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Dhammapada:
Verses and Stories
Body Fattens - Mind Does Not


Verse
152. Body Fattens - Mind Does Not

Just as the ox grows old
so this man of little learning:
his fleshiness increases,
his wisdom doesn’t grow.

Explanation: The person who has scarcely heard the Teaching
grows in physique, like a fattened bull. Although his body grows, his self
understanding does not.

V.

FIVE TYPES OF BUDDHIST STUDY AND PRACTICE

MAHAYANA AND HINAYANA COMPARED

PURE LAND

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EIGHT CONSCIOUSNESSES

ONE HUNDRED DHARMAS

ONE HUNDRED DHARMAS

http://www.drbu.org/dictionary/one-hundred-dharmas

One
Hundred Dharmas

The
One Hundred Dharmas are a general categorization of all dharmas according to
the Consciousness-Only School of the Mahayana.


All lists of dharmas are distinction-making for the purpose of
breaking attachment to harmful distinctions about our minds and the physical
world that are based on attachment to self. Other general categorizations of
all dharmas include the five skandhas and the eighteen realms.

The One Hundred Dharmas make distinctions that are more specific
and form the basis for a sophisticate and detailed Buddhist psychology of mind.
They include:
11 Form Dharmas (five skandhas—form)
8 Mind Dharmas (eight consciousnesses)
51 Dharmas Interactive with the Mind
24 Dharmas Not Interactive with the Mind
+6 Unconditioned Dharmas
—————————————————————
100 Dharmas

The One Hundred Dharmas are listed individually and discussed in
detail in the Śāstra on the Door to Understanding the Hundred Dharmas (HD).


Chinese
Terms

百法

http://www.cttbusa.org/100shastra/100dharmas1.asp

http://www.cttbusa.org/100shastra/mtgate.jpgTHE SAGELY CITY OF TEN
THOUSAND BUDDHAS

http://online.sfsu.edu/~rone/Buddhism/Yogacara/BasicVersesAppendc.htm

http://buddhasandsages.wordpress.com/2010/03/02/100-dharmas/

http://www.acmuller.net/yogacara/outlines/100dharmas-big5.htm

The One Hundred
Dharmas

百法

Dan
Lusthaus

Based
on Vasubandhu’s Baifa mingmen lun
百法明門論
Mahaayaana `satadharmaa-prakaa`samukha `saastra
(Lucid Introduction to the One Hundred Dharmas)
T.31.1614

 

I. The Eight
Consciousnesses      Citta-dharma 
心法,八識


1.
Seeing-consciousness


cak.sur-vij~naana


眼識


2.
Hearing-consciousness


`srotra-vij~naana


耳識


3.
Smelling-consciousness


ghraa.na-vij~naana


鼻識


4.
Tasting-consciousness


jihvaa-vij~naana


舌識


5.
Tactile/kinetic consciousness


kaaya-vij~naana


身識


6.
Empiric-consciousenss


mano-vij~naana


意識


7.
Focusing


manas



8.
Warehouse consciousness


aalaya-vij~naana


阿賴耶識

 

 

II. Mental Associates  
   caitta, caitasika-dharma 
心所法

citta-samprayukta-dharma 
心相應法

A

Always-active   
Sarvatraga 
遍行


 9.
Sensory contact


spar`sa



10.
Pleasure/pain/neutral


vedanaa



11.
Volition


cetanaa



12.
Associative-thinking


sa.mj~naa



13.
Attention


manaskaara


作意

 

B

Specific   
Viniyata 
別境


14.
Desire


chanda



15.
Confident Resolve


adhimok.sa


勝解


16.
Memory/mindfulness


sm.rti



17.
Meditative concentration


samaadhi



18.
Discernment


praj~naa


 

C

Advantageous   
Ku`sala 


19.
Faith/trust


`sraddhaa



20.
[inner] Shame


hrii



21.
Embarrassment


apatraapya



22.
Lack of Greed


alobha


無貪


23.
Lack of Hatred


adve.sa


無瞋


24.
Lack of Misconception


amoha


無痴


25.
Vigor


viirya


精進


26.
Serenity


pra`srabdhi


輕安


27.
Carefulness


apramaada


不放逸


28.
Equanimity


upek.sa


行捨


29.
Non-harmfulness


ahi.msaa


不害

 



D

Mental
Disturbances    Kle`sa 
煩惱


30. Appropriational intent


raaga



31. Aversion


pratigha



32. Stupidity


muu.dhi



33. Arrogance


maana



34. Doubt


vicikitsaa



35. Perspectivality


d.r.s.ti


惡見

 

E

Secondary Mental
Disturbances    Upakle`sa 
隨煩惱


36. Anger


krodha


忿


37. Enmity


upanaaha



38. Resist recognizing own faults


mrak.sa



39. [verbal] maliciousness


pradaasa



40. Envy


iirasyaa



41. Selfishness


maatsarya



42. Deceit


maayaa



43. Guile


`saa.thya



44. Harmfulness


vihi.msaa



45. Conceit


mada



46. Shamelessness


aahriikya


無慚


47. Non-embarrassment


anapatraapya


無愧


48. Restlessness


auddhatya


掉舉


49. Mental fogginess


styaana


惛沈


50. Lack of Faith/trust


aa`sraddhya


不信


51. Lethargic negligence


kausiidya


懈怠


52. Carelessness


pramaada


放逸


53. Forgetfulness


mu.sitasm.rtitaa


失念


54. Distraction


vik.sepa


散亂


55. Lack of [self-]Awareness


asa.mprajanya


不正知





 

F

Indeterminate    Aniyata 
不定


56. Remorse


kauk.rtya



57. Torpor


middha


隨眠


58. Initial mental application


vitarka



59. [subsequent] Discursive
Thought


vicaara


 

 

III. Form    
   Ruupa-dharma 
色法


60. Eye


cak.sus



61. Ear


`srotra



62. Nose


ghraa.na



63. Tongue


jihvaa



64. Body


kaaya



65. [visible] form


ruupa



66. Sound


`sabda



67. Smell


gandha



68. Taste


rasa



69. Touch


spra.s.tavya



70. ‘Formal’ Thought-objects


dharmaayatanikaani ruupaani


法處所攝色


a. Concrete form analyzed to
minutest extent


極略色

 


b. Non-concrete form (space,
color) analyzed to grandest extent


極迥色

 


c. Innermost impression of
perceptual form


受所引色

 


d. Forms arising through False
Conceptual Construction


遍計所起色

 


e. Forms produced and mastered in
Samaadhi


定所生自在色

 






 

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

Citta-viprayukta-sa.mskaara-dharma 
心不相應行法


71. (karmic) Accrual


praapti



72. Life-force


jiivitendriya


命根


73. Commonalities by species


nikaaya-sabhaaga


眾同分


74. Differentiation of species


visabhaaga


異生法


75. Attainment of Thoughtlessness


asa.mj~ni-samaapatti


無想定


76. Attainment of Cessation


nirodha-samaapatti


滅盡定


77. [realm of] Thoughtless
[beings]


aasa.mj~nika


無想果


78. ‘Name’ body


naama-kaaya


名身


79. ‘Predicate’ body


pada-kaaya


句身


80. ‘Utterance’ body


vya~njana-kaaya


文身


81. Birth/arising


jaati



82. Continuity/abiding


sthiti



83. Aging/decaying


jaraa



84. Impermanence


anityataa


無常


85. Systematic Operation


prav.rtti


流轉


86. Determinant (karmic)
Differences


pratiniyama


定異


87. Unifying


yoga


相應


88. Speed


jaava


勢速


89. Seriality


anukrama


次第


90. Area (space)


de`sa



91. Time


kaala



92. Number/calculation


sa.mkhyaa



93. Synthesis


saamagrii


和合性


94. Otherwiseness


anyathaatva


不和合性

 

 

V. Unconditioned Dharmas 
   Asa.msk.rta-dharmas 
無為法


95. Spatiality


aakaa`sa


虛空


96. Cessation through
Understanding


pratisa.mkhyaa-nirodha


擇滅無為


97. Cessation without
Understanding


apratisa.mkhyaa-nirodha


非擇滅無為


98. ‘Motionless’ Cessation


aani~njya


不動滅無為


99. Cessation of Associative-thinking
and Pleasure/pain


sa.mj~naa-vedayita-nirodha


想受滅無為


100. Ipseity


tathataa


如來

 http://www.nalanda-university.com/buddhist-ayurveda-encylopedia/one_hundred_dharmas_shata-dharmah_pali-sata-dhammah_bai-fa.htm

http://www.zhaxizhuoma.net/DHARMA/Tripitaka/lucid100dharmas.htm

Lucid
Introduction to the One Hundred Dharmas
(Mahayana `satadharmaa-prakaa`samukha shastra or Bai-fa ming-men lun)

By
Vasubandhu

 

I.

The Eight Consciousnesses

 

Citta-dharma

Xin-fa, Ba-shi

II.

Mental Associates

caitta, caitasika-dharma
citta-samprayukta-dharma

Xin-suo fa, xin-xiang-ying fa

   A.

Always-active

Sarvatraga

Bian-xing

   B.

Specific

Viniyata

Bie-jing

   C.

Advantageous    

Ku`sala  

Shan

   D.

Mental Disturbances

Kle`sa

Fan-nao

   E.

Secondary Mental Disturbances

Upakle`sa

Sui-fan-nao

   F.

Indeterminate

 

Aniyata 

Bu-ding

III.

Form 

 

Ruupa-dharma

Se-fa

IV.

Embodied-conditioning Not Directly [perceived] by Citta

 

Citta-viprayukta-sa.mskaara-dharma

Xin-bu-xiang-ying-xing-fa

V.

Unconditioned Dharmas 

Asa.msk.rta-dharmas

Wu-wei-fa

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stanzas of the original text and
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Awakeness Practices

All 84,000 Khandas As Found in the
Pali Suttas

Traditionally
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The discourses of Buddha
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