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Awareness

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Awareness translates several key Tibetan and Sanskrit terms, including:

Awareness (rig pa). When referring to the view of the Great Perfectionawareness’ means consciousness devoid of ignorance and dualistic fixation.


Awareness All minds are included within the five sense awarenesses and mental awareness.


There are five types of sense awareness:

eye awareness,

ear awareness,

nose awareness,

tongue awareness, and

body awareness.


There are two types of mental awareness: conceptual mental awareness and non-conceptual mental awareness.

Source

RigpaWiki:Awareness








Awareness (rig pa).


When referring to the view of the Great Perfection awareness' means consciousness devoid of ignorance and dualistic fixation.


Awareness: the internal expansion of conscious me through the horizontal surrender of pure attention, without crossing the doorway to I am and awakening pure me;

the spacious depth of consciousness in the headspace without the light of pure me and motionlessness of horizontal absorption; the space of consciousness in-between conscious me and pure consciousness.

Conscious Awareness: awareness embodied as the bare attention of pure me of presence; pure me of consciousness realized within the dimension of presence alone.

Source

www.rangjung.com