Non-disturbing unawareness

In the Sakya and Nyingma systems, the unawareness of how all phenomena exist, excluding persons, in the sense of being ignorant of the fact that their existence cannot be established in any of the four impossible extreme manners: as things that are truly and unimputedly existent, totally nonexistent, both, or neither. It is included as a cognitive obscuration, not an emotional obscuration.

Tibetan: མ་རིག་པ་ཉོན་མོངས་ཅན་མིན་པ། ma-rig-pa nyon-mongs-can min-pa

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Deutsch: Nichtstörendes mangelndes Gewahrsein