reg pa

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1.(Tha dad pa reach, touch, contact; 2) contact [IW]

reg pa, reg pa, reg pa, reg trans. v.; contact, to touch, contact, to reach, [rapport], 1) contact, as one of the twelve links, the sixth of the twelve links of dependent origination, as one of the twelve links, the sixth of the twelve links of dependent origination. Def. by Jamg�n Kongtr�l: yan lag drug pa ni/ mngal nas phyir btsas te yul dang/ dbang po dang/ rnam par shes pa gsum 'dus pa'i reg pa 'byung ba yin zhing/ de'ang reg pa dngos ni/ rnam shes yul dang phrad pa las yul des shes par 'gyur ba'i cha zhig 'byung ba de 2) sensory contact; contact, as one of the five ever-present mental states, one of kun 'gro lnga; Def. by Jamg�n Kongtr�l: yul dbang yid byed gsum 'dus pa las tshor ba bde sdug dang mthun par dbang po'i 'gyur ba yongs su gcod par byed pa Def. by Jamg�n Kongtr�l: gsum 'dus nas yul yongs su gcod par byed pa [RY]

. . . gis ma reg pa - not/ to be subject to/ influenced by . . . [RB]

sparsha, contact, total pattern, rapport, mibp 27, get in touch with, attain to, reach, touch, come in contact with, feel, perceive, connection, dab, to encounter [JV]

/ (1.(Tha dad pa) touch conact, reach, attain reg nas 'jam rtsub tsor [,//shing gi yal ga mgo bor reg pa,//rkang pa sar ma reg pa,//sangs rgyas kyi sa la reg pa; 2) contact [one of the kun 'gro lnga yul dbang sems gsum 'dus nas yul la phrad cing rang yul dpyod par byed pa'i shes pa'o,, 1 of the five ever-present mental states, kun 'gro lnga and 6th of the 12 links] he 6th of the 12 links of dependent origination def yul dbang yid byed gsum 'dus pa las tshor ba bde sdug dang mthun par dbang po'i 'gyur ba yongs su gcod par byed pa] [IW]

contact; to touch/ come into contact (with); contact of sense faculty with its object) (one of twelve links of interdependent connection) [RB]

kyis ma reg - unaffected [RY]

sparsha, contact, total pattern, rapport, mibp 27, get in touch with, attain to, reach, touch, come in contact with, feel, perceive, connection, dab, to encounter, discerned [JV]

Discussion

contact. One of the universal mental factors, and also the sixth of the twelve links of interdependence. As a mental factor, it refers to the contact that, when the object, faculty, and consciousness combine, differentiates between pleasant, unpleasant and neutral.

As a link of interdependence, it is described variously in different presentations, but in general it is the contact of sense base with object which then gives rise to feeling.

The Pali, Sanskrit, and Tibetan words can all be literally translated as "touch," and are used to describe the object of body consciousness as well as the above meanings. These languages do not use a separate word for these meanings. DKC