Reply To: Vedana – What It Really Means


Thanks for fixing the link. I’m going to run a test try. Let me see if it works:
Vēdanā and Samphassa Jā Vēdanā – More Than Just Feelings

Lal said:
“Amisa upakkha vedana is the “neutral feeling” felt by a normal human. It can be, and it is at most times, contaminated with avijja. One just does not know the “reality of that particular situation”. ”

I had wondered about the association of moha/avijja to an object that is neither pleasant nor unpleasant. I thought “why is that and how?”. Now it makes sense. Thanks for that Lal.

So an Arahant wouldn’t have niramisa sukha either?