Egolessness

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'khor ba'i dgra - 1) samsara's enemy: the knowledge that realizes egolessness. Syn {bdag med rtogs pa'i shes rab}. 2) liberation. Syn {thar pa} 3) the enemy of the world, epithet of Mara [RY]

'khor ba'i dgra - 1) prajna that realizes egolessness; 2) liberation; 3) Mara [IW]

gang zag gi bdag med - the selflessness of individuals - individual nonself, egolessness of persons [absence of a self-entity in a person, selflessness of the person, personal selflessness, lack of individual self [one of {bdag med gnyis}. = two self-lessnesses, self existence of of the skandhas included in an individual's continuum] [IW]

gang zag gi bdag med - egolessness of the self; the absence of a self in persons; selflessness of the individual, lack of self of the individual; nonexistence of the self of the individual personality; individual nonself, egolessness of person, absence of a self-entity in a person, selflessness of the person, personal selflessness, lack of individual self, one of {bdag med gnyis} two selflessnesses [RY]

gang zag gi bdag med rtogs pa'i shes rab - the knowledge which realizes individual egolessness [RY]

gang zag bdag med phra mo - subtle egolessness [RY]

gang zag bdag med rags pa - strong / obvious egolessness [RY]

sgrib gnyis kyi gnyen po bdag med gnyis - twofold egolessness as the remedy against the two obscurations [RY]

nga med - egolessness, no-self [RY]

nga med pa - egolessness, no-self [RY]

chos kyi bdag med - [Dharmanairatmya]; egolessness of phenomena; insubstantiality of phenomena; lack of a self in things; lack of reality in re-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 rtogs pa'i shes rab - the knowledge which realizes the nonself of dharmas, the prajna which realizes the egolessness of all dharmas [RY]

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

chos bdag med pa - absence of an [objective] self of dharmas [one of the two egolessnesses bdag med gnyis, all dharmas lack true existence] [IW]

mchog gi don chos la bdag med pa - the supreme topic, the egolessness of dharmas [IW]

thabs dang shes rab - prajna and upaya. Prajna is knowledge or intelligence; in particular, the knowledge of realizing egolessness. Upaya is the method or technique which brings about realization [RY]

thabs shes - 1) way of doing, plan, strategy, means, method, way to; 2) upaya and prajna, means and knowledge, * and egolessness realizing prajna [IW]

theg pa chen po - Mahayana. 'Greater vehicle.' When using the term 'greater and lesser vehicles,' Mahayana and Hinayana, Mahayana includes the tantric vehicles while Hinayana is comprised of the teachings for shravakas and pratyekabuddhas. The connotation of 'greater' or 'lesser' refers to the scope of aspiration, the methods applied and the depth of insight. Central to Mahayana practice is the bodhisattva vow to liberate all sentient beings through means and knowledge, compassion and insight into emptiness. Mahayana's two divisions are known as Mind-Only and Middle Way. The sevenfold greatness of Mahayana mentioned in Maitreya's Ornament of the Sutras are explained by Jamgön Kongtrül in his All-encompassing Knowledge: "The greatness of focus on the immense collection of Mahayana teachings, the greatness of the means of accomplishing the welfare of both self and others, the greatness of wisdom which realizes the twofold egolessness, the greatness of diligent endeavor for three incalculable aeons, the greatness of skillful means such as not abandoning samsaric existence and enacting the seven unvirtuous actions of body and speech without disturbing emotions, the greatness of true accomplishment of the ten strengths, the fourfold fearlessness, and the unique qualities of the awakened ones, and the greatness of activity which is spontaneous and unceasing." [RY]

bdag med - 1) selflessness. 2) unclaimed, not owned by anyone, owner-less. 3) Egolessness, absence of self, anatman, nonself, non-ego, egolessness, devoid of, without a, lack of self-entity, selflessness, no-self, non- entity, owner-less. lack of self, selflessness; lack of self, selflessness; without a self, lacking a self, insubstantial, [anatman] [RY]

bdag med kyi don dam rnam gnyis - two meanings/ kinds of egolessness [of individuals {gang zag gi bdag med} or pudgala nair tmya and of phenomena {chos kyi bdag med} or dharma nair tmya] [IW]

bdag med kyi don dam rnam gnyis - two meanings/ kinds of egolessness [IW]

bdag med kyi don rnam gnyis - the 2-fold truth of egolessness ubhaya-nair tmya non selfhood of individuals gang zag gi bdag med pudgalanair tmya and chos kyi bdag med dharmanair tmya [IW]

bdag med kyi shes pa - knowledge of egolessness / absence of identity [RY]

bdag med gi 'khor lo - chakra of egolessness [bliss maintaining chakra, (5th chakra, us w 28 nadi-petals] [IW]

bdag med lnga - the five egolessnesses [= the five amritas, (urine, excrement, blood, semen and brains.] [IW]

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 gnyis ka - the two types of egolessness [RY]

bdag med gnyis rtogs - realization of the two types of egolessness [RY]

bdag med gnyis rtogs kyi mkhyen pa - knowledge realizing the two egolessnesses [IW]

bdag med don rnam gnyis - the two egolessnesses [IW]

bdag med bden pa - the truth of egolessness [IW]

bdag med pa - identitylessness, egolessness, selflessness [RY]

bdag med pa mngon par rtogs pa - true realization of egolessness [RY]

bdag med pa mngon par rtogs pa - realization of egolessness [IW]

bdag med pa nyid - egolessness, identitylessness, nonexistence of a self [RY]

bdag med pa nyid - egolessness [IW]

bdag med pa gnyis - the two egolessnesses [of individuals and dharmas] [IW]

bdag med pa gnyis - the two egolessnesses [IW]

bdag med pa gnyis ka rtogs pa - realization of the two types of egolessness [RY]

bdag med pa la bdag go snyam du phyin ci log - within egolessness wrongly thinking, "it is an ego" [IW]

bdag med pa'i lta ba - the view of egolessness [RY]

bdag med pa'i don - egolessness, the meaning of egolessness, the benefit of egolessness [IW]

bdag med pa'i don - the fact of egolessness [RY]

bdag med pa'i 'du shes - perception/ conception of non-self/ egolessness [IW]

bdag med pa'i rnam pa bsgom pa - meditation on [the phenomena of] egolessness [IW]

bdag med pa'i mtshungs pa nyid - the equality of egolessness [IW]

bdag med par smra ba - proponent of egolessness [RY]

bdag med phra rags - subtle and obvious egolessness [RY]

bdag med sman - the medicine of egolessness, amrita [IW]

bdag med smra ba - proponent of egolessness [RY]

bdag med la nges pa skyes pa - gained certainty in egolessness [RY]

bdag med la nges pa mi skye ba - does not have certainty in egolessness [RY]

bdag med gsum - the three kinds/ aspects of egolessness [the three aspects of sugata-essence, 1) gang zag gi bdag med dang, of individuals 2) chos kun gzung 'dzin dang rdzas gzhan gyis stong pa the emptiness of all dharmas of gzung 'dzin [subject and object, grasping and fixation] 3) chos bden grub kyis stong pa the emptiness of all dharmas of true existence OR 1) {gzhi dus kyi rang bzhin rnam dag}, the natural purity at the time of the ground 2) {lam dus kyi dag la ma dag}, the partial purity at the time of the path 3) {'bras dus kyi glo bur bral dag}, the purity of freedom from momentary (stains) at the time of fruition] [IW]

bdag la bdag med par gzung ba - grasp egolessness as ego [grammatically could be the reverse] [IW]

dpyad sgom - analysis and meditation/ investigation analytic rational, inspective, investigative, examinative, scrutinizing, analytical investigation [way of meditating on emptiness, the meaning of egolessness. [IW]

byang sems kyi theg pa - bodhisattvayana [having received the gate of entering the vows of aspiration and application, the view is realizing the two egolessnesses bdag med gnyis, the meditation of the 37 factors of enlightenment, byang phyogs so bdun, the action of the {spyod pa bsdu dngos bzhi} and {phar phyin drug} the fruition of the 10 bhumis and finally the level of {kun tu 'od kyi sa} [IW]

mi rtag sdug bsngal stong pa bdag med - impermanence, suffering, emptiness, and egolessness [RY]

tshogs lam - path of accumulation. The first of the five paths which forms the foundation for the journey towards liberation and involves gathering a vast accumulation of merit dedicated towards this being revealed. On this path one gains an intellectual and conceptual understanding of egolessness through learning and reflection. By means of cultivating the four applications of mindfulness, the four right endeavors, and the four legs of miraculous action, one succeeds in eliminating any gross defilements which cause samsaric suffering and in revealing the virtuous qualities of the superknowledges and the 'samadhi of the stream of Dharma' leading to the path of joining [RY]

shes rab - Prajna. Knowledge or intelligence. In particular, the 'knowledge of realizing egolessness.' [RY]

sems can tsam la dmigs pa'i snying rje - because of impermanence and egolessness not making any exclusions whatsoever in terms of compassion with sentient beings as object(s) [IW]

bse ru rang rgyal gyi lam - path of the rhinoceros-like pratyekabuddha [among the {sher phyin don bdun}, a partial realization {bdag med phyed dang gnyis} the pratykekabuddha lam shes.] [IW]

bdag med - 1) selflessness. 2) unclaimed, not owned by anyone, owner-less. 3) Egolessness, absence of self, anatman, nonself, non-ego, egolessness, devoid of, without a, lack of self-entity, selflessness, no-self, non- entity, owner-less. lack of self, selflessness; lack of self, selflessness; without a self, lacking a self, insubstantial, [anatman] [RY]

bdag med pa'i don ni kun tu rtog pa tsam gyi don - "Egolessness" is simply a false conception [IW]