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Concentration being, 1 Definition(s)

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A symbol of BuddhaaE s Truth Body, usually visualized as a seed letter at the heart of a commitment being or a wisdom being. It is so called because it is generated through concentration.
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· Concentration
samādhi (q.v.) - right°, s. sacca (IV. 8), magga (8). - wrong°, s. micchā-magga ...
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· Being
living: satta; further s. puggala. - Belief in eternal personality: bhava-ditthi...
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· Samma Samadhi
1) Sammā, 2 (indecl.) (Vedic samyac (=samyak) & samīś “connected, in one”; see ...
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· Wisdom being
See 'Bodhisattva';
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· Living being
Synonymous with sentient being (Tib. sem chA n). Any being who possesses a mind ...
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· Superior being
aE AryaaE in Sanskrit. A being who has a direct realization of emptiness. There ...
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· Sentient Being
aE Sem chA naE in Tibetan. Any being who possesses a mind that is contaminated b...
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· Commitment being
A visualized Buddha or ourself visualized as a Buddha. A commitment being is so ...
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· Holy being
A being who is worthy of devotion
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· Attainment Concentration
appanā-samādhi; s. samādhi.
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· Neighbourhood Concentration
upacāra-samādhi.
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· Contentment Being
satisfied with oneaE s inner and outer conditions, motivated by a virtuous inten...
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· Preparatory Concentration
(and preparatory image, etc.): s. samādhi, javana.
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· Ordinary being
Anyone who has not realized emptiness directly.
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· Enlightened Being
See 'Bodhisattva';
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