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ordinary (rational) consciousness/ intellect; isc. scope (of mind) [RB]

rtsal dang blo gnyis strength and intelligence [RY]

mental state, a mental episode [ggd] [RY]

conceptual mind, intellect, mind [thd]

1) mind, understanding, intellect, [when same as blo gros intelligence, cognition. 2) the reasoning, rational mind function. 3) conceptual mind, mental states, four types of cognition. 4) concept, idea. 5) conceptualization, [subtle thought activity]. 6) cognition, cognitive act. 7) wisdom, intelligence, blo gros. 8) plan, concern, scheme, inclination, ambition, desire. 9) awareness [of an object]. 10) ordinary, concerning the concern, plan. idea; ordinary rational consciousness/ mind; mind, thought, attitude [RY]

1) mind [states]; 2) idea, thought; 3) understanding intellect, intelligence; 4) wish, desire [IW]

1) mind [states]; 2) idea, thought; 3) understanding intellect, intelligence; 4) wish, desire [rational mind-function, conceptual mind, heart [4 types of] cognition, concept, idea, conceptualization, cognition, cognitive act, wisdom, plan, concern, scheme, inclination, ambition, desire, awareness of a object, ordinary] [IW]

intellect, mind, opinionated mind, undeveloped awareness controlled by ignorance, intellectual activity, mentation, mental state, awareness, conceptual mind, heart, soul, consciousness, "want" particle, mental action, attitude, ordinary consciousness [JV]