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Friday, March 31, 2006

Further on Kilesas

Further on Kilesas
To fully understand Kilesas, so as to defeat them, it is important to remember to include any reflections on Dhamma that are non-mindful, mindless, proliferation. That is to say, not "mapping" a reflection to actual phenomenal manifestations in the present moment, not investigating them. Anything that is propounded as some kind of a view to an imaginary audience or a rehearsal for some future hypothetical examination, etc. all this is also Kilesa. Learning to recognise them with clarity develops it's own momentum.

A skilful Kilesa to develop is to keep coming back to the Knowing in the present moment and developing that momentum.

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