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C

D

E

F

   Faculties
   Fifty-eight wrathful deities
   Fifty-five mental states
   Fifty-one mental states
   Five actions similar to those with immediate retribution
   Five basic categories of knowable things
   Five branch winds
   Five buddha families
   Five certainties
   Five circumstantial advantages
   Five clear perceptions
   Five crimes with immediate retribution
   Five degenerations
   Five dharma kings
   Five elements
   Five ever-present mental states
   Five Excellent Ones of Sublime Nobility
   Five experiences
   Five eyes
   Five faults
   Five female buddhas
   Five first excellent disciples
   Five great dharanis
   Five inner enabling empowerments
   Five kayas
   Five kinds of self-infatuation
   Five kinds of sensory stimulant
   Five kingly sutras
   Five lay vows
   Five limbs
   Five major sciences
   Five major structural themes
   Five minor sciences
   Five object-determining mental states
   Five objects of knowledge
   Five offerings of the five kinds of sensory stimulant
   Five paths
   Five Patron Gods
   Five perfections
   Five personal advantages
   Five poisons
   Five powers
   Five practices of enlightenment without meditation
   Five precious substances
   Five principal considerations
   Five principal consorts of Guru Rinpoche
   Five pure abodes
   Five root winds

F cont.

   Five Sakya patriarchs
   Five samadhis
   Five sciences
   Five sense faculties
   Five silken adornments
   Five Sisters of Long Life
   Five skandhas
   Five sovereign terma revealers
   Five stages of prenatal development
   Five strengths
   Five styles of wrong livelihood
   Five Treatises of Maitreya
   Five types of result
   Five vehicles
   Five winds
   Five wisdoms
   Five wrathful herukas and their five consorts
   Five wrong views
   Five wrong ways of remembering
   Five yogas
   Forty-two peaceful deities
   Four abodes of Brahma
   Four actions which generate the merit of Brahma in this lifetime
   Four activities
   Four ambitions
   Four applications of mindfulness
   Four aspects of wellbeing
   Four attributes of the four continents
   Four bardos
   Four bases of miraculous powers
   Four causes that prevent arhats from knowing certain things
   Four chokshyaks
   Four circumstances which destroy one's source of virtue
   Four classes of tantra
   Four clusters
   Four continents
   Four criteria of validity
   Four criteria used when applying a title to a text
   Four Dharmas of Gampopa
   Four dhyanas
   Four dignities
   Four doors
   Four empowerments
   Four empties
   Four endings
   Four essential characteristics of karma
   Four extremes
   Four fearlessnesses
   Four Female Demons
   Four female gatekeepers
   Four Final Testaments of the Vidyadharas
   Four forces
   Four formless absorptions
   Four gateways to liberation
   Four gatherings
   Four genuine masteries of specifics
   Four genuine restraints
   Four great canonical languages
   Four great disciples of Marpa Lotsawa
   Four great disciples of Zurchung Sherab Drakpa
   Four Great Kings
   Four great logical arguments of the Middle Way
   Four immeasurables
   Four Jikmes
   Four joys
   Four kayas
   
   
   F
   Four kinds of blessing
   Four kinds of mindfulness
   Four kinds of teacher
   Four kinds of treatise
   Four lamps
   Four links
   Four major Buddhist holidays
   Four male gatekeepers
   Four maras
   Four Medical Tantras
   Four Menmo
   Four mental engagements
   Four Metaphors
   Four misapprehensions
   Four modes
   Four modes of birth
   Four mudras
   Four nails
   Four Noble Truths
   Four obscurations
   Four perfect knowledges
   Four points illustrating the dharmakaya
   Four points illustrating the instantaneous application
   Four powers
   Four prerequisites
   Four primary elements
   Four principles of reasoning
   Four reliances
   Four results of the Hinayana path
   Four schools
   Four seals
   Four Sections of Magical Illusion
   Four serious faults
   Four sessions of retreat
   Four stages of approach and accomplishment
   Four tenet systems
   Four thoughts
   Four times of breaking samadhi
   Four types of condition
   Four types of guest
   Four types of isolate
   Four types of object
   Four unwholesome dharmas
   Four vajras
   Four valid factors
   Four variables
   Four vidyadhara levels
   Four virtuous disciplines
   Four visions
   Four visualizations for mantra recitation
   Four ways of attracting disciples
   Four wholesome dharmas
   Four Yakshinis
   Four yogas
   Fourfold interrelated purpose
   Fourteen non-concurrent formations
   Fourteen root downfalls

G

   Guardians of the ten directions

H

   Hundred buddha families
   Hundred peaceful and wrathful deities

K

   Kadam Lha Shyi
   Kagyé

L

   Lords of the three families

M

   Miraculous displays of the four ways of training

N

   Nine actions of the three doors
   Nine demeanours of a wrathful deity
   Nine examples which illustrate how buddha nature is present in all beings

N cont.

   Nine factors of practising virtue
   Nine factors that illustrate base-knowledge
   Nine heart children of Guru Rinpoche
   Nine levels of the three realms
   Nine orifices
   Nine principles of mantra
   Nine similes of illusion
   Nine spaces
   Nine ways of resting the mind
   Nine yanas
   Noble eightfold path

P

   Purification, perfection, and maturation

S

   Sal ten dak sum
   Seven aspects of kyerim
   Seven aspects of union
   Seven authoritative transmissions
   Seven branches
   Seven divine dharmas
   Seven elements for enlightenment
   Seven faults for all types of kyerim
   Seven golden mountain ranges
   Seven great qualities of the Mahayana
   Seven heroic buddhas
   Seven kinds of cognition
   Seven kinds of pride
   Seven men to be tested
   Seven mental processes
   Seven noble riches
   Seven patriarchs
   Seven Point Training in Cause and Effect
   Seven Points of Mind Training
   Seven precious emblems of royalty
   Seven Profound Cycles
   Seven qualities of birth in higher realms
   Seven riches of the absolute
   Seven Treasuries
   Seven Treatises on Valid Cognition
   Seven types of attachment
   Seven vajra points
   Seven vajra qualities
   Seven-point posture of Vairochana
   Sevenfold reasoning of the chariot
   Seventeen mothers and sons
   Seventeen Nalanda Masters
   Seventeen Tantras
   Seventy points
   Six "Mother" Nyingma Monasteries
   Six Akanishthas
   Six aspects of the deity
   Six bardos
   Six basic texts of the Kadampas
   Six Branch Practice of Vajrayoga
   Six classes of beings
   Six classes of tantra
   Six clear perceptions
   Six consciousnesses
   Six doors of negative action
   Six excellent substances
   Six fortunes
   Six greatnesses of the Early Translations
   Six heavens of the desire realm
   Six limits
   Six lineages
   Six methods of vocalization
   Six mother scriptures
   Six Munis
   Six Ornaments

S cont.

   Six Ornaments and Two Supreme Ones
   Six paramitas
   Six powers
   Six primary elements
   Six recollections
   Six root destructive emotions
   Six special attributes
   Six Stains
   Six times
   Six types of cause
   Six types of object
   Six wealths
   Six Yogas
   Six Yogas of Naropa
   Sixfold satisfaction
   Sixteen Arhats
   Sixteen Aspects of the Four Noble Truths
   Sixteen bhumis
   Sixteen hells
   Sixteen joys
   Sixteen kinds of emptiness
   Sixteen lesser fears
   Sixteen moments
   Sixteen offering goddesses
   Sixteen pure human laws
   Sixteen serious faults
   Sixty aspects of the melodious speech of a buddha

T

   Ten advantages
   Ten bhumis
   Ten dharmic activities
   Ten directions
   Ten factors that illustrate omniscience
   Ten glorious ornaments
   Ten great aspirations of a bodhisattva
   Ten great disciples of the Buddha
   Ten great pillars of the study lineage
   Ten innermost riches
   Ten meanings of Dharma
   Ten outer benefiting empowerments
   Ten paramitas
   Ten periods of Buddha Shakyamuni's teachings
   Ten positive actions
   Ten powers
   Ten qualifications of a spiritual teacher
   Ten sciences
   Ten stages according to Anuyoga
   Ten strengths
   Ten sutras that teach the sugatagarbha
   Ten topics of knowledge
   Ten topics of tantra
   Ten unwholesome actions
   Ten views of the self
   The eight stupas
   The Five Great Treasures
   The four main schools of Tibetan Buddhism
   Thirteen bhumis
   Thirteen Golden Dharmas
   Thirteen great texts
   Thirteen ornaments of the perfect sambhogakaya
   Thirteen points illustrating the progressive application
   Thirty-five buddhas of confession
   Thirty-nine qualities exclusive to a buddha
   Thirty-seven factors of enlightenment
   Thirty-seven Point Mandala Offering
   Thirty-Seven Practices of the Bodhisattvas
   Thirty-six abodes of the desire realm
   
   
   T
   Thirty-six impure substances
   Thirty-two major marks of a buddha
   Three actions of forsaking, joining and attaining
   Three activities of a pandita
   Three ancestral religious kings
   Three appearances
   Three authentics
   Three bases of clinging
   Three basic rituals of the Vinaya
   Three blazings
   Three Brothers
   Three Buddhist Councils
   Three categories
   Three causes of disturbing emotions
   Three characteristics of empowerment
   Three close-mindfulnesses
   Three clusters
   Three conceptual spheres
   Three defects of the vessel
   Three deities of long life
   Three deities of protection
   Three Deities of the Great Master Vajrapani
   Three Dharma robes
   Three disciplines of a bodhisattva
   Three doors
   Three experiences
   Three fears
   Three fierce mantras
   Three gateways to liberation
   Three gatherings
   Three great Gelugpa seats
   Three gunas
   Three higher realms
   Three higher trainings
   Three inner tantras
   Three Jewels
   Three kayas
   Three kinds of compassion
   Three kinds of faith
   Three kinds of ignorance
   Three kinds of laziness
   Three kinds of perception
   Three kinds of prostration
   Three kinds of ritual purification
   Three lay patriarchs of the Sakya tradition.
   Three levels of spiritual capacity
   Three lineages of transmission
   Three lower realms
   Three main provinces of Tibet
   Three major structural themes
   Three mandalas
   Three Mañjughoshas of Tibet
   Three Men from Kham
   Three modes
   Three modes of liberation
   Three most holy places of Tibet
   Three natures
   Three noble principles
   Three outer classes of tantra
   Three pitakas
   Three poisons
   Three pure factors
   Three purities when making offerings
   Three qualifications for composing a shastra

T cont.

   Three realms
   Three Roots
   Three samadhis
   Three secret profound empowerments
   Three secrets
   Three sets of vows
   Three sources of the Dzogchen teachings
   Three spheres of dharmic activity
   Three stupas
   Three sweet foods
   Three tantras
   Three times
   Three Turnings
   Three types of human existence
   Three types of investigation
   Three types of miraculous ability
   Three types of suffering
   Three types of Words of the Buddha
   Three vajra resolutions
   Three vajras
   Three ways of pleasing or serving the teacher
   Three white foods
   Three wisdom tools
   Three yanas
   Three yanas leading from the origin
   Three yanas of powerful transformative methods
   Three yanas of vedic asceticism
   Threefold kindness
   Trilogy of Dispelling Darkness
   Trilogy of Finding Comfort and Ease
   Trilogy of Natural Freedom
   Twelve ascetic practices
   Twelve ayatanas
   Twelve branches of the excellent teaching
   Twelve deeds
   Twelve emanations of Guru Rinpoche
   Twelve nidanas
   Twelve teachers
   Twelve Tenma Sisters
   Twenty defects of distraction
   Twenty kinds of emptiness
   Twenty subsidiary destructive emotions
   Twenty views of the transitory collection
   Twenty-eight constellations
   Twenty-eight ishvaris
   Twenty-five branch samayas
   Twenty-five disciples of Guru Rinpoche
   Twenty-five holy places of Eastern Tibet
   Twenty-five ingredients of the pumba
   Twenty-five principles
   Twenty-four great sacred places
   Twenty-one bhumis
   Twenty-one Indian Commentaries
   Twenty-one sets of immaculate qualities
   Twenty-one Taras
   Twenty-seven root samayas
   Twenty-seven sources of mistaken conduct
   Twenty-two similes of bodhichitta
   Two accumulations
   Two aspects of bodhichitta
   Two aspects of omniscience
   Two aspects of the svabhavikakaya
   Two commentarial traditions
   Two divisions of Mahayoga

T cont.

   Two extremes
   Two form kayas
   Two images of Buddha Shakyamuni
   Two Jamgöns
   Two kayas
   Two kinds of ignorance
   Two Marvellous Acharyas
   Two obscurations
   Two ordained patriarchs of the Sakya tradition
   Two reasons for applying a title to a text
   Two relative truths
   Two siddhis
   Two stages of the path
   Two Supreme Ones
   Two supreme sharavakas
   Two truths
   Two types of conventional valid cognition
   Two types of instant
   Two upper realms
   Two yanas
   Two-fold benefit
   Twofold certainty
   Twofold purity

V

   Verses of the Eight Noble Auspicious Ones

   ཁ་དོག་གཉིས་

   གཟུགས་ཀྱི་ཕུང་པོ་གཉིས་
   གཟུགས་ཀྱི་སྐྱེ་མཆེད་གཉིས་

   ཐ་སྙད་ཚད་མ་གཉིས་

   དངོས་པོ་གསུམ་
   དབང་པོ་ལྔ་
   དབྱིབས་བཅུ་
   དོན་དམ་ཚད་མ་གཉིས་
   དོན་ལྔ་
   དྲིའི་སྐྱེ་མཆེད་ལྔ་

   ཕན་ཚུན་སྤང་འགལ་གཉིས་
   ཕུང་པོ་ལྔ་

   བེམ་པོ་ལྔ་
   བློ་རིགས་བཞི་

   མངོན་སུམ་བཞི་

   ཚད་མ་གཉིས་
   ཚོར་བ་ལྔ་

   འགལ་བ་གཉིས་
   འདུ་བྱེད་གཉིས་
   འདུ་ཤེས་གཉིས་
   འདུས་མ་བྱས་གསུམ་
   འབྲས་གཟུགས་བཅུ་གཅིག་
   འབྲས་བུ་གཉིས་
   འབྲས་བུ་འབྱུང་གྱུར་གྱི་རེག་བྱ་བདུན་
   འབྲེལ་བ་གཉིས་

   ཡན་ལག་གི་ཁ་དོག་བརྒྱད་
   ཡུལ་བཞི་

   རེག་བྱའི་སྐྱེ་མཆེད་གཉིས་
   རོའི་སྐྱེ་མཆེད་དྲུག་
   རྐྱེན་བཞི་
   རྒྱུ་གཉིས་
   རྒྱུ་གཟུགས་བཞི་
   རྒྱུ་དྲུག་
   རྒྱུ་མཐུན་འབྲས་བུ་གཉིས་
   རྒྱུ་འབྱུང་བའི་རེག་བྱ་བཞི་
   རྣམ་ཤེས་དྲུག་
   རྩ་བའི་ཁ་དོག་བཞི་

   ལྷན་ཅིག་མི་གནས་འགལ་གཉིས་

   ཤེས་བྱ་གཉིས་

   སྒྲའི་སྐྱེ་མཆེད་གསུམ་

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