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What is a "standalone sankhara" vs " composite phenomena"?

Six senses manifests as samsara or the world. Six senses develop contact , feelings , cravings etc through combination. There are no standalone Sankhara. (My mobile browser chrome is unable to quote ...
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What is Anderson saying?

According to Anderson, a long recognized feature of the Theravada canon is that it lacks an "overarching and comprehensive structure of the path to nibbana." Wikipedia-Dhammacakkappavattana ...
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What is Anderson saying?

overarching and comprehensive structure of the path to nibbana He is obviously correct though isn't he. When after Buddhas death the original sangha that was left devised a method to mentally retain ...
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Is the "life force" and the "breathing" the same thing?

Are there any suttas that distinguish between the life force and the breathing? Breathing is just exchange of respiratory gases. Life force isn't the breathing. What if someone holds their breath and ...
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