Difference between revisions of "rgyu'i kun slong"

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three turnings /promulgations of the doctrinal wheel, according to the causal vehicle [IW]
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causal motivation [in being established as dge tshul or dge slong, the compatible condition of thought/ wish rgyu'i kun slong must be attained, as a thirsty person desires water zhe thag pa nas 1 must desire to receive the vow, or it will be powerless &, bzhad gad bsam pas even if it is received mi chags pa [IW]
  
Three Turnings or Promulgations. the Doctrinal Wheel, According to the Causal Vehicle [RY]
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causal motivation [RY]
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the causal motivation [RY]
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causal motivation. The initial motivation that causes someone to take an action. Compare with [[dus kyi kun slong]], the contemporaneous motivation. [[DRF]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:47, 15 February 2008

causal motivation [in being established as dge tshul or dge slong, the compatible condition of thought/ wish rgyu'i kun slong must be attained, as a thirsty person desires water zhe thag pa nas 1 must desire to receive the vow, or it will be powerless &, bzhad gad bsam pas even if it is received mi chags pa [IW]

causal motivation [RY]

the causal motivation [RY]

causal motivation. The initial motivation that causes someone to take an action. Compare with dus kyi kun slong, the contemporaneous motivation. DRF