Sprul

Some articles on sprul:

Tulpa
... Tulpa (Wylie sprul-pa Sanskrit निर्मित nirmita and निर्माण nirmāṇa "to build" or "to construct") is an upaya concept in Tibetan Buddhism and Bon, discipline and teaching tool ... Sanskrit Sangsara that of an incarnate deity, like the Dalai or Tashi Lama, they call a Tul-ku (Sprul-sku), and that of a magician a Tul-pa (Sprul-pa), meaning a magically produced illusion or creation ...
Tulkus - Nomenclature and Etymology
... The word སྤྲུལ or 'sprul' (Modern Lhasa Tibetan ) was originally a verb in Old Tibetan literature, found at 敦煌/Dunhuang, and was used to describe the བཙན་པོ་ btsanpo ('e ... So the 'sprul' idea of taking a corporeal form is a local religious idea alien to Indian Buddhism and other forms of Buddhism (e.g ... sprul' became part of a compound noun, སྤྲུལ་སྐུ་'sprul.sku' ("incarnation body" or 'tülku', and 'btsan', the term for the imperial ...
Herbert V. Günther - Travels To India
... to His Holiness the Incarnate Lama Ka-thog dbon sprul-sku the Incarnate Lama Dar-mdo-sprul-sku Thub-bstan Ihun-grub legs-bzang of 'Bras sprungs Blo gsal-gling rgyal-rong and ...
Three Vajras - Five Fundamental Aspects of An Enlightened Being - Emanation Theory and The Five Fundamental Aspects of An Enlightened Being
... emanation' (Sanskrit nirmana, nirmanakaya Tibetan sprul-sku, sprul-pa) theory is fundamentally related to the five fundamental aspects of an enlightened being mind emanation thugs kyi ...
Dorje Shugden - Retinue and Mandala
... According to Nebresky-Wojkowitz "In the East resides the 'body emanation' (sku'i sprul pa) Zhi ba'i rgyal chen, white with a mild expression" (Vairochana Shugden) "In the South dwells 'emanation ...