Sugatagarbha

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Key Term sugatagarbha
Hover Popup Choices sugata heart; deshek nyingpo; essence of the Bliss Gone One; sugata-essence; *sugatagarbha; bde gshegs snying po; bder gshegs snying po; བདེ་གཤེགས་སྙིང་པོ་
In Tibetan Script བདེ་གཤེགས་སྙིང་པོ་
Wylie Tibetan Transliteration bde gshegs snying po
Devanagari Sanskrit Script सुगतगर्भ
Tibetan Phonetic Rendering deshek nyingpo
English Standard Essence of the Bliss Gone One
Karl Brunnhölzl's English Term sugata heart; Heart of the Blissfully Gone Ones
Richard Barron's English Term potential/ heart essence for attaining/ reaching the state of bliss [sutra context]; potential/ heart essence that constitutes attaining/ reaching the state of bliss [Dzogchen context]; buddha nature; very heart of attaining the state of bliss
Gyurme Dorje's English Term buddha nature; seed of buddhahood; seed of buddha nature
Ives Waldo's English Term sugata-essence; enlightened essence; buddha-nature
Alternate Spellings bder gshegs snying po; bde bar gshegs pa'i snying po
Term Type Noun
Source Language Sanskrit
Basic Meaning Literally the "essence" or "heart of the Bliss Gone One(s)", a synonym for tathāgatagarbha that is likewise often rendered into English by the term "buddha-nature." Though it is often back translated into Sanskrit as sugatagarbha, this term is not found in Sanskrit sources.
Has the Sense of The essence of enlightenment present in all sentient beings.
Did you know? This term is used differently depending on the context: in a sūtric context, the term is equivalent to tathāgatagarbha and is translated into English as "buddha-nature". In a tantric context, depending upon the tradition, sugatagarbha is a synonym for pristine awareness and emptiness.
Related Terms tathāgatagarbha
Definitions
Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism See page 865: in Sanskrit, “essence of the sugata,” a synonym for tathāgatagarbha.
Rangjung Yeshe's English Term sugata-essence, enlightened essence, essence for attaining experience of bliss. Sugatagarbha. 'Sugata essence.' The most common Sanskrit term for what in the West is known as 'buddha-nature.'
TshigmdzodChenmo sems can thams cad kyi rgyud la ye nas gnas pa'i gzhi rgyud bde bar gshegs pa'i snying po ngo bo stong pa rang bzhin gsal ba thugs rje kun khyab kyi bdag nyid can
Wikipedia wikipedia:Buddha-nature
Synonyms tathāgatagarbha


Literally the "essence" or "heart of the Bliss Gone One(s)", a synonym for tathāgatagarbha that is likewise often rendered into English by the term "buddha-nature." Though it is often back translated into Sanskrit as sugatagarbha, this term is not found in Sanskrit sources.

Literally the "essence" or "heart of the Bliss Gone One(s)", a synonym for tathāgatagarbha that is likewise often rendered into English by the term "buddha-nature." Though it is often back translated into Sanskrit as sugatagarbha, this term is not found in Sanskrit sources.

Literally the "essence" or "heart of the Bliss Gone One(s)", a synonym for tathāgatagarbha that is likewise often rendered into English by the term "buddha-nature." Though it is often back translated into Sanskrit as sugatagarbha, this term is not found in Sanskrit sources.

Literally the "essence" or "heart of the Bliss Gone One(s)", a synonym for tathāgatagarbha that is likewise often rendered into English by the term "buddha-nature." Though it is often back translated into Sanskrit as sugatagarbha, this term is not found in Sanskrit sources.

Literally the "essence" or "heart of the Bliss Gone One(s)", a synonym for tathāgatagarbha that is likewise often rendered into English by the term "buddha-nature." Though it is often back translated into Sanskrit as sugatagarbha, this term is not found in Sanskrit sources.

Literally the "essence" or "heart of the Bliss Gone One(s)", a synonym for tathāgatagarbha that is likewise often rendered into English by the term "buddha-nature." Though it is often back translated into Sanskrit as sugatagarbha, this term is not found in Sanskrit sources.

Literally the "essence" or "heart of the Bliss Gone One(s)", a synonym for tathāgatagarbha that is likewise often rendered into English by the term "buddha-nature." Though it is often back translated into Sanskrit as sugatagarbha, this term is not found in Sanskrit sources.

Literally the "essence" or "heart of the Bliss Gone One(s)", a synonym for tathāgatagarbha that is likewise often rendered into English by the term "buddha-nature." Though it is often back translated into Sanskrit as sugatagarbha, this term is not found in Sanskrit sources.

A seed, commonly used figuratively in the sense of something which has the potential to develop or grow, and likewise as the basic cause for this development or growth.

Buddha-nature, literally the "womb/essence of those who have gone (to suchness)."

The state of being empty of an innate nature, due to a lack of independently existing characteristics.

Essence or the most basic, fundamental nature or natural state of being, it is often used as a synonym for rang bzhin.

Though it can simply be used as the expression "I" or "me", in Indian thought the notion of self refers to a permanent, unchanging entity, such as that which passes from life to life in the case of people, or the innate essence svabhāva of phenomena.