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"Sabbe dhamma anaththa"

Postby isle21self » Thu Aug 26, 2010 4:21 pm

Hi,

Nanavira thera in one of the letters has mentioned about nibbana being anaththa. He points out another source that buddha has mentioned this, and that is in Mula Pariyaya Sutta (MN.1). In this sutta does buddha mention nibbana being anatta under the section where he speaks about nibbana?
Thanks in advance.

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Re: "Sabbe dhamma anaththa"

Postby Prasadachitta » Thu Aug 26, 2010 5:19 pm

This is what is said regarding Nibbanna in MN.1

He(an uninstructed run-of-the-mill person) perceives Unbinding as Unbinding.[7] Perceiving Unbinding as Unbinding, he conceives things about Unbinding, he conceives things in Unbinding, he conceives things coming out of Unbinding, he conceives Unbinding as 'mine,' he delights in Unbinding. Why is that? Because he has not comprehended it, I tell you.
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He(The Trainee) directly knows Unbinding as Unbinding. Directly knowing Unbinding as Unbinding, let him not conceive things about Unbinding, let him not conceive things in Unbinding, let him not conceive things coming out of Unbinding, let him not conceive Unbinding as 'mine,' let him not delight in Unbinding. Why is that? So that he may comprehend it, I tell you.
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"He(The Arahat) directly knows Unbinding as Unbinding. Directly knowing Unbinding as Unbinding, he does not conceive things about Unbinding, does not conceive things in Unbinding, does not conceive things coming out of Unbinding, does not conceive Unbinding as 'mine,' does not delight in Unbinding. Why is that? Because, with the ending of passion, he is devoid of passion, I tell you.
MN.1 (http://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka ... .than.html)

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Re: "Sabbe dhamma anatta"

Postby acinteyyo » Thu Aug 26, 2010 10:05 pm

isle21self wrote:Hi,

Nanavira thera in one of the letters has mentioned about nibbana being anaththa. He points out another source that buddha has mentioned this, and that is in Mula Pariyaya Sutta (MN.1). In this sutta does buddha mention nibbana being anatta under the section where he speaks about nibbana?
Thanks in advance.
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Hi,
wich letter was it? Maybe you also like to ask your question here : http://nanavira.top-talk.net/
best wishes, acinteyyo
Pubbe cāhaṃ bhikkhave, etarahi ca dukkhañceva paññāpemi, dukkhassa ca nirodhaṃ. (M.22)
Api cāhaṃ, āvuso, imasmiṃyeva byāmamatte kaḷevare, sasaññimhi samanake lokañca paññāpemi lokasamudayañca lokanirodhañca lokanirodhagāminiñca paṭipadan. (AN4.45)

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