Kalachakra tantra root downfall

“A transgression of one of the version of the root tantric vows (vows) that is specific to the practice of Kalachakra.”

Tantra Texts from the Tripitaka.

Yidam – yid-kyi-dam-tshig – Iṣṭa-devatā – Ishta-Devata – Meditational Deity or Tutelary Deity

Other languages:

  • Deutsch: Übertretung der tantrischen wurzelgelübde des kalachakra
  • Русский: Коренные тантрические падения калачакры
  • Tiếng Việt: Phạm trọng giới của mật điển thời luân

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Dharma Protectors – Dharmapala

Buddhism Glossary, Three Refuges: 1. Buddhas, 2. Dharma: SutrasShastrasVinayaTantras, Buddhist Bibliography, 3. Sangha: BodhisattvasHistoric Buddhist MastersModern Buddhist Masters

Kalachakra

“An anuttarayoga tantra practice for overcoming the cycles of time and attaining enlightenment for the benefit of all.”

Tantra Texts from the Tripitaka.

Yidam – yid-kyi-dam-tshig – Iṣṭa-devatā – Ishta-Devata – Meditational Deity or Tutelary Deity

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Dharma Protectors – Dharmapala

Buddhism Glossary, Three Refuges: 1. Buddhas, 2. Dharma: SutrasShastrasVinayaTantras, Buddhist Bibliography, 3. Sangha: BodhisattvasHistoric Buddhist MastersModern Buddhist Masters

Hinayana Sarvastivada Sautrantika Sutravadin – Sutra School of Tenets – Pali Suttavada – Tibetan mDo-sde-pa – 經量部 – Jīng Liàng Bù

Sautrantika: Hinayana Sarvastivada Sautrantika Sutravadin – Sutra School of Buddhist TenetsPali Suttavada – Tibetan mDo-sde-pa – 經量部 – Jīng Liàng Bù

“The Sautrāntika or Sutravadin (Sanskrit, Suttavāda in Pali; Chinese: 經量部\ 說經部; pinyin: jīng liàng bù\ shuō jīng bù; Japanese: 経量部, romanized: Kyou Ryou Bu) were an early Buddhist school generally believed to be descended from the Sthavira nikāya by way of their immediate parent school, the Sarvāstivādins.[1] While they are identified as a unique doctrinal tendency, they were part of the Sarvāstivāda Vinaya lineage of monastic ordination.”[2]

“Their name means literally “those who rely upon the sutras“, which indicated, as stated by the commentator Yasomitra, that they hold the sutras, but not the Abhidharma commentaries (sastras), as authoritative.[1][3] The views of this group first appear in the Abhidharmakośabhāṣya of Vasubandhu.”[2] Fair Use Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sautrantika

Mahayana Consciousness Only School – Mind-Only – Chittamatra-Yogachara – Tibetan Sems-tsam-pa – 唯識宗 Wéishí Zōng

Philosophical Tenets – Buddhist Philosophy – Tibetan grub-mtha – Hinayana 1. Vaibhashika 2. Sautrantaka and Mahayana 3. Consciousness Only – Chittamatra-Yogachara 4. Madhyamaka

Philosophical Tenets – Buddhist Philosophy – Tibetan grub-mtha – Hinayana (theg-dman) 1. Vaibhashika (bye-brag smra-ba) 2. Sautrantaka (mdo-sde-pa) and Mahayana (theg-chen) 3. Chittamatra (sems-tsam-pa) 4. Madhyamaka (dbu-ma-pa).

Prajna – Prajñā Wisdom 般若. Contrast with Ignorance – moha – avidya – 無明.

See also Madhyamaka – Buddhist Wisdom Prajna Emptiness Tenets Philosophy – Middle Way School of Nagarjuna – Shunyavada-Nihsvabhavavada – Tibetan dbu-ma – 中觀見 Zhongguan Jian – 中論 Zhong Lun

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Mahayana Consciousness Only School – Mind-Only – Chittamatra-Yogachara – Tibetan Sems-tsam-pa – 唯識宗 Wéishí Zōng

Mahayana Consciousness Only School – Mind-Only – Chittamatra-Yogachara – Tibetan Sems-tsam-pa – 唯識宗 Wéishí Zōng

English: Representation-only, Yoga Practice School, Consciousness-Only School, Subjective Realism, Mind-Only School

Chinese

  • 唯識宗; pinyin: Wéishí Zōng (“Consciousness-Only School”)
  • Wéishí Yúqiexíng Pài (唯識瑜伽行派 “Consciousness-Only Yogācāra School”)
  • Fǎxiàng Zōng (法相宗, “Dharmalakṣaṇa School”)
  • Cí’ēn Zōng (慈恩宗 “Ci’en School”)

Tibetan language:

  • Tibetan: རྣལ་འབྱོར་སྤྱོད་པ་, Wylie: rnal ‘byor spyod pa, THL: Nenjor Chöpa “Yogācāra”
  • Tibetan: སེམས་ཙམ་, Wylie: sems tsam, THL: Semtsam “Cittamātra”

Philosophical Tenets – Buddhist Philosophy – Tibetan grub-mtha – Hinayana 1. Vaibhashika 2. Sautrantaka and Mahayana 3. Consciousness Only – Chittamatra-Yogachara 4. Madhyamaka

Philosophical Tenets – Buddhist Philosophy – Tibetan grub-mtha – Hinayana (theg-dman) 1. Vaibhashika (bye-brag smra-ba) 2. Sautrantaka (mdo-sde-pa) and Mahayana (theg-chen) 3. Chittamatra (sems-tsam-pa) 4. Madhyamaka (dbu-ma-pa).

Prajna – Prajñā Wisdom 般若. Contrast with Ignorance – moha – avidya – 無明.

See also Madhyamaka – Buddhist Wisdom Prajna Emptiness Tenets Philosophy – Middle Way School of Nagarjuna – Shunyavada-Nihsvabhavavada – Tibetan dbu-ma – 中觀見 Zhongguan Jian – 中論 Zhong Lun

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Eight Consciousnesses of Yogachara-Chittamatra Consciousness-Only Mind-Only School – Asta vijnana kaya – Aṣṭa-vijñāna-kāya – 八識 Bā shí

Buddhism Glossary, Three Refuges: 1. Buddhas, 2. Dharma: SutrasShastrasVinayaTantras, Buddhist Bibliography, 3. Sangha: BodhisattvasHistoric Buddhist MastersModern Buddhist Masters

Philosophical Tenets – Buddhist Philosophy – Tibetan grub-mtha – Hinayana 1. Vaibhashika 2. Sautrantaka and Mahayana 3. Consciousness Only – Chittamatra-Yogachara 4. Madhyamaka

Philosophical Tenets – Buddhist Philosophy – Tibetan grub-mtha – Hinayana 1. Vaibhashika 2. Sautrantaka and Mahayana 3. Consciousness Only / Mind-Only – Chittamatra-Yogachara 4. Madhyamaka

Philosophical Tenets – Buddhist Philosophy – Tibetan grub-mtha – Hinayana (theg-dman) 1. Vaibhashika (bye-brag smra-ba) 2. Sautrantaka (mdo-sde-pa) and Mahayana (theg-chen) 3. Chittamatra (sems-tsam-pa) 4. Madhyamaka (dbu-ma-pa).

Prajna – Prajñā Wisdom 般若. Contrast with Ignorance – moha – avidya – 無明.

See also Madhyamaka – Buddhist Wisdom Prajna Emptiness Tenets Philosophy – Middle Way School of Nagarjuna – Shunyavada-Nihsvabhavavada – Tibetan dbu-ma – 中觀見 Zhongguan Jian – 中論 Zhong Lun

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Nagarjuna Bodhisattva

Prajna – Prajñā Wisdom 般若. Contrast with Ignorance – moha – avidya – 無明.

See also Madhyamaka Buddhist Wisdom Prajna Emptiness Tenets Philosophy – Middle Way School – Centrism – Shunyavada-Nihsvabhavavada – Tibetan dbu-ma – 中觀見 Zhongguan Jian – 中論 Zhong Lun

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Madhyamaka – Buddhist Wisdom Prajna Emptiness Tenets Philosophy – Middle Way School of Nagarjuna – Shunyavada-Nihsvabhavavada – Tibetan dbu-ma – 中觀見 Zhongguan Jian – 中論 Zhong Lun

Prajna – Prajñā Wisdom 般若. Contrast with Ignorance – moha – avidya – 無明.

See also Madhyamaka – Buddhist Wisdom Prajna Emptiness Tenets Philosophy – Middle Way School of Nagarjuna – Shunyavada-Nihsvabhavavada – Tibetan dbu-ma – 中觀見 Zhongguan Jian – 中論 Zhong Lun

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Buddhist Mantras – Tibetan sngags – 咒

Buddhist Mantras – Tibetan sngags – 咒

“Sets of syllables which, when repeated, protect the mind from destructive states. Sets of syllables and, often, additional Sanskrit words and phrases, all of which represent enlightening speech and which, when repeated, protect the mind from destructive states. While repeating the mantras of a Buddha-figure, one imagines having the abilities to communicate perfectly to everyone the complete means for eliminating suffering and reaching enlightenment. Mantras shape the breath, and consequently the subtle energy-winds, enabling one to bring the winds under control for use in meditation practice.” Fair Use Source: https://studybuddhism.com/en/glossary/mantra

Tibetan: sngags

Sanskrit: mantra

J. Hopkins: Spell; mantra; general word for tantra.

Other languages: Deutsch: Mantra, Italiano: Mantra, Русский: Мантра, Tiếng Việt: Chú, 简体中文: 赞词、真言、经咒、陀罗尼咒; 繁體中文: 贊詞、真言、經咒、陀羅尼咒

Tantra Texts from the Tripitaka.

Yidam – yid-kyi-dam-tshig – Iṣṭa-devatā – Ishta-Devata – Meditational Deity or Tutelary Deity

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Dharma Protectors – Dharmapala, Yidams, Hidden mantra, Mantra mahamudra, Mantra-gathering.

Shurangama Mantra, Great Compassion Mantra.

Mantrayana, Vajrayana.

Buddhism Glossary, Three Refuges: 1. Buddhas, 2. Dharma: SutrasShastrasVinayaTantras, Buddhist Bibliography, 3. Sangha: BodhisattvasHistoric Buddhist MastersModern Buddhist Masters

Guhyasamaja Buddhist Tantra-Mantrayana – Guhyasamājatantra – Tibetan Gsang ’dus rtsa rgyud – Tantra of the Secret Community

Guhyasamaja Buddhist Tantra – Mantrayana – Guhyasamāja Guhyasamājatantra – Tibetan Gsang ’dus rtsa rgyud (Toh 442) – Tantra of the Secret Community)

Tantra Texts from the Tripitaka.

Yidam – yid-kyi-dam-tshig – Iṣṭa-devatā – Ishta-Devata – Meditational Deity or Tutelary Deity

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Dharma Protectors – Dharmapala

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! Template for Buddhist Tantra Texts

Tantra Texts from the Tripitaka.

Yidam – yid-kyi-dam-tshig – Iṣṭa-devatā – Ishta-Devata – Meditational Deity or Tutelary Deity

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Dharma Protectors – Dharmapala

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