MADHUPINDIKA SUTTA PDF

Most Ven. U. Dhammajiva Maha Thero selected Madhupindika Sutta during a residential retreat conducted at Melbourne during January Buddhist forum about the Dhamma of Theravāda Buddhism. A discussion on all aspects of Theravāda Buddhism. Madhupindika Sutta and. The Madhu,pi ika Sutta opens on a dark note with the Buddha‟s meeting The Madhu,piṇḍika Sutta is an example of a brief teaching by the Buddha.

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Then the Blessed One put on robes in the morning and taking bowl and robes entered Kapilavatthu for alms.

Madhupiṇḍika Suttaɱ

After the meal was over and returning from the alms round, he entered the Great forest and sat at the root of a Beluwa shoot to spend the day. Friend, I am of this view and teach it. When this was said, a certain bhikkhu said thus: The Blessed One said this; and getting up from the seat entered the monastery.

Soon after the Blessed One had gone to the monastery it occured to those bhikkhus. Now who will explain the meaning of this short exposition?

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We ask the meaning of this short exposition. This act of the venerable ones, having come to the presence of the Teacher, not asking him would come to ask us, is something similar to that. This is the time to ask its meaning from the Blessed One, so that we could madgupindika it in our minds.

I understand the detailed meaning of this short exposition as this:.

The coincident meeting of the three is contact. On account of contact feelings arise; what is felt is perceived; of what is perceived there is thinking; in thoughts there is diffusedness; on account of that, diffused perceptive components of forms of the past, future, and present cognizable by the eye consciousness arise and behave in that man. On account of the ear and sounds arise ear consciousness. The coincident meeting of the three is contact, on account of contact feelings, what is felt is perceived, of what is perceived there is thinking, in thoughts there is diffusedness, on acount of that, diffused perceptive components of sounds of the past, future and present cognizable by ear consciousness madhupinsika and behave in that man.

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The coincident meeting of the three is contact, on account of contact feelings, what is felt is perceivedof what is perceived there is thinking, in thoughts there is diffusedness, on account of that, diffused perceptive components of smells of the past, future and present cognizable by nose consciousness arise and behave in that man. The coincident meeting ot the three is contact, on account of contact feelings, what is felt is perceived, of what is perceived there is thinking, in thoughts there is diffusedness on account of that diffused pereceptive components of tastes of the past, future and present cognizable by tongue consciousness arise and behave in that man.

The coincident meeting of the three is contact, on account of contact feelings, what is felt is perceived, of what is perceived, there is thinking, in thoughts there is diffusedness, on account of that diffused perceptive components of touches of the past, future and present cognizable by body consciousness arise and behave in that man.

The coincident meeting of the three is contact, on account of contact feelings, what is felt is perceived, of what is perceived there is thinking, in thoughts there is diffusedness,on account of the diffusedness, perceptive components of thoughts of the past, future and present cognizable by mind consciousness arise and behave in that man.

When the notion madhuppindika contact is present, a notion of feelings is present and is possible, when there is a notion of feeling a notion of perception is possible, when there is a notion of perception a notion of thinking is possible, and when there is a notion of thinking a notion of diffused perceptive components arising and behaving is possible.

When the nose is present, smells are present, and nose consciousness is present When the tongue is present, tastes are present, and tongue consciousness is presesnt When the body is present, touches are present and body consciousness is present When the mind is present, thoughts are present, mind conscioussness is present, the notion of contact is present is possible. When the notion of contact is present, a notion of feelings is present is possible, when there is a notion of feeling a notion of perception is possible, when there is a notion of perception, a notion of thinking is possible, and when there is a notion of thinking a notion of diffused perceptive components arising and behaving is possible.

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When the notion of contact is not present, a notion of feelings is not possible, when there is not a notion of feeling a notion of perception is not possible, when there is not a notion of perception a notion of thinking is not possible, when there is not a notion of thinking a notion of diffused perceptive components arising and behaving is not possible.

When the nose is not present, smells are not present, and nose consciousness is suttz present When the is tongue is not present, tastes are not present, and tongue consciousness is not presesnt When the body is not present, mafhupindika are not present and body consciousness is not present When the madhpuindika is not present, thoughts are not present, mind conscioussness is not present, the notion of contact is not possible. When the madhupindi,a of contact is not present, a notion of feelings is not possible, when there is not a notion of feeling a notion of perception is not possible, when there is not a notion of perception, a notion of thinking is not possible, when there sutta not a notion of thinking a notion of diffused perceptive components arising and behaving is not possible.

I understand the detailed meaning of this short exposition as this. If you desire, approach the Blessed One and ask him as he explains bear it in mind.

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Who could give a detailed explanation to this short exposition. Then it occured to us: That is its meaning, so ustta it like that. When this was said venerable Aananda said thus to the Blessed One: Venerable sir, this is the meaning of this exposition.