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'''Three causes of disturbing emotions''' given in the [[Abhidharma]] are:
 
'''Three causes of disturbing emotions''' given in the [[Abhidharma]] are:
  
#Not having abandoned the latent tendencies or predispositions (''nyon mongs pa’i bag la nyal ma spang'')
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#not having abandoned the latent tendencies or predispositions (''nyon mongs pa’i bag la nyal ma spang''),
#Coming into contact with a provocative object (''nyon mongs skye ba’i yul nye bar gnas pa'')
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#coming into contact with a provocative object (''nyon mongs skye ba’i yul nye bar gnas pa''), and
#Incorrect thinking/unhelpful attitude (''tshul zhin ma yin pa yid la byed pa'')
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#incorrect thinking/unhelpful attitude (''tshul zhin ma yin pa yid la byed pa'')
  
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[[Category:Destructive Emotions]]
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[[Categoty:Abhidharma]]
 
[[Category:Enumerations]]
 
[[Category:Enumerations]]
[[Category:Destructive Emotions]]
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[[Category:3-Three]]

Revision as of 08:34, 23 May 2009

Three causes of disturbing emotions given in the Abhidharma are:

  1. not having abandoned the latent tendencies or predispositions (nyon mongs pa’i bag la nyal ma spang),
  2. coming into contact with a provocative object (nyon mongs skye ba’i yul nye bar gnas pa), and
  3. incorrect thinking/unhelpful attitude (tshul zhin ma yin pa yid la byed pa)

Categoty:Abhidharma