Dr.Han Tun: Pali Translation

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Dr.Han Tun: Pali Translation

Postby yawares » Fri Aug 24, 2012 12:19 am

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Pali Translation: Mind for Mind (II)
[Presented by Dr.Han Tun @ JTN/SariputtaDhamma]


The following are the passages from Pa.t.thaana Paa.li Chanting to support the
presentation by Tep. You can also hear the voice of the late Sayadaw Dr
Nandamaalaabhiva.msa.


12. Aasevanapaccayo

http://patthana.blogspot.com/2008/03/13 ... ccayo.html

aasevanapaccayo'ti:

purimaa purimaa kusalaa dhammaa pacchimaana.m pacchimaana.m kusalaana.m
dhammaana.m aasevanapaccayena paccayo.

purimaa purimaa akusalaa dhammaa pacchimaana.m pacchimaana.m akusalaana.m
dhammaana.m aasevanapaccayena paccayo.

purimaa purimaa kiriyaaabyaakataa dhammaa pacchimaana.m pacchimaana.m
kiriyaaabyaakataana.m dhammaana.m aasevanapaccayena paccayo.

Translation:

12. Repetition Condition (Aasevana Paccaya)

i. Preceding javana kusala cittas and their concomitants are related to
subsequent javana kusala cittas and their concomitants by repetition condition.

ii. Preceding javana akusala cittas and their concomitants are related to
subsequent javana akusala cittas and their concomitants by repetition condition.

iii. Preceding functional indeterminate dhammas are related to subsequent
functional indeterminate dhammas by repetition condition.

Simile:

Repetition Condition: Aasevana condition resembles that of constant repetitive
application of perfume.


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19. Sampayutapaccayo

http://patthana.blogspot.com/2008/04/20 ... ccayo.html

sampayuttapaccayo'ti:

cattaaro khandhaa aruupino a~n~nama~n~na.m sampayuttapaccayena paccayo.

Translation:

19. Association Condition (Sampayutta Paccaya)

The four incorporeal (i.e. mental) aggregates are mutually related to one
another by association condition.

Simile:

Association Condition: Sampayutta condition resembles that of the four
ingredients of sweet things combined by way of association or coalescing.


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