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Abhidhamma (Pali) : Mind for Mind-and-Matter

Post by yawares » Sat Aug 25, 2012 3:22 am

Dear Members,

:candle: Abhidhamma (Pali) : Mind for Mind-and-Matter :candle:
[Posted By: Dr.Han Tun @ SariputtaDhamma/JTN/Mult]

The following are the passages from Pa.t.thaana Paa.li Chanting to support the
presentation by Tep. You can also hear the voice of the late Sayadaw Dr

01. Hetupaccayao

http://patthana.blogspot.com/2008/03/02 ... ccayo.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

hetu hetusampayuttakaana.m dhammaana.m ta.msamu.t.thaanaana~nca ruupaana.m
hetupaccayena paccayo


01. Root Condition (Hetu Paccaya)

The six roots (lobha, dosa, moha, alobha, adosa, amoha) are related to the
cittas and the cetasikas associated with the roots and to the corporeality
produced by the cittas by root condition.


Root Condition: Just like the roots of a tree assist in the growth and
development of the trunk and its branches, so are the six hetu conditions.


17. Jhanapaccayo

http://patthana.blogspot.com/2008/04/18 ... ccayo.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;


jhaana"ngaati jhaanasampayuttakaana.m dhammaana.m
ta.msamu.thaanaana~nca ruupaana.m
jhaanapaccayena paccayo.


17. Jhaana Condition (Jhaana Paccaya)

The jhaana-factors are related to their concomitants (i.e. citta and cetasikas)
and to the citta that produced corporeality by Jhaana condition.


Jhaana Condition: Jhaana condition is similar to a very clear and distinct view
achieved by looking from a tree located on the mountain top.

:heart: Love Buddha's dhamma,
yawares/Dr.Han Tun :heart:

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