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Date Author/Translator Book Wylie Meaning
2019 Gray, D.
tsong kha pa
Illumination of the Hidden Meaning Part 2 rig pa
rig ma
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
spell
sacred knowledge consort


2019 Callahan, E.
Dwags po bkra shis rnam rgyal
Karmapa, 9th
Moonbeams of Mahāmudrā (Callahan) rig pa
English
awareness
be aware
recognize


2019 Gray, D.
tsong kha pa
Illumination of the Hidden Meaning Part 2 rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
spell
sacred knowledge


2019 Gray, D.
tsong kha pa
Illumination of the Hidden Meaning Part 2 rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
sacred knowledge


2019 Gray, D.
tsong kha pa
Illumination of the Hidden Meaning Part 2 rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
spell


2017 Gray, D.
tsong kha pa
Illumination of the Hidden Meaning Part 1 rig pa
rig ma
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
spell
sacred knowledge
consort


2017 Gray, D.
tsong kha pa
Illumination of the Hidden Meaning Part 1 rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
spell
sacred knowledge


2017 Harding, S.
Canti, J.
Fletcher, W.
Sheehy, M.
Duckworth, D.
Willock, N.
Ronis, J.
Barstow, G.
Holmes-Tagchungdarpa, A.
Gayley, H.
Schapiro, J.
Draszczyk, M.
Deroche, M.
A Gathering of Brilliant Moons rig pa
Definition
Awareness.


2017 Gray, D.
tsong kha pa
Illumination of the Hidden Meaning Part 1 rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
sacred knowledge


2017 Gray, D.
tsong kha pa
Illumination of the Hidden Meaning Part 1 rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
spell


2016 Dorje, G.
Chos dbyings stobs ldan rdo rje
The Complete Nyingma Tradition from Sutra to Tantra, Books 15 to 17 Vol. 2 rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
awareness


2016 Charrier, C.
Dwags po bkra shis rnam rgyal
Lumière de diamant rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
French
connaissance
présence éveillée


2015 Klein, A.
Sangpo, Khetsun
Strand of Jewels rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
vedana
English
sheer awareness


2015 Klein, A.
Sangpo, Khetsun
Strand of Jewels rig pa
English
sheer awareness presence


2014 Charrier, C.
Brunnhölzl, K.
Pawo Rinpoche, 2nd
Au cœur du ciel, Vol. II rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
French
connaissance (claire)


2014 Charrier, C.
Brunnhölzl, K.
Pawo Rinpoche, 2nd
Au cœur du ciel, Vol. II rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
French
connaissance


2014 Khandro, Sangye
Chonam, Lama
Light of Berotsana Translation Group
Lingpa, Dudjom
Pema Lungtok Gyatso
Dudjom Lingpa's Chöd rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
awareness


2012 Dorje, G.
'jam mgon kong sprul
Indo-Tibetan Classical Learning and Buddhist Phenomenology rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
awareness
intelligence
knowledge


2012 Dorje, G.
'jam mgon kong sprul
Indo-Tibetan Classical Learning and Buddhist Phenomenology rig pa
Sanskrit
yukti
English
resolve [to attain the objective of a plot]


2012 Dorje, G.
'jam mgon kong sprul
Indo-Tibetan Classical Learning and Buddhist Phenomenology rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
awareness
intelligence
cognitive phenomena


2011 Barron, R.
'jam mgon kong sprul
Journey and Goal rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
pure awareness


2011 Barron, R.
Padma Translation Committee
Klong chen pa
A Treasure Trove of Scriptural Transmission rig pa
English
awareness


2011 Komarovski, Y. Visions of Unity rig pa
Sanskrit
vidya
English
cognition


2011 Roberts, P. Mahāmudrā and Related Instructions rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
Definition
The term vidyā can be interpreted as knowledge, a magical spell or mantra, or even as a consort (in which case it is translated into Tibetan as rig ma). See also knowing


2010 Charrier, C.
Dwags po bkra shis rnam rgyal
Rayons de lune rig pa
French
faculté cognitive
connaissance
conscience ; connaissance intuitive immédiate
conscience éveillée


2010 Achard, J-L. The Precepts in Eight Chapters rig pa
English
Awareness
Definition
The direct, non-discursive knowledge of the natural state. It discerns (rig) its own nature in the same way a butter-lamp illuminates itself and its surroundings. This has nothing to do with an idea of “presence” which is a mental event and is basically a more or less subjective mental sensation. Obviously, the Awareness of Dzogchen is entirely different and does not depend on such sensations, consciousnesses, etc.


2009 Zahler, L. Study and Practice of Meditation rig pa
Sanskrit
samvedana
English
knower


2009 Klein, A. Meeting the Great Bliss Queen (2009) rig pa
English
INNATE AWARENESS
Definition
A mind's natural and clear awareness of itself, a state identified for Great Completeness practitioners so that they can discover it in the course of their training


2009 Zahler, L. Study and Practice of Meditation rig pa
Sanskrit
saṃvedana
English
knower


2009 Zahler, L. Study and Practice of Meditation rig pa
Sanskrit
saṃvedana
English
knower


2008 Chonam, Lama
Khandro, S.
Light of Berotsana
'jigs med gling pa
Yeshe Lama (2008, Snow Lion) rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
awareness


2007 Gray, D. The Cakrasamvara Tantra (The Discourse of Sri Heruka) - A Study and Annotated Translation (2007) rig pa
Sanskrit
vidya
English
spell


2007 Gray, D. The Cakrasamvara Tantra (The Discourse of Sri Heruka) - A Study and Annotated Translation (2007) rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
consort
spell
sacred knowledge


2007 Gray, D. The Cakrasamvara Tantra (The Discourse of Sri Heruka) - A Study and Annotated Translation (2007) rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
consort
spell
sacred knowledge


2007 Gray, D. The Cakrasamvara Tantra (The Discourse of Sri Heruka) - A Study and Annotated Translation (2007) phyag rgya
rig pa
shes rab
Sanskrit
mudrā
vidyā
prajñā
English
consort


2007 Gray, D. The Cakrasamvara Tantra (The Discourse of Sri Heruka) - A Study and Annotated Translation (2007) rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
sacred knowledge


2006 Barron, R.
Fairclough, S.
Bdud 'joms gling pa
Buddhahood Without Meditation rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
Definition
(the recognition of) intrinsic awareness, whereupon the ground of being becomes evident, with the true nature of mind present as the dynamic energy of such awareness; its "ground aspect" is awareness of the fundamental nature of the ground of being; its "path aspect" is the ongoing experience of unsullied lucid awareness [awareness (cs); cognitive excitation, wholeness in ecstatic intensity, cognitively intensificatory (FRC); immediate awareness, state of contemplation (GL); pure awareness (KB, NJ, PC); pure cognitiveness, non-representationally cognitive (KB); innate wisdom or wakefulness, pure presence, primordial being (NGP); awareness (NS, WPT); flash of awareness, flash of knowing that gives awareness its (illumining) quality (PE)]


2006 Doctor, A.
Dahl, C.
The Dharmachakra Translation Committee
'jigs med gling pa
Dpal sprul o rgyan ʼjigs med chos kyi dbang po
dge rtse ma hA paN+Di ta tshe dbang mchog grub
Deity Mantra and Wisdom rig pa
English
awareness


2006 Hopkins, J.
Mi pham rgya mtsho
Fundamental Mind rig pa
English
basic knowledge


2006 Padmakara Translation Group
Gethin, S.
Khyentse, Dilgo
Zurchungpa's Testament rig pa
Sanskrit
vidya
Definition
The original state of the mind: fresh, vast, luminous, and beyond thought


2005 Batchelor, S.
Rabten, Geshe
The Mind and its Functions rig pa
English
Cognition


2004 Doctor, T.
Dharmachakra Translation Committee
Mi pham rgya mtsho
Speech of Delight rig pa
English
awareness


2004 Brunnhölzl, K.
Pawo Rinpoche, 2nd
The Center of the Sunlit Sky rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
awareness


2004 Doctor, T.
Dharmachakra Translation Committee
Mi pham rgya mtsho
Speech of Delight rig pa
English
awareness


2004 Brunnhölzl, K.
Pawo Rinpoche, 2nd
The Center of the Sunlit Sky rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā
English
awareness


2004 Palmo, A. J.
G.yu sgra snying po
Khams smyon d+harma seng+ge
The Great Image rig pa
Sanskrit
vidya
English
awareness
Definition
When referring to the view of the Great Perfection, awareness means consciousness devoid of ignorance and dualistic fixation.


2003 Harding, S.
Ma gcig lab sgron
Machik's Complete Explanation (2003) rig pa
English
Intrinsic awareness
Definition
The nature of mind itself, pure of ignorance and afflictive emotions. From a Tibetan Buddhist viewpoint, this is the basic nature of mind which is concealed by ignorance.


2003 Harding, S.
Ma gcig lab sgron
Machik's Complete Explanation (2013) rig pa
English
Intrinsic awareness
Definition
The nature of mind itself, pure of ignorance and afflictive emotions. From a Tibetan Buddhist viewpoint, this is the basic nature of mind which is concealed by ignorance.


1999 Padmakara Translation Group
Rgyal ba byang chub
Nam mkha'i snying po
Lady of the Lotus-Born rig pa
English
AWARENESS
Definition
The primordial state of the mind, clear, awake, free from grasping: the union of emptiness and clarity.


1993 Kunsang, E.
Ye shes mtsho rgyal
Nyang ral nyi ma 'od zer
Rtse le sna tshogs rang grol
The Lotus-Born rig pa
Sanskrit
vidya
English
Awareness
Definition
When referring to the view of the Great Perfection, "awareness" means consciousness devoid of ignorance and dualistic fixation.


1992 Perdue, D. Debate in Tibetan Buddhism rig pa
Sanskrit
saṃvedana
English
knower


1986 Napper, E.
Lati Rinpoche
Mind in Tibetan Buddhism rig pa
Sanskrit
saṃvedana
English
knower


1986 Willson, Martin In Praise of Tara sngags
rig sngags
rig pa
gsang sngags
Sanskrit
mantra
vidyā
guhya-mantra
Definition
because mantras play such a key role in its practice, Tantra or Vajrayāna is often called Mantra, or the M. Vehicle. Their nature is discussed in many books, such as Lama Govinda's.


1974 Tsuda, S. The Saṁvarodaya-Tantra rig pa
Sanskrit
vidyā