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Samatha Kamatthana, 1 Definition(s)

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There are different nimittas arise while practising samatha kamatthana.

They are

  • parikamma nimitta or initial image,
  • uggaha nimitta or mental image, and
  • patibhaga nimitta or counter image.

These are all pannatta and these are all objects that is the object of mind and they all are dhammarammana. Pannatta are dhammarammana.

Also see samatha kammatthana bhavana

Added: 20.Jun.2009 | Journey to Nibbana: Patthana Dhama
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