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By Bhikkhu Bodhi

This smooth translation of the Abhidhammattha Sangaha (Manual of Abhidhamma) bargains an advent to Buddhism's primary philosophical psychology. initially written within the eleventh or twelfth century, the Sangaha has served because the key to knowledge held within the Abhidhamma. Concisely surveyed are Abhidhamma's primary issues, together with states of recognition and psychological elements, the services and procedures of the brain, the fabric global, based coming up, and the equipment and levels of meditation. This offers an actual translation of the Sangaha along the unique Pali textual content. a close, explanatory consultant with greater than forty charts and tables lead readers in the course of the complexities of Adhidhamma. This replaces 9552401038.

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2. One consciousness, accompanied by joy, associated with knowledge, prompted. 3. One consciousness, accompanied by joy, dissociated from knowledge, unprompted. 40 1. Compendium of Consciousness 4. One consciousness, accompanied by joy, dissociated from knowledge, prompted. 5. One consciousness, accompanied by equanimity, associated with knowledge, unprompted. 6. One consciousness, accompanied by equanimity, associated with knowledge, prompted. 7. One consciousness, accompanied by equanimity, dissociated from knowledge, unprompted.

Accompanied by displeasure (domanassasahagata): The feeling that accompanies states of consciousness rooted in hatred is displeasure. The Pāḷi word domanassa, derived from du- = “bad” and manas- = “mind,” signifies unpleasant mental feeling. This feeling accompanies only consciousness rooted in hatred, and such consciousness is necessarily accompanied by this feeling. Thus, displeasure, or unpleasant mental feeling, is always unwholesome; in this respect, it differs from unpleasant physical (bodily) feeling, which is karmically indeterminate, and from joy and equanimity, which may be wholesome, unwholesome, or indeterminate.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Somanassasahagataṁ ñāṇasampayuttaṁ asaṁkhārikam ekaṁ. Somanassasahagataṁ ñāṇasampayuttaṁ sasaṁkhārikam ekaṁ. Somanassasahagataṁ ñāṇavippayuttaṁ asaṁkhārikam ekaṁ. Somanassasahagataṁ ñāṇavippayuttaṁ sasaṁkhārikam ekaṁ. Upekkhāsahagataṁ ñāṇasampayuttaṁ asaṁkhārikam ekaṁ. Upekkhāsahagataṁ ñāṇasampayuttaṁ sasaṁkhārikam ekaṁ. Upekkhāsahagataṁ ñāṇavippayuttaṁ asaṁkhārikam ekaṁ. Upekkhāsahagataṁ ñāṇavippayuttaṁ sasaṁkhārikam ekan ti. Imāni aṭṭha pi sahetuka-kāmāvacara-kusalacittāni nāma.

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