Abhijñā (Skt., Pali, abhiññā; Tib., mngon shes, མངོན་ཤེས་) has been translated generally as `knowing,` `direct knowing` and `direct knowledge` or, at times more technically, as `higher knowledge` and `supernormal knowledge.` In Buddhism, such knowing and knowledge is obtained through virtuous living and meditation....
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in Buddhist philosophy, miraculous power obtained especially through meditation and wisdom. Usually five kinds of abhijna are enumerated: the ability ...
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