ཏིང་ངེ་འཛིན་

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ཏིང་ངེ་འཛིན། (Wyl. ting nge 'dzin) n. Pron.: ting ngé dzin

  • Skt. samadhi. meditative stabilization [Shamatha Meditation] Hopkins
  • holistic experience ▷HVG KBEU
  • concentration ▷RTH
  • Skt. samādhi. Concentration [Abhidharma] [Fifty-one mental states] [Five object-determining factors]
  • Skt. samādhi. [Ten topics of tantra]
  • Skt. समाधिः, samādhi, Pron.: samadhi. From Sanskrit: putting together, joining or combining with | a joint or a •partic. position of the neck | union, a whole, aggregate, set | completion, accomplishment, conclusion | setting to rights, adjustment, settlement | justification of a statement, proof | bringing into harmony, agreement, assent | intense application or fixing the mind on, inTenness, atTenion | concentration of the thoughts, profound or abstract meditation, intense contemplation of any particular object (so as to identify the contemplator with the object meditated upon | this is the eighth and last stage of Yoga [lW. 93] | with Buddhists Samādhi is the fourth and last stage of Dhyāna or intense abstract meditation | in the Kāraṇḍa-vyūha several Samādhi are enumerated | intense absorption or a kind of trance | a sanctuary or tomb of a saint | in | N. of various figures of speech (defined as | N. of the 17th Kalpa | of the 17th Arhat of the future Utsarpiṇī | of a Vaiśya | to | also | silence | a religious vow of intense devotion or self-imposed abstraction | support, upholding | continuance | perseverance in difficulties | attempting impossibilities | collecting or laying up grain in times of dearth [Mahavyutpatti] [Sanskrit] MVP MW

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