རླུང

JH-ENG, JH-SKT, YOGA

vAyu

JH-ENG

wind; wind (element - *); wind (vital energy - prANa)

JH-OE

{C}air

JH-SKT, YOGA

vAta

JH-SKT

{LCh,MSA}*; {LCh}prANa; {LCh}*; {C}samIraNa

OT

[2734] ... 

1) 'byung ba bzhi'i ya gyal zhig ste/ yang zhing g.yo ba'i mtshan nyid can/ ... drod rlung/ ... char rlung/ ... shar rlung/ ... lho rlung/ ... 'jam rlung gdong par reg pa/ ... re ba rlung 'phyar/ ... drag rlung tshan tshan du langs pa/ ... dar dmar rlung 'phyo/ ... shing sdong chen po rlung gis sprugs pa/ ... dar lcog rlung bskyod/ ... bya sgro rlung khyer/ ... ming gi rnam grangs la kun 'du rnga dang/ 'gro ba'i ngang tshul/ 'gro ba'i srog rtag 'gro/ dri bzhon/ dri len/ dri'i shing rta/ rdul gyi kha lo pa/ nam mkha'i stobs/ nam mkha'i dbugs/ nam mkha'i srog gnas med/ ma mos 'phel/ g.yo byed/ reg ldan/ bsil byed bcas so/ 

2) 'byung ba rlung dang nam mkha'i khams las byung ba'i lus kyi cha shas yongs la zer zhing khams kyi rang bzhin dang chos mtshungs pa'i mtshan nyid drug dang ldan pa/ yul lus smad kyi dpyi sked la gnas shing rnam par ma gyur na dbugs 'byin rngubs dang/ las la bskyod pa/ shugs 'byin pa/ khrag la sogs pa'i dwangs ma rnams rang rang gi gnas su skyel ba/ mig la sogs pa'i dbang po gsal ba/ sems kyi bya ba rjes su 'dzin pa sogs kyi bya ba byed cing gzhan du rnam par gyur na srog rtsa dkar nag gi char gtogs pa'i nad kun kyang 'di las byung ba yin no/ ... pho rlung/ ... snying rlung/ ... 'og rlung/ ... khrag rlung/ ... 

3) rtsa thig rlung gsum gyi zlas phye ba'i rlung ste/ lus kyi rtsa thams cad du khyab pa'i 'byung lnga'i rang bzhin can/ mi shigs pa/ cha shas kun tshang ba/ de nyid g.yo ba'i cha nas rlung zhes bya'o/ ... rlung bsgoms nas nad gzhir gso bcos byed pa/ ... 4) 'tshig pa dang/ khro ba/ ... rlung langs po/ ...

JH-DEFT

མཚན་ཉིད ཡངཞིངགཡོ་བ

JH-DEFE

light and moving

JH-C

Comment: This is one of the four great elements ('byung bar gyur pa'i reg bya, tangible objects which are elements): earth (), water ( ཆུ), fire ( མེ), and wind (རླུང). In the Buddhist medical system, wind is one of the three problematics (nyes pa; doza), often mistranslated as "humours," but the "humours" are fluids as in the four elemental fluids of the body--blood, phlegm, black bile, and yellow bile. In Buddhist medicine the three problematics, which, when in balance, promote health and, when imbalanced, promote disease, are wind (རླུང), bile (mkhris pa), and phlegm (pad kan).

JH-EXT

rlung mkhris bad kan 'dus pa'i nad chen

JH-EXE

the great diseases of the assembly of wind, bile, and phlegm {GZ 69a.3}

DM

as a classification of diseases. Lag-len 253.1. Fundamentals 16.1 (item 16). 'Air' is one of the three primary humours which lie at the basis of the traditional pathology. It applies on the one hand to persons who show a preponderance of the 'air' humor. On the other, it is the principle of motility (g.yo ba) and thus applies to 'pressure' in every sense of the English word. 'Air' diseases are especially common in intellectuals. Kong-sprul/1 6: General conditions for the arising of 'air' disorders — an overactive mind; impurities in the blood' diarrhea & vomitting; too much serious thought; eating unnutritious (bcud med) food; thirst and coldness. Air diseases often lead or come at the end of other diseases, so close observation is necessary. General symptoms — Much yawning; broken sleep; dizziness; ringing in the ear; pains in the heart, upper body, waist and hip joint which trade place in an uncertain manner; chills & shivers migrate from one place to another; problems with the joints; flighty thoughts, soft coughing at night and when you get up in the morning. Although the pulse may be slow or fast, it is difficult to press down, like a coracel on top of the water. Sometimes the pulse settles down a little. The urine is thin and bluish, with lots of bubbles. The smell, taste and vapour are very little. If a fever is beginning, it has an orange color, but if it is clear and free of sediment, it is a rlung disorder. The tongue is red and dry with little bumps protruding slightly on the sides.

JV

prana, air element, movement, breeze, wind, air, vital energies, motility, breathing rate, motions, energy flows, vibration, moving forces, motor activity, SA ཆུའི་རླུང, མེའི་རླུང, གཟུང་བསྐྱེད་ཀྱི་རླུང, ཡེ་ཤེས་ཀྱི་རླུང, གཡོ་བ་རླུང, 1 of 3 body humors, SA སྲོག་འཛིན, gyen rgyu, khyab byed, me mnyam, thur sel, SA srog 'dzin, gyen rgyu, khyab byed, me mnyam, thur sel, energy-wind, psychic energy , breathing

IW

1) wind/ air ['byung ba bzhi'i ya gyal zhig ste, yang zhing gyo ba'i mtshan nyid can,.. Rod rlung,//char rlung,//shar rlung,//lho rlung,//'jam rlung gdong par reg pa,//re ba rlung 'phyar,//drag rlung tsan tsan du langs pa,//dar dmar rlung 'phyo,//shing sdong chen po rlung gis sprugs pa,//dar lcog rlung bskyod,//bya sgro rlung khyer,//ming gi rnam grangs la kun 'du rnga dang, 'gro ba'i ngang tshul, 'gro ba'i srog rtag 'gro, dri bzhon, dri len, dri'i shing rta, rdul gyi kha lo pa, nam mkha'i stobs, nam mkha'i dbugs, nam mkha'i srog gnas med, ma mos 'phel, gyo byed, reg ldan, bsil byed bcas so]; 

2) 'byung ba rlung dang nam mkha'i khams las byung ba'i lus kyi cha shas yongs la zer zhing khams kyi rang bzhin dang chos mtshungs pa'i mtshan nyid drug dang ldan pa, yul lus smad kyi dpyi sked la gnas shing rnam par ma gyur na dbugs 'byin rngubs dang, las la bskyod pa, shugs 'byin pa, khrag la sogs pa'i dvangs ma rnams rang rang gi gnas su skyel ba, mig la sogs pa'i dbang po gsal ba, sems kyi bya ba rjes su 'dzin pa sogs kyi bya ba byed cing gzhan du rnam par gyur na srog rtsa dkar nag gi char gtogs pa'i nad kun kyang 'di las byung ba yin no,//pho rlung,//snying rlung,//'og rlung,//khrag rlung,//

3) rtsa thig rlung gsum gyi zlas phye ba'i rlung ste, lus kyi rtsa thams cad du khyab pa'i 'byung lnga'i rang bzhin can, mi shigs pa, cha shas kun tsang ba, de nyid gyo ba'i cha nas rlung zhes bya'o,//rlung bsgoms nas nad gzhir gso bcos byed pa,//

4) 'tshig pa dang, khro ba,//rlung langs po. 

1) wind, air [element], breeze; 

2) breath, breathing, vital energy, vayu; 

3) prana [vital current of energy/ air] four pranayama [cf rtsa lung thig le energy channels, currents and seminal points]; 

4) anger. 

1) wind, air [element], breeze; 

2) breath, breathing, vital energy, vayu; 

3) prana [vital current of energy/ air] four pranayama; 

4) anger; 

5) nervousness

RB

(subtle) wind; subtle energy

RY

Prana. The 'winds' or energy-currents of the body. 

1) wind [element]. breeze. 

2) the breath, breathing, vital energy, air, vayu, 

3) prana [vital current of energy or air]. 

4) pranayama. (subtle) wind; subtle motile energy; psychic energy [prana], wind, air, [vayu]; vital energy; currents. pranas; [detailed expl., Light of Wisdom, Vol. 2, page 36]