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The Threefold Knowledge, or three kinds of (extraordinary) knowledge or awareness (rig pa gsum, here gsum rig), are as follows: 1) knowledge of past lives ([[sngon gyi gnas shes pa]]), 2) knowledge of death, transmigration and rebirth ([[‘chi ‘pho ba dang skye ba shes pa]]), and 3) knowledge of the exhaustion of defilement ([[zag pa zad pa shes pa]]). Alternatively, they are 1) knowledge of recollecting previous lifetimes ([[sngon gyi gnas rjes su dran pa shes pa]]), 2) knowledge of the divine eye, or unlimited, clairvoyant vision ([[lha’i mig gi shes pa]]) and 3) knowledge of the exhaustion of defilement ([[zag pa zad pa’i shes pa]]). These three types of knowledge are the same as three (often the last three, depending on the list order) clairvoyant or supranormal abilities of the Six Clairvoyances ([[mngon par shes pa drug]]), and their names are also almost the same (including ‘knowledge’ or ‘cognition’, [[shes pa]]); as well as the last three strengths or powers of the Ten Strengths ([[stobs bcu]]), namely, 8) पूर्वनिवासानुस्मृतिज्ञानबलम् ॥ ''pūrvanivāsānusmṛtijñānabalam'' ॥ [[sngon gyi gnas rjes su dran pa mkhyen pa'i stobs]] ॥ སྔོན་གྱི་གནས་རྗེས་སུ་དྲན་པ་མཁྱེན་པའི་སྟོབས་, 9) च्युत्युत्पत्तिज्ञानबलम् ॥ ''cyutyutpattijñānabalam'' ॥ [['chi 'pho ba dang skye ba mkhyen pa'i stobs]] ॥ འཆི་འཕོ་བ་དང་སྐྱེ་བ་མཁྱེན་པའི་སྟོབས་, 10) आश्रवक्षयबलम् ॥ ''āśravakṣayabalam'' ॥ [[zag pa zad pa mkhyen pa'i stobs]] ॥ ཟག་པ་ཟད་པ་མཁྱེན་པའི་སྟོབས. Also sometimes written as [[rig gsum]] or [[gsum rig]]. [Erick Tsiknopoulos]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:57, 4 November 2019

three knowledges [last three of mngon shes drug or of stobs bcu. 1) sngon gyi gnas shes pa knowledge of past lives. 2) 'chi 'pho ba dang skye ba shes pa knowledge of the process of death and birth. 3) zag pa zad pa shes pa knowledge of the end of imperfections [RY]

3 kinds of knowledge (sngon gyi gnas rjes su dran pa shes pa, lha'i mig, zag pa zad pa shes pa) [JV]

three knowledges [= last three of *mngon shes drug* or of *stobs bcu* on the path of no more learning ; 1) *sngon gyi gnas shes pa* = knowledge of past lives or sngon gyi mtha' rig pa 2) *'chi 'pho ba dang skye ba shes pa* = knowledge of the process of death and birth or phyi ma'i mtha' rig pa 3) *zag pa zad pa shes pa* = knowledge of the end of imperfections [Tserig] (chn] [IW]

three knowledges [IW]

The Threefold Knowledge, or three kinds of (extraordinary) knowledge or awareness (rig pa gsum, here gsum rig), are as follows: 1) knowledge of past lives (sngon gyi gnas shes pa), 2) knowledge of death, transmigration and rebirth (‘chi ‘pho ba dang skye ba shes pa), and 3) knowledge of the exhaustion of defilement (zag pa zad pa shes pa). Alternatively, they are 1) knowledge of recollecting previous lifetimes (sngon gyi gnas rjes su dran pa shes pa), 2) knowledge of the divine eye, or unlimited, clairvoyant vision (lha’i mig gi shes pa) and 3) knowledge of the exhaustion of defilement (zag pa zad pa’i shes pa). These three types of knowledge are the same as three (often the last three, depending on the list order) clairvoyant or supranormal abilities of the Six Clairvoyances (mngon par shes pa drug), and their names are also almost the same (including ‘knowledge’ or ‘cognition’, shes pa); as well as the last three strengths or powers of the Ten Strengths (stobs bcu), namely, 8) पूर्वनिवासानुस्मृतिज्ञानबलम् ॥ pūrvanivāsānusmṛtijñānabalamsngon gyi gnas rjes su dran pa mkhyen pa'i stobs ॥ སྔོན་གྱི་གནས་རྗེས་སུ་དྲན་པ་མཁྱེན་པའི་སྟོབས་, 9) च्युत्युत्पत्तिज्ञानबलम् ॥ cyutyutpattijñānabalam'chi 'pho ba dang skye ba mkhyen pa'i stobs ॥ འཆི་འཕོ་བ་དང་སྐྱེ་བ་མཁྱེན་པའི་སྟོབས་, 10) आश्रवक्षयबलम् ॥ āśravakṣayabalamzag pa zad pa mkhyen pa'i stobs ॥ ཟག་པ་ཟད་པ་མཁྱེན་པའི་སྟོབས. Also sometimes written as rig gsum or gsum rig. [Erick Tsiknopoulos]