Pali: Dissociation Condition

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Pali: Dissociation Condition

Post by yawares » Fri Sep 07, 2012 1:14 pm

Dear Members,

:candle: Pali: Dissociation Condition :candle:
[Presented by Dr.Han Tun,MD.@ SariputtaDhamma/JTN/Mult]

The following is the passage from Pa.t.thaana Chanting to support the
presentation by Tep. You can also hear the voice of the late Sayadaw Dr

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(i) ruupino dhammaa aruupiina.m dhammaana.m vippayuttapaccayena paccayo.

(ii) aruupino dhammaa ruupiina.m dhammaana.m vippayuttapaccayena paccayo.


20. Dissociation Condition (Vippayutta Paccaya)

i. Corporeal phenomena (dhammas) are related to mental phenomena by dissociation

ii. Mental phenomena are related to corporeal phenomena by dissociation


Dissociation Condition: Vippayutta condition resembles that of the co-existent
dissociation of combining six flavours. [Han: Here, the simile given in the CMA
is more clear: This is like a mixture of water and oil, which remains separate
though placed together

:heart: Love Buddha's dhamma,
yawares/sirikanya :heart:

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