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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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'''nyam''' ([[nyams]]), meditative experiences or moods. Usually refers to the temporary experiences of bliss, clarity and nonthought produced through meditation practice.
  
Main details are under '''[[Chod]]'''
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Revision as of 05:53, 22 December 2005

nyam (nyams), meditative experiences or moods. Usually refers to the temporary experiences of bliss, clarity and nonthought produced through meditation practice.

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