Three appearances

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The organizational scheme for the basic sutra teachings transmitted as part of the Lamdre teachings of the Sakya tradition: impure deceptive appearance (ma-dag 'khrul-pa'i snang-ba), experiential appearance of absorbed concentration (ting-nge-'dzin nyams-kyi snang-ba), and pure appearance (dag-pa'i snang-ba).

Tibetan: སྣང་གསུམ། snang-gsum

Synonyms: Triple appearance; Three visions

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Deutsch: Drei Erscheinungen