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See page 195: In Sanskrit, lit. “mind-only”; a term used in the ''Laṅkāvatārasūtra'' to describe the notion that the external world of the senses does not exist independently of the mind and that all phenomena are mere projections of consciousness. Because this doctrine is espoused by the Yogācāra, that school is sometimes referred to as cittamātra. The doctrine is closely associated with the eight consciousness (vijñāna) theory set forth in the ''Viniścayasaṃgrahaṇī'' of the ''Yogācārabhūmiśāstra'' and in the ''Mahāyānasaṃgraha'' and ''Abhidharmasamuccaya'' that are supplemental to that work.
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Mind Only school, Chittamatra; the doctrine of Mind Only; founded by Maitreya and Asaṅga, idealist-mentalist, just displays of mind.