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'''Dharmodaya''' (Skt.; Tib. ཆོས་འབྱུང་, ''chöjung'', Wyl ''chos 'byung'' ) — literally, 'the source (''udaya'') of all phenomena (''dharma'')'. It is triangular in shape and represents the space out of which all phenomena arise. Often two triangles are combined to form a star shape (as in the Star of David) known as "a crossed dharmodaya" (Tib. ཆོས་འབྱུང་བསྣོལ་མ་, Wyl. ''chos 'byung bsnol ma'').
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'''Dharmodaya''' (Skt.; Tib. ཆོས་འབྱུང་, ''chöjung'', [[Wyl.]] ''chos 'byung'' ) — literally, 'the source (''udaya'') of all phenomena (''dharma'')'. It is triangular in shape and represents the space out of which all phenomena arise. Often two triangles are combined to form a star shape (as in the Star of David) known as "a crossed dharmodaya" (Tib. ཆོས་འབྱུང་བསྣོལ་མ་, Wyl. ''chos 'byung bsnol ma'').
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:50, 4 August 2017

Dharmodaya (Skt.; Tib. ཆོས་འབྱུང་, chöjung, Wyl. chos 'byung ) — literally, 'the source (udaya) of all phenomena (dharma)'. It is triangular in shape and represents the space out of which all phenomena arise. Often two triangles are combined to form a star shape (as in the Star of David) known as "a crossed dharmodaya" (Tib. ཆོས་འབྱུང་བསྣོལ་མ་, Wyl. chos 'byung bsnol ma).