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P A H Ā N A P a c c a y a n i d d e s a
1
PAṬṬHĀNA
Paccayaniddesa
The 24 Modes of Conditionality1. Hetu paccayo2.
Ā
ramma
a paccayo3. Adhipati paccayo4. Antara paccayo5. Samanantara paccayo6. Sahaj
ā
ta paccayo7. Aññamañña paccayo8. Nissaya paccayo9. Upanissaya paccayo10. Purej
ā
ta paccayo11. Pacch
ā
 j
ā
ta paccayo12.
Ā
sevana paccayo13. Kamma paccayo14. Vip
ā
ka paccayo15.
Ā
h
ā
ra paccayo16. Indriya paccayo17. Jh
ā
na paccayo18. Magga paccayo19. Sampayutta paccayo20. Vippayutta paccayo21. Atthi paccayo22. Natthi paccayo23. Vigata paccayo24. Avigata paccayo1. Root condition2. Object condition3. Predominance condition4. Contiguity condition5. Immediacy condition6. Co-nascence condition7. Mutuality condition8. Dependence condition9. Powerful Dependence condition10. Pre-nascence condition11. Post-nascence condition12. Repetition condition13. Kamma condition14. Kamma-result condition15. Nutriment condition16. Faculty condition17. Jh
ā
na condition18. Path condition19. Association condition20. Dissociation condition21. Presence condition22. Absence condition23. Disappearance condition24. Non-disappearance condition. 
1. Hetu paccayo
Hetupaccayo'ti:Hetu hetusampayuttak 
ā
na
dhamm
ā
na
 ta
samu
ṭṭ
h
ā
n
ā
nañca r 
ū
 p
ā
na
 hetu paccayena paccayo
Root Condition:
 The six roots
1
are related to the states
2
 associated with the rootsand to the matter produced thereby
3
  by root condition.
1
The six roots (
hetus
) are:
lobha, dosa, moha
and
alobha, adosa, amoha
2
States (
dhammas
) are the
cittas
and their 
cetasikas
 
3
Matter produced by the
cittas
with roots
 
: (
citta-ja
ū
 pa
) and at
 pa
isandhi
with roots:
kamma-ja r 
ū
 pa
 
 
P A H Ā N A P a c c a y a n i d d e s a
2
2.
Ā
ramma
a paccayo
Ā
ramma
apaccayo'ti:
 
(1) R 
ū
 p
ā
yatana
cakkhuviññ
āṇ
adh
ā
tuy
ā
 ta
sampayuttak 
ā
nañca dhamm
ā
na
 
ā
ramma
a paccayena paccayo.(2) Sadd
ā
yatana
sotaviññ
āṇ
adh
ā
tuy
ā
 ta
sampayuttak 
ā
nañca dhamm
ā
na
 
ā
ramma
a paccayena paccayo.(3) Gandh
ā
yatana
gh
ā
naviññ
āṇ
adh
ā
tuy
ā
 ta
sampayuttak 
ā
nañca dhamm
ā
na
 
ā
ramma
a paccayena paccayo.(4) Ras
ā
yatana
jivh
ā
viññ
āṇ
adh
ā
tuy
ā
 ta
sampayuttak 
ā
nañca dhamm
ā
na
 
ā
ramma
a paccayena paccayo.(5) Pho
ṭṭ
habb
ā
yatana
ā
yaviññ
āṇ
adh
ā
tuy
ā
 ta
sampayutt
ā
ā
nañca dhamm
ā
na
 
ā
ramma
a paccayena paccayo.(6) R 
ū
 p
ā
yatana
sadd
ā
yatana
 gandh
ā
yatana
ras
ā
yatana
  pho
ṭṭ
habb
ā
yatana
manodh
ā
tuy
ā
 ta
sampayuttak 
ā
nañca dhamm
ā
na
 
ā
ramma
a paccayena paccayo.(7) Sabbe dhamm
ā
manoviññ
āṇ
adh
ā
tuy
ā
 ta
sampayuttak 
ā
nañca dhamm
ā
na
 
ā
ramma
a paccayena paccayo.(8) Ya
ya
dhamma
 
ā
rabbha ye yedhamm
ā
uppajjanti cittacetasik 
ā
dhamm
ā
.Te te dhamm
ā
tesa
tesa
dhamm
ā
na
 
ā
ramma
a paccayena paccayo.
Object Condition:
Visible object is related to eye-consciousness-element
4
and its associated states
5
  by object condition.Sound is related to ear-consciousness-elementand its associated states by object condition.Smell is related to nose-consciousness-elementand its associated states by object condition.Taste is related to tongue-consciousness-element and its associated states by object condition.Tangible object is related to body-conscious-ness-element and its associated states by object condition.Visible object, sound,smell, taste andtangible object are related to mind-element
6
 and its associated states by object condition.All
dhammas
7
are related to mind-conscious-ness-element
8
and its associated states by object condition.Grasping any
dhamma
as object, these
dhammas
arise: consciousness and mentalfactors. The former 
dhamma
is related to thelatter 
dhammas
by object condition.
4
Eye-consciousnss-element (
c
akkhu-viññ
āṇ
a
-
dh
ā
tu
)means the two types of eye-consciousness, result of 
kusala
and
akusala
.
5
 
The associated states (
dhammas
) are the associated
cetasikas
, here the 7 universal
cetasikas
 
6
Mind-element (
m
ano-dh
ā
tu
) comprises the 3
cittas
  just before and after the
viññ
āṇ
a-citta
, that is
 pancadv
ā
ā
vajjana
and the 2
 sampa
icchana cittas.
7
all objects of the 6 senses
8
Mind-consciousness-element (
m
anoviññ
āṇ
a-dh
ā
tu
)comprises 76
cittas
, 89 minus 10
viññ
āṇ
a-cittas
andthe 3
cittas
of 
mano-dh
ā
tu
 
P A H Ā N A P a c c a y a n i d d e s a
3
3. Adhipati paccayo
Adhipatipaccayo'ti:(1) Chand
ā
dhipati chandasampayuttak 
ā
na
 dhamm
ā
na
 ta
samu
ṭṭ
han
ā
nañca r 
ū
 p
ā
na
 adhipati paccayena paccayo.(2) V
 ī 
riy
ā
dhipati v
 ī 
riyasampayuttak 
ā
na
 dhamm
ā
na
 ta
samu
ṭṭ
h
ā
n
ā
nañca r 
ū
 p
ā
na
 adhipati paccayena paccayo.(3
)
Citt
ā
dhipati cittasampayuttak 
ā
na
 dhamm
ā
na
 ta
samu
ṭṭ
h
ā
n
ā
nañca r 
ū
 p
ā
na
 adhipati paccayena paccayo.(4) V
 ī 
ma
s
ā
dhipati
 
v
 ī 
ma
sasampayuttak 
ā
na
dhamm
ā
na
 ta
samu
ṭṭā
n
ā
nañca r 
ū
 p
ā
na
 adhipati paccayena paccayo.(5) Ya
ya
dhamma
garu
katv
ā
ye yedhamm
ā
uppajjanti cittacetasik 
ā
dhamm
ā
.Te te dhamm
ā
tesa
tesa
dhamm
ā
na
 adhipati paccayena paccayo.
Predominance Condition:
Predominant wish (
chanda
) is related to itsassociated statesand to the matter produced thereby by predominance condition.Predominant effort (
v
ī 
riya
) is related to itsassociated statesand to the matter produced thereby by predominance condition.Predominant consciousness (
citta
) is related toits associated statesand to the matter produced thereby by predominance condition.Predominant investigating wisdom (
v
ī 
ma
 sa
)is related to its associated statesand to the matter produced thereby by predominance condition.Grasping any
dhamma
as an outstandingobject, these latter 
dhammas
arise:consciousness and mental factors.The former 
dhamma
is related to the latter 
dhammas
by predominance condition.
4.
 
Anantara paccaya
Anantarapaccayo'ti:(1) Cakkhuviññ
āṇ
adh
ā
tu ta
sampayuttak 
ā
cadhamm
ā
manodh
ā
tuy
ā
ta
sampayuttak 
ā
nañcadhamm
ā
na
anantara paccayena paccayo.Manodh
ā
tu ta
sampayuttak 
ā
ca dhamm
ā
 manoviññ
āṇ
adh
ā
tuy
ā
ta
sampayuttak 
ā
nañcadhamm
ā
na
anantara paccayena paccayo.(2) Sotaviññ
āṇ
adh
ā
tu ta
sampayuttak 
ā
cadhamm
ā
manodh
ā
tuy
ā
ta
sampayuttak 
ā
nañcadhamm
ā
na
anantara paccayena paccayo.Manodh
ā
tu ta
sampayuttak 
ā
ca dhamm
ā
 manoviññ
āṇ
adh
ā
tuy
ā
ta
sampayuttak 
ā
nañcadhamm
ā
na
anantara paccayena paccayo.
Contiguity or Proximity Condition:
Eye-consciousness-element and its associatedstates are related to mind-element
9
andassociated states by contiguity condition.Mind-element and its associated states arerelated to mind-consciousness-element
and itsassociated states by contiguity condition.Ear-consciousness-element and its associatedstates are related to mind-element and itsassociated states by contiguity condition.Mind-element and its associated states arerelated to mind-consciousness-element and itsassociated states by contiguity condition.
9
According to the mental process, mind-elementhere refers to the two types of receivingconsciousness (
 sampaticchana
) only.
10
Mind-consciousness-element here refers to thethree types of investigating consciousness(
 sant 
ī 
ra
a
) only.

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