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'''Habitual obscurations''' (Skt. ''vāsanā varaṇa''; Tib. བག་ཆགས་ཀྱི་སྒྲིབ་པ་, Wyl. ''bag chags kyi sgrib pa'') — the habitual obscurations are explained according to the [[sutra]]s as extremely subtle forms of [[cognitive obscurations|cognitive obscuration]], like the scent left behind in a container which once held musk. In the [[mantra]] tradition, they are the habitual tendencies of the transference of the [[three appearances]], which are to be overcome by [[vajra]]-like [[primordial wisdom]].
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'''Habitual obscurations''' (Skt. ''vāsanā varaṇa''; Tib. བག་ཆགས་ཀྱི་སྒྲིབ་པ་, ''bakchak kyi dribpa'', [[Wyl.]] ''bag chags kyi sgrib pa'') — the habitual obscurations are explained according to the [[sutra]]s as extremely subtle forms of [[cognitive obscurations|cognitive obscuration]], like the scent left behind in a container which once held musk. In the [[mantra]] tradition, they are the habitual tendencies of the transference of the [[three appearances]], which are to be overcome by [[vajra]]-like [[primordial wisdom]].
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:12, 21 June 2018

Habitual obscurations (Skt. vāsanā varaṇa; Tib. བག་ཆགས་ཀྱི་སྒྲིབ་པ་, bakchak kyi dribpa, Wyl. bag chags kyi sgrib pa) — the habitual obscurations are explained according to the sutras as extremely subtle forms of cognitive obscuration, like the scent left behind in a container which once held musk. In the mantra tradition, they are the habitual tendencies of the transference of the three appearances, which are to be overcome by vajra-like primordial wisdom.