Reply To: Kamma are Done with Sankhāra – Types of Sankhāra

Tobias G

Hi Lal,
on May 14 you wrote:
“Yes. Moha is a cetasika. Avijja is not moha, but a reduced form of moha.

When one does punna kamma, it is the avijja cetasika that is involved (unless one has comprehended Tilakkhana, in which case it becomes a punna kiriya, without kammic consequences).”

Avijja is not a cetasika, moha is. Anyway, how can one do punna kamma with avijja, when this good act involves sobhana cetasika? Are the citta vithi mixed: sobhana/asobhana citta vithi?