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Contents of Mind in Buddhist Psychology - Unchecked

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by Sangharakshita

A Seminar on MIND IN BUDDHIST PSYCHOLOGY

Held at Padmaloka, Summer 1976. Based on the translation from the Tibetan
by H.V.Guenther and Leslie S. Kawamura produced by Dharma Publishing.
CONTENTS
Text page
Seminar page
(iv)
Foreword by Tarthang Tulku
1(ix)
Description of Illustrations
12(xi)
Preface

29(xv)
Introduction by H.V.Guenther
34(xv)
The Way
36(xvii)
The Accumulation Phase
49(xxiv)
Mind and Mental Events
80 -
(Summary of Introduction by Manjuvajra)
1091THE NECKLACE OF CLEAR UNDERSTANDING: An Elucidation
of the Workings of Mind and Mental Events
by-Ye-shes rgyal-mtshan (1713 - 1793)
3Verses of Veneration and Intention
1115Introduction to Mind and Mental Events
1279Mind and Mental Events Distinguished as to their
Individual Nature and Differentiation
15314Mind
17518Mental Events
18919The Five Omnipresent Mental Events
190191. Feeling-tone (Vedana)
190232. Conceptualisation (Samjna)
223253. Directionality of Mind (Cetana)
245274. Rapport (Sparsha)
273285. Egocentric Demanding (Manasikara)
27929The Five Object-determining Mental Events
28529l. Interest (Chanda)
286312. Intensified interest which stays with its object
(Adhimoksha)
294323. Inspection (Smrti)
295354. Intense concentration (Samadhi)
305375. Appreciative discrimination (Prajna)
31338The Eleven Positive Mental Events
316381. Confidence-trust (Shraddha)
316422. Self-respect (Hri)
341 423. Decorum (Apatrapya)
342434. Non-attachment (Alobha)
352435. Non-hatred (Advesa)
360446. Non-deludedness (Amoha)
366487. Diligence (Virya)
395538. Alertness (Prashrabdhi)
407549. Concern (Apramada)
4105510. Equanimity (Upeksa)
4225711. Non-violence (Ahimsa, Avihimsa)
42658 (A summary of the Eleven Positive Mental Events)
44364 The Six Basic Emotions (klesha)
489651. Cupidity-attachment (Raga, Lobha)
490662. Anger (Dvesa)
501683. Arrogance (Mana)
517724. Lack of Intrinsic Awareness (Avidya)
532745. Indecision (Vicikitsa)
550746. Opinionatedness (Drsti)
56982 The Twenty Proximate Factors of Instability (Upaklesha) 65282 1. Indignation (Krodha)
65383 2. Resentment (Upahana)
66084 3. Slyness-concealment (Mraksa)
66684 4. Spite (Pradasa)
67685 5. Jealousy (Irsya)
68585 6. Avarice (Matsarya)
69386 7. Deceit (Maya)
69888 8. Dishonesty ( )
71589 9. Mental Inflation (Mada)
7348910. Malice (Vihimsa)
7409011. Shamelessness (Ahrikya)
7449012. Lack of Sense of Propriety (Anapatrapya)
7489113. Gloominess (Styana)
7559214. Ebullience (Auddhatya)
7599315. Lack of Trust (Ashraddha)
7779416. Laziness (Kausidya)
7809417. Unconcern (Pramada)
7859518. Forgetfulness (Musitasmrtita)
7909619. Inattentiveness (Vikshepa)
7959620. Desultoriness (Asamprajanya)
80099The Four Variables (Aniyata)
819991. Drowsiness (Middha)
8191012. Worry (Kaukrtya)
8341023. Selectiveness (Vitarka)
4. Discursiveness (Vicara)
839109A Summary for Making a Living Experience
of What is Gained by the Analysis
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