Vidyadhara level

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rnam par smin pa'i rig 'dzin - Vidyadhara level of maturation; vidyadhara level of Full Maturation. The first of the four vidyadhara levels. The beginning of the path of seeing; the practitioner has reached stability in the development stage and his mind has 'matured' into the form of the yidam deity, but he is yet to purify the remainder of the physical elements [RY]

rnam smin rig 'dzin - Vidyadhara level of maturation [RY]

rnam smin rig 'dzin - knowledge-holder with residues, knowledge-holders of complete maturation, Vidyadhara level of complete ripening, SA rig 'dzin bzhi [JV]

phyag rgya chen po'i rig 'dzin - Vidyadhara level of Mahamudra. The third of the four vidyadhara levels. The stage of the path of cultivation; the practitioner emerges from the luminosity of the path of seeing in the form of the wisdom body of unified state of the 'path of training.' [RY]

phyag rgya chen po'i rig 'dzin - Vidyadhara level of mahamudra [JV]

phyag chen rig 'dzin - Vidyadhara level of Mahamudra [RY]

tshe dbang rig 'dzin - Vidyadhara level of life-mastery [RY]

tshe la dbang ba'i rig 'dzin - Vidyadhara level of Life Mastery; the vidyadhara level of life- mastery, {rig 'dzin bzhi}. Lord of Life; vidyadhara level of Life Mastery; holder of intrinsic awareness with power over longevity [RY]

tshe la dbang ba'i rig 'dzin - Vidyadhara level of long life [JV]

tshe'i rig 'dzin - Vidyadhara level of longevity, (tshe la dbang ba'i rig 'dzin). The second of the four vidyadhara levels. Corresponds to the path of seeing. The practitioner's body turns into the subtle vajra-like body while his mind matures into the wisdom of the path of seeing. It is the attainment of longevity beyond birth and death [RY]

rig 'dzin gyi sa - Vidyadhara levels [RY]

rig 'dzin bzhi - four Vidyadhara levels which result from Mahayoga practice (complete ripening, long life, mahamudra, self-perfection); rnam smin rig 'dzin, tshe la dbang ba'i rig 'dzin, phyag rgya chen po'i rig 'dzin, lhun gyis grub pa'i rig 'dzin [JV]

lhun gyis grub pa'i rig 'dzin - Vidyadhara level of self-perfection [JV]

lhun gyis grub pa'i rig 'dzin - Vidyadhara level of spontaneous perfection. The fourth of the four vidyadhara levels. Corresponds to buddhahood, the path beyond training. The final fruition and state of a vajra holder endowed with the spontaneously perfected five kayas: dharmakaya, sambhogakaya, nirmanakaya, vajrakaya, and abhisambodhikaya [RY]

lhun gyis grub pa'i rig 'dzin - Vidyadhara level of spontaneous perfection. The fourth of the four vidyadhara levels. Corresponding to buddhahood, this is the pathless path beyond training, that which is (merely realized as) becoming steadily more manifest, but which has as an inherent aspect of it's realization the quality of pure cognizance which reflects to reveal it's timeless, spontaneous nature all along. As such, this is realized as final fruition pervading all things, manifesting in and as all things whatsoever. Reality as nonobjective pure cognition. Pure objectless realization. The dimension of a vajra holder endowed with the spontaneously perfected five kayas: dharmakaya, sambhogakaya, nirmanakaya, vajrakaya, and abhisambodhikaya. [RWB]

lhun grub rig 'dzin gyi sa - Vidyadhara level of spontaneous presence. One of the stages during the bardo of dharmata [RY]