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Technical Note 11 Biography of Mi-pam-gya-tso 13 The Meaning of Fundamental Mind, Clear Light, Expressed in Accordance with the Transmission of Conqueror Knowledge-Bearers Vajra Matrix 31 Introduction 33 This is the first translation of The Meaning of Fundamental Mind, Clear Light, Expressed in Accordance with the Transmission of Conqueror Knowledge-Bearers Vajra Matrix1 by the great Tibetan scholar-yogi Mi-pam-gya-tso (1846-1912) of the Nying-ma order. This text on the Nying-ma view of...

Uncompounded Wisdom

Those who understand as the actual pristine wisdom something that is a new putting together of (1) a momentary compounded mind and (2) an uncompounded mere emptiness make evident their own internal poverty of not having identified basic knowledge due to not having a lama's quintessential instructions. From the perspective of all those who have not been introduced to the entity of actual innate basic knowledge through a lama's quintessential instructions, it is thought that although emptiness is...

Endnotes

1 gnyug sems 'od gsal gyi don rgyal ba rig 'dzin brgyud pa'i lung bzhin brjodpa rdo rje 'i snyingpo. I have added the chapter headings. 2 mi pham 'jam dbyangs mam rgyal rgya mtsho. His names, as listed in TBRC (Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center) P252, are mi pham rnam rgyal rgya mtsho, mi pham rgya mtsho, ju mi pham mam rgyal rgya mtsho, and jam mgon mi pham rgya mtsho. 3 Edited and translated by Jeffrey Hopkins, co-edited by Anne C. Klein (London Rider Hutchinson, 1982 Ithaca, N.Y. Snow Lion...

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Supplement to (Nagarjuna 's) Treatise on the Middle, 18, 19,41 clear light, 36, 42, 45, 46, 47, 52, 54,61,62, 74, 75, 79, 85,96, 97, 99, 107, 110, 111, 113, 114, 116, 119, 120, 121, 126, 127, 128, 129,131 basal, 7, 52, 63, 110 delicate, 127 noumenal, 126 noumenal basal, 128 self-arisen, 85 ultimate, 36 clear light and emptiness, 113 clear light basal sphere, 61 clear light nature of the mind, 74, 75,111 collections of consciousness eight, 62, 64, 66, 67, 68, 73, 85, 112, 120, 122, 124,126,132...

Biography of Mipamgyatso by Khetsun Sangpo Rinbochay

Within adjusting your motivation to seek highest enlightenment for the sake of all sentient beings throughout space, listen to the doctrine today, which is about the life-and-liberation story of the omniscient Mi-pam-jam-yang-nam-gyel-gya-tso.8 He was born in 1846 in the Kam, Province of Tibet in Ya-chu-ding-chung1 on the banks of the gently flowing Yalu River. A very learned uncle on his father's side, Padma-dar-gyay, gave him the name Mi-pam-gya-tso.12 When he was very young, unlike other...

Bibliography

Sutras and tantras are listed alphabetically by English title in the first section of the bibliography. Indian and Tibetan treatises are listed alphabetically by author in the second section other works are listed alphabetically by author in the third section. Works mentioned in the first or second section are not repeated in the third section. kun byed rgyal po chos thams cad rdzogs pa chen po byang chub kyi sems kun byed rgyal po THDLNgl. 1.2.1 Compilations of Indicative Verse udanavarga ched...