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Re: [Pali] Re: Necessity of jhanas: panna-vimutto and sukkhavipassako

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  • Dimitry A. Ivakhnenko (������� ��������
    Dear Robert, Thank you for translation. According to this passage the way of sukkhavipassaka is quite difficult. Are there any certain examples of
    Message 1 of 36 , Oct 2, 2003
      Dear Robert,

      Thank you for translation. According to this passage the way of
      sukkhavipassaka is quite difficult.

      Are there any certain examples of sukkhavipassaka in the Tipitaka?

      r> However not all beings have the accumulations to
      r> master the jhanas (I mean genuine jhana, not imitation).

      Certainly not all - peta can't do it.
      Yet in my opinion any person who is able to fall in love deeply, is able as
      well to develop more skillful jhana.

      "Lakkhana jhana" is a part and parcel of overall Buddhist jhana practice.

      Dimitry
    • Dimitry A. Ivakhnenko (������� ��������
      Dear Robert, Thank you for translation. According to this passage the way of sukkhavipassaka is quite difficult. Are there any certain examples of
      Message 36 of 36 , Oct 2, 2003
        Dear Robert,

        Thank you for translation. According to this passage the way of
        sukkhavipassaka is quite difficult.

        Are there any certain examples of sukkhavipassaka in the Tipitaka?

        r> However not all beings have the accumulations to
        r> master the jhanas (I mean genuine jhana, not imitation).

        Certainly not all - peta can't do it.
        Yet in my opinion any person who is able to fall in love deeply, is able as
        well to develop more skillful jhana.

        "Lakkhana jhana" is a part and parcel of overall Buddhist jhana practice.

        Dimitry
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