by Nārada Thera | 80,494 words | ISBN-13: 9789380336510
In the Abhidhammattha Sangaha there is a brief exposition of the Law of Dependent Origination, followed by a descriptive account of the Causal Relations that finds no parallel in any other philosophy. Edited in the original Pali Text with English Translation and Explanatory Notes by Narada Maha Thera....
§ 12. Mahaggatesu pana
tīsu Pathamajjhānika-cittesu tāva aññasamānā terasa cetasikā Viratittayavajjitā dvāvīsati Sobhanacetasikā c'āti pañcatimsa dhammā sangaham gacchanti.
Karunā - muditā pan'ettha paccekam'eva yojetabbā. Tathā
- Dutiyajjhānikacittesu Vitakkavajjā,
- Tatiyajjhānikacittesu Vitakka Vicāravajjā,
- Catutthajjhānikacittesu Vitakka-Vicāra-Pītivajjā,
- Pañcamajjhānikacittesu pana pannarasasu Appamaññāyo na labbhantī'ti sabbathā'pi sattavisati - Mahaggata cittesu pañcakajjhānavasena pañcadhā'va sangaho hoti'ti.
Pañcatimsa catuttimsa - tettimsa ca yathākkamam
Dvattimsa c'eva timseti-pañcadhā'va Mahaggate.
At first in the three (types of) Sublime First Jhāna consciousness thirty-five factors go into combination-namely, thirteen aññasamāna mental factors, and twenty-two Beautiful mental factors, excluding the three Abstinences. (13 + 22 = 35).
Here Compassion and Appreciative Joy should be combined separately.
- Similarly in the Second Jhāna consciousness Initial Application is excluded.
- In the Third Jhāna consciousness Initial Application and Sustained Application are excluded.
- In the Fourth Jhāna consciousness Initial Application, Sustained Application and Joy are excluded.
- In the fifteen (types of) Fifth Jhāna consciousness the Illimitables are not obtained.
In all the twenty-seven types of Sublime consciousness the combination is fivefold according to the five kinds of Jhānas.
There are respectively thirty-five, thirty-four, thirty-three, thirty-two, and thirty. Fivefold is the combination in the Sublime.
Footnotes and references:
They are found only in the lokuttara cittas and the kāmāvacara kusala cittas
Because they do not arise simultaneously as their objects vary.
i.e., 3 Fifth Jhānas and 12 arūpa jhānas. The Jhāna factors of the arūpa jhānas are identical. Illimitables do not occur in them because they are accompanied by upekkhā