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The Abhidhamma in Practice - Causality Part 1 The Abhidhamma teaches us that: 1.there are natural laws which govern the universe (niyaama dhammaa); 2.our mental and physical states arise dependent on causes — dependent origination (pa.ticca samuppaada); and 3.conditioning and influencing relationships exist between these effects and their causes (paccaya).
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Attempts to describe Bramhan - Part 4 Knowledge acquired from scriptures have little significance. They rise to their true potential only when comprehended. The first glimpse of Bramhan from Bramhasutras.
{written by : Sri Bimal Mohanty}


Attempts to describe Bramhan - Part 5 Bramhan is both pure bliss and tranquility, as well as continuous action, both modes being inherent to Him. The phenomenal world represents His continuous activity of creating things, observing it and then modifying it, all towards its final state of absolute perfection
{written by : Sri Bimal Mohanty}


Attempts to describe Bramhan - Part 6 Bramhan is the only single entity that is manifested in its myriad forms as this universe. The absolute bliss of calmness as well as intense action that upholds the creation are both aspects of the same Bramhan. Harmony in action is its nature.
{written by : Sri Bimal Mohanty}




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The Abhidhamma in Practice - Ruupa Part 1 The third reality or paramattha dhamma is ruupa, matter or material form. In its analysis of matter the Abhidhamma recognizes twenty-eight kinds of material phenomena. Four of these are called primary, twenty-four secondary. The secondary kinds are dependant on the primary.
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The Abhidhamma in Practice - Ruupa Part 4 The third reality or paramattha dhamma is ruupa, matter or material form. In its analysis of matter the Abhidhamma recognizes twenty-eight kinds of material phenomena. Four of these are called primary, twenty-four secondary. The secondary kinds are dependant on the primary.
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The Abhidhamma in Practice - Causality Part 2 The Abhidhamma teaches us that: 1.there are natural laws which govern the universe (niyaama dhammaa); 2.our mental and physical states arise dependent on causes — dependent origination (pa.ticca samuppaada); and 3.conditioning and influencing relationships exist between these effects and their causes (paccaya).
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The Abhidhamma in Practice - Nibbaana Nibbaana is the fourth ultimate reality (paramattha dhamma). Whereas the other three realities — consciousness (citta), mental formations (cetasikaa), and material phenomena (ruupa) — are conditioned, nibbaana is not. It is neither created nor formed.
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The Religion Of Silver Garuda The article describes Bonpo, the prebuddhist religion of Tibet.
{written by : Juraj Sipos}


The Abhidhamma in Practice - The Ultimate Realities The Abhidhamma deals with realities existing in an ultimate sense, called in Pali paramattha dhammaa. There are four such realities
{written by : N.K.G. Mendis}


The Abhidhamma in Practice - The Cetasikas Part 2 The second reality or paramattha dhamma is the cetasikas. The cetasikas are the mental factors or concomitants that arise and perish together with consciousness (citta), sharing its object and basis. The Abhidhamma lists 52 kinds of cetasikas. One is feeling (vedanaa), another is perception (saññaa). The remaining 50 are grouped together...
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Attempts to describe Bramhan - Part 8 AUM is the name given for Bramhan. However, AUM as an indicator or description for Bramhan, is not simply an interesting character of a word or a sound. The deeper philosophy embedded in AUM is what the Mandukya Upanishad tells us.
{written by : Sri Bimal Mohanty}





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