Namagotta includes both anidassana/appaṭigha nāma AND anidassana/appaṭigha rupa (dhammā.)
Think about it the following way.
– Namagotta includes ALL our past experiences.
– Some experiences do not lead to kamma generation and those lead to anidassana/appaṭigha nāma.
– With other experiences, we generate kamma bija/dhammā (via abhisankhara). Those lead to anidassana/appaṭigha rupa (dhammā.)
Now, kamma bija/dhammā can lose energy over time (those that have not brought vipaka). Those that brought vipaka lose their energy while bringing vipaka.
– Thus eventually anidassana/appaṭigha rupa (dhammā) end up as anidassana/appaṭigha nāma.
I explained this by answering another question from you in a different thread too. You may not have understood it there.
– Please read the above carefully. Quote from above what is not clear and ask questions. It is important to understand these concepts.