Kusalavipaka Citta, 1 Definition(s)
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General definition (in Buddhism)
Part of Ahetuka Cittas.
There are 8 ahetuka kusalavipaka cittas. These are 8 rootless wholesome resultant consciousness. They are
- upekkha sahagatam kusalavipaka cakkhuvinnana citta
- upekkha sahagatam kusalavipaka sotavinnana citta
- upekkha sahagatam kusalavipaka ghanavinnana citta
- upekkha sahagatam kusalavipaka jivhavinnana citta
- sukha sahagatam kusalavipaka kayavinnana citta
- upekkha sahagatam kusalavipaka sampaticchana citta
- upekkha sahagatam kusalavipaka santirana citta
- somanassa sahagatam kusalavipaka santirana citta
These cittas are the resultant cittas supported by kusala kamma or wholesome deeds. Sukha means physical pleasure.Source: Journey to Nibbana: Patthana Dhama
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