All-accomplishing wisdom (Skt. kṛtyānuṣṭhānajñāna; Tib. བྱ་བ་གྲུབ་པའི་ཡེ་ཤེས་, Wyl. bya ba grub pa'i ye shes) — one of the five wisdoms. Like a doctor who diagnoses a disease by taking the patient’s pulse and then does all he can to treat and remedy the disease, the buddhas, with their all-accomplishing wisdom, consider beings and the ways by which they might benefit them, and then appear spontaneously and effortlessly, without change or exertion, to benefit those beings.
bya ba grub pa'i ye shes - all-accomplishing wisdom; krtyanusthana-jnana; pristine awareness in which everything is spontaneously fulfilled;] the wisdom of all-accomplishing action, action accomplishing wisdom [RY]
ye shes - wisdom, original wakefulness. Basic cognizance independent of intellectual constructs. There are also the five wisdoms, aspects of how the cognitive quality of buddha nature functions: the dharmadhatu wisdom, mirror-like wisdom, wisdom of equality, discriminating wisdom and all-accomplishing wisdom [RY]
timeless awareness as spontaneous fulfillment/ of ensured fulfillment/ in which everything is spontaneously fulfilled [RB]
- the wisdom of all-accomplishing action
- pristine cognition of accomplishment (Gyurme Dorje)
- timeless awareness as spontaneous fulfillment/of ensured fulfillment/in which everything is spontaneously fulfilled (Lama Chökyi Nyima)