By Sujin Boriharnwanaket
A Survey of Paramattha Dhammas is a advisor to the advance of the Buddha's course of knowledge, protecting all elements of human existence and human behaviour, reliable and undesirable. This examine explains that correct knowing is essential for psychological improvement, the advance of calm in addition to the improvement of perception the writer describes intimately all psychological phenomena (citta and cetasika), and actual phenomena (rupa) and explains the tactics of psychological phenomena that event gadgets 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 e-book should be preferred via either newbies and in addition to those that have extra heritage wisdom.
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When the Buddha attained enlightenment under the Bodhi-tree, he attained nibbåna with the khandhas remaining, sa-upådisesa nibbåna dhåtu. He completely eradicated defilements and all the dhammas (citta and cetasikas) accompanying defilements, so that they could never arise again. However, the khandhas were still remaining, namely, citta, cetasika (which were without defilements) and rúpa, arising and falling away in succession. We read in “As it was said” (Minor Anthologies, As it was said, the Twos, Ch II, VII) that the Buddha said to the monks: “Of what sort, monks, is nibbåna with the basis still remaining?
For everyone there is citta that arises just for a moment and is then succeeded by the next one, and this happens continuously. Thus, it seems that there is the whole wide world with many different people and things, but we should have right understanding of what the world is. We should know that realities appear one at a time, and that they appear only for one moment of citta. Since cittas arise and fall away, succeeding one another very rapidly, it seems that there is the world that does not disintegrate, the world that lasts, with beings, people and many different things.
Which paramattha dhamma is vedanåkkhandha (the khandha of feeling)? 9. Which khandha is not paramattha dhamma? 10. Which paramattha dhamma is not khandha? ******** 22 Book of Discipline IV, Mahåvagga, the Great Division, 38. Saòkhåra is derived from saòkhåroti, to combine, put together or compose. 24 Saòkhata is the past passive participle of saòkhåroti: what has been put together, composed. 25 Gradual Sayings I, Book of the Threes, Ch V, § 47. 26 Dhammasangaùi, Buddhist Psychological Ethics, Book III, Part I, Ch III, the Short Intermediate Set of Pairs.