De citta en het Doodloze

Verkorte leerreden van de eerwaarde Arahant Maha Bua Nyanasampanno By:
De citta en het Doodloze

Bewustzijn wordt in het Pali aangeduid met de woorden viññana en citta. Tussen beide woorden is er een belangrijk verschil.

Viññana is dat deel van de geest dat ontstaat en vergaat als bewustzijn, het zich bewust worden van iets door contact van de zintuigen met een zintuiglijk waarneembaar object.

De citta daarentegen is bewustzijn, het weten, “degene die weet”. En dat deel van de geest sterft niet.

De eerwaarde Arahant Maha Bua Nyanasampanno sprak in meerdere van zijn leerreden over de citta. Verkorte versies van enkele van die leerreden zijn hier weergegeven.

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