THE SAGELY CITY OF TEN THOUSAND BUDDHAS

C. CONSCIOUSNESS-ONLY SCHOOL LISTS
 

TWO KINDS OF WISDOM (Ch. er jung jr)

     1) Fundamental wisdom (Skt. mula-jnana, Ch. gen ben jr)

     2) Later attained wisdom (Skt. prstalabdha-jnana, Ch. hou de jr)

TWO OBSTACLES (er jang)

     1) Obstacle of the afflictions (Skt. klesavarana)

     2) Obstacle of the knowable (Skt. jneyavarana)

THREE ASPECTS OF THE ALAYAVIJNANA (san jung e lai ye shr)

     1) Container of seeds (Skt. sarvabijaka, Ch. neng dzang)

     2) Undergoes "perfuming" (Ch. swo dzang)

     3) Taken to be self by seventh consciousness (Ch. wo ai jr dzang)

THREE ASPECTS OF THE DHARMA BODY (Ch. san jung fa shen)

     1) Self-mastery (Skt. svabhavika-kaya, Ch. dz sying shen)

     2) Enjoyment (Skt. sambhoga-kaya, Ch. shou yung shen)

     3) Transformation (Skt. nirmana-kaya, Ch. byan hwa shen)

THREE DIVISIONS OF THE BUDDHIST CANON (Skt. tripitaka, Ch. san dzang)

     1) Sutra (Ch. jing)

     2) Vinaya (Ch. lyu)

     3) Abhidharma (Ch. lwun)

THREE DIVISIONS OF THE EIGHTH CONSCIOUSNESS (Ch. ba shr san fen)

     1) Self-verifying division (Skt. svasamvittibhaga, Ch. dz jeng fen)
     2) Perceiver division (Skt. darsanabhaga, Ch. jyan fen)

     3) Perceived division (Skt. nimittabhaga, Ch. syang fen)

THREE KINDS OF FEELING (Skt. vedana, Ch. san shou)

     1) pleasurable (Skt. sukha, Ch. le)

     2) painful (Skt. duhkha, Ch. ku)

     3) neutral (Skt. aduhkhasukha, Ch. bu ku bu le)

THREE KINDS OF TRANSFORMATION BODIES

     1) great transformation

     2) small transformation

     3) bodies that accord with the species of living beings

THREE MODES OF KNOWLEDGE (Skt. pramana, Ch. san lyang)

     1) direct, veridical perception (Skt. pratyaksa, Ch. syan lyang)

     2) inference (Skt. anumana, Ch. bi lyang)

     3) fallacy (Skt.abhasa, Ch. fei lyang)

THREE NATURES (Ch. san sying)

     1) wholesome (Skt. kusala, Ch. shan)

     2) unwholesome (Skt. akusala, Ch. e)

     3) indeterminate (Skt. avyakrta, Ch. wu ji)

THREE STATES (Skt. avastha, Ch. san jing)

     1) natural state (Ch. sying jing)

     2) state of solitary impressions (Ch. du ying jing)

     3) state of transposed substance (Ch. dai jr ching)

THREE STEPS IN THE CREATION OF KARMA (Ch. san sz)

     1) mental inquiry (Ch. shen lu)

     2) decision (Ch.jywe ding)

     3) action (Ch. fa dung)

THREE REALMS (Ch. san jye)

     1) realm of desire (Skt. kamadhatu, Ch. yu jye)

     2) realm of form (Skt. rupadhatu, Ch. sz/shai jye)

     3) formless realm (Skt. arupyadhatu, Ch. wu sz/shai jye)

FOUR KINDS OF NOURISHMENT (Skt. catvara-ahara,Ch. sz shr)

     1) mouthfuls (Skt. kavali-kara-ahara, Ch. dwan shr)

     2) mental contact (Skt. sparsa-ahara, Ch. chu shr)

     3) volition (Skt. manah-sancetana-ahara, Ch. sz shr)

     4) consciousness (Skt. vijnana-ahara, Ch. shr shr)

FOUR KINDS OF WISDOM (Skt. jnana, Ch. sz jr)

     1) Great Mirror Wisdom (Skt. adarsa-jnana, Ch. da ywan jing jr)

     2) Wisdom of Equality (Skt. samata-jnana, Ch. ping deng sying jr)

     3) Wisdom of Wonderful Contemplation (Skt.pratyaveksana-jnana, Ch. myau gwan cha jr)

     4) Wisdom of Successful Performance (Skt. krityanusthana-jnana, Ch. cheng swo dzwo jr)

FOUR TYPES OF DELUSION (Ch. sz hwo/hwei)

     1) self-love (Skt. atma-sneha, Ch. wo ai, wo tan)

     2) self-delusion (Skt. atma-moha, Ch. wo chr)

     3) view of self (Skt. atma-drsti, Ch. wo jyan)

     4) self-conceit (Skt. atma-mana, Ch. wo man)

SIX DESTINIES (Skt. gati, Ch. lyou chyu)

     1) gods (Skt. deva, Ch. tyan)

     2) humans (Skt. manusya, Ch. ren)

     3) asuras (Skt. asura, Ch. e syou lwo)

     4) animals (Skt. tiryagyoni, Ch. chu sheng)

     5) ghosts (Skt. preta, Ch. e gwei)

     6) hell-dwellers (Skt. nairayika, Ch. di yu)

SIX PATHS OF REBIRTH     See SIX DESTINIES

EIGHT CONSCIOUSNESSES (Skt. vijnana, Ch. ba shr)

     1) eye-consciousness (Skt. caksur-vijnana, Ch. yan shr)

     2) ear-consciousness (Skt. srotra-vijnana, Ch. er shr)

     3) nose-consciousness (Skt. ghrana-vijnana, Ch. bi shr)

     4) tongue-consciousness (Skt. jihva-vijnana, Ch. she shr)

     5) body-consciousness (Skt. kaya-vijnana, Ch. shen shr)

     6) mind-consciousness (Skt. mano-vijnana, Ch. yi shr)

     7) defiled/defiling mind-consciousness (Skt. klista-mano-vijnana, manas, Ch. yi)

NINE GROUNDS  (Skt. navanupurvavihara, Ch. jyou di)

     1) Realm of desire (Skt. kama-dhatu, Ch. yu jye)

     2) First Dhyana (Skt. prathama-dhyana, Ch. chu chan)

     3) Second Dhyana (Skt. dvitiya-dhyana, Ch. er chan)

     4) Third Dhyana (Skt. trtiya-dhyana, Ch. san chan)

     5) Fourth Dhyana (Skt. caturtha-dhyana, Ch. sz chan)

     6) Infinite Space (Skt. akasanantyayatana, Ch. kung wu byan chu)

     7) Infinite Consciousness (Skt. vijnananantyayatana, Ch. shr wu byan chu)

     8) Nothing Whatsoever (Skt. akincanantyayatana, Ch. wu swo you chu)

     9) Neither Cognition Nor Non-Cognition (Skt. naivasamjnasamjnayatana, Ch. fei syang fei fei   syang chu)
 

NINE PRECONDITIONS (Ch. jyou ywan)

     1) Space (Ch. kung)

     2) Light (Ch. ming)

     3) Organ (Ch. gen)

     4) State (Ch. jing)

     5) Attention (Ch. dzwo yi)

     6) Basis of Discrimination (Ch. fen bye yi)

     7) Basis of Defilement and Purity (Ch. ran jing yi)

     8) Fundamental Basis (Ch. gen ben yi)

     9) Seeds as Basis (Ch. jung dz yi)

TEN GROUNDS (Skt. dasa-bhumi, Ch. shr di)

     1) Ground of Happiness (Skt. pramudita-bhumi, Ch. hwan syi di)

     2) Ground of Leaving Filth (Skt. vimala-bhumi, Ch. li gou di)

     3) Ground of Emitting Light (Skt. prabhakari-bhumi, Ch. fa wang di)

     4) Ground of Blazing Wisdom (Skt. arcismati-bhumi, Ch. yan hwei di)

     5) Ground of Invincibility (Skt. sudurjaya-bhumi, Ch. nan sheng di)

     6) Ground of Manifestation (Skt. abhimukhi-bhumi, Ch. syan chyan di)

     7) Ground of Travelling Far (Skt. duramgama-bhumi, Ch. ywan sying di)

     8) Ground of Not Moving (Skt. acala-bhumi, Ch. bu dung di)

     9) Ground of Good Wisdom (Skt. sadhumati-bhumi, Ch. shan hwei di)

     10) Ground of the Dharma Cloud (Skt. dharmamegha-bhumi, Ch. fa yun di)

ONE HUNDRED DHARMAS See Shastra on the Door to Understanding the Hundred Dharmas.

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