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Udaya-manava-puccha: Udaya's Questions

Udaya-manava-puccha

Summary: url=index.html#snp.5.13.than In what way should one live mindfully, so as to bring about Awakening.

Sn 5.13 PTS: Sn 1105-1111

Udaya-manava-puccha: Udaya's Questions

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Ehrwürdigen Thanissaro Bhikkhu

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[Udaya:] To the one in jhana seated dustless, passionless, his task done, effluent-free, gone to the beyond of all phenomena, I've come with a question. Tell me the gnosis of emancipation, the breaking open of ignorance. [The Buddha:] The abandoning both of sensual desires, & of unhappiness, the dispelling of sloth, the warding off of anxieties, equanimity-&-mindfulness purified, with inspection of mental qualities swift in the forefront: That I call the gnosis of emancipation,(1) the breaking open of ignorance.(2) [Udaya:] With what is the world fettered? With what is it examined? Through the abandoning of what is there said to be Unbinding? [The Buddha:] With delight the world's fettered. With directed thought it's examined. Through the abandoning of craving is there said to be Unbinding. [Udaya:] Living mindful in what way does one bring consciousness to a halt? We've come questioning to the Blessed One. Let us hear your words. [The Buddha:] Not relishing feeling, inside or out: One living mindful in this way brings consciousness to a halt.(3)

Anmerkungen

1.

For a discussion of the „gnosis of emancipation“ — the state of knowledge consisting of mental absorption coupled with an analysis of mental states, see AN 9.36 and Section III.F in //Die Flügel für das Erwachen//.

2.

AN 3.32 contains a discussion of this verse. The Buddha tells Ven. Sariputta that one should train oneself such that „with regard to this conscious body, there will be no 'I'-making or 'mine'-making or obsession of conceit, such that with regard to all external themes [topics of concentration] there will be no 'I'-making or 'mine'-making or obsession of conceit, and that we will enter & remain in the awareness-release & discernment-release in which there is no 'I'-making or 'mine'-making or obsession of conceit.“ When one has trained in this way, he says, one is called a person who has cut through craving, unraveled the fetter, who has, through the right penetration of conceit, put an end to suffering & stress. He then states that it was in connection to this state that he uttered this verse.

3.

For a discussion of „bringing consciousness to a halt“ — showing that it is not an annihilation of consciousness, but rather the ending of its proliferating activity — see SN 22.53.


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