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The Latent Defilements 783 Why does not the same hold for sensation and the other mental states associated with view? " A Srotaapanna abandons all these errors (Jnanaprasthana, TD 26, p. 957a294); for the Seeing of the Truths which brings about the abandonment of views also brings about the abandoning of the ideas and thoughts associated with these views. 1. Another School38 says: The error which consists of holding as permanent that which is impermanent contains three errors: error of idea, of thought and of view; and the rest.
1 4. " What does hma mean? It refers to everything that is impure, because the Saints abandon it (prahma). And the view that consist of esteeming this is called simply "consideration" (pardmarsa). 32 5. The view which considers as cause that which is not cause, or as the path that which is not the Path, is called filavratapardmarsa: namely, to consider Mahesvara, Prajapati, or any other entity which is not a cause of the world as a cause of the world; to consider the rituals of suicide,—entering into fire or drowning—as a cause of a heavenly rebirth when they do not in fact procure heaven; or to consider morality and ascetic practices as the only path to deliverance when they are themselves not the only path to deliverance, nor the "knowledges" (Jnana) of the Saiiimkhyas and the Yogins which are not a path to deliverance; and so too the rest.
48 11a. The thirst for non-existence, etc. Vibhavatrsnd49 "the thirst for non-existence/' is also abandoned through Meditation. By vibhava ("non-existence") we mean the impermance of the three Dhatus, Kamadhatu, etc. " [The same for the desire to become Kuvera, the desire to become a woman; but not the desire to become Indra]. Ua-d. 51 The types of pride, etc. are not produced, and do not become active among the Aryans, nor is there any longer "egotism" among them. "Et cetera" signifies the anusayas enumerated above, the 788 Chapter Five paryavasthdnas of killing, the desire for non-existence and part of the desire for existence.