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'''Three outer yanas leading from the origin''' (Tib. ''kunjung drenpé tekpa sum'', [[Wyl.]] ''kun 'byung 'dren pa'i theg pa gsum'') — the name given to the three causal [[vehicle of characteristics|vehicles of characteristics]] in the context of the [[nine yanas|nine yana]] categorization. They are:  
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'''Three outer yanas leading from the origin''' (Tib. ཀུན་འབྱུང་འདྲེན་པའི་ཐེག་པ་གསུམ་, ''kunjung drenpé tekpa sum'', [[Wyl.]] ''kun 'byung 'dren pa'i theg pa gsum'') — the name given to the three causal [[vehicle of characteristics|vehicles of characteristics]] in the context of the [[nine yanas|nine yana]] categorization. They are:  
 
*the [[shravaka vehicle]],  
 
*the [[shravaka vehicle]],  
 
*[[pratyekabuddha vehicle]] and  
 
*[[pratyekabuddha vehicle]] and  
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==Alternative Terms==
 
==Alternative Terms==
*three vehicles that inspire renunciation (Wyl. ''nges byung 'dren pa'i theg pa'')<ref>[[Ju Mipham Jampal Gyepa'i Dorje]], ''Essence of Clear Light'', trans. by Lama Chönam and Sangye Khandro of the Light of Berotsana Translation Group (Ithaca: Snow Lion, 2010), page 65.</ref>
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*three vehicles leading from renunciation (Wyl. ''nges byung 'dren pa'i theg pa'')<ref>[[Mipham Rinpoche]], '''od gsal snying po'', [[Mirik Petrün Khang|si khron mi rigs dpe skrun khang]], n.d.,), page 413.</ref>
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==

Latest revision as of 07:18, 13 February 2019

Three outer yanas leading from the origin (Tib. ཀུན་འབྱུང་འདྲེན་པའི་ཐེག་པ་གསུམ་, kunjung drenpé tekpa sum, Wyl. kun 'byung 'dren pa'i theg pa gsum) — the name given to the three causal vehicles of characteristics in the context of the nine yana categorization. They are:

Why are these three called ‘vehicles leading from the origin’? It is because they lead us along the path to the result of liberation from samsara by abandoning all the actions (karma) and destructive emotions (kleshas) which are the cause or ‘origin’ [of suffering].[1]

Alternative Terms

  • three vehicles leading from renunciation (Wyl. nges byung 'dren pa'i theg pa)[2]

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