Truly existent nature
Truly existent nature (Skt. pariniṣpanna-svabhāva; Wyl. yongs grub mtshan nyid) ― the third of the three natures presented in the Mind Only school. Truly existent (Skt. pariniṣpanna; Tib. ཡོངས་གྲུབ་, yongdrub, Wyl. yongs grub) when affixed to 'nature', connotes on the objective side the nature an object has when it is thoroughly understood. On the subjective side, it connotes the nature apparent to one who is fully accomplished intellectually and meditatively. It represents the highest and most complete understanding of a phenomenon.
- Perfect nature (Karl Brunnhölzl)
- Consummate nature (Jay L. Garfield)
- Absolute (Lama Chökyi Nyima)
- Perfected nature
- Truly established
- Perfectly established