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'''Three categories''' or '''three classes''' (Tib. ''dé sum''; [[Wyl.]] ''sde gsum'') - the three categories into which [[Mañjushrimitra]] divided the [[Dzogchen]] teachings he received from [[Garab Dorje]]:
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'''Three categories''' or '''three classes''' (Tib. ''dé sum''; [[Wyl.]] ''sde gsum'') the three categories into which [[Mañjushrimitra]] divided the [[Dzogchen]] teachings he received from [[Garab Dorje]]:
  
 
#the [[outer category of mind]] (''semdé''),
 
#the [[outer category of mind]] (''semdé''),
#the [[inner category of space]] (''longdé''),
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#the [[inner category of space]] (''longdé''), and
#and the [[category of pith instructions]] (''mengak dé'').
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#the [[category of pith instructions]] (''mengak dé'').
  
  
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[[Category:Dzogchen]]
 
[[Category:Enumerations]]
 
[[Category:Enumerations]]
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[[Category:3-Three]]

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Mañjushrimitra

Three categories or three classes (Tib. dé sum; Wyl. sde gsum) — the three categories into which Mañjushrimitra divided the Dzogchen teachings he received from Garab Dorje:

  1. the outer category of mind (semdé),
  2. the inner category of space (longdé), and
  3. the category of pith instructions (mengak dé).