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 +====== ālāyavijñāna - Eighth Consciousness - Store-house Consciousness ======
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 +see [[eighth consciousness]]
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 +======= Alaya - ālaya - ālayavijñāna - ཀུན་གཞི་ - kun shyi - kun gzhi - 阿賴耶識 - ālàiyé shì =======
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 +see [[ālayavijñāna]]
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 +The **all-ground consciousness** (Skt. //​ālayavijñāna//;​ Tib. [[ཀུན་གཞི་རྣམ་པར་ཤེས་པ་]],​ //kun shyi nampar shépa//; [[Wyl.]] //kun gzhi rnam par shes pa//) is the eighth of the [[eighth consciousnesses]] posited by the [[Chittamatra]] and [[Svatantrika-Madhyamika]] schools. In these systems, there are three mental consciousnesses,​ of which two are active (the sixth and seventh) and one is inactive (the eighth). It is a subtle, neutral level of consciousness,​ in which traces of past actions are stored as '​seeds'​ ready to ripen into future experience. ​
 +
 +===== Etymology =====
 +Tib. ཀུན་,​ //Kun// means ‘all’, Tib. [[གཞི་]],​ //shyi// means ‘ground’,​ Tib. [[རྣམ་པར་ཤེས་པ་]],​ //nampar shépa// is ‘consciousness’.
 +
 +===== Definition =====
 +[[Mipham Rinpoche]] explained:
 +>The state of consciousness that is mere clarity and knowing, which does not veer off into an active sense cognition, and which is the support of habitual tendencies, is called the [[alayavijnana]],​ the consciousness that is the universal ground ([[ཀུན་གཞི་རྣམ་ཤེས་]],​ //kun gzhi rnam shes//​).<​ref>//​The Adornment of the Middle Way//, p.238</​ref>​
 +
 +===== Description =====
 +  * The alaya or [[all-ground consciousness]] is neutral, neither positive nor negative.
 +  * It is not as coarse as the other seven forms of consciousness. ​
 +
 +[[Thrangu Rinpoche]] explains:
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 +>The [[eighth consciousness]] [[...]] is the basis or ground for the arising of all other types of consciousness. It is that fundamental clarity of consciousness,​ or cognitive lucidity, that has been there from the beginning. As the capacity for conscious experience, it is the ground for the arising of eye consciousness,​ ear consciousness,​ etc. Like the seventh, it is constantly present, constantly operating, and it persists until the attainment of final awakening.<​ref>//​Creation and Completion//,​ p.126</​ref>​
 +
 +===== Subdivisions =====
 +The all-ground consciousness is divided into a 'seed aspect'​ and a '​maturation aspect'​.
 +
 +===== Alternative Translations =====
 +  * Consciousness as the basis of all ordinary experience ([[LCN]])
 +  * Ground-of-all consciousness (Gyurme Dorje)
 +  * Store consciousness (Pettit)
 +  * Storehouse consciousness
 +  * Stratum-bound perceptivity ([[HVG]])
 +
 +===== Notes =====
 +<​small><​references/></​small>​
 +
 +===== Further Reading =====
 +  * Lambert Schmithausen,​ //​Alayavijñâna. On the Origin & the Early Development of a Central Concept of Yogâcâra Philosophy//​. ​ International Inst. for Buddhist Studies (Tokyo 1987).
 +  * William S. Waldron, //The Buddhist Unconscious:​ The Alaya-Vijñana in the Context of Indian Buddhist Thought//, RoutledgeCurzon 2003
 +
 +===== Internal Links =====
 +  * [[all-ground]],​ [[alaya]]
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 +[[Category:​Key Buddhist Terms]]
 +[[Category:​Chittamatra]]
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 +[[Fair Use]] Source: http://​www.rigpawiki.org/​index.php?​title=All-ground_consciousness
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 +**[[Alaya]]** (Skt. //ālaya//; Tib. [[ཀུན་གཞི་]],​ //kun shyi//; [[Wyl.]] //kun gzhi//) — the universal ground or basis. [[Longchenpa]] describes alaya in this way: 
 +“It is unenlightenment and a neutral state, which belongs to the category of mind and mental events, and it has become the foundation of all [[karma]]s and ‘[[Habitual tendencies|traces]]’ of [[samsara]] and [[nirvana]].”<​ref>​From the //​[[Treasury of Word and Meaning]]//;​ translation from [[Tulku Thondup]] in //The Practice of Dzogchen// (Ithaca: [[Snow Lion]], 1996 & 2002), page 211.</​ref> ​
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 +<​big>​༈ ངོ་བོ་ནི་སེམས་སེམས་བྱུང་གིས་ཉེ་བར་བསྡུས་པས་འཁོར་འདས་ཀྱི་ལས་དང་བག་ཆགས་ཐམས་ཅད་ཀྱི་རྟེན་དུ་གྱུར་པ་སྟེ། མ་རིག་པའི་ལུང་མ་བསྟན་ཏེ།</​big>​
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 +In the [[Lamdré]] teachings however, it refers to the [[indivisible]] union of [[awareness]] and [[emptiness]]. This is also how the term is used when it appears in the [[Seven Points of Mind Training]].
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 +===== Internal Links =====
 +  * [[All-ground consciousness]]
 +
 +===== Notes =====
 +
 +===== Further Reading =====
 +  * [[Tulku Thondup]], //The Practice of Dzogchen// (Ithaca: [[Snow Lion]], 1996), pages 210-212.
 +
 +===== Categories =====
 +[[Category:​Key Buddhist Terms]]
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 +[[Fair|Use]] http://​www.rigpawiki.org/​index.php?​title=Alaya
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 +----
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 +===== Chinese Hanzi Characters ===== 
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 +ālaya 住, 依, 執藏, 宮, 所著, 梨耶
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 +alaya 無没
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 +ālaya 眞如, 著, 藏, 處, 處所, 賴耶, 阿利耶, 阿梨耶, 阿賴耶, 黎耶
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 +ālayavijñāna 宅, 所知依, 根本識, 無没識, 眞識
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 +ālaya-vijñāna 藏識, 賴耶識, 阿梨耶本識,​ 阿梨耶識
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 +ālayavijñāna 阿賴耶識
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 +ālaya-vijñāna 阿黎耶識
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 +[[Fair Use]] Source: http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​ddb/​indexes/​term-sa.html
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 +----
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 +===== ālayavijñāna - 阿賴耶識 - ālàiyé shì - ===== 
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 +===== Pronunciations of ālayavijñāna - 阿賴耶識 - ālàiyé shì ===== 
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 +[[py]] [[ālàiyé shì]]
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 +[[wg]] [[alai-yeh shih]]
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 +[hg] 아뢰야식
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 +[mc] aroeya sik
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 +[mr] araya sik
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 +[kk] アラヤシキ
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 +[hb] araya shiki
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 +[qn] a lại da thức
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 +
 +===== Basic Meaning of 阿賴耶識 - ālàiyé shì===== ​
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 +ālayavijñāna
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 +===== Senses of ālayavijñāna - 阿賴耶識 - ālàiyé shì ===== 
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 +[[Transliteration]] of the [[Sanskrit]],​ meaning [[store consciousness]]. ([[Tib.]] [[kun gzhi rnam shes pa]]). The [[store-house consciousness]],​ a distinctive concept of the [[Yogâcāra school]] [[瑜伽行派]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​74.xml+id('​b745c-4f3d-884c-6d3e'​)) of [[Buddhism]],​ originated in 3-5th century CE [[wp>​India]] and closely associated with the [[treatise]]s of the [[ācārya]]s [[Asaṅga]] [[無著]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​71.xml+id('​b7121-8457'​)) and [[Vasubandhu]] [[世親]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​4e.xml+id('​b4e16-89aa'​)). See Footnote 1
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 +The notion of the [[store consciousness]] arose out of early problems surrounding the continuity of both karmic potential and the [[affliction]]s ([[kleśa]];​ [[nyon mongs]]; [[煩惱]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​71.xml+id('​b7169-60f1'​)) in a latent state ([[anuśaya]];​ [[bag la nyal ba]]; [[隨眠]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​96.xml+id('​b96a8-7720'​)) that had been generated by the [[Abhidharma]] emphasis upon momentary processes of [[mind]]. How, after all, could these two essential components of [[saṃsāric existence]],​ which are eliminated only toward the end of the path, continuously persist if one's [[mental stream]] ([[saṃtāna]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​76.xml+id('​b76f8-7e8c'​);​ [[rgyud]]; [[相續]]) were comprised solely of whatever [[dharmas]] ([[chos]]; [[法]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​6c.xml+id('​b6cd5'​)) were momentarily present and manifest in mind? See Footnote 2 
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 +The [[ālayavijñāna]] thus came to denote the mental processes that underlie each and every moment of the traditional [[six forms of manifest cognitive awareness]] ([[pravṛtti-vijñāna]];​ [['jug pa'i rnam par shes pa]]; [[轉識]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​8f.xml+id('​b8f49-8b58'​),​ [[六識]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​51.xml+id('​b516d-8b58'​)) — a term coined to distinguish it from the continuous yet subliminal '​[[ālaya]]'​ ([[阿賴耶]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​96.xml+id('​b963f-8cf4-8036'​)) or '​home'​ awareness. Consonant with traditional definitions of [[cognitive awareness]] ([[vijñāna]];​ [[rnam par shes pa]]; [[轉識]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​8f.xml+id('​b8f49-8b58'​)),​ the ālaya awareness is said to [[dependently arise]] based, on the one hand, on both the material [[sense faculties]] and the cognitive and affective formations ([[saṃskāra]];​ [['du byed]]; [[行]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​88.xml+id('​b884c'​)) which comprise one's [[sentient existence]],​ as well as, on the other hand, its own specific object, an indistinct ([[asaṃdvidita]];​ [[aparicchinna]]) apprehension of an external world ([[bhājana-loka]];​ [[snod kyi 'jig rten]]; [[器世間]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​56.xml+id('​b5668-4e16-9593'​)). Moreover, the ālaya awareness is said to 'grow, develop and increase' ​ — also like traditional forms of [[vijñāna]] (S II 65, 67, 101; III 54) — by the seeds of [[karma]] ([[bīja]]; [[sa bon]]; [[種子]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​7a.xml+id('​b7a2e-5b50'​)) and the impressions ([[vāsanā]];​ [[bag chags]]; [[熏習]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​71.xml+id('​b718f-7fd2'​)) of the [[affliction]]s which have accumulated 'since [[beginningless time]]'​ through the various experiences of [[conscious awareness]] ([[pravṛtti-vijñāna]]).
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 +Although this subliminal ālaya awareness thus enjoys a continuously evolving and reciprocal relationship with active aspects of consciousness,​ it still reflects—in [[Indian Buddhist scholasticism]] at least — its original function as the central locus of accumulated karmic potential and latent afflictions,​ effectively constituting one's [[saṃsāric existence]] and serving as the virtual '​subject'​ of [[saṃsāra]] (also not unlike earlier notions of [[vijñāna]]). It is for this reason that [[ignorant beings]] typically mistake the [[ālaya awareness]] as their [[self]] ([[ātman]];​ [[bdag]]; [[我]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​62.xml+id('​b6211'​)),​ a form of [[ignorance]] and [[self-grasping]] that was thought to so continuously and subliminally arise that it too came to be considered a distinctive mental process, called '​[[afflictive mentation]]'​ ([[kliṣṭa-manas]];​ [[nyon mongs pa can gyi yid]]; [[染汚意]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​67.xml+id('​b67d3-6c5a-610f'​)) and considered in the [[Chinese Buddhist]] tradition as the [[seventh consciousness]],​ with the [[ālayavijñāna]] as the [[eighth consciousness]] or [[第八識]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​7b.xml+id('​b7b2c-516b-8b58'​).
 +
 +Commensurate with these multiple functions, the ālayavijñāna is denoted by a variety of synonyms, most importantly:​ the [[root consciousness]] ([[mūla-vijñāna]];​ [[rtsa ba'i rnam par shes pa]]) [[本識]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​67.xml+id('​b672c-8b58'​)),​ the '​[[mind with all the seeds]]'​ ([[sarvabījaka-citta]];​ [[sa bon thams cad pa'i sems]]; [一切種子識]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​4e.xml+id('​b4e00-5207-7a2e-5b50-8b58'​)),​ and the [[appropriating consciousness]] ([[ādāna-vijñāna]];​ [[len pa'i rnam par shes pa]]; [[阿陀那識]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​96.xml+id('​b963f-9640-90a3-8b58'​)).
 +
 +Although in its systematic descriptions in early [[Yogâcāra treatises]] such as the [[Yogâcārabhūmi]] [[瑜伽論]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​74.xml+id('​b745c-4f3d-8ad6'​)) and the [[Mahāyāna-saṃgraha]] [[攝大乘論]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​65.xml+id('​b651d-5927-4e58-8ad6'​)),​ the ālaya-vijñāna is largely commensurate with other Indian Buddhist notions of [[consciousness]] ([[vijñāna]]) (indeed it was specifically couched in [[Abhidharmic]] terms), the very metaphors used to describe it — as a [[repository consciousness]] that receives and stores the [[karmic seeds]] which thereafter serve as the [[cause]] ([[hetu]]; [[rgyu]]; [[因緣]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​56.xml+id('​b56e0-7de3'​)) of conscious experience — seem to have invited its interpretation as a [[wp>​reified]] entity, as an [[unchanging mind]] which serves as the sole basis, the [[wp>​primordial]] ground, from which the entire phenomenal world arises. And this in spite of the fact that Indian Yogâcāra doctrine itself explicitly and repeatedly states that taking the ālayavijñāna as a [[self]] ([[ātmadṛṣṭi]];​ [[bdag tu lta ba]]; [[我見]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​62.xml+id('​b6211-898b'​)) is one of the main causes of accumulating [[karma]] and perpetuating saṃsāric existence!
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 +This tendency seems to be particularly pronounced in certain later Chinese and [[Tibetan Buddhist]] traditions, but was no doubt exacerbated by the identification — in a different set of texts such as the [[Laṅkâvatāra Sūtra]] [[楞伽經]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​69.xml+id('​b695e-4f3d-7d93'​)) and, later and more importantly,​ the [[Awakening of Mahāyāna Faith]] ([[Awakening of Faith in the Mahayana]] — of the ālayavijñāna with the [[tathāgata-garbha]] ([[de bzhin gshegs pa'i snying po]] [[如來藏]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​59.xml+id('​b5982-4f86-85cf'​)),​ the womb or [[matrix of the Tathāgata]] ([[Fundamental Treasury of the Thus Come One]] or [[Buddha Matrix]] or [[Tathagata Garbha]]). Although this identification was unquestioned in most later forms of [[Chinese Buddhism]] (aided, no doubt, by an early translation of the ālayavijñāna as the '​store'​ consciousness [[藏識]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​85.xml+id('​b85cf-8b58'​)),​ the first character of which, [[藏]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​85.xml+id('​b85cf'​)),​ was also the standard translation of [[garbha]]),​ it is not found in the standard treatises of Indian Yogâcāra Buddhism. The sixth-century Indian translator [[Paramârtha]]'​s response to this discrepancy was to preserve the ālayavijñāna as a defiled, [[eighth consciousness]],​ which must be eliminated upon [[awakening]],​ while interpolating into his texts an additional, undefiled, [[ninth consciousness]],​ an [[amala-vijñāna]] ([[阿摩羅識]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​96.xml+id('​b963f-6469-7f85-8b58'​)),​ which persists after the ālayavijñāna is eliminated. One of [[Xuanzang]]'​s [[玄奘]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​73.xml+id('​b7384-5958'​)) aims in retranslating such [[Yogâcāra texts]] as the [[Yogâcārabhūmi]] and the [[Mahāyāna-saṃgraha]] was to recover the earlier, and to his mind more orthodox, sense of the ālayavijñāna as the locus of defiled existence unrelated to the notion of the [[tathāgata-garbha]]. Similar developments occurred in [[Tibetan schools]] associated with the doctrine of '​[[extrinsic emptiness]]'​ ([[gzhan stong]]), who self-consciously departed from Indian Yogâcāra models and posited a [[primordial ālaya wisdom]] ([[kun gzhi ye shes]]) apart from defiled and discursive forms of [[vijñāna]] ([[rnam shes]]).
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 +These varying notions of post-[[nirvanic]] forms of [[consciousness]],​ typically expressed in [[Mahāyāna]] traditions as a transformation from [[vijñāna]] into [[jñāna]],​ reflect similar ambiguities found in the earliest collections of [[Buddhist teachings]],​ in which the [[consciousness]] of a [[Buddha]] or [[Arhat]], for example, is no longer bound by [[grasping]] or [[wp>​appropriation]] ([[anupādāna),​ but is said to be '​[[nonabiding]]'​ or '​unsupported'​ ([[appatiṭṭhita-viññāṇa]];​ D III 105; S I 122; S II 66, 103; S III 54; [[無住]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​71.xml+id('​b7121-4f4f'​),​ [[無依]] - http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​71.xml+id('​b7121-4f9d'​)).
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 +In sum, this core Yogâcāra concept touches upon some of central-most concerns of Buddhist [[wp>​soteriology]] and analysis of mind, but its interpretations vary radically depending upon which school, which text, and which time period one is investigating.
 +[W. Waldron]
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 +The ālayavijñāna has a variety of connotative synonyms that describe its various aspects, including: [[有情根本之心識]] the fundamental mind-consciousness of [[sentient being]]s; [[無沒識]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​71.xml+id('​b7121-6c92-8b58'​)) [[inexhaustible mind]], because none of its seeds are lost; [[現識]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​73.xml+id('​b73fe-8b58'​)) manifesting mind, because all things are revealed in or by it; [[種子識]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​7a.xml+id('​b7a2e-5b50-8b58'​)) seeds mind, as it is made up of nothing but [[karmic seed]]s; [[所知依識]] the basis of all knowledge; [[異熟識]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​75.xml+id('​b7570-719f-8b58'​)) differential maturing consciousness,​ because it is the locus for the differentiated [[maturation of karma]]; [[執持識]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​57.xml+id('​b57f7-6301-8b58'​)) or [[阿陀那]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​96.xml+id('​b963f-9640-90a3'​)) appropriating consciousness,​ as that which holds together, or is the reification for another [[rebirth]];​ [[第一識]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​authorities?​q=%E7%AC%AC%E4%B8%80%E8%AD%98) the prime or [[supreme mind]] or consciousness;​ [[宅識]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​5b.xml+id('​b5b85-8b58'​)) abode (of) consciousness. In the interpretations derived from the [[Awakening of Mahāyāna Faith]] and so forth, it is known as the [[無垢識]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​71.xml+id('​b7121-57a2-8b58'​)) [[unsullied consciousness]],​ i.e. the Tathāgata. 〔[[成唯識論]] [[T 1585]].31.7c15 - http://​21dzk.l.u-tokyo.ac.jp/​SAT/​T1585_,​31,​0007c13:​1585_,​31,​0008a13.html〕 ​
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 +[[cmuller]]
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 +The [[Cheng weishi lun]] also describes the ālayavijñāna as '​store'​ as having three connotations '​storer,' ​  '​that which is stored,'​ and 'that which is appropriated.' ​
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 +See [[藏三義]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​85.xml+id('​b85cf-4e09-7fa9'​)). [cmuller]
 +
 +===== References of ālayavijñāna - 阿賴耶識 - ālàiyé shì =====
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 +Brown, Brian Edward. ​ The Buddha Nature: A Study of Tathāgatagarbha and ālayavijñāna . Delhi: ​ 1991, 1994.
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 +Frauwallner,​ Erich. ​ " Amalavijñānam und ālayavijñānam ." Festschrift Walther Schübring: Beiträge zur indischen. Philologie und Alterkumskunde. Hamburg: ​ 1951.
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 +Osaki, Akiko. ​ "​Jung'​s collective unconsciousness and the ālayavijñāna ." Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies . Tokyo: ​ vol. 35.1, 1986.
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 +[[Rahula, Walpola]]. ​ " ālayavijñāna ." Mahābodhi. Colombo: ​ vol. 72, 1964.
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 +Sastri, N. Aiyaswami. ​ "Store consciousness (ālayavijñāna)—a ground concept of the Yogâcāra Buddhism."​ Bulletin of Tibetology. vol. 9.1, 1972.
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 +Schmithausen,​ Lambert. ​ Ālayavijñāna:​ On the Origin and the Early Development of a Central Concept of Yogâcāra. Philosophy. Tokyo: ​ International Institute for Buddhist Studies, ​ 1977. Studia Philologica Buddhica Monograph Series.
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 +Tokiwa, Gishin. ​ "The ālayavijñāna of the śraddhôtpāda."​ Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies. Tokyo: ​ vol. 23.1, 1974.
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 +Waldron, William S.  "How Innovative is the Ālayavijñāna?​ The Ālayavijñāna in the Context of Canonical and Abhidharma Vijñāna Theory, Part I." Journal of Indian Philosophy. vol. 22, 1994.
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 +The Buddhist Unconscious:​ The ālaya-vijñāna in the Context of Indian Buddhist Thought. London: ​ RoutledgeCurzon, ​ 2003.
 +
 +Weinstein, Stanley. ​ "The Ālaya-vijñāna in Early Yogâcāra Buddhism—a Comparison of the Meaning in the [[Saṃdhinirmocana-sūtra]]. and Vijñapti-mātratā-siddhi. of Dharmapāla."​ Transactions of the International Conference of Orientalists in Japan. Tokyo: ​ Toho Gakkai, ​ 1958.
 +
 +[cmuller]
 +
 +Search SAT for ālayavijñāna - 阿賴耶識 - ālàiyé shì - http://​21dzk.l.u-tokyo.ac.jp/​SAT/​key:​%E9%98%BF%E8%B3%B4%E8%80%B6%E8%AD%98
 +
 +===== Notes on ālayavijñāna - 阿賴耶識 - ālàiyé shì  =====
 +
 +1. The apparent synonym [[阿梨耶識]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​96.xml+id('​b963f-68a8-8036-8b58'​)) usually has special connotations,​ so that entry needs to be consulted when that form of Chinese is used.
 +
 +2. See the entry [[間斷]] http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​95.xml+id('​b9593-65b7'​)
 +
 +===== Dictionary References on ālayavijñāna - 阿賴耶識 - ālàiyé shì  =====
 +
 +Bukkyō jiten (Ui) 14
 +
 +Bulgyo sajeon 549a
 +
 +Zengaku daijiten (Komazawa U.) 11a
 +
 +Iwanami bukkyō jiten 16
 +
 +Japanese-English Buddhist Dictionary (Daitō shuppansha) 10b/11
 +
 +Japanese-English Zen Buddhist Dictionary (Yokoi) 13
 +
 +Zen Dust (Sasaki) 312
 +
 +Bukkyōgo daijiten (Nakamura) 10d
 +
 +Bukkyō daijiten (Mochizuki) (v.1-6)100b,​38a,​119c,​142b,​4208c
 +
 +Bukkyō daijiten (Oda) 41-2*23-1-5*689-1-6
 +
 +Fo Guang Dictionary 3676
 +
 +[[Buddhist Chinese-Sanskrit Dictionary]] ([[Hirakawa]]) 1208
 +
 +Sanskrit-Tibetan Index for the [[Yogâcārabhūmi-śāstra]] (Yokoyama and Hirosawa)
 +
 +Copyright provisions
 +
 +The rights to textual segments (nodes) of the DDB are owned by the author indicated in the brackets next to each segment. For rights regarding the compilation as a whole, please contact Charles Muller. Please do not reproduce without permission. And please do not copy into Wikipedia without proper citation!
 +
 +Entry created: 1993-09-01
 +Updated: 2010-01-13
 +
 +[[Fair Use]] Source: http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​96.xml+id('​b963f-8cf4-8036-8b58'​)
 +
 +----
 +
 +藏識 zàngshì
 +
 +===== Pronunciations of 藏識 zàngshì ===== 
 +[py] zàngshì
 +
 +[wg] tsang-shih
 +
 +[hg] 장식
 +
 +[mc] jangsik
 +
 +[mr] changsik
 +
 +[kk] ゾウシキ
 +
 +[hb] zōshiki
 +
 +[qn] tạng thức
 +
 +
 +
 +===== Basic Meaning ​ of 藏識 zàngshì ===== 
 +
 +to store consciousness
 +
 +===== Senses ​ of 藏識 zàngshì ===== 
 +
 +The [[container consciousness]];​ the [[eighth consciousness]],​ or [[ālaya-vijñāna]] as taught by the [[Yogâcāra]] or [[Consciousness-Only School]] or [[Mind-Only School]]. See [[阿賴耶識]] (http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​96.xml+id('​b963f-8cf4-8036-8b58'​))([[Skt.]] [[vijñānâlaya]]). 〔成唯識論 [[T 1585]].31.7c24 - http://​21dzk.l.u-tokyo.ac.jp/​SAT/​T1585_,​31,​0007c22:​1585_,​31,​0008a22.html〕 ​
 +
 +[[cmuller]];​ source(s): [[Nakamura]],​ JEBD, Hirakawa]
 +
 +Search SAT - http://​21dzk.l.u-tokyo.ac.jp/​SAT/​key:​%E8%97%8F%E8%AD%98
 +
 +
 +===== Dictionary References of 藏識 zàngshì =====
 +
 +Bukkyō jiten (Ui) 670
 +
 +Bulgyo sajeon 762a
 +
 +Iwanami bukkyō jiten 512
 +
 +A Glossary of Zen Terms (Inagaki) 72
 +
 +Japanese-English Buddhist Dictionary (Daitō shuppansha) 339b/376
 +
 +Bukkyōgo daijiten (Nakamura) 883d
 +
 +Ding Fubao Buddhist Chinese-Sanskrit Dictionary (Hirakawa) 1029
 +
 +Bukkyō daijiten (Mochizuki) (v.1-6)100c,​3025b
 +
 +Bukkyō daijiten (Oda) 676-1
 +
 +Copyright provisions
 +
 +The rights to textual segments (nodes) of the DDB are owned by the author indicated in the brackets next to each segment. For rights regarding the compilation as a whole, please contact Charles Muller. Please do not reproduce without permission. And please do not copy into Wikipedia without proper citation!
 +
 +Entry created: 1993-09-01
 +Updated: 2010-07-06
 +
 +[[Fair Use]] Source: http://​www.buddhism-dict.net/​cgi-bin/​xpr-ddb.pl?​q=%E8%97%8F%E8%AD%98
  
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