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jhāna, 229 találat.

jhāna →

bodhirasa

meditation, stage of meditation

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

savitakkaṃ savicāraṃ vivekajaṃ pītisukhaṃ paṭhamaṃ jhānaṃ upasampajja viharati

DHP 372 bhikkhuvaggo

n'atthi jhānaṃ apaññassa, paññā n'atthi ajhāyato, yamhi jhānañ'ca paññā ca, sa ve nibbānasantike.

jhāna →

farkas

elmélyedés

jhāna →

ncped

meditative state; esp. one of four stages of absorption in meditation; one of the four arūpa stages of meditation.

jhāna →

nyana

…sphere rūpa-jjhāna or rūpāvacara - jjhāna avacara They are achieved through the attainment of full or attainment -, or…

jhāna →

pts

…could pass through the four jhānas (SN.iv.301). The jhānas are only a means, not the end. To imagine that experiencing them was equivalent to…

diṭṭhinijjhānakkhanti →

bodhirasa

acceptance of a view after consideration, approving a view after understanding it, lit. view understanding acceptance

AN 3.66 kesamuttisuttaṃ

etha tumhe, kālāmā, mā anussavena, mā paramparāya, mā itikirāya, mā piṭakasampadānena, mā takkahetu, mā nayahetu, mā ākāraparivitakkena, mā diṭṭhinijjhānakkhantiyā, mā bhabbarūpatāya, mā samaṇo no garū'ti.

jhānapasuta →

bodhirasa

intent on meditation, devoted to meditation, engrossed in meditation

DHP 181 buddhavaggo

ye jhānapasutā dhīrā, nekkhamm'ūpasame ratā, devā'pi tesaṃ pihayanti, sambuddhānaṃ satīmataṃ.

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

sa jhānapasuto dhīro, vanante ramito siyā, jhāyetha rukkhamūlasmiṃ, attānam'abhitosayaṃ.

nijjhāna →

bodhirasa

understanding, insight, comprehension

SN 25.1 cakkhusuttaṃ

yassa kho, bhikkhave, ime dhammā evaṃ paññāya mattaso nijjhānaṃ khamanti, ayaṃ vuccati dhammānusārī, okkanto sammattaniyāmaṃ, sappurisabhūmiṃ okkanto, vītivatto puthujjanabhūmiṃ

AN 3.66 kesamuttisuttaṃ

etha tumhe, kālāmā, mā anussavena, mā paramparāya, mā itikirāya, mā piṭakasampadānena, mā takkahetu, mā nayahetu, mā ākāraparivitakkena, mā diṭṭhi-nijjhāna-kkhantiyā, mā bhabbarūpatāya, mā samaṇo no garū'ti.

nijjhānaṃ khamati →

bodhirasa

is acceptable, is approved, lit. tolerates understanding

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

tesaṃ te dhammā paññāya atthaṃ anupaparikkhataṃ na nijjhānaṃ khamanti. te upārambh'ānisaṃsā c'eva dhammaṃ pariyāpuṇanti itivādappamokkh'ānisaṃsā ca.

SN 25.1 cakkhusuttaṃ

yassa kho, bhikkhave, ime dhammā evaṃ paññāya mattaso nijjhānaṃ khamanti, ayaṃ vuccati dhammānusārī, okkanto sammattaniyāmaṃ, sappurisabhūmiṃ okkanto, vītivatto puthujjanabhūmiṃ

paṭhamajjhāna →

bodhirasa

first stage of meditation

MNa 36 mahāsaccaka sutavaṇṇanā

bodhisatto ito cito ca olokento kañci adisvā vegena uṭṭhāya pallaṅkaṃ ābhujitvā ānāpāne pariggahetvā paṭhamajjhānaṃ nibbattesi.

ujjhāna →

bodhirasa

finding fault, being critical, complaining, irritation

DHP 253 malavaggo

paravajj'ānupassissa, niccaṃ ujjhāna-saññino, āsavā tassa vaḍḍhanti, ārā so āsavakkhayā.

ujjhānasaññī →

bodhirasa

irritable, with critical mind, with fault-finding mind

DHP 253 malavaggo

paravajj'ānupassissa, niccaṃ ujjhānasaññino, āsavā tassa vaḍḍhanti, ārā so āsavakkhayā.

appamāṇasubhā →

dppn

…munificence and wisdom….

appamāṇābhā →

dppn

…to the plane of second jhāna.

Beings are born there who have absorbed the idea of boundless brilliancy, MN.iii.147 or who are possessed of…

assaji →

dppn

…that he cannot enter into jhāna because of his difficulty in breathing and that he cannot win balance of mind. The Buddha encourages him and…

jotipāla →

dppn

…the city, developing jhāna in order to see Brahmā face to face. At the end of the four months, Brahmā Sanaṅkumāra appeared before him…

kassapa →

dppn

…stress on the cultivation of Jhāna. SN.i.46

Kassapa4

One of the famous sages of yore, of whom ten are several times mentioned in the…

mahākassapa →

dppn

…his power of attaining the jhānas and abiding therein. SN.ii.210ff.

Kassapa was willing to help monks along their way, and several instances…

mahāmoggallāna →

dppn

…preached by him on the jhānas, on qualities which lead to true emancipation, AN.v.155ff. and of visits paid to him by Sakka in company…

nandā →

dppn

…be foremost among nuns in jhāna. She is evidently to be identified with Sundarīnandā.

Nandā3

A nun mentioned as having died at…

nigaṇṭha nāṭaputta →

dppn

…knowledge of the four jhānas, Nāṭaputta is represented as condemning him for a deceitful man. Citta, thereupon, asks him ten questions…

parisuddhābhā →

dppn

…They belong to the plane of the third jhāna.

parittasubhā →

dppn

A class of devas belonging to the Subha Devas. MN.iii.102 Beings are born among them after attaining the third jhāna.

parittābhā →

dppn

…devas included among the Ābhā gods. MN.iii.102

They belong to the plane of the second jhāna. Beings are born there by virtue of absorbing…

pañcālacaṇḍa →

dppn

…the man who understands jhāna finds room even among crowding obstacles. The Buddha corrects him, saying that those who are mindful and self…

revata →

dppn

…of the monks who practised jhāna.AN.i.24 Ud.v.9 Thag.3 Before he became an arahant he was greatly troubled in mind as to what was permissible…

saṅkiliṭṭhābhā →

dppn

A class of devas. Beings are born in their world when they have practiced jhāna with tarnished brilliance. MN.iii.147

subhakinnā →

dppn

…of developing the third jhāna, and their life span is four kappas. AN.ii.127 AN.ii.129

They are filled and pervaded with happiness and are…

sumedhā →

dppn

…and then attained the first jhāna. When her parents entered her room with Anikadatta, she converted them all, and obtained permission to join the…

sunāga →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of one who understands the mind, practicing jhāna happily. Thag.85

udaya →

dppn

…and the destruction of ignorance. Because Udaya had already attained to the fourth jhāna, the Buddha gave his explanation in the terms of…

ujjhānasaññikā →

dppn

The name given to a group of devas who once visited the Buddha at Jetavana late at night. They charged the Buddha with inconsistency, but later, begging his forgiveness, they were pardoned by him. SN.i.23–25

uttarā →

dppn

…best of women disciples in jhāna. She is again mentioned AN.iv.347 in a list of eminent lay-women disciples, who observed the uposatha of the…

uṇṇābha →

dppn

…of desire by means of jhāna, suggests that it would be a task without end. But Ānanda, by means of an illustration, explains how the task…

vajjī →

dppn

The name of a country and of its people. It was one of the sixteen Great Nations. The inhabitants appear to have consisted of several confederate clans of whom the Licchavī and the Videhā were the chi …

vassakāra →

dppn

…with the Buddha regarding jhāna. Ānanda, remarks that all jhānas are not equally praiseworthy, and Vassakāra takes his leave.

Three…

vehapphala →

dppn

…of the Rūpaloka plane. Beings are born there as a result of developing the fourth jhāna. Their life span is five hundred great aeons. AN.ii.128…

veḷukaṇṭakī →

dppn

…could enter into the four jhānas at will, and had cast off the five lower fetters. The monks expressed their great admiration and Sāriputta…

ābhassarā →

dppn

…is in the plane of second jhāna The devas living there subsist on joy. SN.i.114 Their span of life is two kappas and there is no guarantee that…

arūpa-jhāna →

farkas

formanélküli elmélyedés

rūpa-jhāna →

farkas

finom anyagi elmélyedés

aneñja →

ncped

…existence in arūpāvacara spheres, and to arūpa jhāna stages)

appāṇaka →

ncped

name of a certain form of jhāna (prob, involving holding one’s breath)

dhammanijjhānakhanti →

ncped

readiness to accept teachings after reflection; teachings preferred after reflection.

diṭṭhinijjhānakkhanti →

ncped

readiness to accept a view after reflection; a view preferred after reflection; ?

jhānajjhayana →

ncped

jhānapasuta →

ncped

intent on jhāna meditation.

jhānappasuta →

ncped

intent on jhāna meditation.

jhānājjhāyana →

ncped

practicing jhānas.

jhānānuyuta →

ncped

devoting oneself to jhāna meditation, intent upon jhāna meditation.

jhāyin →

ncped

meditative, self-concentrated, engaged in jhāna; who habitually practices jhāna.

kāyasakkhi →

ncped

one who has (physically) experienced (all) the stages of the jhānas

kāyasakkhin →

ncped

one who has (physically) experienced (all) the stages of the jhānas

nevasaññanāsaññāyatana →

ncped

  1. the sphere or stage of neither apperception nor non-apperception, i.e.
  2. the fourth of the arūpa states of existence; and.
  3. the fourth arūpajhana or one of the vimokkhas.

nijjhāna →

ncped

looking; scrutiny; reflection, meditation.

nimitta →

ncped

…or total awareness; a mental impression (appearing as an early stage of jhāna, a sign of progress)

  1. a ground, a cause, a reason.

nīlakasiṇa →

ncped

meditation based on (something) dark blue; a dark blue meditation object; (the jhana) which is or is brought about by meditation based on (something) dark blue.

tejokasiṇa →

ncped

meditation based on fire; the meditation object fire; (the jhana) which is or is brought about by meditation based on fire.

ujjhānasaññi →

ncped

whose ideas are (based on) complaining or faultfinding; conscious of cause for indignation.

ujjhānasaññika →

ncped

whose ideas are (based on) complaining or faultfinding; conscious of cause for indignation.

ujjhānasaññin →

ncped

whose ideas are (based on) complaining or faultfinding; conscious of cause for indignation.

ākiñcaññāyatana →

ncped

…the state of awareness of nothingness, the third arūpajhāna or one of the vimokkhas

ākāsānañcāyatana →

ncped

…consciousness of the infinity of space, the first arūpajhāna or one of the vimokkhas

āneñja →

ncped

…existence in arūpāvacara spheres, and to arūpa jhāna stages)

āruppa →

ncped

  1. (n.m.) formless, immaterial state or existence (esp. referring to the arūpajhānas).
  2. (mfn.) formless, immaterial.

abhibhāyatana →

nyana

…into the 4 absorptions jhāna. In the 3rd and 4th exercises the Bhikkhu by an external kasina-object gains the mental reflexes and…

absorption →

nyana

Absorption: see: jhāna

acinteyya →

nyana

…the meditative absorptions jhāna - visaya, the potential range of kammic-result kamma - vipāka, and speculation over the world loka

akuppa-dhamma →

nyana

…over the absorptions jhāna. In Pug. 4 it is said: What person is unshakable? If a person gains the meditative attainments of the…

anuloma-citta →

nyana

…reaching the absorptions jhāna or the supra-mundane paths see: ariya-puggala. These 4 moments of impulsion are: the preparation…

anupubba-nirodha →

nyana

…through the 8 absorptions jhāna and the ceasing of feeling and perception’ see: nirodha-samāpatti, as it is said in A. IX, 31 and D….

aparihāna-dhamma →

nyana

…regard to the absorptions jhāna, anyone is called ‘unrelapsable’ who has attained full mastery over the absorptions. See A. VI, 62; Pug. 6. Cf….

appanā-samādhi →

nyana

…existing during absorption jhāna, whilst the neighbourhood or access-concentration upacāra samādhi only approaches the 1st absorption…

arūpa-jjhāna →

nyana

Arūpa-jjhāna: Formless mental absorption see: jhāna

Arūpa-khandha: The four formless immaterial groups of sentient existence are:…

avacara →

nyana

…(see: jhāna 5-8), and the consciousness and mental properties in one who has entered the formless absorptions, or who has…

bala →

nyana

…4 in the 4 absorptions jhāna, 5 in the full comprehension of the 4 Noble Truths sacca.

Cf. see: XLVIII, 43; see: L. Bala Samyutta.

In A….

bhāvanā →

nyana

…and the absorptions jhāna by means of the following 40 meditation subjects kammatthāna:

10 kasina-exercises see: kasina….

bodhipakkhiya-dhammā →

nyana

…- dhammā and in the Jhāna Vibhanga, only the 7 factors of enlightenment bojjhanga.

See The Requisites of Enlightenment, by…

brahma-kāyika-deva →

nyana

…to the 1st absorption jhāna. The highest ruler of them is called the Great Brahma mahā - brahmā. With caustic humor he is said D. 11…

ceto-vimutti →

nyana

…ākiñcaññāyatana* see: jhāna 7; ‘d. of mind from the conditions of existence’, for of mind due to non-attention to all conditions of…

factors: →

nyana

indriya, see also paccaya

fine-material sphere →

nyana

…see: avacara loka Absorptions of the: rūpa-jjhāna see: jhāna

foundation →

nyana

…of sympathy: sangaha-vatthu f. f orming absorptions: pādaka-jjhāna, - f. of an Arahat’s mentality: see: adhitthāna

gotrabhū →

nyana

…entering into an absorption jhāna or into one of the supra-mundane paths see: ariya-puggala A.. Cf. visuddhi VII.

II. The ’Matured…

immaterial sphere →

nyana

[[immaterial sphere]]Immaterial sphere: arūpāvacara cf. avacara jhāna 5-8; Tab. I.

infinite consciousness →

nyana

[[Infinite consciousness]]Infinite consciousness: and b. space, Sphere of: see: jhāna 5, 6.

javana →

nyana

…entering an absorption jhāna or one of the supra-mundane paths magga see. ariya-puggala are: the preparatory parikamma approach…

jhāna-paccaya →

nyana

Jhāna-paccaya: is one of the 24 conditions paccaya.

jhānanga →

nyana

Jhānanga: ‘constituents or factors of absorption’; see: prec.

materiality-perceptions →

nyana

Materiality-perceptions: rūpa - saññā see: jhāna

paccavekkhana-ñāna →

nyana

…instance, any absorption jhāna, or any supra-mundane path, or fruition of the path, etc. see: ariya-puggala As it is said:;At the end of…

paccaya →

nyana

…and material phenomena.

17: Jhāna-condition jhāna-paccaya is a name for the 7 so-called jhāna-factors, as these form a condition to the…

parihāna-dhamma →

nyana

…attainments absorptions: jhāna of the fine-material or immaterial sphere see: avacara But he does not reach them according to his wish, and…

patigha →

nyana

…immaterial absorptions see: jhāna 5. Alternative renderings: resistance-perception, reflex-perception

b as patigha -…

paññā-vimutti →

nyana

…person the 8 liberations = jhāna, but through his understanding the fermentations have come to ceasing in him. Such a person is called…

pādaka-jjhāna →

nyana

Pādaka-jjhāna: ‘foundation-forming absorption’, is an absorption used as a foundation, or starting point, for the higher spiritual powers…

pīti →

nyana

…the factors of absorption jhānanga see: jhāna and is strongest in the 2nd absorption. Five degrees of intensity in meditative rapture are…

trance →

nyana

Trance: jhāna

ākiñcaññāyatana →

nyana

Ākiñcaññāyatana: The sphere of nothingness; see: jhāna 7.

ākāsa →

nyana

…formless absorption see: jhāna, the sphere of Infinite space ākāsānañcāyatana. According to Abhidhamma philosophy, endless space has no…

ākāsānañcāyatana →

nyana

Ākāsānañcāyatana: ‘Sphere of Infinite space’, is identical with the 1st formless absorption; see: jhāna 5.

ānāpāna-sati →

nyana

…and the 4 absorptions jhāna. In the Satipatthāna Sutta M. 10, D. 22 and elsewhere, 4 methods of practice are given, which may also serve…

āruppa →

nyana

Āruppa: Formless mental absorption see: jhāna

āyatana →

nyana

…formless absorptions; see: jhāna 5-8.
2: The 12 sources or bases on which depend the mental processes, consist of five physical sense-organs…

abhicetasika →

pts

…spelling see ābhic˚ (of jhāna) MN.i.33, MN.i.356; MN.iii.11; SN.ii.278; AN.ii.23; AN.v.132 (Spelt. ābhi˚ at MN.i.33; AN.iii.114; Vin.v.136)….

abhihaṃsati →

pts

…to enjoy SN.v.74 (rūpaṃ manāpaṃ); AN.iv.419 sq. (T. reads ˚hiṃsamāna jhānaṃ variant reading ˚hisamāna).

abhi + haṃsati fr….

abhisambodhi →

pts

the highest enlightenment Ja.i.14 (parama˚). Cp. abhisambujjhana and (sammā-) sambodhi.

abhi + sambodhi

abhisambujjhana →

pts

Err:509

adhipaññā →

pts

…or knowledge, insight (cp. jhāna & paññā); usually in combn. with adhicitta & adhisīla Vin.i.70; DN.i.174; DN.iii.219 (˚sikkhā);…

ajjhatta →

pts

…peace of the 2nd jhāna), DN.i.70 = AN.ii.210; AN.v.206 (inward happiness. a. sukkhaṃ niyakajjhattaṃ attano santāne ti attho…

akkhaṇa →

pts

wrong time, bad luck, misadventure, misfortune. There are 9 enumerated at DN.iii.263; the usual set consists of 8; thus DN.iii.287; Vv-a.193; Sdhp.4 sq. See also *khaṇa-[vedhin](/de …

anto →

pts

…DN-a.i.127.

  • -nijjhāna inner conflagration Pv-a.18.
  • -nimugga altogether immersed DN.i.75;…

anubujjhana →

pts

awakening, recognition Pts.i.18 (bujjhana +).

fr. anubujjhati

anujjhāna →

pts

meditation, reflection, introspection Mil.352 (˚bahula).

anu + jhāna

anupubba →

pts

…(see jhāna1). enumerated as such in var. places, esp at the foll.: DN.ii.156; DN.iii.265,…

appamaññā →

pts

…itself at Snp.507 (= mettajjhānasankhātā a. Snp-a.417). See for further expln.Dhs trsl. p. 66 and mettā.

a + pamaññā,…

appanā →

pts

…(def. by Bdhg. as “ekaggaṃ cittaṃ ārammaṇe appeti”), Dhs-a.214 (˚jhāna). See on term Cpd. pp. 56 sq., 68 129, 215; *Dhs…

appāṇaka →

pts

…form of ecstatic meditation (jhāna) MN.i.243; Ja.i.67 [cp. BSk. āsphānaka Lal.314, Lal.324; Mvu.ii.124; should the Pāli form be taken as *a +…

ariya →

pts

…etc.: see 3rd. jhāna), DN.i.245; DN.iii.111 (˚ānaṃ anupavādaka one who defames the noble); MN.i.17, MN.i.280 (sottiyo ariyo…

ariñcamāna →

pts

not leaving behind, not giving up, i.e. pursuing earnestly. Snp.69 (jhānaṁ = ajahamana Snp-a.123 cp. Cnd.94)

ppr. med. of P. riñcati for ricyati

asamijjhanaka →

pts

adjective unsuccessful, without result, fruitless; f. -ikā Ja.iii.252.

a + samijjhana + ka

bhūmi →

pts

…= Vism.384 (applied to the 4 jhānas) purisa˚ (aṭṭha p. bh. eight stages of the individual viz. manda-bhūmi, khiḍḍā˚, vīmaṃsana˚,…

brahant →

pts

…(-vihāra- jjhāna-jhāyin) (a thinker enjoying his meditations in) immense happiness Mil.226 (in characterisation of the term…

brahma →

pts

…accompanied with meditation (jhāna) AN.i.227 sq.; AN.v.59 (as included in the sphere called sahassī cūḷanikā lokadhātu)
■ The brahmās…

brahmā →

pts

…accompanied with meditation (jhāna) AN.i.227 sq.; AN.v.59 (as included in the sphere called sahassī cūḷanikā lokadhātu)
■ The brahmās…

brāhmaṇa →

pts

…brahā-sukhavihāra-jhāna-jhāyin Mil.226; pāpaṃ bāhesuṃ DN.iii.94; bāhita-pāpattā br. Dhp-a.iii.84 ariyā bāhita-pāpattā…

bujjhana →

pts

awakening, attaining to knowledge, recognition Pts.i.18; Mil.194; DN-a.i.51.

fr. budh

bujjhanaka →

pts

adjective endowed with knowledge, having the elements of bodhi, being enlightened Dhs-a.217.

fr. bujjhana

catukka →

pts

Catukka1

neuter

  1. a tetrad, a set of four, consisting of four parts: ˚pañcakajjhānā (pl.) the fourfold & the fivefold system of meditation Dhs-a.168; see compounds
  2. a place where four …

cāveti →

pts

to bring to fall, move, drive away; disturb, distract AN.iv.343 (samādhimhā); Ja.i.60 (inf cāvetu-kāma); Ja.ii.329 (jhānā, abl.). Aor. acāvayi (prohib.) Snp.442 (ṭhānā).

caus. of cavati

disā →

pts

…viz. the 8 states of jhāna at MN.iii.222; the 4 satipaṭṭhānā etc. at Ne.121; the 4 āhārā etc. at Ne.117. See also in other…

diṭṭhi →

pts

…Mil.332; DN-a.i.107; -nijjhānakkhanti forbearance with wrong views SN.ii.115; SN.iv.139; AN.i.189 sq.; AN.ii.191; Cnd.151;…

dukkha →

pts

…upasampajja viharati (see jhāna)
■ As contents of vedanā: sukhaṃ vediyati dukkhaṃ v. adukkham-asukhaṃ v….

gambhīra →

pts

…AN.i.70; g. ṭhāna w. ref. jhāna, etc Pts.ii.21; saddhamma g. Sdhp.530; g. gūḷha nipuṇa Nd.342; lokanātho nipuṇo g. Pv-a.1; also w….

garuka →

pts

…tadattha engaged in (jhāna) Cnd.264; kamma˚ attributing importance to k. Cnd.411; saddhamma˚ revering the Doctrine Sdhp.520…

ijjhana →

pts

(f.) success, carrying out successfully Pts.i.17 sq., Pts.i.74, Pts.i.181; Pts.ii.125, Pts.ii.143 sq., Pts.ii.161, Pts.ii.174, Vb.217 sq.; Vism.266, Vism.383 (˚aṭṭhena iddhi); Dhs-a.91 Dhs-a.1 …

jhānika →

pts

adjective belonging to the (4) meditations Vism.111.

fr. jhāna1

jhāpeti →

pts

…connected w. jhāna: to destroy by means of jhāna)

inf jhāpetuṃ Ja.vi.300 (+ ghātetuṃ hantuṃ);
ger…

jhāyati →

pts

…for, hunt after DN.ii.237 (jhānaṃ); SN.i.25, SN.i.57; AN.v.323 sq. (+ pa,˚ ni, ava˚); Snp.165, Snp.221, Snp.425, Snp.709, Snp.818 (= Mnd.149…

jhāyin →

pts

…engaged in jhāna-practice Vin.ii.75; SN.i.46 = SN.i.52; SN.ii.284; MN.i.334; AN.i.24; AN.iii.355; AN.iv.426; AN.v.156, AN.v.325…

kalyāṇa →

pts

…SN.iv.374 SN.v.352; of jhāna (tividha˚) Bdhd 96, Bdhd 98, Bdhd 99; of mittā friends in general (see also cpd.) Dhp.78 (na bhaje pāpake…

kamma →

pts

…is grouped with vipassanā, jhāna, sīla, satipaṭṭhāna as main ideals of virtue; kammanā by character, as opp to…

karuṇā →

pts

…mercy Mil.22; Mhbv.16;

  • -jhāna meditation on pity, ecstasy of c. DN.ii.237–DN.ii.39
  • -ṭṭhāniya worthy of c….

kasiṇa →

pts

…Ja.v.162, Ja.v.193. -jhāna the k. meditation Dhs-a.413 -dosa fault of the k. object Vism.117,…

kaṇḍu →

pts

…saṃhanti (as result of jhāna) AN.iv.437.

  • -uppala a kind of lotus-blossom Dāvs iv.48;
  • -paṭicchādi an…

kaṇṇa →

pts

  1. a corner, an angle Vin.i.48, Vin.i.286; Ja.i.73; Ja.iii.42 Ja.v.38; Ja.vi.519; Pv-a.74; Dhp-a.ii.178; Dāvs ii.111- cīvara˚; the edge of the garment Vism.389. Freq. in cpd. catu˚; (catukkaṇṇa …

khamati →

pts

…in, to approve of, in nijjhānaṃ khamanti MN.i.133, MN.i.480; cp. diṭṭhi-nijjhāna-kkhanti MN.i.480 & AN.i.189

ppr med…

kiriya →

pts

…no fruit of kamma), same of jhāna Vb.268 = Vb.281; Dhs-a.388 2. indecisive, in akiriyaṃ vyākaroti to give an indecisive answer, to reply…

kiriyā →

pts

…no fruit of kamma), same of jhāna Vb.268 = Vb.281; Dhs-a.388 2. indecisive, in akiriyaṃ vyākaroti to give an indecisive answer, to reply…

kiñcana →

pts

adjective noun only in neg. sentences: something, anything From the freq. context in the older texts it has assumed the moral implication of something that sticks or adheres to the character of a man, …

kriyā →

pts

…no fruit of kamma), same of jhāna Vb.268 = Vb.281; Dhs-a.388 2. indecisive, in akiriyaṃ vyākaroti to give an indecisive answer, to reply…

kujjhana →

pts

adjective angry = kodhana Vv-a.71; Pp-a.215 (˚bhāva). Kujjhanā (f.) anger, irritation together with kujjhitattaṃ in defn of kodha Dhs.1060 Pp.18, Pp.22.

fr. kujjhati

kāma →

pts

…nirujjhanti (through jhāna) AN.iv.410; kāme panudati Dhp.383 = SN.i.15 (context broken), cp. kāmasukhaṃ analaṃkaritvā Snp.59 *…

kāya →

pts

…always mentioned after the jhānas in the formula: so imaṃ eva kāyaṃ vivekajena pīti-sukhena abhisandeti… “His very body does he so…

lakkhaṇa →

pts

…ārammaṇa with ref. to jhāna)
■ The 3 properties (tilakkhaṇaṃ) of existing things or of the phenomenal world are *anicca, dukkha,…

loka →

pts

…thought out buddha-visaya, jhāna-visaya, kamma-vipāka, l-c.). Cp BSk. laukika citta Divy.63, Divy.77 etc. -dhammā (pl….

mana(s) →

pts

…m.“; at DN-a.i.120 as “jhāna-manena nibbatta”; at Dhp-a.i.23 as “manato nipphanna”; at Vv-a.10 as “bāhirena paccayena vinā…

mano →

pts

…m.“; at DN-a.i.120 as “jhāna-manena nibbatta”; at Dhp-a.i.23 as “manato nipphanna”; at Vv-a.10 as “bāhirena paccayena vinā…

maṅgala →

pts

adjective auspicious prosperous, lucky, festive Mnd.87, Mnd.88; Kp-a.118 sq. Snp-a.273, Snp-a.595; Sdhp.551
■ nt. maṅgalaṃ good omen auspices, festivity Snp.258; Vin.ii.129; Pv-a.17. A curious …

mettā →

pts

…Ja.vi.71 and metta- jhāna love-meditation, as expln of m
■ citta at Snp-a.417; Pv-a.167.

*…

nibbatteti →

pts

to produce, bring forth; practise, perform; to bring to light, find something lost (at Mil.218) Nd ii.= jāneti (s. v.); Ja.i.66, Ja.i.140; Ja.iii.396 (jhānâbhiññaṃ); Pv-a.76 (jhānāni) 30; Mil.200; Sd …

nibbedha →

pts

penetration, insight; adj.: penetrating, piercing, scrutinising, sharp. Freq. in phrase nibbedha-bhāgiya (sharing the quality of penetration), with ref. to samādhi, saññā etc. [cp. BSk nirvedha˚ Di …

nibbāna →

pts

…= Ja.iii.195; id.: Dhp.203; jhānaṃ upasampajja… okkamanāya n.˚assa AN.iv.111 sq.; cp. AN.iv.230 sq.; kaṭuviyakato bhikkhu… ārakā…

nijjhāna →

pts

…nidhyāna, ni + jhāna1

Nijjhāna2

neuter conflagration, in anto˚ = nijjhāyana Pv-a.18 (cittasantāpa + in…

nijjhāyana →

pts

burning away, consumption; fig. remorse, mortification in anto˚; Ja.i.168 (cp. nijjhāna2).

Sk. *niḥkṣāyana, nis + jhāyana of jhāyati2

nimitta →

pts

…reflex, image (with ref to jhāna) Vism.123, cp. Dhs-a.167
■ Specified e.g. as foll.: oḷārika SN.v.259; pasādaniya SN.v.156;…

nippītika →

pts

…(characteristic of 3rd jhāna, q.v.) DN.i.75; AN.i.81. 2. being unloved, a foster child etc. (?) see nippitika.

nis +…

pakka →

pts

…cp. Ja.iii.425.

  • -jjhāna “guessing at ripeness,” i.e. foretelling the number of years a man has yet to live in list of forbidden…

palibujjhana →

pts

obstruction Dhp-a.iii.258.

fr. palibujjhati

parikamma →

pts

…sense used with ref. to jhāna, as kasiṇa˚; processes whereby jhāna is introduced, preparations for meditation Ja.i.141 Ja.iv.306;…

passaddhi →

pts

…through the 4 jhānas etc.). Passaddhi is one of the 7 sambojjhaṅgas (constituents of enlightenment): see this & cp. MN.iii.86;…

pavijjhana →

pts

hurling, throwing Ja.v.67 (Devadattassa silā˚, cp. Vin.ii.193); Ja.i.173; Ja.v.333.

fr. pavijjhati

pañca →

pts

…in foll. combinations: ˚jhāna (viz. vitakka, vicāra pīti, sukha, cittass’ ekaggatā) Dhs.83; ˚turiya orchestra SN.i.131; Thag.398;…

pañcaka →

pts

…(˚naya fivefold system of jhāna, cp. Dhs. translation 52); Snp-a.318 (˚nipāta of Anguttara)
■ nt. pañcakaṃ a pentad, five…

paññā →

pts

…highest knowledge. (See also jhāna1. They are referred to in almost every Suttanta of Dīgha vol. i (given in extenso at…

paṭi →

pts

indeclinable directional prefix in well-defined meaning of “back (to), against towards, in opposition to, opposite.” As preposition (with acc. and usually postponed) towards, near by, at usually …

paṭivijjhanaka →

pts

adjective only in neg. ap˚; impenetrable Dhp-a.iv.194.

paṭi + vijjhana + ka,of vyadh

phassanā →

pts

touch, contact with Dhs-a.167 (jhānassa lābho… patti… phassanā sacchikiriyā).

abstr. fr. phassa

phālana →

pts

splitting Ja.i.432 (dāru˚); Vism.500 (vijjhana˚).

fr. phāleti

pādaka →

pts

…base Pv-a.167. pādaka-jjhāna meditation forming a basis (for further introspective development) Vism.390, Vism.397, Vism.412 sq., Vism.428 ,…

pārisuddhi →

pts

…and in 4th jhāna); Vism.30 (= parisuddhatā), Vism.46 (˚sīla), Vism.278; Dhp-a.iii.399 (catu˚-sīla), Dhp-a.iv.111…

pāṇaka →

pts

…MN.i.243; SN.i.169; Snp.p.15 (udaka); Ja.i.67 (jhāna).

fr. pāṇa

pīti →

pts

…Sdhp.461. On relation to jhāna see the latter. In series pīti passaddhi samādhi upekkhā under…

ruci →

pts

…diṭṭhinijjhānakhanti MN.ii.170, MN.ii.218; MN.ii.234; contrasted with dhamma DN.iii.40; Vb.245 (in defn of…

samijjhana →

pts

fulfilment, success Dhp-a.i.112.

fr. samijjhati

sampasādana →

pts

tranquillizing DN.i.37; Dhs.161; Mil.34; Vism.156; Dhs-a.170 (in the description of the second Jhāna); happiness, joy Bv.i.35.

saṃ + pasādana

samādhi →

pts

…MN.iii.158. The second jhāna is born from samādhi DN.ii.186; it is a condition for attaining kusalā dhammā AN.i.115; Mil.38; conducive to…

samāpatti →

pts

…comprise the four Jhānas, the realm of the infinity of space, realm of the infinity of consciousness, realm of nothingness, realm of…

savicāra →

pts

accompanied by investigation DN.i.37 etc., in the description of the first Jhāna. See vicāra.

savitakka →

pts

accompanied by reasoning DN.i.37 etc., in the formula of the first Jhāna. See vitakka.

saṅkamati →

pts

…tree); Kv.565 sq. (jhānā jhānaṃ). 2. to transmigrate Mil.71 sq. (+ paṭisandahati)
grd saṅkamanīya to be passed on or transferred…

saṅkhata →

pts

…The discernment of higher jhāna- states as saṅkhata is a preliminary to the attainment of Arahantship MN.iii.244….

suddhika →

pts

…Vism.63 (ekato & ubhato), Vism.64 (id.); Dhs-a.185 (jhāna).

suddhi + ka

sujjhana →

pts

purification Vism.44.

fr. sujjhati

sūcikā →

pts

  1. a needle; (fig.) hunger Pv.ii.8#3; Pv-a.107.
  2. a small bolt to a door Vin.ii.120, Vin.ii.148. sūcik’aṭṭha whose bones are like needles (?) Pv.iii.2#3 Pv-a.180 (sūcigātā ti vā pāṭho. Vijjhanatthe …

ta →

pts

…taṃ kissa hetu Nd ii.on jhāna
■ gen. tassa (c) therefore AN.iv.333.
■ instr. tena (a) there (direction =…

thera →

pts

…heart, practising the four Jhānas, and being conscious of having attained freedom through the destruction of the mental intoxications. It is…

ti FIXME double →

pts

…having 3 angas (of jhāna) Dhs.161; -vassika for the 3 seasons (-gandha-sālibhattaṃ bhuñjantā) Dhp-a.ii.9;…

tika →

pts

…(t
■ catukka-jhāna the 3 & the 4 jhānas); Mil.12 (tika-duka-paṭimaṇḍitā dhammasanganī); Vism.13 sq.; Dhs-a.39 (-duka…

ujjhatti →

pts

…k….

ujjhāna →

pts

…Dpvs.ii.6; Dhp-a.iii.376 (˚saññitā irritability).

ud + jhāna1 or jhāna2?

ujjhāpana →

pts

…to which jhāpeti to bring to ruin etc.? cp. ujjhāna

upanijjhāna →

pts

…& lakkhaṇa˚ with ref. to jhāna Ja.v.251; Dhp-a.i.230; Dhp-a.iii.276; Vv-a.38, Vv-a.213. Cp. nijjhāyana.

upa +…

upanijjhāyana →

pts

meditation, reflection Mil.127; Vism.418.

for ˚nijjhāna

vibbhantaka →

pts

…Vin.ii.60.

vibbhanta +…

vihāra →

pts

…DN.iii.281; SN.ii.273 (jhāna˚); SN.iii.235 (id.); AN.iii.294 (˚ṃ kappeti to live one’s life); Pts.ii.20; Ne.119 sq. Ne.3.

  1. a…

vijjhana →

pts

piercing or getting pierced DN-a.i.75; DN-a.ii.87 (kaṇṇa˚-mangala, ear-piercing ceremony) Pv-a.107.

fr. vijjhati

vijjā →

pts

nīvaraṇas, 2 of the 4 jhānas; the third consists of 8 items, viz 1 ñāṇa-dassana, 2 manomaya-kāya, 3 iddhi 4 dibba-sota, 5…

vikkhambheti →

pts

…Vism.268; Ja.i.303 (jhānabalena kilese v.); Mil.34 (nīvaraṇe); Dhp-a.iv.119 (pītiṃ vikkhambhetvā: here in meaning “set up,…

vimokha →

pts

…Vin.iv.25; AN.iii.417, AN.iii.419 AN.v.34, AN.v.38; Vb.342
■ See also jhāna.

fr. vi + muc, cp. mokkha1

vimokkha →

pts

…Vin.iv.25; AN.iii.417, AN.iii.419 AN.v.34, AN.v.38; Vb.342
■ See also jhāna.

fr. vi + muc, cp. mokkha1

vinivijjhana →

pts

piercing, perforating, penetrating Dhs-a.253; Thag-a.197 (in expln of bahuvidha).

fr. vinivijjhati

vipassanā →

pts

…Ne.191; Mil.16; Vism.2 (with jhāna etc.), Vism.289 (+ samādhi), Vism.628 sq. (the 18 mahā˚); Pv-a.14 (samāhita-citta˚), Pv-a.167;…

virujjhana →

pts

obstructing or being obstructed, obstruction, Ja.vi.448.

fr. virujjhati

vitakka →

pts

…discarded in the second jhāna (called a˚). See e.g. DN.i.37; SN.iv.360 sq.; AN.iv.300; Vin.iii.4; Vism.85 and formula of…

viveka →

pts

…upadhi˚ the latter equivalent to “nibbāna.” Cp. on term Dial. i.84. See also jhāna. Cp. pa˚….

viññāṇa →

pts

…the Āruppa-jhānas; see jhāna-āhāra consciousness (i.e. vital principle) sustenance see above d and cp. Dhs.70,…

vuṭṭhāna →

pts

…term to revival from jhāna -abstraction (cp Cpd. 67, 215 n. 4; Dhs. trln, § 1332) MN.i.302; SN.iii.270…

yoga →

pts

…or in spiritual (esp. jhāna-) exercises; one who practises “yoga” an earnest student. The term is peculiar to the Abhidhamma literature…

yujjhana →

pts

fighting, making war Ja.iii.6, Ja.iii.82.

fr. yujjhati

ñāṇa →

pts

…in the 8 attainments, viz jhāna & its 4 succeeding developments), pañc’ abhiññā (the 5 higher knowledges, see…

ākiñcañña →

pts

…AN.iv.40, AN.iv.401; Pts.i.36; Ne.26, Ne.39; Vism.333. See also jhāna & vimokkha.

abstr. fr. akiñcana

ākāsa →

pts

…standing beyond the fourth jhāna viz. 1 ākās˚, 2 viññāṇ’ānañc-āyatana 3 ākiñcaññ˚ 4 n’eva saññānâsaññ˚, 5 nirodha, 6…

āpādaka →

pts

…(abhiññ˚ catuttha-jjhāna). 2. (n.) one who takes care of a child, a protector, guardian AN.i.62 = AN.i.132 = Iti.110 (+ posaka)
■…

āpātha →

pts

…visible MN.i.174 = Nd ii.jhāna (an˚ unapproached); Pv-a.23 (āpāthaṃ gata)

  • -gatatta abstr. fr. last: appearance…

ārā →

pts

…by dūragata); Ja.ii.449 (jhānabhūmiyā; = dūre ṭhita C.), Ja.v.78 (saṃyame; = dūrato C.). See also ārakā.

*…

āvijjhana →

pts

(so for āviñchana & āviñjana) adjective noun

  1. (āvijjhati 2) swinging round, hanging loose, spinning in; āvijjhana-rajju a loose, rope, esp. in mythology the swinging or whirling rope by which Sa …

āvijjhanaka →

pts

whirling round, that which spins round, the whirling-round wheel (or pole) of the world (cp. the potter’s wheel), the worldaxis Dhp-a.ii.146 (T. āviñch˚).

fr. āvijjhati in meaning 2

ṭhiti →

pts

…Vism.32 (kāyassa); in jhāna SN.iii.264, SN.iii.269 sq., saddhammassa (prolongation of) SN.ii.225; AN.i.59; AN.ii.148; AN.iii.177 (always…