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Body, speech, mind, and cognition [RY]
 
  
body speech mind and cognition [IW]
 
 
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]
 
 
 
 
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