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[[kun btags kyi bdag 'dzin]] - the ego-clinging of imputation. imputed notion of self, imputed fixation on true existence; self-habit [RY]
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[[kun brtags bdag 'dzin]] - conceptualized ego-clinging; theoretical [conscious, intellectual] self-habit. etc [RY]
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[[khrag 'thung]] - 1) [[Heruka]], lit. 'blood-drinker'; a heruka; a [[wrathful deity]]; drinker of the blood of ego-clinging. 2) drinking blood [RY]
[[gang zag gi bdag 'dzin]] - adherence to a personal [[self-entity]], personal ego-clinging; conception of/ to conceive of a self of the individual personality; personal [[self-habit]] ([[conscious]], [[unconscious]]) [RY]
[['gong po]] - Gongpo spirits. A type of evil spirit symbolizing ego-clinging, sometimes counted among the '[[eight classes of gods and demons]].' [RY]
[[nga spangs]] - to have relinquished ego-clinging, abbr. of {nga 'dzin spangs pa} [RY]
[[nga 'dzin]] - ego-clinging, holding to a self [RY]
[[nga 'dzin spangs pa]] - have relinquished ego-clinging [IW]
[[ngar 'dzin gyi 'jig lta lhan skyes]] - innate transitory belief of ego-clinging [RY]
[[ngar 'dzin gyi rten gang zag gi bdag]] - the individual self as the support for ego-clinging [RY]
[[ngar 'dzin gyi yid]] - ego-clinging mind [RY]
[[ngar 'dzin lhan skyes]] - innate ego-clinging [RY]
[[gcod]] - [[Chö]]. Literally 'cutting.' A system of practices based on [[Prajnaparamita]] and set down by the Indian siddha [[Phadampa Sangye]] and the Tibetan female teacher [[Machig Labdrön]] for the purpose of cutting through the [[four Maras]] and ego-clinging. One of the [[Eight Practice Lineages]] of Buddhism in Tibet [RY]
[[chos kyi sdom bzhi]] - The Four Summaries of the Dharma, the four dharma emblems. Syn {[[chos rtags kyi phyag rgya bzhi]]}. [[the four seals]]. Syn {[[phyag rgya bzhi]]}. The four main principles of Buddhism. These four main principles marking a doctrine as Buddhist are: 1) {[['du byas thams cad mi rtag pa]]}, All conditioned/compounded things are impermanent; 2) {[[zag bcas thams cad sdug bsngal]]}, all defiling things (defiled with ego-clinging) are suffering; 3) {[[chos thams cad stong zhing bdag med pa'o]]}, all phenomena are empty and devoid of a self-entity / identityless. 4) {[[mya ngan las 'das pa ni zhi ba]]}, nirvana is peace [RY]
[[bdag 'dzin]] - ego-clinging grasping at a self, grasping at the reality of, [atmagraha]; [[egoism]], [[selfishness]], I-making, ego-clinging, ego, ego-fixation; ego-clinging, ego-fixation, holding to a self; [informal] clinging to reality [RY]
[[bdag 'dzin]] - belief in a pure ego, belief in self, grasping at a self, selfishness, clinging to the I, [[egotism]], apprehended selfhood, apprehension of self, ego-clinging, ego, ego-fixation, self-grasping, sense of I, grasping at a self, grasping at the reality of [JV]
[[bdag 'dzin kun btags]] - imputed ego-clinging [RY]
[[bdag 'dzin goms pa'i bag chags]] - the tendency of habituated ego-clinging [RY]
[[bdag 'dzin bcad pa]] - to destroy ego-clinging [RY]
[[bdag 'dzin nyon mongs]] - ego-clinging and the obscuring emotions [RY]
[[bdag 'dzin gnyis]] - two types of ego-clinging [RY]
[[bdag 'dzin lhan skyes]] - intrinsic ego-clinging [RY]
[[bdud]] - [[Mara]]. Demon or demonic influence which creates obstacles for practice and enlightenment. Mythologically said be a powerful god who dwells in the highest abode in the [[Realm of Desire]]; the master of [[illusion]] who attempted to prevent the [[Buddha]] from revealing [[enlightenment]] at [[Bodhgaya]]. For the Dharma practitioner, Mara symbolizes one's own ego-clinging and preoccupation with the [[eight worldly concerns]]. Generally, there are [[four maras]] or obstructions to practice of the Dharma: those of [[defilement]]s, [[death]] and the [[aggregates]], and the godly mara of seduction. Sometimes the four maras are mentioned by name; [[Lord of Death]], [[Godly Son]], [[Klesha]] and Skandha [RY]
[[ma gcig lab sgron]] - [[Machig Labdrön]]. (1031-1129). The great female master who set down the [[Chö]] practice, cutting through ego-clinging. Disciple and consort of the Indian master Phadampa Sangye. Machig Labdrön means 'Only Mother Lamp of Dharma.' [RY]
[[rig pa'i kun tu bzang po]] - [[Awareness Samantabhadra]]. In [[sadhana]] practice is an ornamented [[bodhisattva]] in the form of the body of [[karmic ripening]] of samsaric ego-clinging. He stands with the legs parallel and has joined the palms of his hands. [RY]
[[ru dra]] - [[Rudra]]s. 1) A type of unruly half-god half-demon. 2) The demon of ego-clinging [RY]
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Revision as of 16:16, 18 May 2006

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