mnyam bzhag

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1) composure; meditation state, equipoise; meditative equipoise; evenly resting; equanimity, [formal] meditation; period / state of contemplation, the state of even contemplation. 2)mnyam par bzhag pa to leave [the mind] in equanimity, to rest in equipoise / evenness. 3) [mudra of] equanimity, evenness [RY]

(sam'ahita:) [rest in cha mnyam par ting nge 'dzin where gang zag dang chos kyi bdag med pa'i stong pa nyid la the mind is 1 pointedly focused], [meditative] equipoise, evenly resting, equanimity, meditation state, composure, (formal) meditation, resting in evenness, period/ state of contemplation [IW]

mnyam par bzhag pa (formal meditative) equipoise [RB]

immediate experience, knowledge by experience into which no concepts enter, transcending awareness of mystic, illumination, to continue in the state, composure, concentration, non-conceptual primordial awareness, period of contemplation, knowledge through immediate experience, concentrative composure, hand gesture of meditative equanimity, settle into naturalness, meditative equipoise, absorption, naturalness, contemplative equipoise, sessions of practice, (for males, back of right hand on left palm with thumbs touching), state of even contemplation, equipoise, evenly composed, equanimity, evenness, remain in the equanimity of contemplation, to settle in the state of the equanimity of contemplation, hands in meditation gesture, remain in contemplation [JV]

samahita * [meditative] equipoise, evenly resting, equanimity, meditation [state], composure, (formal) resting in evenness, period/ state of contemplation [IW]

immediate experience, knowledge by experience into which no concepts enter, transcending awareness of mystic, illumination, to continue in the state, composure, concentration, non-conceptual primordial awareness, period of contemplation, knowledge through immediate experience, concentrative composure, hand gesture of meditative equanimity, settle into naturalness, meditative equipoise, absorption, naturalness, contemplative equipoise, sessions of practice, (for males, back of right hand on left palm with thumbs touching), state of even contemplation, equipoise, evenly composed, equanimity, evenness, remain in the equanimity of contemplation, to settle in the state of the equanimity of contemplation, hands in meditation gesture, remain in contemplation, remain in the equanimity of contemplation [JV]