Sarvākāravaropetāśūnyatā

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Key Term sarvākāravaropetāśūnyatā
Topic Variation emptiness endowed with all supreme aspects
Hover Popup Choices emptiness endowed with all supreme aspects; emptiness endowed with the supreme of all aspects
In Tibetan Script རྣམ་ཀུན་མཆོག་ལྡན་གྱི་སྟོང་པ་ཉིད་
Wylie Tibetan Transliteration rnam kun mchog ldan gyi stong pa nyid
English Standard emptiness endowed with all supreme aspects
Karl Brunnhölzl's English Term emptiness endowed with all supreme aspects; emptiness endowed with the supreme of all aspects
Richard Barron's English Term emptiness (that is) endowed with the most sublime of all qualities/ attributes
Term Type Noun
Source Language Sanskrit
Basic Meaning As opposed to a mere voidness, this phrase refers to an emptiness that is endowed with enlightened qualities and attributes.
Has the Sense of It is an important term in the Mahāmudrā teachings, as well as in various Tibet traditions that have a connection to buddha-nature theory such as those associated with other-emptiness (gzhan stong).
Definitions
Further Reading Material Karl Brunnhölzl on the emptiness endowed with all supreme aspects


As opposed to a mere voidness, this phrase refers to an emptiness that is endowed with enlightened qualities and attributes.

As opposed to a mere voidness, this phrase refers to an emptiness that is endowed with enlightened qualities and attributes.

The qualities or attributes of an enlightened being.

The state of being devoid of that which is wholly different, or essentially nonexistent, meaning that it is inherently free of these external contaminants.