phyag rgya gsum

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ཕྱག་རྒྱ་གསུམ
Three Seals. Either impurity, impermanence, three approaches to liberation, and suffering. or else the four seals indicative of the transmitted precepts, in which the third selflessness. and the fourth nirvana is peace. are combined [RY]

Three mudras are karma mudra (las kyi phyag rgya), samaya mudra (dam tshig gi phyag rgya) and jnana mudra (ye shes kyi phyag rgya), a mental consort [RY]

three types of mudra. The three types of mudra are karma-mudra , samaya-mudra, and wisdom-mudra, which is a mental consort. [RY]

three seals [IW]

three seals [either impurity, impermanence, and suffering or else the four seals indicative of the transmitted precepts, in which the 3rd selflessness and the 4rth nirv na is peace are combined chos thams cad bdag med pa, 'dus byas thams cad mi rtag pa, zag bcas kyi 'du byed thams cad sdug bsngal ba [IW]