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འདུ་མི་བྱེད་པ། (Wyl. 'du mi byed pa) n. Pron.: du mi jepa
- Under-application – this occurs when one recognizes the presence of dullness or agitation but fails to apply the antidote. These are obstacles to the further development of one's meditation. Kamalashila in his Stages of Meditation (and Vimalamitra in his text of the same name) list dullness and agitation separately, making a total of six faults.