Unconditioned (Skt. asaṁskṛta; T. འདུས་མ་བྱས་, 'dus ma byas) refers to phenomena that are not created through causes and conditions, and hence are not subject to arising, dwelling and ceasing.
- space (T. nam mkha')
- the cessation of corruption due to individual scrutiny (T. so sor brtags 'gog)
- the cessation of the future arousal of any object independent of individual scrutiny (T. rtags min gyi 'gog pa)
- the two kinds of cessation
- S. Goodman, "The Conditioned and Unconditioned" Chapter of Mi-pham rgya mtsho's mkhas-pa'i tshul-la 'jug-pa'i sgo, M.A Thesis, University of Saskatchewan, 1979
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