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Pali : Concepts & Mind-and-Matter for Mind

Postby yawares » Tue Aug 28, 2012 9:18 am

Dear Members,

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.

[Presented by Dr.Han Tun, MD. @ Journey to Nibbana/SariputtaDhamma/Mult]

2. Aaramma.napaccayo

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

aaramma.napaccayo.ati:

(i) ruupaayatana.m cakkhuvi~n~naa.nadhaatuyaa ta.msampayuttakaana~nca
dhammaana.m aaramma.napaccayena paccayo

(ii) saddaayatana.m sotavi~n~naa.nadhaatuyaa ta.msampayuttakaana~nca dhammaana.m
aaramma.napaccayena paccayo.

(iii) gandhaayatana.m ghaanavi~n~naa.nadhaatuyaa ta.msampayuttakaana~nca
dhammaana.m aaramma.napaccayena paccayo.

(iv) rasaayatana.m jivhaavi~n~naa.nadhaatuyaa ta.msampayuttakaana~nca
dhammaana.m aaramma.napaccayena paccayo.

(v) pho.t.thabbaayatana.m kaayavi~n~naa.nadhaatuyaa ta.msampayuttaakaana~nca
dhammaana.m aaramma.napaccayena paccayo.

(vi) ruupaayatana.m saddaayatana.m gandhaayatana.m rasaayatana.m
pho.t.thabbaayatana.m manodhaatuyaa ta.msampayuttakaana~nca dhammaana.m
aaramma.napaccayena paccayo.

(vii) sabbe dhammaa manovi~n~naa.nadhaatuyaa ta.msampayuttakaana~nca dhammaana.m
aaramma.napaccayena paccayo.

(viii) ya.m ya.m dhamma.m aarabbha ye ye dhammaa uppajjanti cittacetasikaa
dhammaa te te dhammaa tesa.m tesa.m dhammaana.m aaramma.napaccayena paccayo.


Translation:

2. Object Condition (aaramma.na paccaya)

i. Visible object is related to eye-consciousness and its concomitants by object
condition.

ii. Sound is related to ear-consciousness and its concomitants by object
condition.

iii. Smell is related to nose-consciousness and its concomitants by object
condition.

iv. Taste is related to tongue-consciousness and its concomitants by object
condition.

v. Tangible object is related to body-consciousness and its concomitants by
object condition.

vi. Visible object, sound, smell, taste and tangible object are related to
mind-elements (sampaticchana-dvi and pa~ncadvaaraavajjana) and their
concomitants by object condition.

vii. All the six sense objects are related to mind-consciousness and its
concomitants by object condition.

viii. Grasping any dhamma as object, these dhammas, viz. consciousness and its
concomitants arise; the former dhamma is related to the latter dhammas by object
condition.

Simile:

Object Condition: Just like handicap persons need the support and assistance of
canes or strung rope-line, so are the six sense conditions.

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9. Upanissayapaccayo
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upanissayapaccayo'ti:

(i) purimaa purimaa kusalaa dhammaa pacchimaana.m pacchimaana.m kusalaana.m
dhammaana.m upanissayapaccayena paccayo.

(ii) purimaa purimaa kusalaa dhammaa pacchimaana.m pacchimaana.m akusalaana.m
dhammaana.m kesa~nci upanissayapaccayena paccayo.

(iii) purimaa purimaa kusalaa dhammaa pacchimaana.m pacchimaana.m abyaakataana.m
dhammaana.m upanissaya paccayena paccayo.

(iv) purimaa purimaa akusalaa dhammaa pacchimaana.m pacchimaana.m akusalaana.m
dhammaana.m upaniyasayapaccayena paccayo.

(v) purimaa purimaa akusalaa dhammaa pacchimaana.m pacchimaana.m kusalaana.m
dhammaana.m kesa~nci upanissayapaccayena paccayo.

(vi) purimaa purimaa akusalaa dhammaa pacchimaana.m pacchimaana.m abyakataana.m
dhammaana.m upanissayapaccayena paccayo.

(vii) purimaa purimaa abyaakataa dhammaa pacchimaana.m pacchimaana.m
abyaakataana.m dhammaana.m upanissayapaccayena paccayo.

(viii) purimaa purimaa abyaakataa dhammaa pacchimaana.m pacchimaana.m
kusalaana.m dhammaana.m upanissayapaccayena paccayo.

(ix) purimaa purimaa abyaakataa dhammaa pacchimaana.m pacchimaana.m akusalaana.m
dhammaana.m upanissayapaccayena paccayo.

(x) utubhojanampi upanissayapaccayena paccayo.
puggalopi upanissayapaccayena paccayo.
senaasanampi upananissayapaccayena paccayo.


Translation:

(9) Powerful Dependence Condition (Upanissaya Paccaya)

(i) Preceding wholesome dhammas (kusala cittas, saddhaa, alobha, etc.) are
related to subsequent wholesome dhammas by dependence condition.

(ii) Preceding wholesome dhammas are sometimes related to subsequent unwholesome
dhammas (akusala cittas, lobha, dosa, etc.), by powerful dependence condition.

(iii) Preceding wholesome dhammas are related to subsequent indeterminate
(abyaakata = vipaaka and kiriya) dhammas by powerful dependence condition.

(iv) Preceding unwholesome dhammas (akusala citta, lobha, dosa, etc.) are
related to subsequent unwholesome dhammas by powerful dependence condition.

(v) Preceding unwholesome dhammas are sometimes related to subsequent wholesome
dhammas (kusala cittas, saddhaa, alobha, etc.) by powerful dependence condition.

(vi) Preceding unwholesome dhammas are related to subsequent indeterminate
dhammas by powerful dependence condition.

(vii) Preceding indeterminate dhammas (vipaaka cittas, kiriya cittas and their
concomitants, etc.) are related to subsequent indeterminate dhammas by powerful
dependence condition.

(viii) Preceding indeterminate dhammas are related to subsequent wholesome
dhammas (kusala cittas and their concomitants, etc.) by powerful dependence
condition.

(ix) Preceding indeterminate dhammas are related to subsequent unwholesome
dhammas (akusala cittas and their concomitants, etc.) by powerful dependence
condition.

(x) Also, weather and food are related by powerful dependence condition.
Also, persons are related by powerful dependence condition.
Also, lodging places are related by powerful dependence condition.
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Simile:

Strong Dependence Condition: Upanissaya condition resembles that of the trees
which have to depend on the rain for their growth.

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Han: Please note that by way of this Upanissaya Condition,
Kusala can condition kusala or akusala or abyaakataa;
Akusala can condition akusala or kusala or abyaakataa;
Abyaakataa can condition abyaakataa or kusala or akusala.

Please also note one of the conditions under Upanissaya Condition, that was
presented by Tep. It is very wide and very important.
(iii) Natural decisive support (pakatuupanissaya) is a wide relation that
includes as the conditioning states all past mental or material phenomena that
become strongly efficacious for the arising, at a subsequent time, of the
conditioned states, which are subsequent cittas and cetasikas. For example,
prior lust may be a natural decisive support condition for the volition of
killing, stealing, sexual misconduct, etc.; prior faith for the volitions of
giving alms, undertaking precepts, and practicing meditation; the gaining of
health for happiness and energy, the onset of sickness for sorrow and torpor,etc.


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