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saṅkhārakkhandha


Pāḷi; √ saṅkhāra + kkhandha
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saṅkhāra-kkhandha

saṅkhāra-kkhandha: 'formation aggregate'. One of the five aggregates (khandha). See also saṅkhāra.

ATI Glossary

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Buddhist Dictionary

by late Ven. Nyanalokita Thera:

Table II - Mental-States

(saṅkhāra-kkhandha)

Mental states are of 50 kinds (ceta-sika), namely:1)

11 Common (añña-samāna)2)

(a) 5 universals (sabbacitta) (in every consciousness):

(b) 6 particulars (pakiṇṇaka) (not in every consciousness):

25 Lofty, pure (sobhana)

(a) primary (in every lofty consciousness):

(b) 6 secondary

3 Abstinences (viratiyo):3)

2 Boundless states (appamañña):

1 Faculty of wisdom (]]paññindriya]]):

14 Unwholesome (akusala)

(a) 4 primary (in every unwholesome consciousness):

(b) 10 secondary (not in every unwholesome consciousness):

4 Hate rooted:

Furthermore:

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PTS Dictionary

by the Pali Text Society:

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Glossary Thanissaro

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Glossary various Teacher

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See also

Suttas and Dhammadesanā

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The given sequence is based on the Abhidhammatthasaṅgaha.
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The moral quality of this 11 mental states depends whether they arise with a wholesome, unwholesome or neutral consciousness.
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The 3 abstinences and 2 boundless states, also envy, stinginess, worry, pride, sloth and torpor, are considered as 'inconstant' (aniyata), that means they occur with the accompanied consciousness only occasionally and than only one at the time.
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