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Self-cognizance [RY]

one's own insight; 1) self awareness; aware of oneself; 2) self consciousness (according to Chittamatra), [svasamvedana]; self-cognizing (intrinsic) awareness; [lit.] your mind, inherent cognizance. [one's] self-cognizance. 1) self-known, self-aware, natural awareness, intrinsic awareness, apperception. 2) abr. of rang byung rig pa self-existing insight. 3) self knower, proprioceptive, self-consciousness [apperceptive], self-knower, one's mind, one's own insight, insight, my own mind. 4) the absolute truth in Y. comp. rang gi rig pa; self-existing awareness [RY]

proprioceptive, intrinsic/ natural awareness, self-knower/ cognizance/-known/ -aware/ -existing insight, apperception[ive [self-consciousness], [my/ your/ 1's own] mind/ insight, absolute truth, inherent cognizance TSE [IW]

self-aware[ness] [thd]

self-cognition, apperception [ggd] [RY]

self-cognizant awareness [RY]

self-knowing awareness [Dzogchen]; self-aware(ness) [Yogachara] isvfc. naturally expressive of awareness [cf. CYDz, 163.a.5-6: sang rgyas kyi mdzad pa . . . rang rig] [RB]

svasamvitti, (self-validating, non-referential, immediate, self-revealing, inherent, self-, one's own pure) awareness, noetic act, (accepted by sautrantikas and yogacara), pure sensation, self- (knowledge, awareness, knower, cognition, cognizance), one's own innate presence, natural intelligence, consciousness, one's own rig pa, apperception, self-disclosive awareness, apperception, self-knowing, one's rigpa [JV]

svasamvitti, (self-validating, non-referential, immediate, self-revealing, inherent, self-, one's own pure) awareness, noetic act, (accepted by sautrantikas and yogacara), pure sensation, self- (knowledge, awareness, knower, cognition, cognizance), one's own innate presence, natural intelligence, consciousness, one's own rig pa, apperception, self-disclosive awareness, apperception, self-knowing, one's rigpa, their own Rigpa [JV]