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Awareness translates several key Tibetan and Sanskrit terms, including:



Awareness All minds are included within the five sense awarenesses and mental awareness.


There are five types of sense awareness:

eye awareness,

ear awareness,

nose awareness,

tongue awareness, and

body awareness.


There are two types of mental awareness: conceptual mental awareness and non-conceptual mental awareness.

Source

RigpaWiki:Awareness








Awareness (rig pa).


When referring to the view of the Great Perfection awareness' means consciousness devoid of ignorance and dualistic fixation.


Awareness: the internal expansion of conscious me through the horizontal surrender of pure attention, without crossing the doorway to I am and awakening pure me;

the spacious depth of consciousness in the headspace without the light of pure me and motionlessness of horizontal absorption; the space of consciousness in-between conscious me and pure consciousness.

Conscious Awareness: awareness embodied as the bare attention of pure me of presence; pure me of consciousness realized within the dimension of presence alone.

Source

www.rangjung.com