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It's impossible to know what the Buddha would have said, but to make a guess, he would have looked into your mind to see what faculties are developed, what are lacking, what inclinations and latent t …
answered Apr 7 '16 by Sankha Kulathantille
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Patikulamanasikara is a special meditation recommended for lustful personalities. Back in the day, in India, they used to wrap dead bodies in robes(Pansukula) and throw to a designated land without bu …
answered Aug 10 '14 by Sankha Kulathantille
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You don't need to have sex to be healthy and well. Otherwise, most Buddhist monks should be sick. Cheating breaks the 3rd precept. That is bad Karma for you. Whether your wife agrees or not, associa …
answered May 24 '16 by Sankha Kulathantille
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Patikulamanasikara is the meditation recommended to the person defeated by lust. Whenever you see people or think about people(including yourself), meditate on them in terms of those body parts until …
answered Jan 12 '18 by Sankha Kulathantille
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It does not break the third precept if the husband has the wife's willful(not forced) consent. It's somewhat similar to kings having more than one queen. Having said that, there is no such thing as …
answered Apr 23 '18 by Sankha Kulathantille
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From what I've heard, masturbation or fantasizing about people other than your partner won't break the 3rd precept. But it weakens it. Just like harming animals doesn't break the 1st precept until you …
answered Jul 3 '14 by Sankha Kulathantille
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Technically, watching porn doesn't break the 3rd precept, but it weakens it. In other words, it weakens the merits you gain by keeping to the precept apart from accumulating bad karma.
answered Oct 31 '15 by Sankha Kulathantille
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Does it mean having sex with prostitute does not considered sexual misconduct? It does not break the 3rd precept, if both parties are proper(not belonging to the 20 kinds of improper partners). …
answered May 30 '15 by Sankha Kulathantille