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[[go mi dge bsnyen]] - Chandragomin [chandra means moon and gomi means the kinsman of gomi] [IW]
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[[sku lnga]] - Five Buddha-Bodies: {[[chos sku]]} [[dharmakaya]], {[[longs spyod rdzogs pa'i sku]]} [[sambhogakaya]], {[[sprul pa'i sku]]} [[nirmanakaya]], {[[mngon byang gi sku]]} [[abhisambodhikaya]], and {[[rdo rje sku]]} vajrakaya. 1) {[[rang don]] [[mthar phyin]] [[zhi ba chos sku]] [[dang]] [[gcig]]}. 2) {[[gzhan don]] [[lhun grub]] [[zung 'jug]] [[longs sku]] [[dang gnyis]]}. 3) {[[gang 'dul thabs mkhas]] [[sna tshogs sprul sku]] [[dang]] [[gsum]]}. 4) {[[sku gsum]] [[so sor]] [[ma 'dres]] [[snang cha]] [[mngon par byang chub]]}. 5) {[[stong cha]] [[sku gsum]] [[chos dbyings su ro gcig pa]] [[rdo rje'i sku]] [[dang]] [[lnga]]'o}. ([[RY]])
  
[[go mi dge bsnyen]] - Chandragomi, "Gomi Genyen" aka, Chandragomi [RY]
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[[rdo rje'i sku]] - vajrakaya, diamond-like body, SA [[rdo rje sku]], state manifested as the integration with the manifestation, indestructible diamond-like body, vajra body. ([[JV]])
  
[[go mI'i dge bsnyen]] - "Gomi Genyen" aka, Chandragomi. Disciple of Sthiramati, famed for his universal knowledge. Chandra means moon and gomi means the kinsman of Gomi [RY]
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[[mi 'gyur rdo rje'i sku]] - the changeless vajrakaya. ([[IW]])
  
[[rmad byung gi slob dpon gnyis]] - Two Marvelous Masters. Shantideva and Chandragomin [RY]
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[[lhun gyis grub pa'i rig 'dzin]] - [[Vidyadhara level]] of spontaneous perfection. The fourth of the [[four vidyadhara levels]]. Corresponding to buddhahood, this is the path beyond training. The final fruition and state of a vajra holder endowed with the spontaneously perfected [[five kayas]]: [[dharmakaya]], [[sambhogakaya]], [[nirmanakaya]], [[vajrakaya]], and [[abhisambodhikaya]]. ([[RY]])
  
[[tsan dra go mi]] - Chandragomin, the famous Indian grammarian whose works are included in the [[bstan sgyur]] [RY]
 
  
  
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Latest revision as of 02:36, 20 January 2008

sku lnga - Five Buddha-Bodies: {chos sku} dharmakaya, {longs spyod rdzogs pa'i sku} sambhogakaya, {sprul pa'i sku} nirmanakaya, {mngon byang gi sku} abhisambodhikaya, and {rdo rje sku} vajrakaya. 1) {rang don mthar phyin zhi ba chos sku dang gcig}. 2) {gzhan don lhun grub zung 'jug longs sku dang gnyis}. 3) {gang 'dul thabs mkhas sna tshogs sprul sku dang gsum}. 4) {sku gsum so sor ma 'dres snang cha mngon par byang chub}. 5) {stong cha sku gsum chos dbyings su ro gcig pa rdo rje'i sku dang lnga'o}. (RY)

rdo rje'i sku - vajrakaya, diamond-like body, SA rdo rje sku, state manifested as the integration with the manifestation, indestructible diamond-like body, vajra body. (JV)

mi 'gyur rdo rje'i sku - the changeless vajrakaya. (IW)

lhun gyis grub pa'i rig 'dzin - Vidyadhara level of spontaneous perfection. The fourth of the four vidyadhara levels. Corresponding to buddhahood, this is the path beyond training. The final fruition and state of a vajra holder endowed with the spontaneously perfected five kayas: dharmakaya, sambhogakaya, nirmanakaya, vajrakaya, and abhisambodhikaya. (RY)