L 063 sems pa [Def:] sems yul la g.yo ba’i gnas skabs kyi yid kyi rnam ‘gyur // chetanā // impulse [Def:] The expression of mental function in the phase where mind moves towards an object.
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sems pa – {sems pa, bsams pa, bsam pa, soms} trans. v.; 1) to think, reflect, assume, apprehend, intend, direct one's mind, pay, attention, be conscious. 2) contemplation, one of the {chos spyod bcu} ten religious practices. 3) intention, motivation, mentation, thinking, directing thought, mentation, apprehension, reflection, volition. 4) will, act of will. 5) motivator, activator. 6) conscious apprehension. 7) Attraction, as one of the five ever-present mental states; one of {kun 'gro lnga}. Def. by Jamgön Kongtrul: {sems yul la g.yo ba'i gnas skabs kyi yid kyi rnam 'byur}, connects primary mind to an object of perception or action. Syn {las} / {'du byed} [RY]
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sems – mind, 'cognitive act', grasping mind, frame of mind, mind or soul, thought, main mind, cognitive act[s] Syn {rnam shes tshogs drug} experiencing, potential for experience, general forms of experience, grasping, conceptual mind, attitude, intent; (ordinary) mind; attention; cognition, cognitive act, mind or soul, grasping mind, frame of mind, thought, main mind. Syn {rnam shes tshogs drug} experiencing, potential for experience, general forms of experience, conceptual mind, attitude, intent. mind, thoughts, thought process, [chitta]; Def. by Jamgön Kongtrul: {phung khams skye mched thams cad kyi bag chags sam sa bon bsags pa dang sna tshogs la dmigs pa dang don la sems pas na sems su bzhag pa gang yin pa de ni kun gzhi'i rnam shes kho na} [RY]
yul – przedmiot (→ D 001)
g.yo ba – {g.yo ba, g.yos pa, g.yo ba, g.yos} trans. v.; 1) to move. 2) action, movement, 3) shaking / flashing forth 4) fluttering. 5) motility, the animate; ft. of {g.yo ba}; to waver/ vacillate/ deviate; to waver from; {rab tu g.yo ba} turbulent; to move, be moved, fickle, wavering [RY]
gnas skabs – context, situation, condition, circumstance; at the time, degree, for the time being, occasion, time, phases, at present, temporal, secondary, temporary, incidental, state, provisional [RY]
yid – mind. [manas] mind, ideational consciousness; the intellect, mental functioning, thought, subject, subjective mind, thinking process, mental / intellectual faculty, sentience, cognitive act, mental faculty, as compared with cognitive act and consciousness. consciousness. thought. [manas] mind, mental functioning, thought, mind, subject, subjective thinking process, mental / intellectual faculty, sentience, cognitive act, as compared with cognitive act and consciousness; imagination; Manas, mind, functional mind [RY]
rnam – attribute [RY]
rnam ‘gyur – manifestations [logic] [RY]
– 1) v. to express. 2) appearance, look, attitude, manner. mood, sign, certain manner, mood, form, posture. 3) expression, manifestation, posture, 4) drastic change [sickness, 4) morphological change [in grammar]. 5) the 24th year of {rab byung} Syn {lcags pho stag} [RY]
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Autor 1 Impuls [Def:] Sposób, w jaki mentalność (? yid, umysł) reaguje na przedmioty.
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[DUFF] sems pa  I. v.t. བསམས་པ་/ སེམས་པ་/ བསམ་པ་/ སོམས་/. "To mind"; to use the སེམས་ mind to consider, think about, or just to do the things that mind does. "To think about", "to give thought to". E.g., [TC] ཇི་ལྟར་བསམས་པ་ལྟར་ཁ་ནས་ཤོད། "speaking in accordance with how he thought about it"; གང་བརྩམས་ལམ་དུ་འགྲོ་བ་ཞིག་བྱུང་ན་སེམས། "giving thought to it when there is the question of which road to embark on"; བདེ་སྐྱིད་འཐོབ་པར་སེམས་པ། "to think about getting happiness / good times / better times". II. "Volition". Translation of the Sanskrit [NDS] "cetanā". 1) "Volition" is one of the ཀུན་ཏུ་འགྲོ་བ་ལྔ་ five ever-present mental events. It operates to take the mind towards its object and fix it to it. There is no specific term for this in the English language but it has been variously translated as "will", "motivation", "volition", "(mental) drive", "directionality". It is the drive in mind which results in either mental action or mentally motivated action of body or speech. Therefore it is regarded as equivalent to karma. In this way, the ཆོས་མངོན་མཛོད་ Abhidharmakoṣha says that there are two types of karma. If something is thought in the mind, automatically that drive produces སེམས་པའི་ལས་ "mental karma". If, due to thinking of something, speech or bodily action ensue, then there is བསམ་པའི་ལས་ "mentally motivated karma". 2) "Volition" as one of the སྤོང་བའི་འདུ་བྱེད་ཀྱི་ལམ་བརྒྱད་ "eight paths of formatives which abandon" q.v.

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