ns are named after their founders: the “Jñānapāda tradition”21, after Buddhaśrījñāna and
the “Ārya tradition”22 also known as the “saint tradition” or “noble tradition”, after Ārya Nāgārjuna.
Being attributed to Nāgārjuna, the PKS is part of this traditi
ongkhapa, which then led to the founding of a new tradition never seen before in this “land of snows.” Theref... at other lamas did not possess, and founded a new tradition, never before seen in Tibet, which enables a sing... e birthplace of Lama Thubten Yeshe. However, this tradition came to an end when the ruler of Tsang, Devasangp... asis of an interweaving of four explanations, the tradition of which is still alive today. As regards the lin
the empowerment of Vajrayogini in the Naro Kachö tradition together with the commentary and oral transmissio... the empowerment of Vajrayogini in the Naro Kachö tradition.
The Extremely Secret Dakini of Naropa is the co... ry subsequent Vajrayogini commentary in the Gelug tradition. Kyabje Pabongkha’s commentary is both very thoro... a towering figure in the twentieth-century Gelug tradition; he was the root lama of Trijang Rinpoche as well
Thought: A complete introduction'' to the Indian tradition by Paul Williams with Anthony Tribe. Routledge, 2... nd because the Vajrayana texts employ the tantric tradition of [[the twilight language]], a means of instruct... 1986: p.vii) state:
In the Vajrayana tradition, now preserved mainly in Tibetan lineages, it has... d that it is usually used of followers of another tradition, by proponents of the Trika of practitioners of t
ll over [[Tibet]], which broke with the long-held tradition of only teaching to those ordained as monks.<ref ... lasted for eleven days.<ref>''Chod in the Ganden Tradition'' : The Oral Instructions of Kyabje Zong Rinpoche... found and far-reaching influence on the [[Gelug]] tradition:
Pabongka Rinpoche was probably the ... of these texts are widely used in the [[Gelugpa]] tradition today.<ref>[http://www.tharpa.com/us/sadhana-Quic
n of aphorisms on [[Yoga]] practice. According to tradition, the same Patañjali was also the author of the [[... ater additions which are not atypical in the oral tradition. Most scholars refer to both works as "by Patanja... a Sūtras and the commentary Yogasūtrabhāṣya.
The tradition that holds that all three works are by the same a... through medicine.}}
In the Yoga tradition, Patañjali is a revered name and has been deified
have [[converted to the Mahayana]] ([[Mahāyāna]]) tradition under the influence of his brother [[Asanga]], wh... ]s. Most influential in the [[East Asian Buddhist tradition]] have been [[Vimśatikāvijñaptimātratāsiddhi]], t... ormal logic in the Dharmic logico-epistemological tradition. Vasubandhu was particularly interested in formal... chers there. After returning home, according to [[tradition]], during the day he would lecture on [[Vaibhasik
nto any of the other three guardians.
There is a tradition of generating the boundary marker, a heap of pebbles, as a deity and another tradition in which it is not generated as a deity. One can ... though the verse is eloquent, how meticulous is a tradition where the name of King Chensang is associated wit... al that you carefully research all aspects of the tradition and acquire a full knowledge before you enter int
yle have changed over the ages, in Asian Buddhist
tradition the figure of the monk (and less often, I have to... asampada, uposatha, vassa, and pavarana. Buddhist tradition—at least
Theravada tradition—says that the performance of these ceremonies is the criterion for the
continue... dea; it might come from the
commentaries or later tradition, but it is a well-established belief.
Thus, to su
-two Deities of Guhyasamaja According to the Arya Tradition
by Akhu Sherap Gyatso
Namo Guru ... en heard recited in monasteries of the Theravadin tradition.
Sacred Words of Akshobhya says:
May I be prot... Akshobhya says:
However, according to the sutra tradition, [the Buddha] is said to have become fully enligh... body is called “the rainbow body” in the Nyingma tradition. The illusory body is presented in terms of the t
an]] and [[Japanese]] traditions of the [[Nalanda Tradition]] of ancient [[Nalanda University]]) of [[Shakyam... ]'s teachings are based especially on the [[Sutra tradition]] of the [[Dharma Flower]] [[Lotus Sutra]], the [... itakacharya]] [[Dharma Masters]] and the [[Mantra tradition]] (see [[Mantra]]). In respect ([[bhakti]]), we s... urse Students]]
== Buddha Mantras: ==
[[Mantra tradition]] of the major [[Buddha]]s
1. [[Shakyamuni Buddh
arika]]''' A white-robed student in the Theravada tradition who, for a few months, awaits being considered fo... tate" or "in-between state", According to Tibetan tradition, the state of existence intermediate between two ... o Buddhist [[bhikkhu|monks]] in the [[Theravada]] tradition. ''Bhante'' literally means "Venerable Sir."
* ... Tibetan Buddhist academic degree in the [[Gelug]] tradition, awarded at the conclusion of lengthy studies oft
:Founder of the [[Middle Way]] [[tradition]] of the [[supreme vehicle]], prophesied by the [... s]] of [[philosophy]] inside and outside your own tradition,
:And the glorious crowning [[jewel]] of all who ... ]] teaching the profound and vast, the Middle Way tradition
:Of [[appearance]] and [[emptiness]], in which th... va [[Shantideva]], to you I pray!
:Founder of the tradition which skilfully combines [[Madhyamika]] and [[Pra
uddhism according to the Esoteric Community Noble Tradition (Guhyasamaja) =====
There are at several [[Guhya... uddhism according to the Esoteric Community Noble Tradition]]
[[Aryadeva's Lamp that Integrates the Practice... uddhism according to the Esoteric Community Noble Tradition (Guhyasamaja)]]
[[Translate]]d and edited by Chr... yasamaja]]) [[Tantra]] as espoused by the [[Noble Tradition]] ([[Nagarjuna Tradition]]), an influential schoo
24 This refers to a unique hermeneutical tradition of Mahayana Buddhism, which enables the reader to...
That which is free of all subtle extremes is the tradition of Prasangika.
In terms of evolution four hundr... ayana and initiated the Middle Way interpretation tradition;
Nine hundred years [after the Buddha] Asanga initiated the Mind Only tradition.
Buddhapalita read the root text in terms of pras