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#([[Wyl.]] ''rlung''; Skt. ''prāṇa'') the [[inner air]] or 'wind-energy' within the [[psycho-physical system]].
 
#([[Wyl.]] ''rlung''; Skt. ''prāṇa'') the [[inner air]] or 'wind-energy' within the [[psycho-physical system]].
 
#([[Wyl.]] ''rlung''; Skt. ''vāyu'') the wind or air element among the [[five elements]]
 
#([[Wyl.]] ''rlung''; Skt. ''vāyu'') the wind or air element among the [[five elements]]
#([[Wyl.]] ''lung''; Skt. ''agama'') (a) the [[oral transmission]] of a text or practice, (b) any scripture, especially a written commentary on a [[tantra]]
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#([[Wyl.]] ''lung''; Skt. ''agama''):
#Quotation(s) from the scriptures
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#*(a) an [[agama]] is a text presenting the teachings of one or several [[tantra]]s in a shorter more accessible way.
#In Tibetan language, the word ''lung'' also means a valley.
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#*(b) any scripture, and by extension quotations from the scriptures
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#*(c) the [[oral transmission]] of a text or prac
  
 
[[Category: Tibetan Terms]]
 
[[Category: Tibetan Terms]]
 
[[Category:Disambiguation pages]]
 
[[Category:Disambiguation pages]]

Revision as of 09:08, 14 December 2016

Lung

  1. (Wyl. rlung; Skt. prāṇa) the inner air or 'wind-energy' within the psycho-physical system.
  2. (Wyl. rlung; Skt. vāyu) the wind or air element among the five elements
  3. (Wyl. lung; Skt. agama):
    • (a) an agama is a text presenting the teachings of one or several tantras in a shorter more accessible way.
    • (b) any scripture, and by extension quotations from the scriptures
    • (c) the oral transmission of a text or prac