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four contemplations [RY]

four dhyanas [RY]

four dhyanas: The first dhyana is a state with both concept and discernment. The second dhyana is a state without concept but with just discernment. The third dhyana is a state without delight but with bliss. The fourth dhyana is a state of equanimity [RY]

the four dhyanas [1st-4th. four meditative concentrations, the 1st possesses both ideas and scrutiny rtog pa dpyod pa the 2nd no ideas but scrutiny alone, the 3rd mental action devoid of ideas and scrutiny rtog pa dang dpyod pa yang med pa yid la byed pa bsam gtan gsum pa and the 4th or mental action which is united with delight dga' ba sdud pa yid la byed pa'i bsam gtan bzhi pa mvt 1477-1481 OR 1 joy and reflection two joy and absence of reflection three being free of joy and reflection, four supreme equanimity] [IW]

the four dhyanas [IW]

the four dhyanas, the four absorptions /concentration states, the four states of serenity. 1) joy and reflection. 2) joy and absence of reflection. 3) being free of joy, and equable concentration states. 4) supreme equanimity. Four Meditative Concentrations. The first which possesses both ideas and scrutiny rtog pa dang bcas shing dpyod pa dang bcas pa'i bsam gtan dang po the second which possesses no ideas but scrutiny alone rtog pa med la dpyod pa tsam dang bcas pa bsam gtan gnyis pa the third. or mental action which is devoid of ideas and scrutiny rtog pa dang dpyod pa yang med pa yid la byed pa bsam gtan gsum pa and the fourth. or mental action which is united with delight dga' ba sdud pa yid la byed pa'i bsam gtan bzhi pa [RY]