prabhāsvaracitta [alt. ābhāsvaracitta] (T. 'od gsal gyi sems; C. guangmingxin; J. kōmyōshin 光明心) is translated as "mind of clear light," etc.
The Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism states:
- According to the systems of Anuttarayogatantra, this state of mind is the most subtle form of consciousness, which must be used to perceive reality directly in order to achieve buddhahood.
Note that the Tibetan translation for this term that is used in the Princeton Dictionary ('od gsal gyi sems) is not found in Tibetan-English dictionaries.
The Steinert dictionary does contain the term rang bzhin 'od gsal ba'i sems (རང་བཞིན་འོད་གསལ་བའི་སེམས་) which is translated as "natural mind of clear light."