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Chittamatrin/ proponent of mind only school [RB]

Idealist [RY]

mind-only school, Idealist, chittamatrin, follower of the mind-only doctrine, yogacharin, Idealist [JV]

cittamatra/ Mind-only school [adherent] [IW]

Mind Only School, Chittamatra. A Mahayana school of Buddhist philosophy propagated by the great master Asanga and his followers. Founded on the Lankavatara Sutra and other scriptures, its main premise is that all phenomena are only mind, i.e. mental perceptions that appear within the all-ground consciousness due to habitual tendencies. Positively, this view relinquishes the fixation on a solid reality. Negatively, there is still clinging to a truly existing 'mind' within which everything takes place [RY]

proponent of Mind-Only School/ Chittamatrin; Chittamatra. A 'Mind-only' Adherent, an idealist, Mind-only school. Def. Jamg�n Kongtr�l sems las gzhan pa'i dngos po ni gang yang med la sems rnam rig tsam ni bden pa'i dngos por grub par 'dod pas sems tsam pa'am rnam rig pa; Mind-only School, Chittamatrin, a follower of the Mind Only doctrine, (Syn. Yogacharin) [RY]