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[[Mind]] ([[sems]]), see also consciousness: In Buddhist term, the ordinary condition of the mind is characterized by ignorance and delusion. A succession of conscious instants gives it an appearance of continuity. In absolute terms, the mind has three aspects: emptiness, clarity (ability to know all things) and spontaneous compassion. [MR]
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[[Mind]] ([[sems]]), see also [[consciousness]]: In Buddhist terms, the ordinary condition of the mind is characterized by [[ignorance]] and [[delusion]]. A succession of conscious instants gives it an appearance of continuity. In absolute terms, the mind has three aspects: [[emptiness]], [[clarity]] (ability to know all things) and spontaneous [[compassion]]. [MR]
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Latest revision as of 06:02, 30 June 2006

Mind (sems), see also consciousness: In Buddhist terms, the ordinary condition of the mind is characterized by ignorance and delusion. A succession of conscious instants gives it an appearance of continuity. In absolute terms, the mind has three aspects: emptiness, clarity (ability to know all things) and spontaneous compassion. [MR]