srivijaya wrote:Each of these are, however, declared secondary to a release called an "unprovokable awareness-release". Buddha does not outline any factors upon which the unprovokable awareness-release rests, so I assume that it's a result of cultivating any of the four aforementioned releases.
Is my assumption correct or is it another (but more advanced) means?
Dhammanando wrote:Akuppa-cetovimutti — usually translated "unshakable deliverance of mind" — is synonymous with arahatta-phala-cetovimutti, "the deliverance of mind that is the arahatta fruition." It is arrived at directly by vimuttis 3 and 4, but only indirectly (and not inevitably) by vimuttis 1 and 2, as these are only temporary samatha-style deliverances.
srivijaya wrote:Many thanks for that information Dhammanando. Are you aware of any other awareness releases beyond these four?
Dhammanando wrote:Hi Srivijaya,srivijaya wrote:Many thanks for that information Dhammanando. Are you aware of any other awareness releases beyond these four?
I can't recall encountering any other uses of cetovimutti but these.
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