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I have to ask please. I feel consciousness happen in mind. Without brain/mind there cannot be consciousness. Am i right in understanding?
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Thinking, consciousness, enlighten, supposing, etc., can develop only in mind.
However, Paṇṇā also can arise at 5 sense by habit--but it can't develop anyway.
Read abhidhammatthasanggaha lesson 4/9 for more information.
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These previous threads may be of interest:Where does sense consciousness occurs?viewtopic.php?f=19&t=12339 Mind and Brian Relationshipviewtopic.php?f=16&t=12763
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