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'''Path of No-more-learning''' ([[Wyl.]] ''mi slob pa'i lam'') - the fifth of the [[five paths]] and another name for [[Buddhahood]] in the [[Mahayana]]. So called because at this stage there is nothing more to learn or train in.  
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'''Path of no-more-learning''' (Skt. ''aśaikṣamārga''; Tib. [[མི་སློབ་པའི་ལམ་]], ''mi lobpé lam''; [[Wyl.]] ''mi slob pa'i lam'') the fifth of the [[five paths]] and another name for [[Buddhahood]] in the [[Mahayana]]. So called because at this stage there is nothing more to learn or train in.  
  
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* [[Five paths]]
  
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==External Links==
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*{{LH|tibetan-masters/nyingma-masters/patrul-rinpoche/stages-and-paths|''A Brief Guide to the Stages and Paths of the Bodhisattvas'' by Patrul Rinpoche}}
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Latest revision as of 12:02, 6 January 2018

Path of no-more-learning (Skt. aśaikṣamārga; Tib. མི་སློབ་པའི་ལམ་, mi lobpé lam; Wyl. mi slob pa'i lam) — the fifth of the five paths and another name for Buddhahood in the Mahayana. So called because at this stage there is nothing more to learn or train in.

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