The Paths

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kun tu 'gro ba'i lam mkhyen pa'i stobs - the power of knowing the paths which lead everywhere. one of {stobs bcu} [RY]

kun shes ldan pa'i dbang po - faculty of having understood all [one of {zag med kyi dbang po gsum} {mi slob pa'i rgyud kyi dbang po dgu po de dag nyid all the kleshas of the paths of seeing and maditation are abandoned. possession of {zad mi skye ba'i ye shes}. [IW]

dkon mchog gsum - Three Jewels. The Precious Buddha, the Precious Dharma and the Precious Sangha. In The Light of Wisdom (Shambhala Publ.), Jamgön Kongtrül explains: "The Buddha is the nature of the four kayas and five wisdoms endowed with the twofold purity and the perfection of the twofold welfare. The Dharma is what is expressed, the unconditioned truth of total purification comprised of cessation and path, and that which expresses, the two aspects of statement and realization appearing as the names, words and letters of the teachings. The Sangha consists of the actual Sangha, the sons of the victorious ones abiding on the noble bhumis who are endowed with the qualities of wisdom and liberation, and the resembling Sangha who are on the paths of accumulation and joining as well as the noble shravakas and pratyekabuddhas." [RY]

skyabs dngos - 1) the actual/ true refuge; 2) the Dharma of the truths of cessation and the paths [IW]

skyes bu gsum gyi lam - the paths for the three types of individuals [RY]

rgyu 'bras kyi theg pa - rgyu dang 'bras bu'i theg pa - causal and resultant vehicles. The teachings of Hinayana and Mahayana that regard the practices of the path as the causes for attaining the fruition of liberation and enlightenment and the Vajrayana system of taking fruition as the path by regarding buddhahood as inherently present and the path as the act of uncovering the basic state. The great master Longchenpa defined them as follows: "The causal vehicles are so called because of accepting a sequence of cause and effect, asserting that buddhahood is attained by increasing the qualities of the nature of the sugata essence, which is merely present as a seed, through the circumstance of the two accumulations. The resultant vehicles are so called because of asserting that the basis for purification is the (sugata) essence endowed with qualities that are spontaneously present as a natural possession in sentient beings, just as the sun is endowed with rays of light; that the objects of purification are the temporary defilements of the eight collections (of consciousnesses), like the sky being (temporarily) obscured by clouds; and that one realizes the result of purification, the primordially present nature, by means of that which purifies, the paths of ripening and liberation. Besides this, there is no difference (between the two) in sequence or quality." [RY]

bsgom lam - the paths of meditation (the five paths {lam lnga} [IW]

mngon du byed pa - lag len bstar ba, attain the paths and bhumis, actualization manifest, realize, actualize, bring to light, brought to realization, cause realization [IW]

nyan thos slob pa - the paths of learning of the shravakas [IW]

nyan rang gi lam - the paths of the shravaka and pratyekabuddha [RY]

gnyen po'i lam - the path of antidotes [path serving as obscuration abandoning antidote, mthong sgom gyi bar including the paths of seeing and meditation, up to??] [IW]

thabs grol gyi lam - the paths of means and liberation [RY]

thams cad du 'gro ba'i lam - [the power of knowing] the paths pursued by all GD [IW]

thams cad du 'gro ba'i lam mkhyen pa'i stobs - the power of knowing the paths pursued by all [RY]

thar cha - 1) aspect of ewnlightenment; 2) that which accords with enlightenment)/ [the paths of accumulation and preparation] [IW]

thogs sbyor mos spyod kyi sa - the level of earnest aspiration that corresponds to the paths of accumulating and joining [RY]

mthong sgom gyi spang bya - the discards of [the paths of] insight and cultivation [RY]

mthong lam dang sgom lam - the paths of seeing and meditation, [IW]

pho nya'i lam - phonya path, mudra, {rnam gsum} the three ~. [sm. {phyag rgya ma}; the paths of the methods [RY]

pho nya'i lam - the paths of the methods [IW]

dbang po gsum - the three faculties [depending on the paths of seeing, meditation, and no more learning mthong lam dang, sgom lam, mi slob pa'i lam gradually established: yongs su ma shes pa yongs su shes pa'i dbang po, yongs su shes pa'i dbang po, yongs su shes pa rtogs pa'i dbang po] dbang po gsum - the three faculties OR capacities [depending on the paths of seeing, meditation, and no more learning mthong lam dang, sgom lam, mi slob pa'i lam gradually established: yongs su ma shes pa yongs su shes pa'i dbang po, yongs su shes pa'i dbang po, yongs su shes pa rtogs pa'i dbang po] OR the three capacities [sharp, intermediate, and dull] [IW]

mos pas spyod pa - practice by devotion [in the paths of accumulation and preparation since emptiness has not been manifestly realized, in terms of mere devotion or abstractions the dharma is practiced [IW]

tshogs sbyor gyi lam - the paths of accumulation and joining [RY]

tshogs sa - assembly hall, meeting place.{tshogs sbyor gyi lam - the paths of accumulation and joining.{tshogs sbyor - tshogs lam dang sbyor lam gnyis [IW]

yengs ma lam - the paths of distraction [RY]

yon tan stobs bcu - Ten Powers. The power of knowing places, definite and indefinite {gnas dang gnas ma yin pa mkhyen pa'i stobs}, the maturation of deeds {las kyi rnam smin}, diverse volitions {mos pa sna tshogs}, diverse sensory bases {khams sna tshogs}, those of supreme acumen and those who are not {dbang po mchog dang mchog ma yin pa}, the paths pursued by all {thams cad du 'gro ba'i lam}, concentration, liberation, contemplation and absorption {bsam gtan dang rnam thar dang ting 'dzin dang snyoms 'jug}, recollecting past abodes {sngon gyi gnas rjes su dran pa}, the transference of consciousness at death and birth {'chi 'pho ba dang skye ba}, and the power of knowing the cessation of corruption {zag pa zad pa} [RY]

lam bgrod pa - travel over, get through, travel the path, to tread the paths [JV]

lam shes kyi chos bcu gcig - the 11 dharmas of knowing the paths [IW]

lam shes kyi rnam pa so drug - the 36 aspects of knowing the paths TSE [IW]

lam shes kyi yan lag lnga - the five aspects of knowing the paths TSE CHN [IW]

lam shes nyid - knowledge of the paths [RY]

sa mi chod - not tread on the paths and bhumis [IW]

sa tshod lam tshod - definitions of the paths and bhumis [RY]

sa mtshams - 1) borders of a place, boundary line; 2) stages [of the paths and bhumis], dividing point, landmark, threshold [IW]

sa lam - the bhumis and the paths. the bhumis and the paths [RY]

sa lam - 1) place and road; 2) * the bhumis and the paths [IW]

sa lam bgrod pa - traverse the paths and stages [RY]

sa lam sbyungs - train in the paths and bhumis/ levels [IW]

sa lam sbyongs - Train in the paths and levels [RY]

sa lam ma phyin - Won't result in progress along the paths and stages [RY]

gsang sngags rdo rje theg pa'i lam thams cad - all the paths of the secret Mantra Vajrayana [RY]