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Saturday, June 24, Glimpse of Mind in Abhidhamma.
Glimpse of Mind in Abhidhamma Abhidhamma is colossal and any attempt at simplifying it is difficult, simply because of the fact that Abhidhamma in Buddhist terminology is an attempt to finely describe the working of the Mind. This analysis is the basis for expounding the very nature of existence of the being Bhava conditioned by Anitta impermanenceDukka unsatisfactoriness based on impermanence and hence Anatma selflessness.
The expression abhidhqmma this at fine mental formation is Upppada beginning gli,pses, Thithi rising to a peak and Bhanga dissolution of one thought moment to another with similar beginning, crescendo and dissolution; i.
This formation does not end at physical death but extends into the next round of existence in Bhava. The mental process is described as a stream Pf Sota which invariably accompany the being. One experiences only one thought moment at any particular time. No two thought moments coexist.
Each thought moment hangs onto some kind of object. No consciousness arises without an object either physical or mental. When a person is fast asleep and is in a dreamless state he experiences a kind of consciousness which is more passive than active note no mention about subconsciousness in Abhidhamma akin to Freudian analysis. It is similar to consciousness at the time of conception and at the final moment of death. This type of consciousness in Abhidhamma term is Bhavanga.
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Arising and perishing it flows on like a stream not remaining the same for two consecutive thought moments. According to Abhidhamma no two type of conscious and subconscious of consciousness exist. Bhavanga is not a sub-plane but a continuous stream of existence. In Abhidhamma the word that aptly describe the state of the mind is Javana running.
This Javana thought moment lasts seven thought moments or at times of death five thought moments. Javana state is arrested by Thadarammana when an object physical or mental of attention is registered by the thought process and consists of two thought moments.
The death occurs immediately after the Cuti consciousness. Though, with death, the physical body disintegrates and the flow of consciousness temporarily ceases yet the stream is not annihilated as the Kammic force that propels it remains. As Patisandhi relinking is the initial thought moment of life so Cuti the final thought moment.
They are the entrance and exist of a particular life. So the Samsara is the conditional existence sort glimpsse cause and effect abhifhamma of beings, all inclusive not only human but Deva and Preta included and the goal of Buddhist Practice is to strive for Unconditional Existence of the Mental Culture not a zero sum game or state of Bliss without attachment Tanha. Impulse has to be above the threshold value.
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That causes to arise sensation from the sense object. Perception of glimpsees sensation as agreeable, disagreeable or neutral. Volitional Cetana attachment Tanha to that Citta i. Momentary focus of attention to that state of Mind.
Brings to life the mental phenomenon associated with that state of mind within the Mind or arise from sense organ. Attention to the same until another Citta thought process begins. Upppda, Thiti and Bhanga process recurs in an undulating form in each thought moment of the present. In terms of the life process, Patisandhi, Bhavanga and Cuti operate, in the ever recurring Samsara Cycle.
Javana is the most important of all where the free will operates and the action good or bad falls into either Kusala or Akusala Kamma. One owns or inherits the merits or demerits of his or her action or deed.
Thought process has 17 thought moments and Javana has 7 thought moments and Tadarammana has two thought moments and the rest of the eight thought moments are given separate names starting from Atita Bhavanga to Votthappana ending in Javana and Tadarammana.
This in essence embodies the basic tenets of Abhidhamma but does not include all the finer classifications. Posted by Asoka at Newer Post Older Post Home.
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