Termo

Tibetano:

རིག་འཛིན་

rig 'dzin

detentor da cognisciência/ conhecimento

Sânscrito:

विद्याधर

vidyādhara

posssuidor do conhecimento

Português:

vidyādhara, detentor da cognosciência

"Aquele que por meios profundos detém as deidades, os mantras e a sabedoria do grande êxtase". Na Tradição Nyingmapa existem quatro níveis de vidyādhara: (1) totalmente maturado (rnam smin), (2) com domínio da duração da sua vida (tshe dbang), (3) mahāmudrā (phyag chen), e (4) espontaneamente realizado (lhun grub). [WOMPT]

English:

vidyādhara, knowledge holder, awareness holder

"One who through profound means holds the deities, mantras, and the wisdom of great bliss." DICT. In the Nyingmapa Tradition there are four levels of vidyādhara: (i) totally matured (rnam smin), (ii) mastering the duration of his life (tshe dbang), (iii) mahamudra (phyag chen), and (iv) spontaneously accomplished (lhun grub). [WOMPT]

Lit. “knowledge holder”: One who through profound means holds the deities, mantras, and the wisdom of great bliss. [ZT 2006] [TLWF 2011]

lit. awareness holder or knowledge holder. A being of high attainment in the Vajrayāna. According to the Nyingma tradition, there are four levels of Vidyādhara corresponding to the ten (sometimes eleven) levels of realization of the Sūtrayāna. They are: (1) the Vidyādhara with corporal residue (rnam smin rig 'dzin); (2) the Vidyādhara with power over life (tshe dbang rig 'dzin); (3) the Mahāmudrā Vidyādhara (phyag chen rig 'dzin); and (4) the Vidyādhara of spontaneous presence (lhun grub rig 'dzin). [TPQ]

Lit., Knowledge-Holder. A being of high spiritual attainment. According to the Nyingma tradition, there are four levels of Vidyadhara, corresponding to the ten levels of realization of the Sutrayana and the state of Buddhahood. They are (1) the Vidyadhara with residues, (2) the Vidyadhara with power over life, (3) the Mahamudra Vidyadhara, (4) the Spontaneous Vidyadhara. [LLB 2002]