Multiplicity

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grangs - cold, frequency, number, enumerate, multiplicity, quantity [JV]

grangs kyi rnam pa - manifestation of multiplicity [JV]

dngos po sna tshogs - multiplicity of material phenomena [JV]

gcig dang du ma - unity and multiplicity, unity and multiplicity [JV]

gcig du ma - one or many, unity and multiplicity [JV]

ji snyed pa - as much as there is; the multiplicity of things; things in (all) their multiplicity [RB]

ji snyed pa - all possible things, things as they are found; as much as there is; the multiplicity of things, the variety/varieties [of things]. [RY]

ji snyed pa mkhyen pa'i ye shes - the knowledge that perceives all possibly existing things; the knowledge of quantity, the knowledge which knows the quantity of all phenomena; pristine cognition which qualitatively knows phenomena; pristine awareness that knows/ perceives the multiplicity of things [RY]

ji snyed pa mkhyen pa'i shes rab - sublime knowing/ wisdom/ transcendent knowledge that knows/ discerns/ perceives all that there is/ the multiplicity of things/ of things in (all) their multiplicity [RB]

ji snyed pa mkhyen pa'i shes rab - transcendent knowledge which knows the multiplicity of things [RY]

ji snyed pa gzigs pa'i ye shes - pristine awareness which knows/ perceives the multiplicity of things [RY]

ji snyed pa gzigs pa'i ye shes - {ji snyed pa mkhyen pa'i ye shes} timeless awareness of all that there is/ that knows/ discerns/ perceives all that there is/ the multiplicity of things/ of things in (all) their multiplicity/ as many things as there are [RB]

ji snyed par mkhyen pa'i shes rab - sublime knowing/ wisdom/ transcendent knowledge that knows/ discerns/ perceives all that there is/ the multiplicity of things/ of things in (all) their multiplicity [RB]

ji snyed par gzigs pa'i ye shes - {ji snyed pa mkhyen pa'i ye shes} timeless awareness of all there is/ which knows/ discerns/ perceives all there is/ the multiplicity of things/ of things in (all) their multiplicity/ as many things as there are [RB]

du ma - multiple appearances, many, a lot of, much, various, several, many, multiplicity [JV]

du ma dang mi rtag pa - multiplicity and impermanence [IW]

du ma ro gcig - multiplicity as being one taste [RY]

sdom bzhi - fourfold truth, (compound multiplicity, transience, origin of suffering, essential insubstantiality), four aphorisms [JV]

rnam kun - in (their) multiplicity; in every respect [RB]

rnam grangs - synonyms, sum total, enumeration, delusory, countless, item, amenable to being framed within categories, specification, treatise, dissertation, paper, multiplicity [JV]

sna tshogs - vishva; diversity, different kinds; all kinds, diversified, manifold world, varied, variegated, variety, various, multiplicity, varying, carious, plethora, Citra bhanu, the 16th year of {rab byung}, Syn {chu pho rta}; multicolored [RY]

sna tshogs - manifoldness, all, earth, various, all sorts, every kind, diversity, a constellation, SA chu smad skar ma, multiplicity, different kinds, infinitely diverse, variety, in all its variety, variety of phenomena, various types, various ways, dissimilar, many different types, of various kinds, variety of types, various aspects, although various, different [JV]

bag chags sna tshogs pa'i kun gzhi - ground of all experience as a multiplicity of habitual patterning/ patterns [RB]

bag chags sna tshogs pa'i kun gzhi - all-ground of various tendencies; all-ground for manifold tendencies; all ground of various propensities, ground of all experience as a multiplicity of habitual patterns [RY]

rdzogs chen dbang bzhi - four empowerments of the great perfection: 1) [outer empowerment of conceptual elaboration {phyi spros bcas kyi dbang}

2) the inner empowerment which is free from conceptual elaboration {nang spros bral gi dbang}

3) the secret empowerment which is very unelaborate {gsang ba shin tu spros bral gi dbang} and

4) the most secret empowerment which is extremely unelaborate {gsang chen rab tu spros bral gi dbang}.

The distinctions between these are explained in Longcenpa, treasury of spiritual and philosophical systems, pp 370-372 briefly, the 1st employs a multiplicity of ritual objects and ideas, the 2nd is free from both ritual objects and ideas, the 3rd is beyond conception and description, while the 4th is the empowerment into the nature of the body of reality- [IW]