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see also: [[Nature of Mind]]; [[Enlightenment]].
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[[mngon par rtogs pa mchog]] - completely supreme realization [RY]
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[[mngon par rtogs pa'i lam mtha' las byung ba'i dge ba'i rtsa ba]] - virtuous roots arising from the end of the path of completely supreme realization [IW]
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[[rtogs pa chen po]] - great / supreme realization [RY]
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[[de nyid rab tu rtogs pa]] - {chos thams cad kyi de nyid rab tu rtogs pa} has realized / supreme realization of the nature of all phenomena [RY]
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[[phul rtogs pa phyin thugs la 'khrungs pa]] - gave birth to supreme realization [RY]
  
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Latest revision as of 14:45, 16 April 2006

see also: Nature of Mind; Enlightenment.

mngon par rtogs pa mchog - completely supreme realization [RY]

mngon par rtogs pa'i lam mtha' las byung ba'i dge ba'i rtsa ba - virtuous roots arising from the end of the path of completely supreme realization [IW]

rtogs pa chen po - great / supreme realization [RY]

de nyid rab tu rtogs pa - {chos thams cad kyi de nyid rab tu rtogs pa} has realized / supreme realization of the nature of all phenomena [RY]

phul rtogs pa phyin thugs la 'khrungs pa - gave birth to supreme realization [RY]