sgrub brgyud

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practice lineage [IW]

Practice lineage. The lineage of masters where the emphasis is one's personal experience of the teachings as opposed to the scholastic lineage of expounding the scriptures (bshad brgyud). See Eight Practice Lineages [RY]

the meditative tradition, sadhana lineage, the Practice lineage, the lineage of accomplishment [IW]

practice lineage, lineage of teachings and masters where emphasis is placed on one's personal experience of the teachings, Lineage of the Siddhas, practice lineages [JV]

Practice Lineage, meditative tradition, sadhana lineage, the lineage of accomplishment [RY]

Practice Lineage. The lineage of teachings and masters where emphasis is placed on one's personal experience of the teachings as opposed to the scholastic lineage of expounding the scriptures (bshad brgyud). This phrase also refers to the Eight Great Chariots of the Practice Lineage (sgrub brgyud shing rta brgyad), the eight schools of Buddhism that flourished in Tibet: Nyingma, Kadam, Marpa Kagyü, Shangpa Kagyü, Sakya, Jordruk, Nyendrub, Shije and Chö. Today only the first five survive as independent lineages [RY]