rang bzhin med pa

From Rangjung Yeshe Wiki - Dharma Dictionary
Jump to navigation Jump to search

This is the RYI Dictionary content as presented on the site http://rywiki.tsadra.org/, which is being changed fundamentally and will become hard to use within the GoldenDict application. If you are using GoldenDict, please either download and import the rydic2003 file from DigitalTibetan.

Or go directly to http://rywiki.tsadra.org/ for more upcoming features.

རང་བཞིན་མེད་པ
devoid of a self-nature / concrete essence, intrinsic realitylessness. Syn bdag med pa not inherently existent, noninherent existence, identitylessness, realitylessness. Syn ngo bo nyid kyis stong pa; without any inherent nature; (to) lack inherent self-nature; not inherently existent, noninherent existence, identitylessness, realitylessness. Syn ngo bo nyid kyis stong pa; devoid of a self-nature [RY]

rang bzhin gyis med pa [in "higher" sense] ineffable by nature [acc. to CR, this means rang bzhin GYIS med pa]; isc. by nature\ not what it seems [in "lower" sense] without/ have no independent nature/ self-nature [RB]

without self-nature [RY]

lacking any real existence; insubstantial [RY]

insubstantial [RY]

devoid of a self-nature/ concrete essence, [intrinsic] realitylessness, not inherently existent, identitylessness [IW]

absence of inherent existence, non-existence of phenomena in their true nature, non-existent in true nature, non-inherent existence, absence of substance, absence of self-nature, without any inherent nature, not exist, ineffable by nature, devoid of a self-nature [JV]

absence of nature, without nature [thd]

devoid of a self-nature/ concrete essence, intrinsic realitylessness not inherently existent, identitylessness, realitylessness [syn ngo bo nyid kyis stong pa = bdag med pa [IW]

Skt. niḥsvabhāva. 1) absence of inherent existence, absence of self-existence, absence of intrinsic existence, absence of self-nature; 2) devoid of inherent existence, devoid of self-existence, devoid of intrinsic existence, devoid of self-nature; 3) the lack of inherent existence, lack of self-existence, lack of intrinsic existence, lack of self-nature; 4) without inherent existence, without self-existence, without intrinsic existence, without self-nature. [Erick Tsiknopoulos]