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object of attention/ mediation [IW]
 
object of attention/ mediation [IW]
  
1) the object of visualization/focus/attention, that which is to be visualized/focused upon/attended to (i.e. a specific visualization or a particular part of a visualization, such as during a Deity Yoga practice etc.); 2) an objective, goal or specified aim (similar to ''dmigs yul'') [Erick Tsiknopoulos]
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1) the object of visualization/focus/attention, that which is to be visualized/focused upon/attended to (i.e. a specific visualization or a particular part of a visualization which is focused upon during a certain section of a practice, such as in a Deity Yoga practice etc.); 2) an objective, goal or specified aim, or otherwise something which is given specific attention in a certain context (similar to ''dmigs yul'' but generally with a sense of attentive necessity) [Erick Tsiknopoulos]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:14, 10 April 2018

to be imagined [RY]

object of attention/ mediation [IW]

1) the object of visualization/focus/attention, that which is to be visualized/focused upon/attended to (i.e. a specific visualization or a particular part of a visualization which is focused upon during a certain section of a practice, such as in a Deity Yoga practice etc.); 2) an objective, goal or specified aim, or otherwise something which is given specific attention in a certain context (similar to dmigs yul but generally with a sense of attentive necessity) [Erick Tsiknopoulos]