Five Aggregates–Mental Formations

Topics Include: 1) How our understanding of self affects our moral and ethical view of the world. 2) Mental formations as they are defined in the Buddhist Abhidhamma. 3) Definition of consciousness and mental formations: citta and cetasika. 4) The 52 mental formations and their organization into four categories. 5) The first two categories: the universals and the occasionals. 6) The moral and ethical implications of our mind states and their karmic implications for suffering or freedom.
Honolulu, Hawaii
September 16, 2017
30 minutes

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