5 Aggregates: form (fleeting, interdependent, composite. Feeling (dependence, impermanence, changeability), perception (changeability, impermanence, unreliability), formation (impulsive, transitory, momentary), consciousness (entirely dependent on the other four aggregates).
5 Buddha Families: Vairochana, Akshobhya, Ratnasambhava, Amitabha, Amogasiddhi.
5 Commandments: abstain from killing, abstain from stealing, abstain from adultery, abstain from lying, abstain from intoxicating liquors.
5 Fetters: belief in individuality, skepticism, clinging to rites and rules, craving/desire, hatred.
5-Fold Path of Mahamudra: meditation on bodhicitta, deity yoga, guru yoga, mahamudra practice, dedication of merit.
5 False Views: viewing one's own mind and body as a possession, believing that life ends with death or that life persists after death in some unchanging form, denial of the law of cause and effect, adhering to misconceptions and viewing them as truth, while regarding inferior views as superior, viewing erroneous practices or precepts as the correct way to enlightenment.
5 Precepts: no killing, not stealing, no sexual misconduct no lying, no intoxicants.
5 Powers: faith/confidence, energy/effort, mindfulness, concentration, wisdom.
5 Heinous Crimes: killing one's father, mother or an arhat, attempt to wound a Buddha, causing division in the sangha.
5 Hindrances: sense craving, anger/ill will, sloth/torpor, restlessness/worry, doubt.
5 Mental States: anger (hatred/aggression), craving, ignorance, jealousy, pride.
5 Offerings of Sensual Enjoyment: sight/form, sound, smell, taste, touch.
5 Virtues: faith, mindfulness, energy, concentration, wisdom.
5 Recollections: no escape from old age, no escape from ill health, no escape from death, no escape from separation, no escape from one's deeds.
5 Eyes of the Buddha: physical eyes, divine eyes (perception of divine beings), wisdom eyes (perception of the two vehicles Sravakas and Pratyekabuddhas), Dharma eyes (perception of the bodhisattvas), Buddha eyes (perception of the Buddha).
5 Expedient Means: calling the Buddha's name to attain rebirth in the Pure Land, visualizing the form of the Buddha to eradicate misconducts, realizing that all perception is mind-only, transcending mind and its objects of perception, the perfect understanding of origination.
5-fold Cause and Effect (cause and effect in terms of): object of belief, differentiation, equality, accomplishment of practice, entry of realization.
5-fold Method of Commentary: explanation of the title, definition of its body or substance, determining its principle, consideration of its function or applicability, ascertaining its teaching.
5 Hellish Sins: patricide, matricide, murder of an arhat, injury to a buddha, creating a schism in the sangha.
5 Levels of Achievement: subjectivity, objectivity, non-action (from which action emerges), inter-fusion of action and non-action, freedom from both action and non-action.
5 Levels of Discernment: dismissing the false, preserving the real, relinquishing the diffused, retaining the pure, gathering in the extensions, returning to the source, suppressing the subordinate, manifesting the superior, dismissing the phenomenal aspects, realizing the true nature.
5 Meditations on Stopping the Mind: meditation on the vileness of the body, meditation on compassion, meditation on dependent origination, meditation on the correct discernment of the phenomenal world, breath-counting meditation.
5 Periods of the Buddha's Teachings: Flower Garland period (3 weeks), Agama period (12 years), Vaipulya period (8 years), Wisdom period (22 years), Lotus and Nirvana period (8 years).
5 Periods of Impurity: the kalpa in decay, suffers deterioration giving rise to, deterioration of view, egoism arises, passions and delusions of desire, anger, stupidity, pride and doubt arise, resulting in increase in misery, decrease in happiness, span of human life gradually decreases to ten years.
5 Stages of the Emergence of Thought: the desires of the mundane world, discrimination of opposites arising from thoughtless states, idles thoughts leading to more of the same, shameful thoughts upon realization that one's previous thoughts have been idle, quietude where one is free from thoughts of desire, discrimination, idleness, shame.
5 Temptations: desire, anger/resentment, stupidity/foolishness, arrogance, doubt.
5 False Views: viewing one's own mind and body as one's own possession, believing that life ends with death/or that life persists after death in some eternal and unchanging form, denying the law of cause and effect, adhering to misconceptions and viewing them as truth, while regarding inferior views as superior, viewing erroneous practices or precepts as the correct way to enlightenment.