las kyi sgrib pa

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ལས་ཀྱི་སྒྲིབ་པ
The 'veil of karma'; Mipham Rinpoche: mtshams med lnga dang chos spong sogs byas pas bden pa mthong mi nus pa las kyi sgrib pa The 'veil of karma' is the inability to perceive the truths because of having committed such things as the five acts with immediate result or having abandoned the Dharma. One of sgrib pa gsum [RY]

sins of passionate desires, SA sgrib pa lnga [JV]

karmic obscuration [by [[mtshams med lnga and abandoning dharma etc not be able to see the truth] [IW]

the karmic obscuration, def. mtshams med lnga dang chos spong sogs byas pas bden pa mthong mi nus pa [RY]

karmic obscuration [IW]

Karmic obscurations DKC

Discussion

The obscuration of having performed an inexpiable karma (mtshams med kyi las), such as killing one's mother, etc. According to the Foundation Vehicle (theg pa dman pa), these prevent one from seeing the truth in that lifetime. In the Great Vehicle, it is posited that these obscurations can be purified. DKC