By Sujin Boriharnwanaket
A Survey of Paramattha Dhammas is a consultant to the improvement of the Buddha's direction of knowledge, masking all features of human lifestyles and human behaviour, sturdy and undesirable. This research explains that correct figuring out is critical for psychological improvement, the advance 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 event gadgets in the course of the sense-doors and the mind-door. The final chapters are within the kind of questions and solutions and care for the difficulties one could face within the improvement of perception. For precision many Pali phrases are used yet however the e-book will be preferred by way of either novices and in addition to those that have extra heritage wisdom.
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Rúpa is a condition for the arising of other rúpas. Rúpa conditions the arising of citta when it is vatthu, physical base of citta, and when it is the object of citta. All this evolves according to the nature of the paramattha dhammas that are conditioned by way of co-nascence-condition and by other conditions. Citta and cetasika are co-nascence-condition for the rúpa that arises simultaneously with them immediately at the arising moment of citta. Each moment of citta can be subdivided into three extremely short moments: the arising moment (uppåda khaùa) the moment of presence (tiììhi khaùa), when it has not fallen away yet the moment of dissolution (bhanga khaùa) Citta cannot direct the arising of rúpa.
12 The five khandhas are rúpakkhandha (rúpa), vedanåkkhandha (feeling), saññåkkhandha (remembrance or perception), saòkhårakkhandha, including all cetasikas except feeling and saññå, and viññåùakkhandha, including all cittas. 13 So long as there are defilements there are conditions for rebirth. When all defilements have been eradicated, there is the end of the cycle of birth and death, and then the khandhas do not arise again. 14 Minor Anthologies, “As it was said”, the Twos, Ch 2, VII, and its commentary.
Even when they meet someone who is full of defilements they can still have loving-kindness, compassion or equanimity because of their accumulations of wholesomeness. Whereas the world of someone else may be a world of hatred, annoyance, anger and displeasure, according to his accumulations. Thus, in reality, each person is all the time his own world. It seems that we are all living together in the same world. However, in reality all the different rúpas (material phenomena) that appear through the eyes, ears, nose, tongue, body-sense and mind, all those different phenomena could not appear and be of such importance, if there were no citta, the element that experiences them.