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skye ba med pa - Nonarising. In the aspect of ultimate truth, all phenomena are devoid of an independent, concrete identity and have therefore no basis for such attributes as 'arising, dwelling, and ceasing' i.e. coming into being, remaining in time and place, and ceasing to exist [RY]

sgyu ma rigs grub pa'i dbu ma pa - Def. by Jamgön Kongtrül: {snang ba la spros pa rnam par bcad pa'i yongs gcod don dam bden par 'dod pa ste sangs rgyas bskyangs sogs so} [Trans.]> "Those who assert the thorough elimination which eliminates elaborations with respect to appearances as ultimate truth, Buddhapalita and so forth." [RY]

nges pa'i don - ultimate truth, SA nges don, definitive meaning [JV]

dag mnyam bden pa - the truths of purity and equality. A term used by Kh. Namdrol (of NNI) within the context of Anuttara Yoga tantra to refer to the aspects of appearance and emptiness, or conventional and ultimate truths, which are explained as inseparable {dbyer med}. [mss] [RY]

dam pa'i don - ultimate truth, real sense; ultimate, real sense [RY]

dam pa'i don du - from the standpoint of ultimate truth [RY]

don dam gyi bden pa - ultimate truth, absolute truth, "truth of sublime meaning", ultimate level of truth [RY]

don dam bden pa - ultimate truth [paramaartha-satya] absolute truth, ultimate truth. essence or literal meaning of the absolute truth; ultimate reality [RY]

don dam bden pa - ultimate truth, sacred truth [JV]

don dam bden pa dkor bdun - seven aspects of the spiritual wealth of ultimate truth [RY]

don dam bden pa gnyis - the two kinds of ultimate truth, {rnam grangs pa'i don dam}, {rnam grangs ma yin pa'i don dam} [RY]

don dam pa - ultimate; ultimate truth, ultimate reality, to be ultimately true / real, in reality / actuality. Syn {de bzhin nyid} [RY]

don dam pa'i bden pa - ultimate truth; absolute truth, ultimate level of truth [RY]

bden pa gnyis - Two truths. Relative truth and ultimate truth. Relative Truth describes the seeming, superficial and apparent mode of all things. Ultimate Truth describes the real, true and unmistaken mode. These two aspects of reality are defined by the Four Philosophical Schools as well as the tantras of Vajrayana in different ways, each progressively deeper and closer to describing things as these are. [RY]

bden pa gnyis - two levels of truth, two truths [absolute and relative]; relative truth {kun rdzob kyi bden pa} and ultimate truth {don dam bden pa} Syn {bden gnyis} [RY]

rnam grangs dang ldan pa'i don dam bden pa - ultimate truth which employs synonyms [RY]

rnam grangs med pa'i don dam bden pa - ultimate truth without synonyms [RY]

dbyings don dam pa'i bden pa - ultimate truth of this nature; ultimate truth of dharmadhatu [RY]

ma rig pa - ignorance. Ignorance of good and evil deeds causes us to take rebirth in the three realms of samsara. Ignorance of the ultimate truth is the main cause of samsaric existence. [RY]

zab mo brgyad - as in {zab mo brgyad ldan rtogs pa'i shes rab kyi spyan} the eight qualities of understanding the ultimate truth [RY]

yang dag pa'i mtha' - highest limit of reality; the true goal, True Goal, bhuta-koti. ultimate truth, emptiness. Syn {stong pa nyid, de bzhin nyid} [RY]

sems nyid skye ba med pa - non-arising nature of mind. In the aspect of ultimate truth, all phenomena are devoid of an independent, concrete identity and have therefore no basis for such attributes as 'arising, dwelling and ceasing' i.e. coming into being, remaining in time and place, and ceasing to exist. [RY]

srid pa'i rim pa gsum - three stages of existence. The objects to be purified in the development stage are defined as the 'three stages of existence' with five aspects of involvement through the way they ripen. That is to say: Since all things, inside or outside, which have substantial existence, are self-existing awareness and emptiness, therefore, the existence of dying, as the first stage, is ultimate truth; the existence of taking rebirth, as the next stage, is conventional truth; and the existence of rebirth, as the last stage, involving childhood, youth and maturity, is the non-dual two truths. "The aspects of involvement are defined as five." These are: 1) the dying state of existence as the ultimate truth, 2) the intermediate state of existence as the relative truth, and the reborn state of existence, which has three progressive stages. These three are the stage from taking birth to childhood, the stage of youth and prime of life, and the stage from adulthood to old age. In this way there are five stages. [RY]