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'''Seven aspects of union''' ([[Wyl.]] ''kha sbyor yan lag bdun'') — the seven qualities of a [[sambhogakaya]] [[buddha]] are:  
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'''Seven aspects of union''' (Tib. khajor yenlak dün,  ཁ་སྦྱོར་ཡན་ལག་བདུན་ , Wyl. kha sbyor yan lag bdun) — the seven qualities of a [[sambhogakaya]] [[buddha]] are:  
  
*complete enjoyment (Wyl. ''longs spyod rdzogs''),  
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*complete enjoyment (Tib. longchö dzog, ལོངས་སྤྱོད་རྫོགས་  Wyl. longs spyod rdzogs),  
*union (Wyl. ''kha sbyor''),  
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*union (Tib. khajor,  ཁ་སྦྱོར་ , Wyl. kha sbyor),  
*great bliss (Wyl. ''bde ba chen po''),  
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*great bliss (Tib. dewa chenpo,  བདེ་བ་ཆེན་པོ་  , Wyl. bde ba chen po),  
*absence of a self-nature (Wyl. ''rang bzhin med pa''),  
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*absence of a self-nature (Tib. rang shyin mépa,  རང་བཞིན་མེད་པ་ , Wyl. rang bzhin med pa)   ,  
*presence of compassion (Wyl. ''snying rjes yongs su gang ba''),  
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*presence of compassion (Tib. nyingjé yong su gangwa,  སྙིང་རྗེས་ཡོངས་སུ་གང་བ་  Wyl. snying rjes yongs su gang ba),  
*being uninterrupted (Wyl. ''rgyun mi chad pa'') and  
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*being uninterrupted (Tib. gyün michepa,  རྒྱུན་མི་ཆད་པ་ , Wyl. rgyun mi chad pa) and  
*being unceasing (Wyl. '' 'gog pa med pa '').
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*being unceasing (Tib. gokpa mépa, འགོག་པ་མེད་པ་ , Wyl. ‘gog pa med pa).
  
 
==Further Reading==
 
==Further Reading==

Revision as of 18:45, 27 December 2010

Seven aspects of union (Tib. khajor yenlak dün, ཁ་སྦྱོར་ཡན་ལག་བདུན་ , Wyl. kha sbyor yan lag bdun) — the seven qualities of a sambhogakaya buddha are:

  • complete enjoyment (Tib. longchö dzog, ལོངས་སྤྱོད་རྫོགས་ Wyl. longs spyod rdzogs),
  • union (Tib. khajor, ཁ་སྦྱོར་ , Wyl. kha sbyor),
  • great bliss (Tib. dewa chenpo, བདེ་བ་ཆེན་པོ་ , Wyl. bde ba chen po),
  • absence of a self-nature (Tib. rang shyin mépa, རང་བཞིན་མེད་པ་ , Wyl. rang bzhin med pa) ,
  • presence of compassion (Tib. nyingjé yong su gangwa, སྙིང་རྗེས་ཡོངས་སུ་གང་བ་ Wyl. snying rjes yongs su gang ba),
  • being uninterrupted (Tib. gyün michepa, རྒྱུན་མི་ཆད་པ་ , Wyl. rgyun mi chad pa) and
  • being unceasing (Tib. gokpa mépa, འགོག་པ་མེད་པ་ , Wyl. ‘gog pa med pa).

Further Reading