Turning of the Wheel

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bka' tha ma legs pa rnam par phye ba'i chos 'khor - the last excellent teachings of the dharma wheel of fully disclosing [the 3rd final turning of the wheel of dharma] [IW]

bka' dang po - the 1st turning of the wheel of dharma [IW]

bka' dang po bden bzhi'i chos 'khor - 1st turning of the wheel of dharma, of the four truths [IW]

bka' bar pa mtshan nyid med pa'i chos 'khor - the 2nd turning of the wheel of dharma on the absence of characteristics [IW]

'khor lo tha ma - the last/ 3rd turning of the wheel of dharma [IW]

'khor lo tha ma - final turning of the wheel (of Buddhadharma) [RB]

'khor lo dang po - first turning of the wheel [of Buddhadharma] [RB]

'khor lo bar pa - middle turning of the wheel [of Buddhadharma] [RB]

'khor lo bar pa - 2nd/ middle turning of the wheel of dharma [IW]

chos kyi 'khor lo gsum pa - three turnings of the doctrinal wheel {dbu ma'i lam gyi bden pa}, {bzhi'i chos 'khor}, - wheel of the doctrine of the middle way which abandons both extremes concerning the four truths), 3rd turning of the wheel of dharma] [IW]

chos bkhor bskor ba - turning of the wheel of dharma, promulgation of the doctrinal wheel [IW]

chos 'khor dang po - 1st turning of the wheel of dharma [IW]

tha ma nges pa don gyi chos - the final teachings on absolute truth/ the definitive meaning [= {bka' tha ma}, the 3rd turning of the wheel of dharma] [IW]

theg pa chen po'i chos - Mahayana teachings. The Buddha's teachings comprised of the second and third turning of the wheel of Dharma as well as the commentaries upon them by the great scholars of India and Tibet [RY]

don dam rnam par nges pa'i chos 'khor - the turning of the wheel of dharma of the true absolute *, the dharmachakra of absolute certainty/ completely ascertaining/ fully realizing the ultimate [IW]

don dam rnam par nges pa'i chos 'khor - the turning of the wheel of dharma of the true absolute (one of the chos 'khor rim pa gsum pa) [IW]

bden pa bzhi - the four noble truths [taught by the Buddha Shakyamuni in the 1st turning of the wheel of dharma. including al the causes and fruitions of samsara and nirvana and what is to be accepted and rejected: the truth of suffering sdug bsngal bden pa dang, the truth of the source/arising of suffering kun 'byung bden pa dang, the truth of the cessation of suffering 'gog pa'i bden pa dang, the truth of the path lam gyi bden pa. Becuse these four dharmas, for the viewpoint of the noble ones de kho na ltar are true and not erroneous, they are called the four noble truths = of the noble ones {'phags pa'i bden pa bzhi} [IW]

bden pa bzhi'i chos 'khor - the [1st] turning of the wheel of dharma of the four noble truths [IW]

bden bzhi chos 'khor - the turning of the wheel of dharma of the four noble truths [IW]

bar ma'i chos 'khor - intermediate turning of the wheel of Dharma [of prajnaparamita and emptiness at Vulture peak] [IW]

bar ma'i chos 'khor - intermediate turning of the wheel of Dharma [IW]

mtshan nyi med pa - (second turning of the wheel called) characteristiclessness [RY]

mtshan nyid med pa'i chos kyi 'khor lo - the wheel of Dharma on the lack/absence of characteristics, the wheel of the doctrine of signlessness [note phenomena's lack of possession of any signs of true existence = second turning of the wheel of dharma) [IW]

mtshan nyid med pa'i chos 'khor - turning of the wheel of dharma of marklessness * the wheel of Dharma on the lack/ absence of characteristics/ the wheel of the doctrine of signlessness [IW]