Constituted by or established by itself (adjective)
WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.
Use "self-established" in a sentence
"If it were findable, that would prove self-established existence (inherent existence), and that is what is being refuted here by Prasangika."
"So it is very important to investigate whether or not there is something on the side of objects as the backing support when our minds are aimed at those objects as if they had self-established existence."
"On the other hand, if we can perceive things in a nonconceptual way as being devoid of self-established existence or identities, then when we arise from that state, we can subsequently see all things to be like an illusion."