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By Sujin Boriharnwanaket

A Survey of Paramattha Dhammas is a advisor to the advance of the Buddha's direction of knowledge, masking all elements of human lifestyles and human behaviour, strong and undesirable. This examine explains that correct knowing is necessary for psychological improvement, the improvement of calm in addition to the advance of perception the writer describes intimately all psychological phenomena (citta and cetasika), and actual phenomena (rupa) and explains the procedures of psychological phenomena that event gadgets in the course of the sense-doors and the mind-door. The final chapters are within the type of questions and solutions and care for the difficulties one may well face within the improvement of perception. For precision many Pali phrases are used yet however the publication might be liked by means of either newcomers and in addition to those that have extra heritage wisdom.

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When he realizes the aspect of dukkha, the citta is being led unto nibbåna, cessation, by the influence of desirelessness emancipation. When he realizes the aspect of anattå, he is being led unto nibbåna, cessation, by the influence of voidness emancipation. ******** 11 Minor Anthologies, “As it was said”, the Twos, Ch 2, VII. Våna means weaving or craving. Ni is a particle meaning negation. Another etymology: vå is blowing. Nibbåna is blowing out, extinction. 12 The five khandhas are rúpakkhandha (rúpa), vedanåkkhandha (feeling), saññåkkhandha (remembrance or perception), saòkhårakkhandha, including all cetasikas except feeling and saññå, and viññåùakkhandha, including all cittas.

Hence well might the many folk be repelled by it, cease to fancy it and 28 wish to be free from it. “Yet this, monks, what we call thought, what we call mind, what we call consciousness (citta), by this the untaught manyfolk are not able to feel repelled, they are not able to cease fancying it or to be freed from it. Why so? For many a long day, monks, has it been for the uninstructed many folk that to which they cling, that which they call “mine”, that which they wrongly conceive, thinkingthat is mine, this I am, this is myself.

The citta that experiences tangible object impinging on the body-sense clearly knows the different characteristics of tangible object. It knows, for example, the characteristic of cold of the air, cold of the water, or cold of the weather. It knows the characteristic of silk or of wool that touches the body-sense. Someone said that while he was standing on the road there was mindfulness of the characteristic of hardness that appeared. He thought that this was hardness of the road, hardness of the shoes and hardness of the stockings.

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