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Wrong Path, 1 Definition(s)

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· Eightfold Path
There are also eightfold paths: 1) noble eightfold path (āryāṣṭāṅgamārga...
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· Threefold path
There are also threefold paths (to go directly to nirvāṇa): A) Three kind...
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· Twofold path
There are also twofold paths (to go directly to nirvāṇa): bad path (a...
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· Fourfold path
There are also fourfold paths: 1) the path of worldly people (pṛthagjana...
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· Middle Path
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· Fivefold path
There are also fivefold paths: 1) path of the damned (nārakamārga), path...
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· Sixfold path
There are also sixfold paths: 1) path of the damned (nārakamārga), path ...
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· Wrong View
The tendency of the mind to cling to concepts at the expense of reality; taking ...
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· Simple Path
There is a simple path (ekayāna) to go directly to nirvāṇa: this is mindfulne...
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· Ninefold path
There are also ninefold paths: 1) path of the nine successive absorption...
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· Wrong Understanding
(or view), w. thought, w. speech; etc: s. micchā-magga.
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· Path Condition
magga-paccaya, is one of the 24 conditions (paccaya).
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· Path Result
(fruition): phala.
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· Sevenfold path
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· Tenfold path
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