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[[rgyal ba'i spyan]] - flower resembling buddha eye used in medicine, a flower [JV]
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[[The Stake Of Projection And Absorption]] ([[‘phro ‘du’i gzer]])
  
[[spyan lnga]] - Five eyes. The physical eye, the divine eye, eye of [[discriminating knowledge]], the eye of [[Dharma]], the eye of [[wisdom]] also called '[[buddha eye]].' [RY]
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This is one of the [[Four Stakes to Bind the Life-Force]], a key set of principles in the tantric teachings of the [[Nyingma]] school. In particular, this particular stake relates to the visualized projection and absorption of light rays in [[development stage]] practice.
 
 
[[spyan lnga]] - the five eyes; five levels of vision/ clairvoyance: the physical eye, divine eye, the eye of knowledge, the Dharma eye, and the buddha eye. [TRS 56-2] expl; the five eyes, {sha'i spyan lha'i spyan shes rab kyi spyan chos kyi spyan sangs rgyas kyi spyan} [RY]
 
 
 
[[mig lnga]] - the five eyes/ visions; {sha'i mig} {lha'i mig} {shes rab kyi mig} {chos kyi mig} {sangs rgyas kyi mig} the physical eye, the divine eye, the eye of prajna, the dharma eye, the buddha eye) [IW]
 
 
 
[[sangs rgyas kyi spyan]] - buddha eye [IW]
 
 
 
[[sangs rgyas kyi spyan]] - buddha eye/ eye of awakened being [RY]
 
 
 
[[sangs rgyas kyi spyan]] - vision of buddhahood; buddha eye/ eye of awakened being [RB]
 
 
 
[[sangs rgyas kyi mig]] - buddha eye [JV]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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The Stake Of Projection And Absorption (‘phro ‘du’i gzer)

This is one of the Four Stakes to Bind the Life-Force, a key set of principles in the tantric teachings of the Nyingma school. In particular, this particular stake relates to the visualized projection and absorption of light rays in development stage practice.