Difference between revisions of "Funny Tibetans"

From Rangjung Yeshe Wiki - Dharma Dictionnary
Jump to navigationJump to search
Line 1: Line 1:
'''Secret Mantra''' ([[gsang sngags]]), Skt. [[guhyamantra]]. Synonymous with Vajrayana or tantric teachings.  
+
'''Secret Mantra''' ([[gsang sngags]]), Skt. [[guhyamantra]]. Synonymous with [[Vajrayana]] or tantric teachings.  
  
 
*'Guhya' means secret, both concealed and self-secret. 'Mantra' in this context means eminent, excellent, or praiseworthy. [RY]
 
*'Guhya' means secret, both concealed and self-secret. 'Mantra' in this context means eminent, excellent, or praiseworthy. [RY]
  
 
Secret Mantra ([[gsang sngags]])
 
Secret Mantra ([[gsang sngags]])
*One of the three types of mantra, along with mantras of retention ([[dhāraṇī]]) and gnostic mantras ([[vidyāmantra]]). The term "secret mantra" (Skt. [[guhya mantra]]) specifically refers to the three inner classes of tantra ([[Mahayoga]], [[Anuyoga]] and [[Atiyoga]]). See also under mantra. [[GD]] (from the Glossary to [[Tibetan Elemental Divination Paintings]])
+
*One of the three types of mantra, along with mantras of retention ([[dhāraṇī]]) and gnostic mantras ([[vidyāmantra]]). The term "secret mantra" (Skt. [[guhya mantra]]) specifically refers to the three inner classes of tantra ([[Mahayoga]], [[Anuyoga]] and [[Atiyoga]]). See also under [[mantra]]. [[GD]] (from the Glossary to [[Tibetan Elemental Divination Paintings]])

Revision as of 08:57, 29 May 2007

Secret Mantra (gsang sngags), Skt. guhyamantra. Synonymous with Vajrayana or tantric teachings.

  • 'Guhya' means secret, both concealed and self-secret. 'Mantra' in this context means eminent, excellent, or praiseworthy. [RY]

Secret Mantra (gsang sngags)