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March 24, 2009

Hello Everyone! Me, again.

After my second post, one of my friends said that my posts are all about soccer. 😛

This is also right. So I try to post something except soccer. 🙂

Today topic is about my habit. An activity that I always do in everyday life.

First, let me tell you about my religion. I am Buddhist. I believe in Buddhism. So I always recite Buddha’s scripture every day. I want to introduce you with one of Buddha’s scripture.

It is called 24 Pyit Sie Pa Htan Par Li (twenty-four conditional relations).

It is the last novel feature of the Abhidhamma method contributed by the final book of the Pitaka, the Patthana and is a set of twenty-four conditional relations laid down for the purpose of showing how the ultimate realities are welded into orderly processes.

This scheme of conditions supplies the necessary complement to the analytical approach that dominates the earlier books of the Abhidhamma.

The method of analysis proceeds by dissecting apparent wholes into their component parts, thereby exposing their voidness of any indivisible core that might qualify as self or substance.

The synthetic method plots the conditional relations of the bare phenomena obtained by analysis to show that they are not isolated self-contained units but nodes in a vast multi-layered web of inter-related, inter-dependent events.

Taken in conjunction, the analytical method of the earlier treatises of the Abhidhamma Pitaka and the synthetic method of the Patthana establish the essential unity of the twin philosophical principles of Buddhism, non-self or egolessness (anatta) and dependent arising or conditionality (paticca samuppada).

Thus the foundation of the Abhidhamma methodology remains in perfect harmony with the insights that lie at the heart of the entire Dhamma.

Here are demonstrations about these 24 conditional relations.

These pictures are from Mahamuni Buddha (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahamuni_Buddha) which is situated in Mandalay (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandalay), the second largest city and the last royal capital of Myanmar.

I know many readers may be confused with this post because most of you are not Buddhist.

I just want to present one of my daily activities.

Acknowledgement

I thank for the related information to the following websites.

Sources (references) :

http://www.dhammastudy.com/Conditions17.html

http://www.accesstoinsight.org/lib/authors/bodhi/abhiman.html

http://blog.nyilynnseck.com/2008/11/blog-post_14.html

And thanks also to my friend for suggestion to this post. 🙂

And please follow to the following link for Dhamma Audio file if you want to listen to the above conditional relations. I do not upload in my blog because I’m afraid that it would take too much of bandwidth.

Audio file – http://www.imeem.com/people/xUGHm-I/music/omKcJaKS/kyar-ni-kan-sayadaw-pahtan-24/

This is 24 conditional relations circle.

This is 24 conditional relations circle.

1.      root-condition (hetu-paccaya

1. root-condition (hetu-paccaya)

2.      object-condition (arammana-paccaya)

2. object-condition (arammana-paccaya)

3.      predominance-condition (adhipati-paccaya)

3. predominance-condition (adhipati-paccaya)

4.      proximity-condition (anantara-paccaya)

4. proximity-condition (anantara-paccaya)

5.      contiguity-condition (samanantara-paccaya)

5. contiguity-condition (samanantara-paccaya)

6.      conascence-condition (sahajata-paccaya)

6. conascence-condition (sahajata-paccaya)

7.      mutuality-condition (annamanna-paccaya)

7. mutuality-condition (annamanna-paccaya)

8.      dependence-condition (nissaya-paccaya)

8. dependence-condition (nissaya-paccaya)

9.      decisive support-condition (upanissaya-paccaya)

9. decisive support-condition (upanissaya-paccaya)

10.  prenascence-condition (purejata-paccaya)

10. prenascence-condition (purejata-paccaya)

11.  postnascence-condition (pacchajata-paccaya)

11. postnascence-condition (pacchajata-paccaya)

12.  repetition-condition (asevana-paccaya)

12. repetition-condition (asevana-paccaya)

13.  kamma-condition (kamma-paccaya)

13. kamma-condition (kamma-paccaya)

14.  vipaka-condition (vipaka-paccaya)

14. vipaka-condition (vipaka-paccaya)

15.  nutriment-condition (ahara-paccaya)

15. nutriment-condition (ahara-paccaya)

16.  faculty-condition (indriya-paccaya)

16. faculty-condition (indriya-paccaya)

17.  jhana-condition (jhana-paccaya)

17. jhana-condition (jhana-paccaya)

18.  path-condition (magga-paccaya)

18. path-condition (magga-paccaya)

19.  association-condition (sampayutta-paccaya)

19. association-condition (sampayutta-paccaya)

20.  dissociation-condition (vippayutta-paccaya)

20. dissociation-condition (vippayutta-paccaya)

21.  presence-condition (atthi-paccaya)

21. presence-condition (atthi-paccaya)

22.  absence-condition (natthi-paccaya)

22. absence-condition (natthi-paccaya)

23.	disappearance-condition (vigata-paccaya)

23. disappearance-condition (vigata-paccaya)

24.	non-disappearance-condition (avigata-paccaya)

24. non-disappearance-condition (avigata-paccaya)

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