ting nge 'dzin

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1) samadhi, meditative concentration mental event/ focus, stabilization, meditative stablization/ absorption/ trance absorption, total involvement, undividedness, deep concentration, holistic-ness, holistic experience, wholeness, contemplation. [IW]

(state of deep) meditative absorption/ samadhi; isc. profound meditative state (of) [RB]

1) samadhi, meditative concentration mental event/ focus, stabilization, meditative stablization/ absorption/ trance absorbtion, total involvement, undividedness, deep concentration, holistictness, holistic experience, wholeness, contemplation [1 of the five object determining mental states] 1 of the byang chub yan lag bdun the 7 causes of enlightenment] zhi rags dang bden bzhi sogs brtag bya'i dngos po la sems rtse gcig pa]1 of the 'phags lam gyi yan lag brgyad. = the eightfold noble path [IW]

1) samadhi; 2) mental event/ focus, [meditative] stablization; 3) [meditative] absorbtion, total involvement, undividedness, holistic experience, wholeness, meditative stabilization; 4) concentration, 1 of the five object determining mental states; 5) contemplation 1 of the byang chub yan lag bdun the 7 causes of enlightenment [zhi rags dang bden bzhi sogs brtag bya'i dngos po la sems rtse gcig pa1 of 'phags lam gyi yan lag brgyad. = the 8-fold noble path yang dag par 'dzin pa ste brtag pa'i dngos po'am dmigs pa la sems rtse gcig sbreng chags su 'dzin pa'i sems byung ngo [IW]

Def. by Jamgon Kongtrul: zhi rags dang bden bzhi sogs brtag bya'i dngos po la sems rtse gcig pa one of the 'phags lam gyi yan lag brgyad the eightfold noble path; 1) samadhi, concentration, mental focus, stabilization, meditative stabilization. meditative absorption; contemplation, state of contemplation, absorption, total involvement, undividedness, deep concentration, meditative concentration, holisticness, holistic experience, wholeness, meditative stabilization. ting nge 'dzin 'jug ldang entering and arising from samadhi. 3) Concentration, as one of the five object determining mental states, contemplation, meditative absorption, meditative trance. 4) one of the byang chub yan lag bdun the seven causes of enlightenment. 5) the three samadhis: suchness samadhi, kun tu snang ba'i ting nge 'dzin all-illuminating samadhi, rgyu'i ting nge 'dzin seed samadhi] [RY]

samadhi, contemplation, meditative (absorption, concentration, stabilization), holistic experience, intense concentration, holistic primordial experience, spiritual integration, (3 types are SA de bzhin nyid ting nge 'dzin, kun tu snang ba ting nge 'dzin, rgyu'i ting nge 'dzin), (3 modes are SA bde chen ting 'dzin, snang srid lha dang lha mo'i ting 'dzin, chu bo rgyun gyi ting 'dzin), SA grogs ting nge 'dzin, 1 of lam yan lag brgyad, 1 of bslab pa gsum, visualization, meditation phase [JV]

samadhi. 'Adhering to the continuity of evenness.' A state of undistracted concentration or meditative absorption which in the context of Vajrayana can refer to either the development stage or the completion stage [RY]