Two Accumulations

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(tshogs gnyis). The accumulations of merits and of Wisdom-knowledge that one must gather by practicing the Perfections so as to achieve Enlightenment. [RY]

the two accumulations (of merit and wisdom); two accumulations/ stores; two provisions / gatherings. merit bsod nams kyi tshogs and wisdom ye shes kyi tshogs [RY]

two accumulations. The accumulation of merit with concepts and the accumulation of wisdom beyond concepts [RY]

tshogs gnyis - the two accumulations [IW]

tshogs gnyis - two accumulations/ provisions: {bsod nams gyi tshogs} and {ye shes kyi tshogs} [IW]

tshogs gnyis - the two accumulations (of merit and wisdom); two accumulations/ stores; two provisions / gatherings. merit {bsod nams kyi tshogs} and wisdom {ye shes kyi tshogs} [RY]

tshogs gnyis - two accumulations/ stores [RB]

tshogs gnyis - two accumulations. The accumulation of merit with concepts and the accumulation of wisdom beyond concepts [RY]

tshogs gnyis - the two accumulations [bsod nams kyi tshogs &, ye shes kyi tshogs gathering/ provision of merit {bsod nams kyi tshogs}/ pu.nyasambha^ra. and of pristine cognition {ye shes kyi tshogs}. or jn~a^nasambha^ra GD TSE] [IW]

tshogs gnyis - 2 pursuits of life (religion and wealth), 2 accumulations (ye shes, bsod nams), two accumulations of merit and wisdom [JV]

Occurrences

rgyu 'bras kyi theg pa - rgyu dang 'bras bu'i theg pa - causal and resultant vehicles. The teachings of Hinayana and Mahayana which regard practices of the path as the causes for attaining/revealing 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 which 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 (rnam shes tshogs brgyad), like the sky being (temporarily) obscured by clouds; and that one realizes the result of purification, the primordially present nature, by means of this which purifies, the paths of ripening and liberation. Besides this, there is no difference (between the two) in sequence or quality." [RY]

chogs gnyis - the two accumulations [IW]

thabs shes tshogs gnyis - two Provisions of skillful means and discriminative awareness [the provisions through which the enlightened family of inner growth {rgyas 'gyur gyi rigs}. is attained, according to the Supreme continuum of the greater vehicle. [Gd]. the two accumulations of means and knowledge, sm. {tshogs gnyis} [IW]

thabs shes tshogs gnyis - the two accumulations of upaya and prajna = {tshogs gnyis: two accumulations/ provisions: {bsod nams gyi tshogs} pu yasambh ra and {ye shes kyi tshogs} j¤ nasambh ra [IW]

thabs shes tshogs gnyis - means and knowledge as the two accumulations, two accumulations of means and knowledge, two provisions of skillful means and discriminative awareness. Syn {tshogs gnyis} [RY]

don dam sems bskyed - arouse absolute bodhicitta [with yongs 'dzin dam pa: transmission of perfect buddhahood, rjes sgrub dam pa: the two accumulations gathering countless things into 1, rtogs pa dam pa: realization perceiving the egolessness of all dharmas, by those three ultimates khyad par du byas pa'i arouse the essence/ viewpoint of absolute mind [from shamatha and vipashyana] [IW]

'bras bu chos sku - the fruition dharmak ya [the ultimate qualities attained by collecting the two accumulations (tse rig] [IW]

man ngag - Oral instructions, (gdams ngag). As opposed to the scholastic tradition, the oral instructions of the Practice Lineage are concise and pithy so they can always be kept in mind; they are practical and to the point so they are effective means to deal directly with the practices of purifying one's obscurations and gathering the two accumulations [RY]

tshogs - mass, accumulation, host, horde, collection, feast 'od zer gyi tsogs a mass of light rays. bsod nams ye shes tsogs gnyis the two accumulations, merit and wisdom] [IW]

tshogs - accumulation. Provisions for the path. See 'two accumulations.' [RY]

tshogs gnyis kyi spyod pa rlabs po che - the immense practice of the two accumulations [RY]

tshogs gnyis gong du spel - further increase the two accumulations [RY]

tshogs gnyis rgya mtsho lta bu - the ocean-like two accumulations [RY]

tshogs gnyis rdzogs pa - perfection of the two accumulations [RY]

tshogs gnyis rdzogs pa - to perfect the two accumulations [RY]

tshogs gnyis rdzogs par bya ba - to perfect the two accumulations [RY]

tshogs gnyis zung du sbrel - combining the two accumulations [RY]

tshogs gnyis bsags pa - to gather the two accumulations [RY]

tshogs bsags pa - Gathering accumulations. The virtuous practices of perfecting the 'two accumulations' of merit and wisdom [RY]

zag bcas kyi dge ba - conditioned virtue. Spiritual practice in which a dualistic point of reference is used. Includes the preliminaries, seven branches and so forth. Unconditioned virtue is the recognition of buddha nature, often called 'threefold purity.' These two aspects of virtue gather the two accumulations, remove the two obscurations, manifest the twofold knowledge, and actualize the two kayas [RY]

ye shes kyi tshogs - def {chos sku'i dngos rgyu} accumulation of wisdom, [jnana sambhara]; collection of wisdom-knowledge, accumulation / store of wisdom / awareness, one of {tshogs gnyis} two accumulations, provision of pristine cognition. wisdom, accumulation of gathering, collection of wisdom-knowledge, accumulation / store of wisdom / awareness, one of {tshogs gnyis} two accumulations [RY]

lam tshogs gnyis - the two accumulations of the path [IW]

bsags pa - 1) gather, collect, accumulate; 2) composite, conglomeration; 3) establish produce [p gsog pa],, [eg "producing" merit and wisdom in the two accumulations] [IW]

bsags sbyang - accumulate and purify [make the two accumulations and purify obscurations and evil deeds] [IW]

bsod nams kyi tshogs - accumulation of merit, [punya sambhara]; provision of merit. good fortune merit accumulation gathering, store of merit, one of the {tshogs gnyis} the two accumulations; {sangs rgyas kyi gzugs sku'i dngos rgyu} [RY]

bsod nams kyi tshogs - Accumulation/ store of merit [one of the {tshogs gnyis} = the two accumulations] dmigs pa dang bcas pa'i mchod sbyin etc. karma of white virtue [IW]

bsod nams dang ye shes tshogs gnyis - the two accumulations of merit and wisdom [RY]

bsod nams ye shes tshogs gnyis - the two accumulations of merit and wisdom [RY]