snang gsum

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3 perceptions (impure, pure, and neutral), SA las snang, nyams snang, dag snang [JV]

the three kinds of appearance [IW]

three experiences [RY]

Three Appearances. In general these are the object bzung ba'i yul the subjective consciousness 'dzin pa'i don and the body 'gro ba'i lus 1) the desire realm which is the variable coarse appearance of body lus rags pa'i snang bar 'dod khams. 2) The form realm which is the blissful semi-appearances of speech ngag phyed snang bar gzugs khams and 3) The formless realm which is the intangible appearance of mind sems kyi snang ba ma myong ba gzugs med khams [RY]

three experiences; [detailed expl., Light of Wisdom, Vol. 2, page 177] [RY]

gzung ba'i yul, grasped object, 'dzin pa'i sems, grasping mind, and body of a being 'gro ba'i lus. Respectively assocated w desire realm as variable coarse appearance of body lus rags pa snang ba 'dod khams; blissful semi-appearance of speech of the pure form realm ngag phyed snang ba gzugs khams; and formless realm which is the intangible appearance of mind sems kyi snang ba ma myong ba gzugs med khams GD [IW]