mtshams med pa lnga

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five inexpiable sins [matricide ma gsod pa matrigh ta, arhatcide dgra bcom pa arhadgh ta, patricide pha gsod pa pitrgh ta, creating schism in the community dge 'dun gyi dbyen byas ba sa gha bheda, and to draw blood from a tath gata's body bde bzhin gshegs pa'i sku la ngan sems kyis khrag 'byin pa tath gatasy ntike dustacitta rudhirotp d n m, mvt 2323-2328 (gd-mk) [IW]

five inexpiable sins [IW]

five grave deeds without an interval or with immediate result [JV]

Immediate, five anantarya. The five immediate karmas, sins or evil acts are killing one's mother, one's father, or an Arhat; causing schism in the Sangha of bhikshus; and drawing blood from a Tathagata with evil intent. The five close to or approaching them (de dang nye ba lnga) are defiling one's mother who is an Arhanti; killing a Bodhisattva on the Definite Stage (niyata bhumi); killing an Arya on the Path of Training (i.e. not yet an Arhat); robbing the Sangha of means of livelihood; and destroying a stupa [RY]

Five deeds with immediate result. The five immediate karmas, sins or evil acts are killing one's mother, one's father, or an arhat; causing schism in the Sangha of bhikshus; and drawing blood from a Tathagata with evil intent. The five close to or approaching them (de dang nye ba lnga) are defiling one's mother who is an arhanti; killing a bodhisattva on the Definite Stage (niyata bhumi); killing an noble being on the path of training (i.e. not yet an arhat); robbing the sangha of means of livelihood; and destroying a stupa [RY]

Five Inexpiable Sins. Matricide ma gsod pa arhatcide dgra bcom pa patricide pha gsod pa creating schism in the community dge 'dun gyi dbyen byas ba and to draw blood from a tathagata's body bde bzhin gshegs pa'i sku la ngan sems kyis khrag 'byin pa; five boundless Offenses. 1) pha bsad pa killing one's father. 2) ma bsad pa killing one's mother. 3) dgra bcom pa bsad pa killing an arhat. 4) de bzhin gshegs pa la ngan sems kyis khrag phyung ba maliciously causing a Tathagata to bleed. 5) dge 'dun gyi dbyen byas pa causing dissention in the Sangha. five inexpiable sins; the five no-intermediaries. The whole teaching of the buddha is that karma, whatever it is, can be purified. Inexpiable means it cannot be purified. Heinous means awful or terrible. The point here is that these five types of action (hence karma) result in a situation where one goes IM-MEDIATELY to the hells upon death. There is no intervening mtshams med pa bardo experience. Hence the translation should be "the five no-intermediaries" or something of that nature [RY]