rang bzhin

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རང་བཞིན།

nature (of being*); the very nature (of things); isc. (one's) true nature. [RB]

(inherent, essential, ultimate, in its) nature, natural (disposition, state, constitution, temperament, inherent existence), character, actuality, fact, datum, essence, in itself, givenness, presence, frame of reference, natural state, character of existents, innate essence, manifesting, identity, accidental, character, nature or clarity aspect of primordial base, true nature, intrinsic nature, condition, 1 of chos gsum, the very substance, the substance of, its nature, natural. [JV]

Prakriti, the "ordinary"; one of skad rigs chen po bzhi four great language groups. [RY]

Self-entity. Self-nature. An inherently existent and independent entity of the individual self or of phenomena. Something that can serve as a valid basis for individual attributes. [RY]

gtso bo primal matter. (Samkhya term). [RB]

Skt. svabhava. 1) nature, fundamental / inherent / ultimate nature, essence, own-being, character, quality, identity, self-nature. Syn bdag see ngo bo rang bzhin thugs rje. 2) intrinsic reality, actuality essence. Syn voidness, 3) self-existence, 4) frame of reference, natural expression [of mind]. 5) natural, naturally, short for rang bzhin gyis 6) manifesting. 7) character, consist of. 8) essence, 9) himself, oneself, own, self, intrinsic, natural, self spontaneous; similar to ngo bo but when referring to sugatagarbha, ngo bo refers to the emptiness part whereas rang bzhin refers to the luminosity or clarity part. 10) primal matter Syn gtso bo. / by nature, naturally. vi. to be of the nature of. type, manifesting, nature. Similar to nang tshul, gshis, chos nyid and gnas lugs; consist of, essential [original] nature, own being, in its own being, state of own being, there has been born; independent existence; inherent nature/ self-nature/ the very nature (of things); natural forms [in grammar]. natural expression. the natural expression. essential [original] nature, state of own being, nature, inherent nature, actuality, frame of reference; nature, character; inherent nature, the true nature; natural character. [RY]

nature. [thd]

nature, -self, own, intrinsic, natural, spontaneous, independent existence, natural forms [in grammar], [like ngo bo but sometimes re sugatagarbha, ngo bo = the emptiness part and rang bzhin = luminosity/ clarity part; natural expression attribute of the buddha-body of perfect rapture, ati: the buddha-body of reality, the natural expression - essential [original] nature, state of own being, there has been born, actuality, frame of reference- by nature, naturally, be of the nature of fundamental/ inherent/ultimate nature, essence, own-being, character, quality, identity, self-nature, see ngo bo rang bzhin thugs rje two intrinsic reality, actuality essence, = voidness, three self-existence, four frame of reference, natural expression [of mind] five natural[ly], = rang bzhin gyis six manifesting 7 character, consist of 8 essence, its completely pure essence is unborn its completely pure nature is the vowels and consonants, notes "the vowels and consonants" means communication type, manifesting, nature, 1 state of own being, there has been born, actuality, frame of reference, by nature, naturally, of the nature of, essence, own-being, character, quality, identity, self-nature bdag, intrinsic reality, actuality essence, [= voidness] self-existence, six manifesting 7 character; 8) manifesting,; 1) ngang tshul; 2) unfabricated and arising w/o effort; 3) 1 * chos thams cad kyi rang bzhin bdag med par gcig yin pas grangs gcig mtshon] [= yang dag grub, [rang gi] ngo bo, rang gzugs, = nang tshul, gshis, chos nyid and gnas lugs, bdag,ngang tsul, gshis ka] [IW]

nature, -self, own, intrinsic, natural, spontaneous, independent existence, natural forms [in grammar], * cannot -- as it is *, natural, ordinary [IW]

essence, own nature; Nature [in Hindu phil] [ggd] [RY]

nature, -self, own, intrinsic, natural, spontaneous, independent existence, natural forms [in grammar], * cannot -- as it is [a'ching yig 'di rang bzhin 'jog thabs med: we can't leave this treaty as it is, natural, ordinary [kho rang bzhin ma red: he isn't ordinary] [IW]