Samaya

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Samaya (verbum Sanscriticum, scriptura Devanagari समय)[1] est copia votorum vel praeceptorum fidelibus initiatis Vajrayanae ordinis Buddhistici concessa, pars rituum abhiṣeka (potestatis factae vel initiatio) qui copulam inter guru et discipulum constituunt. Vocabulum samaya definiri potest:

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  1. Tibetanice དམ་ཚིག dam tshig; Iaponice 三昧耶戒 sanmaya-kai; Mandarinice三昧耶戒 Sānmóyéjiè
  2. Anglice: "A particular system of teaching or doctrines" (Keown 2003:247.
  3. Anglice: "The conduct required of a tantric practitioner, often as a set of vows or commitments" (Keown 2003:247); Rinpoche 2007.
  4. Anglice: "The realization (abhisamaya) of Buddhahood" (Keown 2003:247).
  5. Anglice: "In Tantric Buddhism, union with the Three Vajras, the body, speech and mind of the Buddha" (Keown 2003:247).

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