Dear Nina, thanks for your reply.
Regarding ADL chapter 16:
"Citta is another class of dhammarammana. Cittas experience different
objects, arammanas, but citta itself can be arammana as well. Citta
can have kusala cittas, akusala cittas and many other types of citta
as its object."
I realise this might be a very simplistic question, but what is an
experience of a citta as an object? I think I can tell when a cetasika
is the object like a feeling, or perception, or attention, etc. But
I'm not sure about citta. So far I thought citta is just a way of
saying "moment of consciousness", while the "color" of that moment, or
the "taste" of the experience, is supplied by the mix of cetasikas at
So perhaps the experience of a past citta as an object is like
recalling the experience of the "taste" of a particular mix of
cetasikas at a past moment? Or it's something else entirely?