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The '''five ever-present mental states''' (Skt. ''sarvatraga''; [[Wyl.]] ''kun ‘gro lnga'') are a set of five mental states among the [[fifty-one mental states]], so-called because they always accompany the [[main mind]]. Without them, the main mind could not perceive any objects. They are:
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<noinclude>The '''five ever-present mental states''' (Skt. ''sarvatraga''; Tib. [[ཀུན་འགྲོ་ལྔ་]], [[Wyl.]] ''kun ‘gro lnga'') are a set of five mental states among the [[fifty-one mental states]], so-called because they always accompany the [[main mind]]. Without them, the main mind could not perceive any objects. They are:
 
 
#Sensation (Skt. ''vedanā''; Wyl. ''tshor ba'')
 
#Perception (Skt. ''saṃjña''; Wyl. ''‘du shes'')
 
#Intention (Skt. ''cetanā''; Wyl. ''sems pa'')
 
#Contact (Skt. ''sparśa''; Wyl. ''reg pa'')
 
#Attention (Skt. ''manaskāra''; Wyl. ''yid byed'')
 
  
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</noinclude>#[[Sensation]] (Skt. ''vedanā''; Tib. [[ཚོར་བ་]])
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#[[Perception]] (Skt. ''saṃjña''; Tib. [[འདུ་ཤེས་]])
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#[[Intention]] (Skt. ''cetanā''; Tib. [[སེམས་པ་]])
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#[[Contact]] (Skt. ''sparśa''; Tib. [[རེག་བྱ་]])
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#[[Attention]] (Skt. ''manaskāra''; Tib. [[ཡིད་བྱེད་]])<noinclude>
  
 
==Alternative Translations==
 
==Alternative Translations==
#feeling
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*ever-functioning subsidiary awarenesses (Alexander Berzin)
#discernment
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*five ever-present factors
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#mental engagement
 
  
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[[Category:Abhidharma]]
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[[Category:Five ever-present factors]]
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[[Category:Fifty-one mental states]]
 
[[Category:Enumerations]]
 
[[Category:Enumerations]]
[[Category:Abhidharma]]
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[[Category:05-Five]]
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</noinclude>

Latest revision as of 00:04, 23 February 2021

The five ever-present mental states (Skt. sarvatraga; Tib. ཀུན་འགྲོ་ལྔ་, Wyl. kun ‘gro lnga) are a set of five mental states among the fifty-one mental states, so-called because they always accompany the main mind. Without them, the main mind could not perceive any objects. They are:

  1. Sensation (Skt. vedanā; Tib. ཚོར་བ་)
  2. Perception (Skt. saṃjña; Tib. འདུ་ཤེས་)
  3. Intention (Skt. cetanā; Tib. སེམས་པ་)
  4. Contact (Skt. sparśa; Tib. རེག་བྱ་)
  5. Attention (Skt. manaskāra; Tib. ཡིད་བྱེད་)

Alternative Translations

  • ever-functioning subsidiary awarenesses (Alexander Berzin)
  • five ever-present factors