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[[ku sa ra]] - Indian master invited to Tibet by King Songtsen Gampo [RY]
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[[khregs chod]] - [[Trekchö]], Cutting Through, the Thorough Cut; 'Cutting through' the stream of delusion, the thoughts of the three times, by revealing naked awareness devoid of dualistic fixation. To recognize this view through the oral instructions of one's master and to sustain it uninterruptedly throughout all aspects of life is the very essence of Dzogchen practice. Together with {thod rgal} the two main parts of {rdzogs chen}. See also {ka dag khregs chod}. Alt. trans. of {khregs chod}: cutting the stiffness / solidity / hardness, cutting through rigidity, cutting resistance; the slash that completely severs [RY]
  
[[kong co]] - 1) queen, lady, princess etc. 2) the wife of King Songtsen Gampo [RY]
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[[gnyis 'dzin]] - dualistic grasping, dualistic perception; dualistic fixation, holding as being two; grasping at duality, subject-object, dualistic perceptions [RY]
  
[[khri btsun]] - 1) queen. 2) the Nepalese queen of King Songtsen Gampo [RY]
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[[gnyis 'dzin]] - holding to two, doubt, unsteadiness, wavering, dualistic fixation, dualistic grasping, grasping at duality, dualistic thinking, tied to dualism, dualistic perception, duality, who are always in dualism [JV]
  
[[khrims chen drug]] - the six major laws, {[[gtan khrims lnga]]} + {[[kheng mi ldog pa]]} [instigated by King Songtsen Gampo] [RY]
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[[gnyis 'dzin gyi dri ma]] - defilement of dualistic fixation [RY]
  
[[gram pa rgyangs]] - Drampa Gyang; One of the twelve missionary temple (mtha' 'dul gtsug lag khang) built in the 7th century by King Songtsen Gampo [RY]
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[[gnyis 'dzin gyi bag chag]] - habitual tendencies for dualistic fixation [RY]
  
[[jo bo mi bskyod rdo rje]] - Jowo Mikyö Dorje, a crowned-Buddha image in Ramoche Temple at Lhasa, brought by the Nepalese wife of King Songtsen Gampo [RY]
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[[gnyis su 'dzin pa]] - dualistic fixation [RY]
  
[[jo bo rin po che]] - Jowo Shakyamuni, or Jowo Rinpoche, the crowned Buddha of Lhasa, brought to Tibet by King Songtsen Gampo's Chinese wife [RY]
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[[gzung 'dzin]] - object and subject duality, graspable object and grasping subject, grasping and fixation, dualistic fixation, grasper and the grasped, perceiver and the perceived, apprehendable and the apprehender [IW]
  
[['phags pa spyan ras gzigs kyi sprul pa rgyal po srong btsan sgam po]] - King Songtsen Gampo, an emanation of [[Avalokitesvara]] [RY]
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[[gzung 'dzin]] - perceiver and perceived, subject object duality; subject and object; graspable object and grasping subject, grasping and fixation, dualistic fixation, the grasper and the grasped, perceiver and the perceived, the apprehendable and the apprehender. Syn {bzung rtog dang 'dzin rtog}. Syn {[[bdag rnam gnyis]]}; dualistic perception of/ grasping at object and subject, object-subject dualism [RY]
  
[['phrul snang]] - Trülnang. One of two important temples in Lhasa built by King Songtsen Gampo and housing a statue of Buddha Shakyamuni [RY]
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[[gzung 'dzin zhen pa]] - dualistic fixation(s) [RB]
  
[[brag lha klu phug]] - Dra Lhalupuk; King Songtsen Gampo's meditation cave on the front side of [[Chakpori Hill]] [RY]
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[[rig pa]] - [[Rigpa]]. The state of awareness devoid of ignorance and dualistic fixation [RY]
  
[[ma Ni bka' 'bum]] - teaching of [[Avalokiteshvara]] by King Songtsen Gampo [RY]
 
  
[[zan ching]] - Chinese princess married to King Songtsen Gampo, [[rgya bza' kong jo]] [IW]
 
  
[[yang 'dul lha khang bzhi]] - Four Temples for Further Taming. established by King Songtsen Gampo at Kongpo Puchu, Lhodrak Khoting, Chamtrin Degye, and Changdra Dumtso [RY]
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[[ra mo che]] - Ramochey. One of two important temples in Lhasa housing the statue of Buddha Shakyamuni brought to Tibet by the queens of King Songtsen Gampo [RY]
 
 
 
[[ra sa 'phrul snang]] - Rasa Trulnang. A famous temple in Lhasa built by King Songtsen Gampo [RY]
 
 
 
[[lha gcig khri btsun]] - Bhrikuti, King Songtsen Gampo's Nepalese queen [RY]
 
 
 
[[lha sa]] - Lhasa. 'Abode of the Gods.' The capital of Tibet and location of the famous Jokhang temple founded by King Songtsen Gampo [RY]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Revision as of 22:45, 6 March 2007

khregs chod - Trekchö, Cutting Through, the Thorough Cut; 'Cutting through' the stream of delusion, the thoughts of the three times, by revealing naked awareness devoid of dualistic fixation. To recognize this view through the oral instructions of one's master and to sustain it uninterruptedly throughout all aspects of life is the very essence of Dzogchen practice. Together with {thod rgal} the two main parts of {rdzogs chen}. See also {ka dag khregs chod}. Alt. trans. of {khregs chod}: cutting the stiffness / solidity / hardness, cutting through rigidity, cutting resistance; the slash that completely severs [RY]

gnyis 'dzin - dualistic grasping, dualistic perception; dualistic fixation, holding as being two; grasping at duality, subject-object, dualistic perceptions [RY]

gnyis 'dzin - holding to two, doubt, unsteadiness, wavering, dualistic fixation, dualistic grasping, grasping at duality, dualistic thinking, tied to dualism, dualistic perception, duality, who are always in dualism [JV]

gnyis 'dzin gyi dri ma - defilement of dualistic fixation [RY]

gnyis 'dzin gyi bag chag - habitual tendencies for dualistic fixation [RY]

gnyis su 'dzin pa - dualistic fixation [RY]

gzung 'dzin - object and subject duality, graspable object and grasping subject, grasping and fixation, dualistic fixation, grasper and the grasped, perceiver and the perceived, apprehendable and the apprehender [IW]

gzung 'dzin - perceiver and perceived, subject object duality; subject and object; graspable object and grasping subject, grasping and fixation, dualistic fixation, the grasper and the grasped, perceiver and the perceived, the apprehendable and the apprehender. Syn {bzung rtog dang 'dzin rtog}. Syn {bdag rnam gnyis}; dualistic perception of/ grasping at object and subject, object-subject dualism [RY]

gzung 'dzin zhen pa - dualistic fixation(s) [RB]

rig pa - Rigpa. The state of awareness devoid of ignorance and dualistic fixation [RY]