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By Sujin Boriharnwanaket

A Survey of Paramattha Dhammas is a advisor to the advance of the Buddha's course of knowledge, masking all features of human lifestyles and human behaviour, sturdy and undesirable. This research explains that correct realizing is necessary for psychological improvement, the advance 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 approaches of psychological phenomena that adventure gadgets during the sense-doors and the mind-door. The final chapters are within the type of questions and solutions and care for the difficulties one might face within the improvement of perception. For precision many Pali phrases are used yet however the publication might be liked by way of either rookies and in addition to those that have extra historical past wisdom.

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It is free from khandha (khandha vimutta) The term khandha refers to the dhamma that can be described as past, future or present, internal or external, gross or subtle, inferior or superior, far or near. Hence khandha is sankhata dhamma, the dhamma that is conditioned, which arises and falls away, and thus, it can be described as past, present, future, etc. Whereas asankhata dhamma, nibbåna, is the dhamma that does not arise, that is unconditioned 37. It cannot be said of nibbåna that it has arisen, that it has not yet arisen, or that it will arise.

What is life-continuum, bhavanga-citta? 2. When is there citta that is called “that which is pure” (paùèara)? And why is it so called? 3. For the arising of which realities can citta and cetasika be a condition? 4. For the arising of which realities can rúpa be a condition? 5. How many stages of enlightenment, that is, of realizing the noble Truths, are there? 6. What is the rúpa that is base, vatthu-rúpa? 7. What is åyatana, and which are in particular the åyatanas? 8. What is co-nascence-condition, sahajåta-paccaya?

This is true for each citta: it arises, experiences an object just for an extremely short moment and then it falls away very rapidly. When one has right understanding of the citta that sees, the citta that hears or the citta that thinks, satipaììhåna can arise and be aware of the characteristic of citta at that moment, and it can be known as the reality, the element, that experiences something. Paññå can be developed in conformity with the Dhamma the Buddha taught. Then paññå can penetrate the characteristics of realities, so that the four noble Truths can be realized and defilements can be eradicated at the different stages of enlightenment.

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