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Central channel

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Central channel (dbu ma, avadhuti). The central subtle channel within the body, running from the base of the spine to the crown of the head. avadhuti: A type of "deliberate behavior" practiced by "mad" yogins.

The central channel (Skt. avadhūti; Wyl. rtsa dbu ma) is one of the three main subtle channels (Skt. nadi), which run vertically through the human body. the central channel. Syn rtsa dbu ma [RY]

central channel, rtsa dbu ma 'di la brten nas thig le dang,rtsa'i bde ba dang, rlung gi bde ba kun skye bas kun zhes byala, de spyi la khyab pas 'dar ma zhes bya'o [IW]

"all-vibrating" (central/ avadhuti) channel [RB] fortress of avadhuti/ the central channel [IW]

fortress of avadhuti [[central channel] [RY]

avadhuti [JV]

avadhuti; the "all-vibrating"; central channel [RY]

all-quivering DKC

Source

RigpaWiki:Central channel

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