The level of mind with which shravakas, pratyekabuddhas, or bodhisattvas build up, among other good qualities, the joined pair of a stilled and settled state of mind (Skt. śamatha) and an exceptionally perceptive state of mind (Skt. vipaśyanā) focused conceptually on voidness – or, in general, on the sixteen aspects of the four noble truths. It only pertains to shravakas and pratyekabuddhas once they have attained an unlabored determination to be free, or to bodhisattvas once, in addition, they have attained unlabored bodhichitta.
Tibetan: ཚོགས་ལམ། tshogs-lam
J. Hopkins: Path of accumulation
Synonyms: Path of accumulation