(1) According to Vasubandhu and Asanga, the disturbing attitude that regards some transitory network from one's own samsara-perpetuating five aggregates as "me" or as "mine." (2) According to Tsongkhapa, the disturbing attitude that focuses on the conventional "me" and regards it as a truly findable "me" identical with the aggregates, or as "me, the possessor, controller, or inhabitant" of the aggregates.
Tibetan: 'jig-tshogs-la lta-ba; 'jig-lta
J. Hopkins: View of the transitory collection [as real I and mine].
Synonyms: Reifying view of the perishing aggregates; View of the transitory collection; View of a personal identity