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Appendix One: 100 Dharmas

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The One Hundred Dharmas


I. The Eight Consciousnesses
1. Seeing-consciousness 2. Hearing-consciousness 3. Smelling-consciousness 4. Tasting-consciousness 5. Tactile/kinetic consciousness 6. Empiric-consciousenss 7. Focusing 8. Warehouse consciousness

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D Disturbances Klesa
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30. Appropriational intent

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31. Aversion 32. Stupidity 33. Arrogance 34. Doubt 35. Perspectivality

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Secondary Mental Disturbances 36. Anger 37. Enmity 38. Resist recognizing own faults 39. [verbal] maliciousness 40. Envy 41. Selfishness 42. Deceit 43. Guile 44. Harmfulness 45. Conceit 46. Shamelessness 47. Non-embarrassment 48. Restlessness 49. Mental fogginess 50. Lack of Faith/trust 51. Lethargic negligence 52. Carelessness 53. Forgetfulness 54. Distraction 55. back of [self-]Awareness krodha upanaha mraksa pradasa irsya matsarya maya sathya vihimsa mada ahrikya anapattapya auddhatya styana asraddhya kausidya pramada musitasmrtita viksepa asamprajanya

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II. Mental Associates caitta, caitasika-dharma citta-samprayukta-dharma


Always-active 9. Sensory contact 10. Pleasure/pain/neutral 11. Volition 12. Associative-thinking 13. Attention Specific 14. Desire 15. Confident Resolve 16. Memory/mindfulness 17. Meditative concentration 18. Discernment Sarvatraga

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Advantageous 19. Faith/trust 20. [inner] Shame 21. Embarrassment 22. Lack of Greed 23. Lack of Hatred
24. Lack of Misconception

Kusala

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amoha

Indeterminate 56. Remorse 57. Torpor 58. Initial mental application 59. [subsequent] Discursive Thought

Aniyata kaukrtya middha vitarka vicara

25. Vigor 26. Serenity


27. Carefulness

virya prasrabdhi
apramada

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III. Form
60. Eye 61. Ear 62. Nose 63. Tongue 64. Body 65. [visible] form 66. Sound 67. Smell 68. Taste 69. Touch 70. 'Formal' Thought-objects
a. b. c. d. e.

Rupa-dharma
caksus smtra ghrana jihva kaya rupa sabda gandha rasa sprastavya dharmayatanikani riipani

V. Unconditioned Dharmas
95. Spatiality 96. Cessation through Understanding 97. Cessation without Understanding 98. 'Motionless' Cessation 99. Cessation of Associative-thinking and Pleasure/pain .100. Ipseity

Asamskrta-dharmas
akasa pratisamkhya-nirodha apratisamkhya-nimdha aninjya samjna-vedayita-nimdha tathata

Concrete form analyzed to minutest extent Non-concrete form (space, color) analyzed to grandest extent Innermost impression of perceptual form Forms arising through False Conceptual Construction Forms produced and mastered in Samadhi /^Sfffi

IV. Embodied-conditioning Not Directly [perceived] by Citta Citta-viprayukta-samskara-dharma


71. (karmic) Accrual 72. Life-force 73. Commonalities by species 74. Differentiation of species 75. Attainment of Thoughtlessness 76. Attainment of Cessation 77. [realm of] Thoughtless [beings] 78. 'Name' body 79. 'Predicate' body 80. 'Utterance' body 81. Birth/arising 82. Continuity/abiding 83. Aging/decaying 84. Impermanence 85. Systematic Operation 86. Determinant (karmic) Differences 87. Unifying 88. Speed 89. Seriality 90. Area 91. Time 92. Number/calculation 93. Synthesis 94. Otherwiseness
prapti jivitendriya nikaya-sabhaga visabhaga asamjni-samapatti nimdha-samapatti asamjnika nama-kaya pada-kaya vyanjana-kaya jati sthiti jam anityata pravrtti pratiniyama yoga Java anukrama desa kala samkhya samagri anyathatva

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Appendix Two: Seventy Five Dharmas

Appendix Two

75 dharmas
Rupani (Form) 1. Caksus 2. Srotra 3. Ghrana 4. Jihva 5. Kaya 6. Rupa 7. Sabda 8. Gandha 9. Rasa 10. Sprastavya 11. Avijnapti-rupa Citta (Mind) 12. Citta mind
eye ear nose tongue body visibles sound smell taste touch gesture unrevealing of intent

27. Apatrapya 28. Alobha 29. Advesa 30. Ahirrtsa 31. Prasrabdhi 32. Apramada

embarrassment lack of greed lack of hatred non-harmfulness serenity carefulness

Klesa-mahabhumika (Mental Disturbance Major Groundings) 33. Moha (= mudhi) 34. Pramada 35. KausTdya 36. Asraddhya 37. Sthyana 38. Auddhatya confusion carelessness lethargic negligence lack of faith/trust mental fogginess restlessness

Akusala-mahabhumika (Nonadventageous Major Groundings) 39. Ahrikya 40. Anapatrapya shamelessness non-embarrassment

Paritta-klesa-mahabhumika (Secondary Mental Disturbance Major Grounc 41.Krodha 42. Upanaha 43. Satthya (= sathya) 44. Irsya 45. Pradasa 46. Mraksa 47. Matsarya 48. Maya 49. Mada 50. Vihimsa anger enmity guile envy [verbal] maliciousness resist recognising own faults selfishness deceit conceit harm fulness

Mahabhumika (Major Groundings) 13. Vedana 14. Sarnjna 15. Cetana 16. Sparsa 17. Chanda 18. Mali (= prajna) 19. Smrti 20. Manaskara 21. Adhimukti (=adhimoksa) 22. Samadhi pleasure/pain/neutral associative-thinking volition sensory contact desire discernment memory/mindfulness attention confident resolve meditative concentration

Aniyata-mahabhumika (Indeterminate Major Groundings) 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. Vitarka Vicara Kaukrtya Raga Mana Pratigha Vicikitsa Middha initial mental application [subsequent] discursive thought remorse appropriational intent arrogance aversion doubt torpor

Kusala-mahabhumika (Advantageous Major Groundings) 23. Sraddha 24. VIrya 25. Upeksa 26. Hri faith/trust vigor equanimity (inner) shame

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Citta-viprayukta-samskara-dharmah (Embodied-conditioning dissociated from Mind) 59. Prapti 60. Aprapti 61. Sabhagata 62. Asamjnika 63. Asarnjni-samapatti 64. nirodha-samapatti 65. Jivita (= jivitendriya) 66. Jati 67. Sthiti 68. Jara 69. Aniyata 70. Nama-kaya 71. Pada-kaya 72. Vyanjana-kaya (karmic) accrual (karmic) divestment commonality of species [realm of] Thoughtless beings attainment of Thoughtlessness attainment of Cessation life-force birth continuity/abiding aging/decay impermanence 'Name' body 'Predicate' body 'Utterance' body

Appendix Three

Comparison of 75 and 100 dharmas


There are only 2 dharmas that appear exclusively in the 75 Dharma list: 1. Avijnapti-rupa (#11), and 2. Aprapti (#60) The rest are either found in common on both lists, or exclusively in the 100 Dharma Their order and categorization differs as follows:

Asamskrta-dharmah (Unconditioned Dharmas) 1. Akasa 2. Pratisamkhya-nirodha 3. Apratisamkhya-nirodha spatiality Cessation through understanding Cessation without understanding

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LEGEND (symbols comment on terms to their left in the charts) classified as aniyata-mahabhumika in the 75 dharma system classified as klesa-mahabhumika in the 75 dharma system classified as parittaklesa-mahabhiimiks in the 75 dharma systei classified as akusala-mahabhuniika in the 75 dharma system absent from the 75 dharma system (#n) is number in 75 dharma system (n) is number in 100 dharma system (i) is number within specific category of 75 dharma sys

100 Dharmas Citta-dharmah


1. Seeing-consciousness 2. Hearing-consciousness 3. Smelling-consciousness 4. Tasting-consciousness 5. Tactile/kinetic consciousness 6. Empiric-consciousenss 7. Focusing 8. Warehouse consciousness caksw-vijnana srotra-vijnana ghrana-vijnana jihva-vijnana kaya-vijnana mano-vijnana manas alaya-vijfiana

75 Dharmas Citta (#12)


1. Citta (mind)

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II. Mental Associates caitta, caitasika-dharmah Always-active 9. Sensory contact 10. Pleasure/pain/neutral 11. Volition 12. Associative-thinking 13. Attention Specific Viniyata chanda adhimoksa smrti samadhi prajfia Sarvatraga sparsa vedana cetana sarnjna manaskara

citta-samprayukta-dharmah Mahabhumika (#13-22) \. Vedana ii. Sarnjna iii. Cetana iv. Sparsa

Akusala-mahabhumika (#: i. Ahrikya (46) ii. Anapatrapya (47)

14. Desire 15. Confident Resolve 16. Memory/mindfulness 17. Meditative concentration 18. Discernment

v. Chanda vi. Mati (= prajna) (18)


vii. Smrti viii. Manaskara (13)

ix. Adhimukti (= adhimoksa) (15) x. Samadhi (17)

Advantageous Kusala
19. Faith/trust 20. [inner] Shame 21. Embarrassment 22. Lack of Greed 23. Lack of Hatred 24. Lack of Misconception 25. Vigor 26. Serenity 27, Carefulness 28. Equanimity 29. Non-harmfulness sntddha hri apatmpya alobha advesa amoha vitya prasrabdhi apramada upeksa ahimsa

Kusala-mahabhumika (#23-32)
i. Sraddha ii. Virya (25) iii. Upeksa (28) iv. Hri (20) v. Apatrapya (21) vi. Alobha (22) vii. Advesa (23) viii. Ahimsa (29) ix. Prasrabdhi (26) x. Apramada (27) Klesa-mahabhumika (#33-38)
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Secondary Mental Disturbances Paritta-klesa-mahabhumika (#4 ~ i. Krodha 36. Anger krodha ~ ii. Upanaha 37. Enmity upanaha 38. Resist recognizing own faults mraksa ~ iii. Satthya (= sathy 39. [verbal] maliciousness pradasa = iv. Irsya (40) .40. Envy s: irsya v. Pradasa (39) 41. Selfishness =: matsarya vi. Mraksa (38) 42. Deceit maya vii. Matsarya (41) = 43. Guile sathya viii. Maya (42) = ~ 44. Harmful ness vihimsa ix. Mada (45) 45. Conceit = mada x. Vihimsa (44) 46. Shamelessness ahrikya 1 47. Non-embarrassment anapatrapya 11 48. Restlessness auddhatya 49. Mental fogginess styana 50. Lack of Faith/trust asraddhya 51. Lethargic negligence kausidya 52. Carelessness pramada 53. Forgetfulness musitasmrtita 54. Distraction viksepa 55. Lack of [self-] Awareness asamprajanya Upaklesa

Mental Disturbances Klesa 30. Appropriational intent 31. Aversion 32. Stupidity 33. Arrogance 34. Doubt 35. Perspectivality raga pratigha mudhi mana vicikitsa drsti

Indeterminate Aniyata

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i. Moha (= mudhi) (32) ii. Pramada (52) iii. Kausidya (51) iv. Asraddhya (50) v. Sthyana (49) vi. Auddhatya (48)

56. Remorse kaukrtya 57. Torpor middha 58. Initial mental application vitarka 59. [subsequent] Discursive Thought vicara

1. Vitarka (58) 2. Vicara (59) 3. Kaukrtya (56) 4. Raga (30) 5. Mana (33) [klej 6. Pratigha (31) i 7. Vicikitsa (34) 8. Middha (57)

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III Form

Rupa-dharma caksus srotra ghrana jihva kaya rupa sabda gandha rasa sprastavya dharmayatanikani rupani

RQpani (#1-11) 1. Caksus 2. Srotra 3. Ghrana 4. Jihva 5. Kaya 6. Rupa 7. Sabda 8. Gandha 9. Rasa 10. Sprastavya 1 1. Avijnapti-rupa

V Unconditioned Dharmas 95. Spatiality 96. Cessation through Understanding 97. Cessation Not through Understanding 98. Motionless Cessation 99. Cessation of Associativethinking and Pleasure/ pain 100. Ipseity

Asamskrta-dharmas (#73-75)

60. Eye 61. Ear 62. Nose 63. Tongue 64. Body 65. [visible] form 66. Sound 67. Smell 68. Taste 69. Touch 70. 'Formal' Thought-objects

akasa pratisamkhya-nirodha apratisamkhya-nirodha aninjya sarnjna-vedayita-nirodha tathata

1. Akasa 2. Pratisarnkhya nirodha 3. Apratisarnkhy nirodha

IV Embodied-conditioning Not Directly [perceived] by Citta Citta-viprayukta-sarnskara-dharma (#59-72) 71. (karmic) Accrual 72. Life-force 73. Commonalities by species 74. Differentiation of species 75. Attainment of Thoughtlessness 76. Attainment of Cessation 77. [realm of] Thoughtless [beings] 78. 'Name' body 79. 'Predicate' body 80. 'Utterance' body 81. Birth/arising 82. Continuity/abiding 83. Aging/decaying 84. Impermanence 85. Systematic Operation 86. Determinant (karmic) Differences 87. Unifying 88. Speed 89. Seriality 90. Area 91. Time 92. Number/calculation 93. Synthesis 94. Otherwiseness prapti jivitendriya nikaya-sabhaga visabhaga asamjni-samapatti nirodha-samapatti asamjnika nama-kaya pada-kaya vyanjana-kaya jati sthiti jara anityata pravrtti pratiniyama yoga Java anukrama desa kala samkhya samagri anyathatya 1. Prapti (71) 2. Aprapti 3. Sabhagata (73) 4. Asamjnika (77) 5. Asamjni-samapatti (75) 6. nirodha-samapatti (76) 7. JIvita (= jivitendriya, 72) 8. Jati (81) 9. Sthiti (82) 10. Jara (83) ll.Aniyata(84) 12. Nama-kaya (78) 13. Pada-kaya (79) 14. Vyanjana-kaya (80)