(1) The suffering that comes simply from having tainted aggregates that serve as the basis for experiencing the suffering of suffering and the suffering of change. Such suffering is all-pervasive since it affects every moment of samsaric experience. (2) The neutral feeling on the mental continuum of a human meditator focused single-pointedly on the peak of saṃsāra (srid-rtse), which is the highest of the formless levels of mental constancy (gzugs-med bsam-gtan) .
Tibetan: 'du-byed-kyi sdug-bsngal; khyab-par 'du-byed-kyi sdug-bsngal
Synonyms: All-pervasively affecting suffering