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'''Four Vidyadhara Levels''' ([[rig 'dzin rnam pa bzhi'i go 'phang]]).  
 
'''Four Vidyadhara Levels''' ([[rig 'dzin rnam pa bzhi'i go 'phang]]).  
  
*The four stages of attainment of [[knowledge-holders]], masters of the four stages of the tantric path of [[Mahayoga]]. The four vidyadhara levels are the Maturation, Longevity (Life Mastery), Mahamudra, and Spontaneous Perfection. See under each individually. [RY]
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The four stages of attainment of [[knowledge-holders]], masters of the four stages of the tantric path of [[Mahayoga]]. The four vidyadhara levels are the Maturation, Longevity (Life Mastery), Mahamudra, and Spontaneous Perfection. See under each individually.
  
 
* [[vidyadhara level of Maturation]] ([[rnam par smin pa'i rig 'dzin]]);  
 
* [[vidyadhara level of Maturation]] ([[rnam par smin pa'i rig 'dzin]]);  
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* [[vidyadhara level of Mahamudra]] ([[phyag rgya chen po'i rig 'dzin]]);  
 
* [[vidyadhara level of Mahamudra]] ([[phyag rgya chen po'i rig 'dzin]]);  
 
* [[vidyadhara level of Spontaneous Presence]] ([[lhun grub rig 'dzin]]); [RY]
 
* [[vidyadhara level of Spontaneous Presence]] ([[lhun grub rig 'dzin]]); [RY]
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Four Vidyadhara Levels (rig 'dzin rnam pa bzhi'i go 'phang).


The four stages of attainment of knowledge-holders, masters of the four stages of the tantric path of Mahayoga. The four vidyadhara levels are the Maturation, Longevity (Life Mastery), Mahamudra, and Spontaneous Perfection. See under each individually.