Difference between revisions of "Six paramitas"

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==Definitions==
 
==Definitions==
  
*[[Generosity]] (Tib. ''jinpa''):  to cultivate the attitude of generosity   
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#[[Generosity]] (Tib. ''jinpa''):  to cultivate the attitude of generosity   
*[[Discipline]] (Tib. ''tsultrim''): refraining from harm
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#[[Discipline]] (Tib. ''tsultrim''): refraining from harm
*[[Patience]] (Tib. ''zöpa''): the ability not to be perturbed by anything.
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#[[Patience]] (Tib. ''zöpa''): the ability not to be perturbed by anything.
*[[Diligence]] (Tib. ''tsöndrü''): to find joy in what is virtuous, positive or wholesome.
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#[[Diligence]] (Tib. ''tsöndrü''): to find joy in what is virtuous, positive or wholesome.
*[[Concentration]] (Tib. ''samten''):  not to be distracted
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#[[Concentration]] (Tib. ''samten''):  not to be distracted
*[[Wisdom]] (Tib. ''sherab''):  the perfect discrimination of phenomena, all knowable things
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#[[Wisdom]] (Tib. ''sherab''):  the perfect discrimination of phenomena, all knowable things
  
 
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Revision as of 18:08, 18 June 2007

Definitions

  1. Generosity (Tib. jinpa): to cultivate the attitude of generosity
  2. Discipline (Tib. tsultrim): refraining from harm
  3. Patience (Tib. zöpa): the ability not to be perturbed by anything.
  4. Diligence (Tib. tsöndrü): to find joy in what is virtuous, positive or wholesome.
  5. Concentration (Tib. samten): not to be distracted
  6. Wisdom (Tib. sherab): the perfect discrimination of phenomena, all knowable things