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In terms of [[kyérim]]―‘generation’ or ‘development phase’ of practice, the goal of which is to purify our perception into the purity of our inherent nature―'''samayasattva''' is when we arise in the form of the [[deity]], having first practised the[[ three samadhis]].<ref>*Based on ''A Guide to Vajrayana Practice for the Rigpa Sangha''.</ref>
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In terms of [[kyérim]]―‘generation’ or ‘development phase’ of practice, the goal of which is to purify our perception into the purity of our inherent nature―'''samayasattva''' ( Tib. དམ་ཚིག་སེམས་དཔའ་ , Wyl. ''dam tshig sems dpa'') ―commitment being―is when we arise in the form of the [[deity]], having first practised the[[ three samadhis]].<ref>*Based on ''A Guide to Vajrayana Practice for the Rigpa Sangha''.</ref>
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 10:17, 6 June 2011

In terms of kyérim―‘generation’ or ‘development phase’ of practice, the goal of which is to purify our perception into the purity of our inherent nature―samayasattva ( Tib. དམ་ཚིག་སེམས་དཔའ་ , Wyl. dam tshig sems dpa) ―commitment being―is when we arise in the form of the deity, having first practised thethree samadhis.[1]

References

  1. *Based on A Guide to Vajrayana Practice for the Rigpa Sangha.