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Existence is seen as an interrelated flux of phenomenal events, material and psychical, without any real, permanent, independent existence of their own. These events happen in a series, one interrelating group of events producing another. The first two stages are related to the past or previous life and explain the present, the next eight belong to the present, and the last two represent the future as determined by the past and what is happening in the present. The series consists of: 1 ignorance avijja; avidya , specifically ignorance of the Four Noble Truths , of the nature of humanity, of transmigration, and of nirvana ; which leads to 2 faulty thought-constructions about reality sankhara ; samskara.

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Existence is seen as an interrelated flux of phenomenal events, material and psychical, without any real, permanent, independent existence of their own. These events happen in a series, one interrelating group of events producing another. The first two stages are related to the past or previous life and explain the present, the next eight belong to the present, and the last two represent the future as determined by the past and what is happening in the present.

The series consists of: 1 ignorance avijja; avidya , specifically ignorance of the Four Noble Truths , of the nature of humanity, of transmigration, and of nirvana ; which leads to 2 faulty thought-constructions about reality sankhara ; samskara.

These in turn provide the structure of 3 knowledge vinnana; vijnana , the object of which is 4 name and form—i. The presence of objects and senses leads to 6 contact phassa; sparsha between the two, which provides 7 sensation vedana. Because this sensation is agreeable, it gives rise to 8 thirst tanha ; trishna and in turn to 9 grasping upadana , as of sexual partners.

This sets in motion 10 the process of becoming bhava; bjava , which fructifies in 11 birth jati of the individual and hence to 12 old age and death jara-marana; jaramaranam. The formula is repeated frequently in early Buddhist texts, either in direct order anuloma as above, in reverse order pratiloma , or in negative order e.

The formula led to much discussion within the various schools of early Buddhism. Later, it came to be pictured as the outer rim of the wheel of becoming bhavachakka ; bhavachakra , frequently reproduced in Tibetan painting.

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Paticca-samuppada-vibhanga Sutta: Analysis of Dependent Co-arising translated from the Pali by Thanissaro Bhikkhu X The updated version is freely available at This version of the text might be out of date. Please click here for more information Dwelling at Savatthi From ignorance as a requisite condition come fabrications. From fabrications as a requisite condition comes consciousness. From the six sense media as a requisite condition comes contact. From contact as a requisite condition comes feeling. From feeling as a requisite condition comes craving.

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It deals with the cause of rebirth and suffering, but it does not in the least attempt to show the evolution of the world from primordial matter. Ignorance Avijja is the first link or cause of the wheel of life. It clouds all right understanding. Dependent on ignorance of the Four Noble Truths arise activities Sankhara -- both moral and immoral. Nevertheless, good actions are essential to get rid of the ills of life. Dependent on activities arise rebirth-consciousness Vinnana. This links the past with the present.

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Conditionality[ edit ] The Pratityasamutpada teachings asserts neither direct Newtonian-like causality nor a single causality. Rather, it asserts an indirect conditioned causality and a plural causality. This is expressed in Majjhima Nikaya as "When this is, that is; This arising, that arises; When this is not, that is not; This ceasing, that ceases. Buddhism asserts that there is nothing independent, except nirvana.

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