Also with seeing consciousness there is Ekaggatā.
Generally speaking, Ekaggatā is also one of the Jhānaṅgas.
But when it accompanies seeing consciousness, it is not called
Jhānaṅga. It has no status of Jhāna. Although it is Ekaggatā,
one-pointedness, it is very, very weak. We have to understand
that although these Cetasikas are called Jhānaṅgas, when they
arise with these Cittas, they are not considered Jhānaṅgas.
Although the Cetasikas which are ordinarily Jhānaṅga factors
are found in the Dvipañcaviññāṇa Cittas, they are not
reckoned as Jhāna factors here. With the fivefold senseconsciousness
there arise Ekaggatā and Vedanā. Both
Ekaggatā and Vedanā are not called Jhānaṅga when they
accompany fivefold sense-consciousness.
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