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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In a place not far from the Buddha he sat with folded legs and body erect calmly observing the practice of mindfulness.
Title- Cittanupassana And Vedananupassana Mogok Sayadaw’s Way By U Than Daing E-book
Is vedanajupassana a synonym for vipassana? All the time either one of the five khandhas arises in turn and the arising of a Khandha must be noted as the mere arising of a Khandha and nothing else without mixing it with ‘I’ or Ego or personality.
Eventually all the other Anupassanas are confluent and have to terminate in Dhammanupassana where Sacca is the final and deciding factor.
It is obvious that Upadana arises because of ‘paccaya’ Tanha which vanishes leaving paccaya, cause for the arising of Upadana, hence ‘ Tanha paccaya Upadana’. The Buddha said that when Sukha Vedana is followed by Tanha, the realisation of Nibbana can never be attained; similarly, when Dukkha Vedana is followed by Dosa and Domanasa, the realisation of Nibbana can never be attained.
It arises whenever and wherever there is Phassa contact. 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. This is said of pure Samatha and only Samatha-pure and simple. The late Maha Thera Mogok Sayadaw was so compassionate to the masses, and with a view to redeeming them from the Vinipata Bhaya danger of falling into the lower plane of misery and suffering laid so much stress on the importance and necessity of eliminating Ditthi.
The enquiring monk being a Puthujjana ordinary worldling was not satisfied with the answer because he thought the number of things which he had to comprehend was considerably too many. Cittanupassaha should be borne in mind that vedananupasana practice of contemplation on arising and perishing, i. The delusion of I or Egoism is the driving force behind the mind, hence whatever physical, verbal or mental actions occur, they are the direct results of the mind.
Nothing could be done whether physical or mental without the co-operation or co-ordination of the mind.
There may be many occasions which escape the Yogi’s mental nothing even under intensive contemplation. Amoha citta, wisdom, is not included in the thirteen cittas. He she comes to the understanding that what is normally vedanznupassana of as “self” is a collection of constantly changing physical and mental components [of clinging] [upadana-]skandhas.
At the most there are only seven existences for him before he eventually cuttanupassana the highest stage of Arahatta Magga Phala, and the final state of Nibbana. Vedana arising in the body is either Sukha or Dukkha. Placement of mindfulness on the body, feelings, minds, dharmas.
What he realises at that moment is just feeling that arises and passes away. Vedana is ubiquitous; it exists everywhere.
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When consciousness or thought of in breathing arises, it must be mentally noted as such, and when the consciousness or thought of out breathing arises, this must also be noted as such, and not as ccittanupassana or ‘Ego’ who breathes in or breathes out.
What he knows is just movement of the foot. When the linking does not take place, Sankhara will not build up or produce any result that may bring about a fresh Jati generally Apaya Jati. Vipassana is often translated as ‘special insight’.
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The fleeting state of arising and dissolution is so rapid that it is indescribable and beyond comprehension. It is said, ‘ Vedana paccaya Tanha ‘. The Buddha said ‘ Vedanam Aniccam’ which means Vedana is not permanent and enduring. At other times he may experience Domanassa Vedana when he is dissatisfied with his unfavourable surroundings or adverse business or family matters. It is obvious that the Puthujjana monk laid so much stress upon the number and not the essential point vedananupassnaa is arising and perishing.
This vedanaunpassana Aniccanupassana which will be dealt with in the following chapters. Vedananupaseana it may be seen that this is the chain of the function of consciousness, and as such when it is clear to the Yogi that the phenomenon not only arises but also vanishes giving place to anew, he is said to be free from the shackle of Sassata Ditthi.
In Vipassana this is the only essential norm which will enable the Yogi to get the insight of Anicca, and cittanupasdana is by perceiving Anicca that the Dukkha Sacca can be perceived. While meditating the Yogi is bound to get Dukkha Vedana By analogy it may be compared to the thrust of a spear. This was done in order to dispel Ditthi by Nata Parinna. Nor is he aware of the body or bodily form.