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*the faculty of 'having understood all' (Skt. ''ajñātāvindriya'')
 
*the faculty of 'having understood all' (Skt. ''ajñātāvindriya'')
  
These three are correlated to the nine previous faculties of faith and so forth in the stream-of-being of, respectively, someone on the paths of [[path of seeing|seeing]], [[path of cultivation|meditation]], and [[path of no-more-learning|no-more-learning]].<noinclude>
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These three are correlated to nine of the previous faculties ([[faith]], [[diligence]], [[mindfulness]], [[concentration]], [[wisdom]], pleasure, suffering, mental ease and mental discomfort), of respectively, someone on the paths of [[path of seeing|seeing]], [[path of meditation|meditation]], and [[path of no-more-learning|no-more-learning]].<noinclude>
  
 
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According to Abhidharma literature there are three pure faculties that control supramundane virtues (Skt. lokottaravairāgyādhipati). They are:

  • the faculty of 'making all understood' (Skt. anājñātamājñāsyāmīndriya)
  • the faculty of 'understanding all' (Skt. ajñendriya)
  • the faculty of 'having understood all' (Skt. ajñātāvindriya)

These three are correlated to nine of the previous faculties (faith, diligence, mindfulness, concentration, wisdom, pleasure, suffering, mental ease and mental discomfort), of respectively, someone on the paths of seeing, meditation, and no-more-learning.

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