mtshan nyid gsum

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three natures [1 [[kun brtags pa'i mtshan nyid - imaginary, parikalpita two [[gzhan gyi bang gi mtshan nyid - relational, paratantra three [[yongs su grub pa'i mtshan nyid - absolute, perfection, parinispanna) OR three characteristics of the continuum of the path (insight/ awareness as the four kinds of realisation is the characteristic of knowledge rtogs pa rnam pa bzhi'i tshul rig pa ni shes pa'i mtshan nyid the repeated experience of it is the characteristic of the entrance yang nas yang du goms par byed pa ni 'jug pa'i mtshan nyid and the actualisation of it by the power of experience is the characteristic of the result goms pa'i mthus mngon du gyur ba ni 'bras bu'i mtshan nyid-gd-mk), three essential categories (gd-mk)(tserig) [IW]

three natures [1 [[kun brtags pa'i mtshan nyid - imaginary, parikalpita two [[gzhan gyi bang gi mtshan nyid - relational, paratantra three [[yongs su grub pa'i mtshan nyid - absolute, perfection, parinispanna), three characteristics of the continuum of the path (the awareness as the four kinds of realisation is the characteristic of perception rtogs pa rnam pa bzhi'i tshul rig pa ni shes pa'i mtshan nyid the repeated experience of it is the characteristic of the entrance yang nas yang du goms par byed pa ni 'jug pa'i mtshan nyid and the actualisation of it by the power of experience is the characteristic of the result goms pa'i mthus mngon du gyur ba ni 'bras bu'i mtshan nyid-gd-mk), three essential categories (gd-mk)(tserig) shes bya sems tzam pa'i lugs la thams cad mtshan nyid gsum du bsdus pa ste, kun tu brtags pa'i mtshan nyid dang, gzhan gyi dbang gi mtshan nyid, yongs su grub pa'i mtshan nyid bcas so,... [IW]

3 absolutely specific constitutive principles (kun btags is notional conceptual, gzhan dbang is relative, yongs grub is ideally absolute), 3 characteristics of mahayoga (shes pa'i mtshan nyid, 'jug pa'i mtshan nyid, 'bras pa'i mtshan nyid) [JV]

three natures [IW]

three natures. 1) kun brtags pa'i mtshan nyid imaginary. 2) gzhan gyi bang gi mtshan nyid relational. 3) yongs su grub pa'i mtshan nyid absolute. Three Characteristics of the Continuum of the Path. The awareness as the four kinds of realization is the characteristic of perception rtogs pa rnam pa bzhi'i tshul rig pa ni shes pa'i mtshan nyid the repeated experience of it is the characteristic of the entrance yang nas yang du goms par byed pa ni 'jug pa'i mtshan nyid and the actualization of it by the power of experience is the characteristic of the result goms pa'i mthus mngon du gyur ba ni 'bras bu'i mtshan nyid. Three Essential Categories. nature [RY]