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ka dag lhun grub - primordial purity and spontaneous presence [RY]

ka dag lhun grub - primordial purity and spontaneous presence, original purity & self-perfection, primordially pure & self-perfected [JV]

khyab gdal lhun grub chen po'i zhing khams - the all-pervasive great realm of spontaneous presence, all encompassing great spontaneous buddhafield [RY]

khregs chod lam gyi bskyed rim bzhi - Four Creative Stages of the Path of Cutting Through Resistance. The abiding state {gnas}, the unwavering state {mi g.yo}, sameness {mnyam nyid}, and spontaneous presence {lhun grub} [RY]

'char byed brgyad - eight modes/ ways that allow [spontaneous presence] to arise [RB]

'char tshul brgyad - eight ways/ modes of [spontaneous presence] arising [RB]

mnyam rdzogs lhun grub thig le chen po - equal and perfect great sphere of spontaneous presence [RY]

means and knowledge (thabs dang shes rab) - Skt. prajna and upaya. Buddhahood is revealed by uniting means and knowledge; in Mahayana, compassion and emptiness, relative bodhichitta and ultimate bodhichitta. In Vajrayana, means and knowledge are the development stage and completion stage. According to the Kagyü schools, means refers specifically to the 'path of means,' the Six Doctrines of Naropa and, knowledge to the 'path of liberation,' the actual practice of Mahamudra. According to Dzogchen, 'knowledge' is the view of primordial purity, the Trekchö practice of realizing the heart of enlightenment in the present moment, while 'means' is the meditation of spontaneous presence, the Tögal practice of exhausting defilements and fixation through which the rainbow body is realized within one lifetime [RY]

thod rgal - Tögal. 'Direct crossing.' Dzogchen has two main sections: Trekchö and Tögal. The former emphasizes primordial purity (ka dag) and the latter spontaneous presence (lhun grub) [RY]

gdod nas lhun grub pa - primordial spontaneous presence [RY]

bar do drug - the six bardos, {gnas lugs gzhi'i bar do} the ground bardo of the natural condition, {'od gsal ting nge 'dzin gyi bar do} the samadhi bardo of luminosity, {'khrul snang rmi lam gyi bar do} the dream bardo of deluded experience, {'byung 'khrugs 'chi ka'i bar do} the death bardo of disturbed elements, {lhun grub chos nyid kyi bar do} the dharmata bardo of spontaneous presence, {srid pa las kyi bar do} the karmic bardo of becoming]. Syn {the six bardos, {skye gnas kyi bar do} the bardo of the place of birth, {rmi lam gyi bar do} of dream, {bsam gtan gyi bar do} of meditation, {'chi kha'i bar do} of the moment of death, {chos nyid kyi bar do} of dharmata, {srid pa'i bar do} of becoming [RY]

'bras bu lhun grub rin po che gsang ba'i sbubs - the fruition precious secret space of spontaneous presence; the precious secret sphere of spontaneously present fruition [RY]

med pa phyal ba gcig pu lhun grub - nonexistent, free, sole and spontaneous, nonexistence, all-pervasive, oneness and spontaneous presence [RY]

gzhi snang gi lhun grub rin po che'i sbubs - the ground-display precious space of spontaneous presence [RY]

gzhi lhun grub - spontaneously present ground of being; isc. ground of being as spontaneous presence [RB]

gzhi lhun grub kyi gnas lugs - natural state of the ground of spontaneous presence, the ground condition of spontaneous presence [RY]

gzhi lhun grub rin po che'i sbubs - the ground precious space of spontaneous presence [RY]

ye shes lhun grub rig 'dzin la thim pa - Wisdom dissolving into the vidyadhara level of spontaneous presence. One of the last experiences during the bardo of dharmata [RY]

rang bzhin lhun gyis grub pa'i dkyil 'khor - natural mandala of spontaneous presence; [detailed expl., Light of Wisdom, Vol. 2, page 155] [RY]

rang bzhin lhun grub kyi dkyil 'khor - (In Anu Yoga) The mandala of spontaneous self-existence, Kuntuzangpo's mandala of unbiased experience, the natural and spontaneously present mandala of Samantabhadra. the natural mandala of spontaneous presence (in Anu Yoga). spontaneously present mandala of natural expression [RY]

rang bzhin lhun grub kyi dkyil 'khor - spontaneously present mandala of natural expression. the natural and spontaneously present mandala of Samantabhadra. the natural mandala of spontaneous presence (in Anu Yoga) [RY]

rang bzhin lhun grub sgo brgyad pa - the natural eight gates of spontaneous presence [RY]

rig 'dzin rnam bzhi - Four Kinds of Awareness-Holder; The awareness-holder of maturation {rnam smin rig 'dzin} of power over the lifespan {tshe dbang rig 'dzin} of the great seal {phyag chen rig 'dzin} and of spontaneous presence {lhun grub rig 'dzin} [RY]

rin po che'i sbubs - Precious Sphere. Same as "precious realms of spontaneous presence." {lhun grub rin po che'i sbubs} precious enclosure/ inner space [RY]

shugs 'byung gi dran - spontaneous presence of mind [JV]

lhun gyi grub pa'i rig 'dzin - vidyadhara of spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun gyis grub - spontaneous, spontaneously accomplished, spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun gyis grub pa - spontaneous presence, inherently / spontaneously present, effortless. Syn {lhun grub}. adj. spontaneous. spontaneously self perfected, effortlessly realized, [Skt. anabhoga]; spontaneously accomplished [RY]

lhun gyis grub pa - {lhun grub} spontaneous(ly accomplished/ present); spontaneous presence*; [isc.} spontaneously ensured/ fulfilled [RB]

lhun gyis grub pa nyid - spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun gyis grub pa'i nyams - experience of spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun gyis grub pa'i theg pa - Syn {man ngag rdzogs pa chen po'i theg pa} the vehicle of spontaneous presence / absolute spontaneity [RY]

lhun gyis grub pa'i rig 'dzin - master/ holder of awareness of spontaneous presence* [RB]

lhun grub - 1) spontaneous presence, One of the two main aspects of Dzogchen teaching, the other being 'primordial purity' (ka dag). 2) effortless/ spontaneous fulfillment; spontaneously self-perfected; effortless, spontaneously perfect / accomplished, spontaneously self-perfected, effortless manifestation, having everything without effort, inherent presence, inherently present, manifest effortlessly, natural achievement, natural spontaneity, naturally perfect, 3) one of the {phrin las lnga} the five activities, self-existing, spontaneous, wishfulfilling [RY]

lhun grub - self-(perfected, formed, originated, existing, created), spontaneously (perfected, realized, present, perfect, accomplished, grown, produced), the given, immanently spontaneous, naturally perfect, 1 of 4 dam tshig, (being is nowhere but in being, always here, uncreated, uncontrived), spontaneous presence, wish-fulfilling, spontaneous, miraculously sprung or grown, formed all at once, not contrived by human labor, personal name, state of spontaneous perfection, 1 of ting 'dzin rnam bzhi, spontaneously accomplished, present, spontaneously self-perfected, effortlessly realized, spontaneous presence, self-perfection [JV]

lhun grub - {lhun gyis grub pa} spontaneous(ly accomplished/ present); spontaneous presence*; [isc.} spontaneously ensured/ fulfilled [RB]

lhun grub - spontaneously present; spontaneous presence; to spontaneously exist [RY]

lhun grub kyi klong - the space of spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun grub kyi sgo brgyad - eight gates of spontaneous presence: the gate of manifesting as compassion, as lights, as kayas, as wisdom, as nonduality, as freedom from extremes, as the impure gate of samsara and as the pure gate of wisdom. 1) {thugs rje}. 2) {'od} 3) {sku} 4) {ye shes} 5) {gnyis med} 6) {mtha' grol} 7) {ma dag pa 'khor ba'i sgo} 8) {dag pa ye shes kyi sgo} [RY]

lhun grub kyi sgo brgyad kyi snang ba - displays of the eight gates of spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun grub kyi 'char sgo - the manifestation avenues of spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun grub kyi 'char sgo brgyad - eight avenues for the arising of spontaneous presence [RB]

lhun grub kyi 'char tshul brgyad - the eight manifestation modes of spontaneous presence. Syn {lhun grub kyi sgo brgyad} [RY]

lhun grub kyi snang ba - experiences of spontaneous presence, spontaneously present manifestations [RY]

lhun grub kyi zhing snang chen po - great realm-display of spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun grub kyi gzugs sku - Rupakaya of spontaneous presence. The display of the bardo of dharmata [RY]

lhun grub sku gsum - spontaneous presence that is/ as the three kayas [RB]

lhun grub chen po - the great spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun grub tu yod pa - in all its spontaneous presence [RB]

lhun grub stug po bkod pa - the dense array of spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun grub thod rgal - Direct Crossing of spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun grub thod rgal - Direct Crossing of spontaneous presence; spontaneously accomplished Tögal practice, spontaneously present Tögal, all-surpassing realization of spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun grub don gyi dgongs pa - spontaneous presence as ultimate enlightened intent [RB]

lhun grub dbyings - spontaneous presence as basic space [RB]

lhun grub gzhi snang - the inherently present ground-appearance, the ground-appearance of spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun grub gzugs sku - form body of spontaneous presence, Rupakaya of spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun grub 'od kyi bsun ma - welcoming light of spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun grub 'od gsal gyi snang ba - Luminosity manifestations of spontaneous presence. The display during the bardo of dharmata [RY]

lhun grub 'od gsal gyi snang ba - Luminosity manifestations of spontaneous presence, spontaneously present manifestations of luminosity [RY]

lhun grub rang mal - spontaneous presence as the natural place of rest [RB]

lhun grub rig 'dzin - {lhun gyis grub pa'i rig 'dzin} master/ holder of awareness of spontaneous presence* [RB]

lhun grub rig 'dzin - vidyadhara level of Spontaneous Presence; Vidyadhara of spontaneous presence, awareness holder of spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun grub rig 'dzin gyi sa - Vidyadhara level of spontaneous presence. One of the stages during the bardo of dharmata [RY]

lhun grub rin po che'i snang ba - Syn {sku dang ye shes} the experience / manifestation of the precious spontaneous presence; display of the precious spontaneous presence. [RY]

lhun grub rin po che'i sbubs - precious enclosure/ inner space/ matrix of precious spontaneous presence [RB]

lhun grub rin po che'i sbubs - inner space of precious spontaneous presence; precious sphere / space of spontaneous presence [RY]

lhun grub rin po che'i zhing - Precious realms of spontaneous presence. One of the last experiences in the bardo of dharmata [RY]

lhun grub longs spyod rdzogs pa - sambhogakayas of spontaneous presence [RY]

a nu'i dkyil 'khor gsum - three mandalas of Anu Yoga. For the three mandalas of Anu Yoga, the view is to establish distinctly that all-ground phenomena are three mandalas: 1) the unconstructed basis space of nonarising is the pure expansive sky of the consort Samantabhadri, also called 'the primordial mandala of isness.' 2) This doesn't obstruct the subject, the great bliss which is luminously present as self-existing awareness, which is wisdom Samantabhadra, also called 'the natural mandala of spontaneous presence.' 3) This basic space and wisdom as nondual is the Child of Great Bliss, also called 'the fundamental mandala of awakened mind.' [RY]