Difference between Phassa and Samphassa

…More details on how “samphassa” leads to samphassa-jā-vēdanā at: “Vedana (Feelings) Arise in Two Ways,” “Vipāka Vēdanā and “Samphassa jā Vēdanā” in a Sensory Event,” and “Dukkha Samudaya Starts With…

Vedanā (Feelings) Arise in Two Ways

…Stage via Understanding Perception (Saññā).” But we can get an idea by looking at some examples. Some Examples of Samphassa-jā-Vedanā 7. A samphassa-jā-vedanā arises due to attachment via greed or…

Loka Sutta – Origin and Cessation of the World

…(ii) That is followed by “contact with the three types of ‘saṅ‘” or “samphassa.” (iii) With samphassa as condition, samphassa-jā-vedanā come to be; (iv) with samphassa-jā-vedanā as condition, taṇhā; (v)…

Dukkha Samudaya Starts With Samphassa-Jā-Vedanā

…is samphassa-jā-vēdanā: Samphassa led to “Samphassa-jā-vedanā.” Therefore, the “extra vedanā” made up by the mind is the “samphassa-jā-vedanā.” Here, “jā” means “generated with.” That vedanā was generated by samphassa (san…

Indriya Make Phassa and Āyatana Make Samphassa

…But “samphassa” rhymes better. In the same way, “sansāra” (“san” + “sāra” or “good”) is commonly pronounced — and written — as “samsāra“. No Samphassa for an Arahant 7. An…

Pāli Suttās in Tipiṭaka – Direct Translations are Wrong

…paccayā abhisaṅkhāra; abhisaṅkhāra paccayā kamma viññāna; kamma viññāna paccayā nāmarūpa, nāmarūpa paccayā salāyatana, salāyatana paccayā samphassō, samphassa paccayā samphassa-jā-vēdanā, samphassa-jā-vēdanā paccayā taṇhā, taṇhā paccayā upādāna, upādāna paccayā bhavō, bhava paccayā…