from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Done with or requiring little effort; effortless.
- adj. Not tilled or cultivated.
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- adj. Alternative spelling of unlaboured.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not produced by labor or toil.
- adj. Not cultivated; untitled.
- adj. Not laboriously produced, or not evincing labor.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not produced by labor or toil.
- Not cultivated by labor; not tilled.
- Spontaneous; voluntary; natural; hence, easy; free; not cramped or stiff: as, an unlabored style.
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“Hello,” she called in an infuriatingly unlabored voice.
With the attainment of unlabored (rtsol-med) bodhichitta, which arises without such reliance, we become bodhisattvas.
Moreover, both stages of practice are carried out with a mind that has both valid cognition of voidness and an unlabored bodhichitta aim.
Therefore, having made (your body and mind) be neither too tight nor too tense, first expel a little air and then set your breathing into unlabored exhaling and inhaling.
Its unelevated, unlabored language makes clear the sense in which the characters are just like us.
We achieve a Mahayana building-up pathway mind when we attain, in addition, unlabored bodhichitta.
In this sense, our certitude in understanding the sixteen is unlabored, although it derives from a line of reasoning.
Only when we meditate in a natural, relaxed, unlabored state, without striving for anything special to happen, do the boon experiences occur.
The only definitional bodhichitta is the unlabored variety.
Depending on our situations and motivations, we achieve one or the other of the two Hinayana building-up pathway minds when we attain unlabored (rtsol-med) renunciation as our primary motivation in life.