avidya

In Hinduism and Buddhism, a lack of understanding of the true nature of reality. In Buddhism it also means a lack of understanding of the Four Noble Truths. In its wider sense it denotes the root of...
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Avidya

(Skr.) Nescience; ignorance; the state of mind unaware of true reality; an equivalent of maya (q.v.); also a condition of pure awareness prior to the universal process of evolution through gradual differentiation into the elements and factors of knowledge. -- K.F.L.
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Avidyā

[Buddhism] Avidyā (Sanskrit; Pāli: avijjā; Tibetan phonetic: ma rigpa) is commonly translated as `ignorance` or `delusion`. It can be defined as not understanding the full meaning and implication of the four noble truths or as a fundamental misunderstanding of the nature of reality. Avidyā is identified within the Buddhist teachings as ...
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Avidya

[Hinduism] Avidyā is a Sanskrit word whose literal meaning is `ignorance`, `delusion`, `unlearned`, `unwise` and opposite of, Vidya. It is used extensively in Hindu texts, including the Upanishads, and also in Buddhism. Avidyā, in all Dharmic systems, is a cognitive limitation to be overcome by each individual and does not imply a failure...
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Avidya

ignorance
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Avidya

Yoga word for ignorance.
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