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'''Partless particle''' (Tib. ''dultren chamé''; [[Wyl.]] ''rdul phran cha med'')
'''Partless particle''' (Tib. ''dultren chamé''; [[Wyl.]] ''rdul phran cha med'') the indivisible particle of matter asserted by the [[Vaibhashika]] and [[Sautrantika]] schools. ''See also'' [[indivisible moment of consciousness]].
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Revision as of 14:13, 5 February 2012
- When six other particles are joined to it,
- The subtle particle will have six parts.
- If the six all simply converge together,
- Then even compounds will be infinitesimal.
- Andy Karr, Contemplating Reality (Boston: Shambala Publications, 2007)
- The Light of Wisdom Volume 1. Root text by Padmasambhava and commentary by Jamgön Kongtrül the Great. Published by Shambhala Publications ISBN 0-87773-566-2. See pages 138-139 and also Note 275, page 274, for an explanation of the above quotation.