Coming again to Cittanupassana, in the Sacittapariyaya Sutta, Maha .. be said that either Kayanupassana or Vedananupassana is excluded. Vedananupassana(awareness of feelings): bodily and mental Cittanupassana( awareness of the mind): thoughts that arise in the mind – of. download. com. http:// ://

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When pleasant feeling, unpleasant feeling or neutral feeling arises, a meditator must be mindful of it as it is. Only one citta at a time is to be contemplated or observed as and when it arises. It can also be said that many of the population wrongly believe in the existence of the soul.

Vedananupassana Satipatthana means contemplation of feeling or sensation. Thus the Paticcasamuppada is cut ansunder in the middle. It is not so.

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What he realises at that moment is just feeling that arises and passes away. Who is reading this book? Such a mistaken notion develops into personality or Ego as I, I cithanupassana or Mine, on the arising of each mental phenomenon.

He never realised that what he had to comprehend was the arising and perishing and not six AyatanasFive KhandhasFour Mahabhutas ; and that it is the arising and perishing or Anicca which is the essence and the central core of the Vipassana, so he went to the Buddha and explained what he had heard from the four Arahats and the dissatisfaction he had regarding the answers.


We dwell with Vedana. He ought to know much more than that. Whenever he notes, he finds that the experience is not everlasting.

I will go and buy myself food’. Hence the consciousness that has already perished and disappeared is called Anicca and the next following consciousness which perceives that the previous one has already perished and disappeared is called Magga. Vedana is like the sky. When Dukkha is cognised Anatta can be cognised. Having no nose-rope, the steer will either try to run off the road, or break loose by breaking cottanupassana yoke. Why Ditthi is the root cause may be explained as follows.

This is said of pure Samatha and only Samatha-pure and simple. The Buddha said, ‘ I know not any other single Dhamma so conducive to great profit and benefit as the mind, which has already been cultivated and developed. Vipassana therefore means the direct realisation of the three characteristics of mentality and physicality.

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Therefore when meditation on arising and perishing is cittanupassans promptly, Domanassa cannot arise and consequently Soka, Parideva and Upayasa cannot arise. Whatever he is experiencing at this stage, he will not become attached to it if he observes his experience very attentively and energetically.

Hence emphasis on Cittanupassana. The Buddha said, ‘I know not any other single Dhamma which gives such happiness and enjoyment as the mind which has already been cultivated and developed.

When the Yogi attains the knowledge of arising and perishing of the Khandhas, it cittanupassana called Yathabhuta Nana; when the Yogi is disgusted with the nature of the ceaselessly arising and perishing of the Khandhas his knowledge is called Nibbida Nana.


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In other words, ‘Satipattana’ is the meditation you do to gain Vipassana. The answer is that Amoha is Samma Ditthi Magganga or Panna wisdom which is the meditator whereas the thirteen cittas are to be meditated upon.

It may be likened to the man who rows in a boat and fails to find water. Vedana appears all the time and at every moment on the whole vsdananupassana with the exception of hair, finger-nails, toe-nails and dry skin. Upadana not only arises but also vanishes, leaving paccaya for the the arising of the next phenomenon. Element of hardness and softness 2.

When we like a particular feeling or sensation, we become attached to it. He is never aware of the arising of Domanassa Vedana, nor is he aware of craving for the healing Tanha.

It means when the Yogi responds to Sukha Vedana with tanha or Dukkha Vedana with Dosa or Domanassathe process of Paticcasamuppada will take its usual course ad infinitum.

Nevertheless, all the meditative stabilizations starting from a single-pointed mind placed on a virtuous object are included in the class of calm abiding, and all the virtuous wisdom minds individually analyzing the meaning of the mode or varieties are included in the class of special insight.