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Abhidhamma – Introduction

oSubsection: Essential Abhidhamma – The Basics

Amazingly Fast Time Evolution of a Thought (Citta)

The Amazing Mind – Critical Role of Nāmagotta (Memories)

Citta and Cetasika – How Viññāṇa (Consciousness) Arises

State of Mind in the Absence of Citta Vīthi – Bhavaṅga

Bhava and Bhavaṅga – Simply Explained!

Citta Vīthi – Processing of Sense Inputs

Javana of a Citta – The Root of Mental Power

Cetasika – Connection to Gati

oSubsection: Mind and Consciousness

What is Mind? How do we Experience the Outside World?

What is a Thought?

What is in a Thought? Why Gati are so Important?

What is Consciousness?

1. Thoughts (Citta), Consciousness (Viññāṇa), and Mind (Hadaya Vatthu) – Introduction

2. Viññāṇa (Consciousness) can be of Many Different Types and Forms

3. Viññāṇa, Thoughts, and the Subconscious

oSubsection: Gandhabba (Manomaya Kāya)

Gandhabba (Manomaya Kāya) – Introduction

Does any Object (Rūpa) Last only 17 Thought Moments? Moved to Paṭicca Samuppāda Understanding the Terms in Paṭicca Samuppāda

Hidden World of the Gandhabba: Netherworld (Paraloka)

Ghost in the Machine – Synonym for the Manomaya Kāya?

Manomaya Kāya (Gandhabba) and the Physical Body

Brain – Interface between Mind and Body

Manomaya Kāya and Out-of-Body Experience (OBE)

Cuti-Patisandhi – An Abhidhamma Description

oSubsection: Role of the Brain in Human Consciousness

Brain – Interface between Mind and Body

Body Types in Different Realms – Importance of Manomaya Kāya


oSubsection: Abhidhamma via Science – Introduction

Neuroscience says there is no Free Will? – That is a Misinterpretation!

The Double Slit Experiment – Correlation between Mind and Matter?

Vision (Cakkhu Viññāṇa) is Not Just Seeing


Other Relevant Posts:

Why Do People Enjoy Immoral Deeds? – Diṭṭhi Is Key

Key to Sotāpanna Stage – Diṭṭhi and Vicikicchā

The Origin of Matter – Suddhaṭṭhaka

What are Dhamma? – A Deeper Analysis

Pabhassara Citta, Radiant Mind, and Bhavaṅga