishlessness. One of the 'three gates of emancipation.' [RY]

rnam par thar pa'i sgo mtshan ma med pa - Emancipation-gate of marklessness. One of the 'three gates of emancipation.' gate of emancipation free from attributes [RY]

rnam par thar pa'i sgo gsum - three gates of emancipation. three avenues/ doorways to liberation. 1) {stong pa nyid}. 2) {smod pa med pa} 3) {mtshan ma med pa}. Emptiness, wishlessness, and marklessness. [TRS 41-3] expl [RY]

rnam par thar pa'i sgo gsum - three gates of liberation [IW]

rnam par thar pa'i sgo gsum - the three gates of liberation [rnam par thar pa thob par byed pa'i ting nge 'dzin gsum ste, stong pa nyid kyi rnam par thar pa'i sgo dang, mtshan ma med pa'i rnam par thar pa'i sgo, smon pa med pa'i rnam par thar pa'i sgo ste gsum] [IW]

rnam par thar pa'i sgo gsum - three gates of liberation [rnam par thar pa thob par byed pa'i ting nge 'dzin gsum ste, stong pa nyid kyi rnam par thar pa'i sgo dang, mtshan ma med pa'i rnam par thar pa'i sgo, smon pa med pa'i rnam par thar pa'i sgo ste gsum] [IW]

rnam par thar pa'i sgo gsum - three gates of emancipation [IW]

rnam par thar pa'i sgo gsum - three gates of emancipation [1) {stong pa nyid}; 2) {smod pa med pa}; 3) {mtshan ma med pa} [IW]

'phro 'du phrin las kyi gzer - the nail of emanating buddha activity. [one of the four nails which control the life breath, srog sdom gzer bzhi in mahayoga [, in particular the one establishing supeme buddha activity. At the time of being below in samsara it purifies the actions of the three gates. At the time of beingabove in buddhahood, it perfects the ground as the fruition of inconceivable buddha activity. In between at the time of the path, by training in the spontaneous activities of the two benefits, the ordinary path of the completion stage with object, and objectless realization of wisdom, the yoga of manifesting luminosity, ripen as purification of the phenomenal world as the kaya of light.] [IW]

bya spyod - act[ion], activities, conduct, movement, behavior, effort of action of the three gates [IW]

bya spyod kyi rtsa 'dzin - program/ guide/ blueprint for [act[ion], activities, conduct, movement, behavior, effort of action of the three gates] [IW]

bya spyod ngan pa - bad/ evil [act[ion], activities, conduct, movement, behavior, effort of action of the three gates] [IW]

bya spyod dngos - real/ main [act[ion], activities, conduct, movement, behavior, effort of action of the three gates] [IW]

bya ba - / (Tha dad pa,; 1) [f byed pa] two called, say, known as; 3) conduct, effort of the three gates; 2) power, use; 4) deed, action, work[er], engage[ment], job, task; 5) matter, affair; 6) thing to be done; 7) doings, activities; 8) entitled [the free duty of bodhisattvas who have attained to non-discursive knowledge]; 9) verb [IW]

dbang gi mtha' rten - the support/ consolidation of abhisheka [pupils dbang thob par bka' drin gtang rag yon du offer a mandala and, promise to keep samaya, offer the three gates in service, dedicate the merit etc. [IW]

dben pa gsum - three solitudes [Body, speech, and mind) 1) in the ordinary sutra and mantra body is isolated from 'du 'dzis, mind from discursive thoughts of non-virtue, and the three gates from ordinary attachments to appearance; 2) a yoga of the mantra completion stage, 'gro ba'i khams thams cad ni rlung gi gzhan dbang du gyur pa yin pas de dbang du 'dus pa'i thabs vajra recitation is ngag dben &, sems la dmigs pa sems dben, self- blessing is sgyu lus.] [IW]

'bung gsum 'don pa - Exert oneself w the three gates [IW]

btsun pa - 1) monk * [h]; 2) abandon[ing] transgressions of the three gates virtuous, respectable; 4) noble; 5) reverend, lord [IW]

btsun pa - 1) monk [R] [h]; 2) abandon[ing] transgressions of the three gates virtuous, respectable; 4) noble; 5) reverend, lord [IW]

btsun pa - 1) monk [whose actions of the three gates are tamed and peaceful] [h]; 2) abandon[ing] transgressions of the three gates virtuous, respectable; 4) noble; 5) reverend, lord [IW]

yongs su 'dzin pa'i mi dge ba - undesired fruitions of transgressions of the three gates 'byin pa'o [IW]

shin tu phra ba'i sgo gsum rdo rje mi shigs pa gsum - three imperishable indestructible realities of the most subtle three gates/media [IW]