matt (hbergeronx) wrote,


Human activity; behavior, conduct, which is included in the three divisions of intention 意, speech 口 and bodily action 身

karman, karma, "action, work, deed"; "moral duty"; "product, result, effect." M.W. The doctrine of the act; deeds and their effects on the character, especially in their relation to succeeding forms of transmigration. The 三業 are thought, word, and deed, each as good, bad, or indifferent. Karma from former lives is 宿業, from present conduct 現業. Karma is moral action that causes future retribution, and either good or evil transmigration. It is also that moral kernel in which each being survives death for further rebirth or metempsychosis. There are categories of 2, 3, 4, 6, and 10; the 六業 are rebirth in the hells, or as animals, hungry ghosts, men, devas, or asuras: v. 六趣


業 [w] yeh [p] ye4 [k] eob [j] gou. (1) Activity, action, function (karman, karma). (2) Human activity; behavior, conduct, which is included in the three divisions of intention 意, speech 口 and bodily action 身 ([wg] shen). (2) The traces, remainder or results of these three kinds of karmic activity; the latent functional energies--causes and conditions coming from the actions which will eventually bring about some other result. (3) Harmful, evil or deluded activity. (4) Pure experience (anubhaava). (5) To endeavor, to make effort; to strive (vyaayama). [References] naka 406b [Responsible] cm
業因 [w] yeh-yin [p] ye4 yin1 [k] eobin [j] gouin. 'A karma-cause', a good or evil act as the cause of a good or evil effect. [Responsible] cm

業感 [w] [p] ye4gan3 [k] eobgam [j] goukan. To experience, too feel for oneself the painful and pleasurable sensations which are the result of one's prior good or evil behavior.[References] naka 407a iwa 248 [Responsible] cm

業智 [w] yeh-chih [p] ye4 zhi4 [k] eobji [j] gouchi. (1) Karma and prajn~aa; action and wisdom. (2) Karmic (defiled) wisdom. [Responsible] cm

業用 [w] yeh-yung [p] ye4 yong4 [k] eobyong [j] gouyou. Function, activity, action. 'Karmic activity.' (kriyaa). [Responsible] cm

業相 [w] yeh-hsiang [p] ye4 xiang1 [k] eobsang [j] gousou. (karma-an~jana). (1) The expression of karma. (2) In the Awakening of Faith, one of the 'three marks' (the mark of karmic ignorance in addition to the subjective mark and the objective mark). The fact that the pure mind begins to awaken in dependence upon original ignorance. (3) The characteristic of karma. [Responsible] cm

業識 [w] yeh-shih [p] ye4 shi4 [k] eobsig [j] goushiki. 'Activity consciousness'; in the sense that through the agency of ignorance an unenlightened mind begins to be disturbed or awakened. Because of the ignorance that does not perceive that the suchness of all dharmas is originally equal and of a single taste, there is the rising of this unenlightened, mistakenly conceptualizing consciousness. Roughly equivalent in meaning to 轉識 ([wg] chuan-shih). [Responsible] cm

業障 [w] yeh-chang [p] ye4 zhang4 [k] eobjang [j] goushou. (karma-aavarana). The 'hindrance of karma.' The hindrance of evil karma. (2) The hindrances that are produced as a result of evil actions. [Responsible] cm



Sanskrit: कऋमं (did I get that right? Looks like only works in mozilla)

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