Causal motivating karmic impulse

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The mental factor that initially draws the mind into engaging in the mental action of thinking about committing a physical or verbal action. As part of the causal motivating drive, the causal motivating karmic impulse is equivalent to an inciting karmic impulse (sems-pa'i las).

Tibetan: རྒྱུའི་ཀུན་སློང་གི་སེམས་པ། rgyu'i kun-slong-gi sems-pa

Synonyms: Causal motivating karmic urge


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