04-Four

Subcategories
This category has the following 17 subcategories, out of 17 total.

F
Four Antidotes to Laziness
Four Aspects of the Truth of Cessation
Four Aspects of the Truth of Origination
Four Aspects of the Truth of Suffering
Four Aspects of the Truth of the Path
Four castes, Varṇa
Four Chokshyaks
Four Defeating Offences
Four Immeasurables
Four mental engagements
Four Noble Truths
Four Types of Bodhichitta According to the Paths and Levels
Four variables
Four Visions
T
The Four Causes for Not Knowing
The Four Considerations
The Four Metaphors

Pages in category “04-Four”
The following 107 pages are in this category, out of 107 total.

  • Four abodes of Brahma
  • Four actions which generate the merit of Brahma in this lifetime
  • Four activities
  • Four admirations
  • Four ambitions
  • Four applications of mindfulness
  • Four aspects of complete purity
  • Four aspects of wellbeing
  • Four attributes of the four continents
  • Four bardos
  • Four bases of miraculous powers
  • Four causes that prevent arhats from knowing certain things
  • Four chakras
  • Four chokshyaks
  • Four circumstances which destroy one’s source of virtue
  • Four classes of tantra
  • Four clusters
  • Four continents
  • Four criteria of validity
  • Four criteria used when applying a title to a text
  • Four Dharmas of Gampopa
  • Four dhyanas
  • Four dignities
  • Four doors of secret mantra practice
  • Four empowerments
  • Four empties
  • Four endings
  • Four essential characteristics of karma
  • Four extremes
  • Four fearlessnesses
  • Four Female Demons
  • Four female gatekeepers
  • Four Final Testaments of the Vidyadharas
  • Four forces
  • Four formless absorptions
  • Four gateways to liberation
  • Four gatherings
  • Four genuine restraints
  • Four great canonical languages
  • Four great disciples of Marpa Lotsawa
  • Four great disciples of Zurchung Sherab Drakpa
  • Four Great Kings
  • Four great logical arguments of the Middle Way
  • Four immeasurables
  • Four intermediary kalpas
  • Four Jikmes
  • Four joys
  • Four kayas
  • Four kinds of blessing
  • Four kinds of mindfulness
  • Four kinds of teacher
  • Four kinds of treatise
  • Four lamps
  • Four links
  • Four major Buddhist holidays
  • Four male gatekeepers
  • Four maras
  • Four Medical Tantras
  • Four Menmo
  • Four mental engagements
  • Four Metaphors
  • Four misapprehensions
  • Four modes
  • Four modes of birth
  • Four mudras
  • Four nails
  • Four Noble Truths
  • Four obscurations
  • Four perfect knowledges
  • Four points illustrating the dharmakaya
  • Four points illustrating the instantaneous application
  • Four powers
  • Four prerequisites
  • Four primary elements
  • Four principles of reasoning
  • Four reliances
  • Four results of the Hinayana path
  • Four schools
  • Four seals
  • Four Sections of Magical Illusion
  • Four serious faults
  • Four sessions of retreat
  • Four stages of approach and accomplishment
  • Four tenet systems
  • Four thoughts
  • Four times
  • Four times of breaking samadhi
  • Four types of condition
  • Four types of guest
  • Four types of isolate
  • Four types of object
  • Four unwholesome dharmas
  • Four vajras
  • Four valid factors
  • Four variables
  • Four vidyadhara levels
  • Four virtuous disciplines
  • Four visions
  • Four visualizations for mantra recitation
  • Four ways of attracting disciples
  • Four wholesome dharmas
  • Four Yakshinis
  • Four yogas
  • Fourfold interrelated purpose
  • Kadam Lha Shyi
  • Miraculous displays of the four ways of training
  • The four main schools of Tibetan Buddhism

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Enumerations – Numerical Lists of the Buddha Dharma Teachings

Subcategories
This category has the following 82 subcategories, out of 82 total.

  • 0
  • 02-Two
  • 03-Three
  • 04-Four
  • 05-Five
  • 06-Six
  • 07-Seven
  • 08-Eight
  • 09-Nine
  • 1
  • 10-Ten
  • 11-Eleven
  • 12-Twelve
  • 13-Thirteen
  • 14-Fourteen
  • 16-Sixteen
  • 17-Seventeen
  • 18-Eighteen
  • 2
  • 20s-Twenties
  • 3
  • 30s-Thirties
  • 4
  • 40s-Forties
  • 5
  • 50s-Fifties
  • 6
  • 60s-Sixties
  • 7
  • 70s-Seventies
  • 8
  • 80s-Eighties

  • Buddhas of the Five Families
  • Eight antidotes
  • Eight Classes of Pratimoksha Vows
  • Eight Close Sons
  • Eight Qualities of Self and Other
  • Eighteen dhatus
  • Eleven virtuous states
  • Fifty-one mental states
  • Five beliefs
  • Five Elements
  • Five ever-present factors
  • Five faults
  • Five Medicines
  • Five object-determining mental states
  • Five Precious Substances
  • Five Sense Organs
  • Five skandhas
  • Five subtle objects
  • Four Antidotes to Laziness
  • Four Aspects of the Truth of Cessation
  • Four Aspects of the Truth of Origination
  • Four Aspects of the Truth of Suffering
  • Four Aspects of the Truth of the Path
  • Four castes, Varṇa
  • Four Chokshyaks
  • Four Defeating Offences
  • Four Immeasurables
  • Four mental engagements
  • Four Types of Bodhichitta According to the Paths and Levels
  • Four variables
  • Four Visions
  • Nine ways of resting the mind
  • Seven Authoritative Transmissions
  • Seven vajra points
  • Six Excellent Medicinals
  • Six Ornaments
  • Six root disturbing emotions
  • Stages Accomplished Through the Six Powers
  • Ten Topics of Knowledge
  • Ten Topics of Tantra
  • The Eight Worldly Concerns
  • The Five Principal Considerations
  • The Five Wrong Ways of Remembering
  • The Four Causes for Not Knowing
  • The Four Considerations
  • The Four Metaphors
  • The Seven Points of Mind Training
  • The Sixteen Aspects of the Four Noble Truths
  • The Three Defects of the Vessel
  • The Three Phases
  • The Twelve Deeds
  • The Two Kinds of Potential
  • Three Jewels
  • Three Natures
  • Three Pure Factors
  • Three Realms of Samsara
  • Three Types of Miraculous Ability
  • Twenty subsidiary disturbing emotions
  • Twenty-five Disciples

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08-Eight

  • Eight antidotes
  • Eight auspicious goddesses
  • Eight auspicious substances
  • Eight auspicious symbols
  • Eight bhumis
  • Eight branches
  • Eight charnel ground ornaments
  • Eight classes of gods and demons
  • Eight Cold Hells
  • Eight consciousnesses
  • Eight doors of spontaneous presence
  • Eight extremes
  • Eight faults
  • Eight female bodhisattvas
  • Eight freedoms
  • Eight glorious ornaments
  • Eight great bodhisattvas
  • Eight great charnel grounds
  • Eight great fears
  • Eight Great Naga Kings
  • Eight great pillars of the practice lineage
  • Eight gross infractions
  • Eight Guardians of the World
  • Eight holy places
  • Eight Hot Hells
  • Eight impossible states where mind cuts us off from the Dharma
  • Eight incidental circumstances which make Dharma impossible
  • Eight jewel ornaments
  • Eight kinds of implied and indirect teachings
  • Eight kinds of precious substances
  • Eight Lords of Physicians
  • Eight Manifestations of Guru Rinpoche
  • Eight modes of dissolution
  • Eight offering goddesses
  • Eight ordinary accomplishments
  • Eight ordinary siddhis
  • Eight outer offerings
  • Eight Pagdru Kagyü Sub-schools
  • Eight perfect freedoms
  • Eight periods of a human life
  • Eight perverse actions
  • Eight points illustrating the culminating application
  • Eight practice lineages
  • Eight qualities of a buddha
  • Eight qualities of a spiritual teacher of secret mantra
  • Eight qualities of pure water
  • Eight qualities of the Dharma
  • Eight qualities of the sangha
  • Eight secondary colors
  • Eight Sections of Magical Illusion
  • Eight similes of illusion
  • Eight subcontinents
  • Eight Sugatas
  • Eight thoughts of a great being
  • Eight topics
  • Eight tramen
  • Eight treasures of confidence
  • Eight types of pratimoksha vows
  • Eight vehicles of the gradual path
  • Eight vidyadharas
  • Eight vidyadharas of India
  • Eight vidyadharas of Tibet
  • Eight vows of mahayana sojong
  • Eight worldly preoccupations
  • Kagyé
  • Noble eightfold path
  • Six Ornaments and Two Supreme Ones
  • The eight stupas
  • Verses of the Eight Noble Auspicious Ones
  • ཉེ་བའི་སྲས་བརྒྱད་

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