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Two aspects of omniscience

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The two aspects of omniscience (Wyl. mkhyen pa gnyis):

  1. the omniscience which knows the nature of things (Skt. yathā; Tib. ཇི་ལྟ་བ་, Wyl. ji lta ba) and
  2. the omniscience which knows all things in their multiplicity (Skt. yāvat; Wyl. ji snyed pa).

Alternative Terms

  1. knowledge of all things in their nature (Wyl. ji lta mkhyen pa)
  2. knowledge of things in all their multiplicity (Wyl. ji snyed pa mkhyen pa)

Alternative Translations

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