Six Collections

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khams bco brgyad - Eighteen constituents. The six collections of consciousness, the six senses and the six sense objects [RY]

'jug shes tshogs drug - the six collections of [engaged] consciousness [IW]

rnam par shes pa tshogs drug po - the six collections of cognitions, consciousnesses [RY]

mig gi rnam par shes pa - visual cognition, as one of the six collections, eye consciousness, visual consciousness [RY]

mig gi rnam par shes pa - eye/visual cognition/consciousness [one of the six collections/consciousnesses {tshogs drug} [IW]

tshags drug - six senses, six collections [RY]

tshogs drug - 6 functional cognitions, 6 types of perceptiveness, six collections, six aggregates of consciousness, six consciousness aggregates, six modes of consciousness, six senses, six sense impressions [JV]

tshogs drug - the six senses; the six aggregates of consciousness; the 6 collections; six collections, The six gatherings, six senses; six aggregates (of ordinary consciousness), six-fold group [RY]

tshogs drug - six collections, the six gatherings, six senses [IW]

tshogs drug gi snang ba - the perceptions of the six collections [of consciousness] [IW]

tshogs drug gi snang ba - the perceptions of the six collections [of consciousness]; the appearances of the six-fold group [RY]

tshogs drug rang grol - 1) self-liberation of the six senses; the self-liberated six senses; self-liberated six collections of cognitions, the self-liberated six-fold group 2) Tsokdrug Rangdrol, Self-Liberation of the Six Senses, Lama Shabkar Tsokdrug Rangdrol's main name.{zhabs dkar tshogs drug rang grol} 1781-1850 [RY]

yid kyi rnam par shes pa - Mind consciousness, mental cognition, as one of the six collections, the conceptualizing perceptive function, the consciousness of thinking mind [the sixth of the eight consciousnesses; discursive ideational consciousness [RY]

las rnams kun nas slong bar byed ba'i kun slong - The motivations that motivate all actions; Mipham Rinpoche: {dang por yid kyi bsam pa rgyu'i kun slong, de nas las de dag la 'jug pa rnam shes tshogs drug gis grogs byas nas 'jug pa de dus kyi kun slong gnyis yod do} i) the 'causal motivation' is the initial intent; and ii) based on that, those actions engaged in with the aid of the six collections of consciousness, is the 'motivation at the time of the engagement'. [RY]

lus ngag yid sems bzhi - body, speech, mind, and cognition. Concerning the four factors of body, speech, mind, and cognition (lus ngag yid sems bzhi), mind refers to the mind consciousness (yid kyi rnam shes) and cognition (sems) refers to the all-ground consciousness. In the Lower Abhidharma it is taught that yid, sems and rnam shes are merely synonyms for the same meaning. The Higher Abhidharma teaches that sems is the all-ground consciousness, yid is the disturbed mind [consciousness] and rnam shes is the six collections (tshogs drug). [RY]