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10. Vedanà or Feeling Feeling or, as some prefer to say, sensation, is a mental state common to all types of consciousness. Chiefly there are three kinds of feelings—namely, ‘somanassa’ (pleasurable), ‘domanassa’ (displeasurable), and ‘upekkhà’ (indifferent, neutral, equanimity or neither pleasurable nor displeasurable). With ‘dukkha’ (physical pain) and ‘sukha’ (physical happiness) there are altogether five kinds of feelings. Somanassa is an abstract noun formed of ‘su’, good, and ‘mana’, mind.
Upekkhà-sahagataü ¤àõavippayuttaü sasaïkhàrikam’ ekan’ ti Imàni aññha’ pi sahetuka kàmàvacarakusalacittàni nàma. _______ 52 _______ (Aññha Kàmàvacara Vipàka Cittàni) _______ 9. Somanassa-sahagataü ¤àõasampayuttaü asaïkhàrikam ekaü, 10. Somanassa-sahagataü ¤àõasampayuttaü sasaïkhàrikam ekaü, 11. Somanassa-sahagataü ¤àõavippayuttaü asaïkhàrikam ekaü, 12. Somanassa-sahagataü ¤àõavippayuttaü sasaïkhàrikam ekaü, 13. Upekkhà-sahagataü ¤ànasampayuttaü asaïkhàrikam ekaü, 14. Upekkhà-sahagataü ¤àõasampayuttaü sasaïkhàrikam ekaü, 15.
38. 48 27. Thought-Process— The subject, the consciousness, receives objects from within and without. When a person is in a state of profound sleep his mind is said to be vacant, or, in other words, in a state of Bhavaïga. We always experience such a passive state when our minds do not respond to external objects. This flow of Bhavaïga is interrupted when objects enter the mind. Then the Bhavaïga consciousness vibrates for one thought-moment and passes away. Thereupon the sense-door consciousness (Pa¤cadvàràvajjana) arises and ceases.