mi gnas pa

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མི་གནས་པ
mi gnas pa 'i does not remain/ abide in any specific way; (fig.) transcending extremes/ any specific point of reference; unconfined to any specific limits; nonlocalized; in no way static or localized; without fixed location; unfixed; cannot be specified [RB]

non-dwelling/ remaining/ abiding, not insisting on the reality of, unsupported not take one's stand absence of a continuous existent, unsteady, changeable, unstable, unsettled [IW]

does not remain, non-abiding, nondwelling [RY]

vacillating, unsteady, fickle, evanescent, not remaining at a place steadily, unfixed, nonabiding, not dwelling on anything at all, not abide in any specific way [JV]

srid par mi gnas mya ngan 'das mi gnas will neither in samsara nor in nirvana dwell. [RY]

vacillating, unsteady, fickle, evanescent, not remaining at a place steadily, unfixed, nonabiding, not dwelling on anything at all, not abide in any specific way, never dwelt anywhere, not dwelling in a place [JV]

Skt. apratiṣṭhita. 1) non-abiding, non-dwelling; 2) non-localized, unconfined, unrestricted, unfixed; 3) not resting or relying on anything; 4) homeless, without fixed dwelling place. The most well known example of the usage of this word is in the term 'Non-abiding Nirvāṇa' (Skt. apratiṣṭhita-nirvāṇa, Tib. mi gnas pa'i mya ngan las 'das pa, mi gnas pa'i myang 'das). See also gnas med pa, gnas med, gnas pa med pa and mi gnas. Erick Tsiknopoulos