All-accomplishing wisdom (Skt. kṛtyānuṣṭhānajñāna; Tib. བྱ་བ་གྲུབ་པའི་ཡེ་ཤེས་, jawa drubpé yeshe, Wyl. bya ba grub pa'i ye shes) — one of the five wisdoms. Like a doctor who diagnoses a disease by taking the patient’s pulse and then does all he can to treat and remedy the disease, the buddhas, with their all-accomplishing wisdom, consider beings and the ways by which they might benefit them, and then appear spontaneously and effortlessly, without change or exertion, to benefit those beings.
- the wisdom of all-accomplishing action
- pristine cognition of accomplishment (Gyurme Dorje)
- timeless awareness as spontaneous fulfillment/of ensured fulfillment/in which everything is spontaneously fulfilled (Lama Chökyi Nyima)
- wisdom of spontaneous accomplishment