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Three kinds of objects (三境)
03-21-2011, 11:51 AM
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Three kinds of objects (三境)
One day I chanced to know from a lecture that in Buddhism there are three kinds of objects that are discriminated by their qualities (三境). Can some person elaborate on the topics?
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03-21-2011, 11:52 AM
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RE: Three kinds of objects (三境)
Yes, there exists such theory.

These are:

1) 'real objects' (xingjing 性境), the objects which are arisen from true seeds, have true substance and function, and which the mind cognizes in their true aspect.

2) 'image-only objects' (duyingjing 独影境);

3) and 'archetypal objects' (daizhi 带质)
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