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'dze bo?

Postby Jinzang » Sat Aug 06, 2011 2:18 am

Does anyone know the translation of 'dze bo? Not in my dictionary. The complete sentence is:

'dod med 'dze bo lta bur bzhag/
Lamrim, lojong, and mahamudra are the unmistaken path.
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Re: 'dze bo?

Postby Malcolm » Sat Aug 06, 2011 2:25 am

Jinzang wrote:Does anyone know the translation of 'dze bo? Not in my dictionary. The complete sentence is:

'dod med 'dze bo lta bur bzhag/


What text is this? Seems like a misspelling to me.
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Re: 'dze bo?

Postby Jinzang » Sat Aug 06, 2011 2:52 am

It's a collection of inspiring quotes hand written in a notebook by Lama Phurbu Tashi. So, yes, it could be a transcription error, though there have only been a one or two errors so far, missing vowel signs. The quote is from Lama Zhang, a series of analogies on how to meditate.
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Re: 'dze bo?

Postby Malcolm » Sat Aug 06, 2011 3:14 am

Jinzang wrote:It's a collection of inspiring quotes hand written in a notebook by Lama Phurbu Tashi. So, yes, it could be a transcription error, though there have only been a one or two errors so far, missing vowel signs. The quote is from Lama Zhang, a series of analogies on how to meditate.



You need to find the original.
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Re: 'dze bo?

Postby Jinzang » Sat Aug 06, 2011 11:41 pm

Through the help of Google, I found the term on this Tibetan blog. The context is not strong enough to suggest what the term means, but I do get the idea that it is some sort of typical suffering.
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Re: 'dze bo?

Postby Jinzang » Sat Aug 06, 2011 11:42 pm

You need to find the original.


Or ask Lama Phurbu Tashi, but he's in Tibet right now.
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Re: 'dze bo?

Postby Malcolm » Sun Aug 07, 2011 1:09 am

Jinzang wrote:Through the help of Google, I found the term on this Tibetan blog. The context is not strong enough to suggest what the term means, but I do get the idea that it is some sort of typical suffering.



I also saw this.
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