Appearance-making of non-true existents

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As used by the Nyingma master Mipam, the aspect of a limited being's sensory or mental non-conceptual mental activity that gives rise to a mental hologram of a moment of sensibilia, such as colored patches in visual cognition or the sound of a consonant and vowel in audio cognition, and which does not determine it as being a truly existent "this" or "that" commonsense object, in the sense in which Madhyamaka defines truly established existence.

Tibetan: མེད་སྣང་། med-snang

Synonyms: Appearance-making of existents that are not truly "this" or "that" commonsense object; Appearances of non-true existents

Other languages

Русский: Создание видимостей неистинного существования

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