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Key Term ka dag
Hover Popup Choices Primordial Purity; primordial purity
In Tibetan Script ཀ་དག
Wylie Tibetan Transliteration ka dag
Tibetan Phonetic Rendering kadak
English Standard primordial purity
Jeffrey Hopkin's English Term essential purity
Ives Waldo's English Term original purity
Term Type Noun
Source Language Tibetan
Basic Meaning Primordial purity is a term found in the Dzogchen tradition and refers to the empty nature of phenomena which is experienced through the practice of cutting-through meditation (khregs chod). It is often juxtaposed with spontaneous presence (lhun grub).
Has the Sense of All things in Mahāyāna and Vajrayāna Buddhism are said to be primordially empty and thus pure and free from extremes and defilements. More specifically, primordial purity refers to the nature of consciousness or buddha-nature, which is empty by nature but endowed with spontaneous luminosity. Primordial purity is the empty aspect of the buddha-nature which is primordially present in all beings.
Related Terms trekcho
Definitions
Rangjung Yeshe's English Term primordial purity [thd]. primordial purity, primordially pure; *; originally pure, pure from the beginning / first. Primordial purity. The basic nature of sentient beings which is originally untainted by defilement and beyond confusion and liberation
Tshig mdzod Chen mo ༡) སྟོང་པ་ཉིད།་༢) ཀ་ནས་དག་པ་སྟེ་ཐོག་མ་ཉིད་ནས་དྲི་མ་མེད་པ།