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'''Chö''', the Dharma tradion set forth by the great female master [[Machik Labdrön]]. Literally, cutting or severance, Chö carries the meaning of cutting through the root of dualistic mind, negative emotions, extreme views, hope and fear, and indecision, in order to reveal [[transcendent knowledge]], [[Prajnaparamita]]. Chö is one of the famous [[Eight Practice Lineages]] of Buddhism in Tibet.
  
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1) cricket, locust; 2) soul, mind; 3) mis- spelling of [[nyams]]; 4) ?/or (/ power force, strength [IW]
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Latest revision as of 23:32, 21 December 2005

Chö, the Dharma tradion set forth by the great female master Machik Labdrön. Literally, cutting or severance, Chö carries the meaning of cutting through the root of dualistic mind, negative emotions, extreme views, hope and fear, and indecision, in order to reveal transcendent knowledge, Prajnaparamita. Chö is one of the famous Eight Practice Lineages of Buddhism in Tibet.

Main details are under Chod