The Triguna or three gunas, refers to the three attributes or qualities of the mind: sattva, rajas, and tamas.
See Ignorance, Obscurations, Kapha imbalance
TAMAS. “One of the three gunas of Prakruti or Nature; its characteristics are darkness, inertia, and ignorance; it is responsible for sleep, drowsiness, dullness, unconsciousness.” Fair Use Source: B00735H9FY
See also Bodhisattva, Living being
SATTVA. “One of the three gunas of Prakruti, sattva denotes light, clarity, purity of perception; it is the essence of pure awareness.” Fair Use Source: B00735H9FY
See Vata imbalance, desire.
RAJAS. “One of the three universal qualities (triguna) of Prakruti, Cosmic Creativity. Rajas is active, mobile, dynamic.” Fair Use Source: B00735H9FY
PURUSHA. “Choiceless, passive awareness; the pure Cosmic Being.” Fair Use Source: B00735H9FY
Shad Darshan refers to the Six Philosophies: Buddha Dharma, Yoga, Sankhya
SANKHYA. “One of the schools of Indian philosophy, Sankhya denotes both “discriminative knowledge” and “enumeration.” It gives a systematic account of cosmic evolution from Purusha (Cosmic Spirit) and Prakruti (Primordial Matter) through the stages of creation: Mahad (Cosmic Intelligence); Ahamkara (individuating principle); Mana (mind); Indriyas (the inner doors of perception); Tanmatras (the objects of perception); and Mahat Bhutas (five great elements). Sat means truth and khya means to realize; thus Sankhya means to realize the theory of the creation of the universe in order to realize the ultimate truth of human life. Sankhya reveals the journey of consciousness into matter.” Fair Use Source: B00735H9FY