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[[ati yoga]]. [IW]
 
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ཤིན་ཏུ་རྣལ་འབྱོར།

Skt Ati Yoga; yoga of the innermost essence. [RY]

see Innermost Essence

ati yoga. [IW]

Ati Yoga. The third of the Three Inner Tantras. According to Jamgon Kongtrul the First, it emphasizes the view that liberation is attained through growing accustomed to insight into the nature of primordial enlightenment, free from accepting and rejecting, hope and fear. The more common word for Ati Yoga nowadays is 'Dzogchen,' the Great Perfection. Ati means 'supreme.' [RY]

utter immersion in genuine being [atiyoga approach]; adherence to/ coming into contact with genuine being. [RB]

Ati Yoga, sublime yoga; Atiyoga. Syn bya bral 'bras bu'i theg pa; Atiyoga. Syn bya bral 'bras bu'i theg pa; Ati yoga; Atiyoga, (Syn. Dzogchen) Ultimate yoga. [RY]

Ati Yoga; perfect yoga. [RY]

atiyoga, yoga of the accomplishment of meditation, Yoga of the Innermost Essence. [JV]