gcod

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gcod - Chö. Literally 'cutting.' A system of practices based on Prajnaparamita and set down by the Indian siddha Phadampa Sangye and the Tibetan female teacher Machig Labdrön for the purpose of cutting through the four Maras and ego-clinging. One of the Eight Practice Lineages of Buddhism in Tibet [RY]

gcod - 1) Chöd practice; 2) cut[ting] [through/ off] cleave, break, destroy, fell, split, chop [off], hew down [IW]

gcod - Chod, Cutting, to cut through / off, cleave. p. {bcad} fut. {gcad} to cut, break, chop off, cut off, destroy, fell, split, chop, hew down; Chod, Cutting, to cut through / off, cleave. p. {bcad} f. {gcad} to cut, break, chop off, cut off, destroy, fell, split, chop, hew down; Chod [RY]

gcod - determines, is defined, define, restrict, circumscribe, severance, antelope?, pantholops hodgsoni abel, destroy, system of practice promulgated by ma gcig lab sgron ma based mainly on zhi byed of pha dam pa sangs rgyas [JV]


SA Eight chariots of the practice lineages (sgrub brgyud shing rta brgyad)