A Survey of Paramattha Dhammas by Sujin Boriharnwanaket

By Sujin Boriharnwanaket

A Survey of Paramattha Dhammas is a consultant to the improvement of the Buddha's course of knowledge, protecting all elements of human existence and human behaviour, stable and undesirable. This learn explains that correct knowing is essential for psychological improvement, the improvement 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 procedures of psychological phenomena that adventure items during the sense-doors and the mind-door. The final chapters are within the kind 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 ebook may be liked through either newcomers and in addition to those that have extra historical past wisdom.

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He taught the true nature of each dhamma and he explained that whatever dhamma arises has conditions for its arising. The dhammas that arise are saòkhåra dhammas, conditioned dhammas. We know that there are citta, cetasika and rúpa, because they arise, and they arise because of the appropriate conditions. Hence citta, cetasika and rúpa are saòkhåra dhammas 23. The Buddha’s teaching is complete as to the letter and the meaning. The Buddha gave further explanations of Dhamma subjects the meaning of which people could misunderstand.

Do you listen to it. And what, monks, are the five khandhas? Any rúpa, be it past, future or present, inward or outward, gross or subtle, inferior or superior, far or near--that is called rúpakkhandha. Any feeling, any perception, any group of “activities” (or “formations”, saòkhårakkhandha), any consciousness, be it past, future or present, inward or outward, gross or subtle, inferior or superior, far or near, that is called viññåùakkhandha. These five, monks, are called the five khandhas. And what, monks, are the five khandhas that have to do with grasping (upådåna khandhas)?

The person who has realized the noble Truths and experiences nibbåna for the first time when he attains enlightenment, is a stream-winner, sotåpanna. The sotåpanna has eradicated wrong view (diììhi) and doubt about the characteristics of realities. When the sotåpanna has developed paññå further he can reach the second stage of enlightenment, the stage of the once-returner, sakadågåmí. Then he realizes the noble Truths to the degree of that stage and experiences nibbåna again. The more coarse attachment to visible object, sound, odour, flavour and tangible object is eradicated at that stage.

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