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This aggregate can itself be divided into fifteen:
 
This aggregate can itself be divided into fifteen:
•1-4: the four causal forms, which are the [[four elements]] of earth, water, fire and wind.
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*1-4: the four causal forms, which are the [[Four primary elements|four elements]] of earth, water, fire and wind.
•5-9: the five sense objects of visual form, sound, smell, taste and texture.
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*5-9: the five sense objects of visual form, sound, smell, taste and texture.
•10-14: the [[five sense faculties]] of eye, ear, nose, tongue and body.
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*10-14: the [[five sense faculties]] of eye, ear, nose, tongue and body.
•15: the imperceptible form. This can further be subdivided into five: form of particles, spatial form, form resulting from a fully taken promise, imagined form and mastered form.<ref>[[Jamyang Drakpa]] in [[Padmasambhava]] & [[Jamgön Kongtrul]]. ''The Light of Wisdom Volume 1'' (Hong Kong: Rangjung Yeshe Publications, 1999), page 185. </ref>
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*15: the imperceptible form. This can further be subdivided into five: form of particles, spatial form, form resulting from a fully taken promise, imagined form and mastered form.<ref>[[Jamyang Drakpa]] in [[Padmasambhava]] & [[Jamgön Kongtrul]]. ''The Light of Wisdom Volume 1'' (Hong Kong: Rangjung Yeshe Publications, 1999), page 185. </ref>
  
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==

Revision as of 15:45, 23 June 2019

The aggregate of forms (Skt. rūpa; Tib. གཟུགས་, zuk, Wyl. gzugs) is the first of the five aggregates.

This aggregate can itself be divided into fifteen:

  • 1-4: the four causal forms, which are the four elements of earth, water, fire and wind.
  • 5-9: the five sense objects of visual form, sound, smell, taste and texture.
  • 10-14: the five sense faculties of eye, ear, nose, tongue and body.
  • 15: the imperceptible form. This can further be subdivided into five: form of particles, spatial form, form resulting from a fully taken promise, imagined form and mastered form.[1]

Sources

  1. Jamyang Drakpa in Padmasambhava & Jamgön Kongtrul. The Light of Wisdom Volume 1 (Hong Kong: Rangjung Yeshe Publications, 1999), page 185.