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So when concentration and effort are balanced a person will not fall into laziness, or agitation and will be able to attain jhŒna. w 57 When a person wishes to develop a tranquillity object it is appropriate to have very strong faith. If a person thinks, ÒI will certainly reach jhŒna if I develop concentration on the paÊibhŒga nimittaÓ then by the power of that belief and by concentrating on the object of the paÊibhŒga nimitta they will surely achieve jhŒna. This is because JhŒna is primarily based on concentration.

He repeats this process alternating between internal and external, matter and mentality, causal dhammas and resultant dhammas, past, present, and future. As the meditator continues to discern the passing away and ceasing of dhammas in this way then his insight progresses through the remaining insight knowledges. That is knowledge of fearfulness of formations (bhaya –Œöa), knowledge of danger of formations (Œdinava –Œöa), knowledge of detachment from formations (nibbidŒ –Œöa), knowledge of desire for deliverance from formations (muccitukamyatŒ –Œöa), knowledge of reflecting, (patisaºkhŒ – Œöa), and knowledge of equanimity towards formations (saºkhŒrupekkhŒ –Œöa).

For this reason during upacŒra concentration bhavaºga mind states still occur and one can fall into bhavaºga (life-continuum consciousness). The meditator experiences this and will say that everything stopped, or he may even think this is nibbŒna. In reality there are still w 54 bhavaºga mind states present during this time and the mind has not stopped, but the meditator does not have sufficient skill to discern this because of the subtlety of these bhavaºga mind states. To avoid dropping into bhavaºga and to develop further you need the help of the five controlling faculties of faith, effort, mindfulness, concentration, and understanding (saddha, v´riya, sati, samŒdhi, and pa––a) to push the mind and fix it on the paÊibhŒga nimitta.

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