Three Doors

From Rangjung Yeshe Wiki - Dharma Dictionnary
(Redirected from three doors)
Jump to: navigation, search

three doors (sgo gsum)- The subtle three doors are the nadis, pranas and bindus. The gross three doors are body, speech and mind. [RY]

three doors (sgo gsum) - Body, speech and mind; thought, word and deed. the three avenues of your being; physically, verbally, and mentally. three media. The ordinary body {lus} speech {ngag} and mind {yid}. in word, thought and deed. three gates; the three ways [as in body, speech, and mind] [RY]

sgo gsum 'khor 'das ru shan - separating samsara and nirvana of the three doors [RY]

sgo gsum 'khor 'das ru shan dbye ba - making the separation of samsara and nirvana of the three doors [RY]

sgo gsum gyi 'khrul pa zhig - the delusion of three doors collapsed [RY]

sgo gsum gyi nyes spyod - negative deeds of the three doors [RY]

sgo gsum rdo rje mi shigs pa gsum - the three doors as the three indestructible vajras; three imperishable / indestructible realities [RY]

sgo gsum bya ba dgu phrug btang ba - abandon the nine actions of the three doors [RY]

sgo gsum ru shan - separation of the three doors [RY]