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omnipresent mental factors

sarvatraga-chaitta (Skt); sem jung kun dro (Tib); sems byung kun ‘gro (Wyl)

One of the six groups of mental factors, these accompany every main mind. There are five: feeling, discrimination, intention, mental engagement and contact.