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The goal of the Buddhist path. Can refer to liberation, awakening or the end of suffering but is generally understood as being indescribable to an unenlightened being.

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Fear not included in sobhana-cetasika (wholesome mental factor group). Fear is dosa-akusala-cetasika (unwholesome mental factor group).
answered Aug 4 '17 by Bonn
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Your question looks like the question "why the scientist can understand the relativity theory of Einstein, it is unbelievable!". This is the reason why the theras told their story inside KN thera/the …
answered Feb 23 '18 by Bonn
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Buddha enlightens Nibbāna as Arahanta by meditating Noble Eightfold Path, included the right effort in Dhammacakkappavattanasutta: Precisely this Noble Eightfold Path: right view, right resolve, r …
answered Feb 6 by Bonn
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Am I not allowed to dance? To sing? To fall in love? You allowed, because a lay man just has to observe 5 precepts, first. However, how you sing is how you unpracticed in buddhist training. So, …
answered Jan 17 '18 by Bonn
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, such as Sāriputta and Moggallāna. So, the gradual or abrupt practice are depend on 5 indriya/bala of each practitiner. Another, this question is not connect to 4 stage of enlightenment, because the …
answered May 22 '18 by Bonn
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How are the 10 fetters being destroyed? To breaking the circuit of 10 fetters, the practitioner has to destroy by the continuous understanding the circuit, paṭiccasamuppāda, of 10 fetters as they …
answered Jun 10 '18 by Bonn
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Jhāna-samāpatti = comprehending samatha-object, no pain. Phala-samāpatti = comprehending nibbāna, no pain. Nirodha-samāpatti = no conscious, no comprehension, no object, no pain. Nibbna = No …
answered Jul 17 '17 by Bonn
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In vipassana meditation, the practitioner have to stop the arising of unwholesome consciousness by jhana meditation. If unwholesome consciousness still arise between vipassana meditation, the practiti …
answered Aug 27 '17 by Bonn