Accustoming pathway mind

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The level of mind of arya shravakas, arya pratyekabuddhas and arya bodhisattvas, with which they accustom themselves to the joined pair of shamatha and vipashyana focused non-conceptually on voidness (emptiness) – or, in general, on the sixteen aspects of the four noble truths – and thereby rid themselves of either one or both sets of automatically arising obscurations. The fourth of the five pathway minds (five paths) leading to a purified state of arhatship or enlightenment.

Tibetan: སྒོམ་ལམ། sgom-lam

Sanskrit: bhāvanāmārga

J. Hopkins: Path of meditation

Synonyms: Path of meditation

Other languages

Italiano: Mente-sentiero che si abitua
Русский: Путь привыкания

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