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"abandoning samyojanas" vs "removing saṅkhāras"

Perhaps you'll find these suttas relevant. AN 6.89 through AN 6.91 list six things that are given up, in order to become accomplished in view -- which include the first three fetters (which are ...
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what is difference between volition and intention?

I want to answer - mostly my own question - without starting a new thread and because the topic is similar. Prior, I was under the impression these two ideas, volition and intention, are different, ...
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Unwholesome Sankharas Emerging From Dhamma Practice

Some people learn the Dhamma to use it to criticize others or argue with others. “Here, bhikkhus, some misguided men learn the Dhamma—discourses, stanzas, expositions, verses, exclamations, sayings, ...
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Unwholesome Sankharas Emerging From Dhamma Practice

I think that one of the problems, or at least one of the symptoms, may be people arguing. Māna Māna (Sanskrit, Pali; Tibetan: nga rgyal) is a Buddhist term that may be translated as "pride",...
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