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Bhāvanā Maya Paññā, 1 Definition(s)

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wisdom based on mental development'; s. paññā

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· Maya
Cosmic Illusion (māyā).—There is a very subtle veil that clouds our und...
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· Panna
Paññā, (f.) (cp. Vedic prajñā, pa+jñā) intelligence, comprising all the higher f...
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· Bhavana
Bhāvanā is the process by which powders of drugs are levigated to a soft mass...
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· Cintā Maya Paññā
'Wisdom (or knowledge) based on thinking', s. paññā.
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· Suta Mayā Paññā
'knowledge based on learning'; s. paññā.
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· Māyātattva
Illusion (māyā)–“supreme veil”, “the world-source&rdq...
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· Dānamaya
Dānamaya—consisting in giving alms or being liberal (see above a) D.III...
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· Sikāyasa-maya
Sikāyasa-maya, (adj.) (made of tempered steel (said of swords) J. VI, 449 (cp. N...
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· Aśubhabhāvana
Contemplation of the disgusting (aśubhabhāvana) is a good counteragent (kuśal...
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· Cittabhāvanā
Cittabhāvanā—cultivation of the h. M.III, 149;  
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· Kāyabhāvanā
Kāyabhāvanā:—Meditation or training with regard to action D. III, 219; ...
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· Maya Sutta
Māyā, (f.) (cp. Vedic māyā. Suggestions as to etym. see Walde, Lat. Wtb. s. v. m...
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Paññā, (f.) (cp. Vedic prajñā, pa+jñā) intelligence, comprising all the higher f...
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· Upacara Bhavana
When the practitioner becomes more mature, his mind becomes much much more conce...
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· Panna Jataka
Pañña, (-°) (adj.) (the adj. form of paññā) of wisdom, endowed with knowledge or...
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