Either simply not knowing or knowing in an inverted, incorrect manner either (1) behavioral cause and effect, or (2) voidness (emptiness), the total absence of impossible ways of existing. Mostly translated on this website as "unawareness."
A body made of subtle energy-wind that one attains through advanced methods on the complete stage of the father division of anuttarayoga tantra.
Moment to moment change, under the influence of causes and conditions; the fact that so long as a form of physical phenomenon or a mental state lasts, it does not remain static, but always changes.
The constructive mental factor of not wishing to cause harm in response to what others might say or do or in response to situations of one;s own or others' suffering.
A term used to describe phenomena that are dependent on other phenomena as their basis for existence and for being validly knowable.
The mental factor that is undecided about accepting or rejecting something that is true or a fact.
A valid conceptual way of cognizing an obscure object through reliance on a correct line of reasoning as its basis.
Something findable within a phenomenon that establishes its existence.
Existence established or proven or affirmed by there being findable on the side of an object a self-establishing nature.
The first of the three levels of spiritual motivation on the graded path – the stage at which one aims for better rebirth.
A tantric ritual that activates and empowers Buddha-nature factors to grow so that they will eventually bring about enlightenment.
Things that arise with each moment of experience as an inseparable part of that experience.
An advanced practice on the complete stage of anuttarayoga tantra in which one generates heat at the navel chakra in the central energy-channel for use in further practices.
In anuttarayoga tantra practice, an offering visualized as substances inside the body, transformed into nectar.
The mental factor to obtain any object, to achieve any goal, or to do something with the object or goal once obtained or achieved.
The projection or superimposition, onto an object, of a quality or a conventional or ultimate identity that it does not have.