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Abhidhamma In Daily Life by Ashin Janakabhivamsa O Lord Buddha ever since He was a Bodhisattva until the very end fulfilled the paramis even at the cost of his life for the welfare and happiness of devas and men. On reflection thus do I resolve: let me and my life also be sacrificed for the sake of the Buddhasasana. Relentlessly shall I strive to do good! Ashin Janakabhivamsa (1900-1977) -------------- Generously shared as Dhamma-Gift by budaedu.org This Gift is for free contribution and not for sale or any other kind of trade. Edition: January 2014 Anumodana! Abhidhamma in Daily Life, by Ashin Janakanbhivamsa 1/185 Table of Contents About The Author:....................................................................................................................5 Ashin Janakabhivamsa........................................................................................................5 Foreword................................................................................................................................... 8 Preface.....................................................................................................................................12 Chapter One...........................................................................................................................15 Paramattha: The Ultimates And Citta (Mind)......................................................................15 Citta (Mind Or Consciousness).............................................................................................15 The Nature of Mind...........................................................................................................16 Chapter Two...........................................................................................................................21 Cetasikas (Mental Factors) And Akusala Cetasikas (Unwholesome Mental Factors).....21 Cetasikas (Mental Factors Of Concomitants)......................................................................21 Akusala Cetasikas (Unwholesome Mental Factors)...........................................................21 1. Moha (Delusion)............................................................................................................22 2. Ahirika (Lack Of Moral Shame).....................................................................................25 3. Anottappa (Lack Of Moral Dread)................................................................................26 4. Uddhacca (Distraction Or Wavering)...........................................................................27 5. Lobha (Greed)................................................................................................................28 6. Ditthi (Wrong View)........................................................................................................34 7. Mana (Conceit)...............................................................................................................35 8. Dosa (Hatred).................................................................................................................38 9. Issa (Envy).......................................................................................................................48 10. Macchariya (Selfishness, Envy)..................................................................................50 11. Kukkucca (Remorse)....................................................................................................51 12 And 13 Thina (Sloth) And Middha (Torpor)................................................................53 14. Vicikiccha (Doubt, Skepticism)....................................................................................54 Conclusion..........................................................................................................................55 Chapter Three.........................................................................................................................56 Kusala Cetasikas (Wholesome Mental Factors)..............................................................56 2. Sati (Mindfulness)..........................................................................................................58 3. Hiri (Shame) And 4. Ottapa (Fear)................................................................................59 5. Alobha (Non-Greed)......................................................................................................61 6. Adosa (Non-Greed, Loving-Kindness,Forgiving Or Harmlessness)..........................63 7. Amoha Or Paññā (Wisdom)...

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