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The contemplation of not-self (anattànupassanà) leads to the emptiness liberation (su¤¤atà-vimokkha, s. vimokkha). Herein the faculty of wisdom (pa¤¤indriya) is outstanding, and one who attains in that way the path of Stream-entry is called a Dhammadevotee (dhammànusàri; s. e. Holiness, he is called ‘liberated by wisdom’ (pa¤¤à-vimutta). For further details, see paramattha-sacca, pañiccasamuppàda, khandha, ti-lakkhaõa, nàma-råpa, pañisandhi. Literature: Anattà-lakkhana Sutta, Vinaya I, 13-14; S.
It is the delusion tricking beings by making life appear to them as permanent, happy, substantial and beautiful and preventing them from seeing that everything in reality is impermanent, liable to suffering, void of ‘I’ and ‘mine’, and basically impure (s. vipallàsa). Ignorance is defined as ‘not knowing the four truths, namely, suffering, its origin, its cessation, and the way to its cessation’ (S. XII, 4). ). M. (XVII, 36f) ignorance should not be regarded as “the causeless root-cause of the world….
Appamàõa-subha: a kind of heavenly being: s. deva (II). ). ), whilst the neighbourhood or access-concentration (upacàrasamàdhi) only approaches the 1st absorption without attaining it; s. samàdhi. appaõihita-vimokkha: s. vimokkha. – Appaõihitànupassanà; s. vipassanà. ). appicchatà: ‘having only few wishes’, contentedness, is one of the indispensable virtues of the monk; cf. A. X. ). apu¤¤àbhisankhàra: s. sankhàra. Arahat and arahatta-magga,-phala: s. ariya-puggala. àrammaõa: ‘object’. There are six: visible object, sound, odor, taste, body-impression, mind-object.