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 +==1==
 +* [[1002 buddhas of this Fortunate Aeon]]
 +
 +==B==
 +* [[Buddha fields of the five families]]
 +* [[Buddhas of the five families]]
 +* [[Buddhas of the three times]]
 +
 +==C==
 +* [[Changing the three types of clothing]]
 +* [[Collection of Advice]]
 +* [[Collection of Middle Way Reasoning]]
 +* [[Collection of Praises]]
 +* [[Completion,​ maturation, and training]]
 +
 +==D==
 +* [[Deities of the three seats]]
 +
 +==E==
 +* [[Eight antidotes]]
 +* [[Eight auspicious goddesses]]
 +* [[Eight auspicious substances]]
 +* [[Eight auspicious symbols]]
 +* [[Eight bhumis]]
 +* [[Eight branches]]
 +* [[Eight charnel ground ornaments]]
 +* [[Eight classes of gods and demons]]
 +* [[Eight Cold Hells]]
 +* [[Eight consciousnesses]]
 +* [[Eight doors of spontaneous presence]]
 +* [[Eight extremes]]
 +* [[Eight female bodhisattvas]]
 +* [[Eight freedoms]]
 +* [[Eight glorious ornaments]]
 +* [[Eight great bodhisattvas]]
 +* [[Eight great charnel grounds]]
 +* [[Eight great fears]]
 +* [[Eight great pillars of the practice lineage]]
 +* [[Eight gross infractions]]
 +* [[Eight Guardians of the World]]
 +* [[Eight holy places]]
 +* [[Eight Hot Hells]]
 +* [[Eight impossible states where mind cuts us off from the Dharma]]
 +* [[Eight incidental circumstances which make Dharma impossible]]
 +* [[Eight jewel ornaments]]
 +* [[Eight kinds of implied and indirect teachings]]
 +* [[Eight kinds of precious substances]]
 +* [[Eight Manifestations of Guru Rinpoche]]
 +* [[Eight modes of dissolution]]
 +* [[Eight offering goddesses]]
 +* [[Eight ordinary accomplishments]]
 +* [[Eight outer offerings]]
 +* [[Eight Pagdru Kagyü Sub-schools]]
 +* [[Eight perfect freedoms]]
 +* [[Eight perverse actions]]
 +* [[Eight points illustrating the culminating application]]
 +* [[Eight practice lineages]]
 +* [[Eight qualities of a buddha]]
 +* [[Eight qualities of a spiritual teacher of secret mantra]]
 +* [[Eight qualities of pure water]]
 +* [[Eight qualities of the Dharma]]
 +* [[Eight qualities of the sangha]]
 +* [[Eight secondary colours]]
 +* [[Eight Sections of Magical Illusion]]
 +* [[Eight similes of illusion]]
 +* [[Eight subcontinents]]
 +* [[Eight Sugatas]]
 +* [[Eight thoughts of a great being]]
 +* [[Eight topics]]
 +* [[Eight tramen]]
 +* [[Eight treasures of confidence]]
 +* [[Eight vidyadharas]]
 +* [[Eight vows of mahayana sojong]]
 +* [[Eight worldly preoccupations]]
 +* [[Eight wrathful females]]
 +* [[Eighteen dhatus]]
 +* [[Eighteen freedoms and advantages]]
 +* [[Eighteen great sciences]]
 +* [[Eighteen hells]]
 +* [[Eighteen kinds of emptiness]]
 +* [[Eighteen root downfalls]]
 +* [[Eighteen tantras of Mahayoga]]
 +* [[Eighteen unshared attributes]]
 +* [[Eighteen unshared qualities of a buddha]]
 +* [[Eighty indicative conceptions]]
 +* [[Eighty inexhaustibles]]
 +* [[Eighty minor marks of a buddha]]
 +* [[Eighty-four mahasiddhas]]
 +* [[Eleven deeds]]
 +* [[Eleven factors that illustrate path knowledge]]
 +* [[Eleven factors that illustrate the application of all aspects]]
 +* [[Eleven son scriptures]]
 +* [[Eleven systems of Indian philosophy]]
 +* [[Eleven topics of tantra]]
 +* [[Eleven virtuous states]]
 +
 +==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་
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 +
 +
 +    ལྷན་ཅིག་མི་གནས་འགལ་གཉིས་
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 +
 +
 +    ཤེས་བྱ་གཉིས་
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 +
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 +    སྒྲའི་སྐྱེ་མཆེད་གསུམ་
  
buddhist_enumerations.txt · Last modified: 2018/02/26 18:10 (external edit)