Bodhicitta, aka: Bodhi-citta; 4 Definition(s)
A Mahayana technical term meaning "thought of enlightenment". Bodhicatta is believed to be the prerequisite to actual entry onto bodhisattva path.
In Buddhism, bodhicitta (Jp:. bodaishin, Tibetan: jang chub sem) is the wish to attain complete enlightenment (that is, Buddhahood) in order to be of benefit to all sentient beings - beings trapped in cyclic existence (samsara) and have not yet reached Buddhahood. One who has bodhicitta as the primary motivation for all of his or her activities is called a bodhisattva.
Cittā (चित्ता) is the name of a mind-born ‘divine mother’ (mātṛ), created for th...
1) Bodhi, 2 (=bodhi1) the tree of wisdom, the sacred Bo tree, the fig tree (Assattha, Ficus rel...
Cittānupassanā:—the critique of heart, adj. °ânupassin D.II, 299; III, 221, 281; ...
Akusala citta and akusala cetasika are akusala dhammas, dhammas which are unskilful, unprofi...
The smile-producing consciousness of the arahat. (Abhidhamma in Daily Life, Chapter 9)
When the citta is wholesome, kusala, all accompanying cetasikas are also kusala, even those kin...
Seeing-consciousness is vipakacitta (citta which is result).
Cittāgāra—a painted house, i.e. furnished with pictures; a picture gallery Vin.IV, 29...
Cittasālā—a painted room or picture gallery DA.I, 253;
Cittakathika—=°kathin A.I, 24; Th.2, 449 (+bahussuta), expld at ThA.281 by cittad...
Cittapatta—(adj.) having variegated wings J.VI, 540, 590;
Cittakamma—decoration, ornamentation, painting J.IV, 408; VI, 333; Miln.278; Vism.3...
Cittakāra—a painter, a decorator (cp. rajaka) S.II, 101=III, 152; Th.2, 256; J.VI, 3...
Cittapāṭalī—Name of a plant (the “pied” trumpet-flower) in the world of As...
Cittakkhepa—derangement of the mind, madness Vin.V, 189=193 (ummāda+); A.III, 219 (um...
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- · Anāgārika Dharmapāla > Mahā Bodhi Journal
- · A History of Indian Philosophy Volume 1 > ... > Citta
- · A Survey of Paramattha Dhammas > ... > Citta And Cetasika
- · Anāgārika Dharmapāla > Establishment of the Mahā Bodhi Society: 1891
- · A Survey of Paramattha Dhammas > ... > Citta Knows an Object
- · Abhidhamma In Daily Life > ... > How Citta Conditions Rupa
- · The Jataka, Volume IV > No. 443.: Culla-Bodhi-Jātaka.
- · A Survey of Paramattha Dhammas > ... > Functions of Citta
- · A History of Indian Philosophy Volume 1 > ... > The Cognitive Process and some characteristics of Citta
- · A Survey of Paramattha Dhammas > ... > A Process of Citta
- · Abhidhamma in Daily Life > The First Citta In Life
- · A Survey of Paramattha Dhammas > ... > The Nature Of Javana-citta
- · Abhidhamma in Daily Life > Different Aspects Of Citta
- · Abhidhamma in Daily Life > Different Types Of Patisandhi-citta
- · The Jataka, Volume IV > No. 479.: Kāliṅga-Bodhi-Jātaka.
- · Abhidhamma in Daily Life > Doors And Physical Bases Of Citta
- · A Survey of Paramattha Dhammas > ... > To Citta
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