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4 Types Of Mandala In Shingon;

Remark: 3 (e.g. mantra, mudra, sutra), and notice that "Mandala" usage might be adapted and derived from "mantra" ; blessing alike holiness, using voice e.g. "aun" , "namo" , "ohn" , ... ; linguistically, there is no "la" sound in NIPPON, therefore, "ra" ;

maccu, death;

Madhupiṇdika sutta;

Mae Daw, [Mae Daw is not a Pali word, Mae Daw is Myanmar transcription word] also see: Tuyatadi Mae Daw [in Myanmar]; a.k.a. Sarawasti; a.k.a. Lady Deity; also see: Who are the Buddhist Deities.html; also see: Guanyin Mae Daw

magga, a stage of enlightenment, also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm; magga, the path that leads to Nibbāna;

MAGGA VAGGA; also see: vagga;

visuddhi magga “the body is frequently contemplated, and then the consciousness would be transparent itself” ; Also see: A Study of First MulaMinGoneZetawonSayadaw’s Insight Meditation Technique in Burma, Ashin Panyacekka, Alodawpyie Meditation Monastery, Newark, CA 94560, U.S.A. (This research paper, submitted to United Nation Day of Vassak, the International Association of Buddhist University, MC University, Bangkok, Thailand), on January 13, 2016;

magga-ñāna, phala-ñāna: also known as magga-phala enlightenment; also see: jhāna; magga-ñāṇa, knowledge of the path; magga-ñāṇa and phala-ñāṇa, knowledge of the path and its fruition;

magga-phala, enlightenment, insight knowledge stage after practicing of mindfulness; enlightenment can uproot dormant form of defilements;

maggagata sutta, sensual pleasure life is a bit pleasurable appa-sāda, very miserable baha-dukkha, very stressful bahu-pāyāsa, and very inferior and impure sādīnava, therefore reliable happiness is described in the discourse on the journey to reliable happiness maggagata sutta;

big; large; Radical44, also see: Radicals;

maha, a prefix: imperial and dynasty; somehow big; something royal; Not in English dictionary, therefore, usage "maha" is not from Western Civilization; Mahayana Buddhism; Like a dialog "shin", in addition to imperial and dynasty, MAHA refers to title;

Mahā assapura sutta; Cūḷa assapura sutta;

Mahā māyā sūtra;

Mahā nāma sutta;

Nama For Humanoid, originally written in 2003;

Vimalakīrtinirdeśa & Mahā parinirvāņa sutra;

Mahā prajñāpāramitā upadeśaśāstra;

mahāsatipatthānasutta; MahaSatiPatthanaSutta; Maha sati patthana Sutta; one of the (sutra (s), sutta (s)) WHERE sutra is Mahayana usage, sutta is Theravada usage;

1st to understand (kaya and nama) as coexistence 2, kuru kuru WHILE realizing (anicca, dukkha, anatta); 2nd to understand ( (12) vs. (42)); 3rd, (12 = 6 + 2 + 2 + 2), (42 = 20 (5, 5, 5, 5) + 12 (6, 6) + 4 (1, 1, 1, 1) + 6 (1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1));

regarding (6 + 2 + 2 + 2), (pathavī (6), āpo (2), tejo (2), vāyo (2)) are classified into:
pathavī (6) as (hard, soft), (rough, smooth), (heavy, light); material (e.g. things);
āpo (2) as (outbound flow vs. inbound formation); e.g. Water;
tejo (2) as (hot (higher temperature) vs. cold (lower temperature)); e.g. heat;
vāyo (2) as (stand to hold (e.g. interior's air pressure) vs. push to hold (e.g. exterior's pressure to DEE)); e.g. air; regarding (6 + 2 + 2 + 2), IFF from top view, only 8 are observed and they are pathavī (6) and tejo (2);

regarding (20 (5, 5, 5, 5) + 12 (6, 6) + 4 (1, 1, 1, 1) + 6 (1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1)), (pathavī (20), āpo (12), tejo (4), vāyo (4)) are classified into:
pathavī (20) as physiological, including gastroenterological, musculoskeletal, and neurological ; physical form;
āpo (12) as endocrinological, hematological, and infectious; liquid form;
tejo (4) as fever, fire, geriatric, and digestion; heat form;
vāyo (4) as air form e.g. upward air, downward air, body's air pressure, gastroenterological air, hematological air, and (inhale, exhale) air;

mahaggata, great state of mind; Also see: Satipatthana meditation;

Mahāhatthipadopama sutta;

mahamudra [ THE JOY OF LIVING ]; Great Seal; Great Gesture; maha + mudra;

prince Mahanama of Shakya clan, cousin of Buddha;

mahā-padesa, 4 principles, mentioned in Pāli text;

Mahāsā ropana sutta;

Mahāsakulūdayi sutta;

mahasiddha [ THE JOY OF LIVING ]; extraordinary achievement of profound understanding; maha + siddha; also see: cittā-dhipati;

2 Bodhisattvas (Avalokitesvara, Boddhisattva of compassion; Mahathamaprapta, Boddhisattva of wisdom);

Vinaya, Mahāvagga 1;

mahāvagga pali, a.k.a. greater section, a.k.a. khandaka part I, one of the discipline books for monks and nuns;

Mahavairochana, cosmic truth itself; Mahayana Buddhism; In Nippon, a.k.a. Dainichi Nyorai;

mahayana Buddhism, a Buddhism; also see: theravada; In mahayana Buddhism, trikaya a.k.a. triple body of Buddha; also see: Zen;

Skanda, Mahayana bodhisattva, in Buddhism; Radical232;

Mahāyāna jātaka citta bhūmi parīkṣa sūtra;

mahiccha, insatiable desire for more;

Maitreya, the Future Buddha;

majjhima;

majjhimā patipadā, middle path; IFF GDC ( Gene Therapy System), also see: middle path i.e. neither hyper nor hypo;

Majjhima Nikaya, also see: Satipatthana Sutta;

Dīgha Nikāya;
Majjhima Nik
āya;
Sa
yutta Nikāya;
A
guttara Nikāya;

majjhima-sīla, middle class morality, because observing with expectation for its benefits;

makkha thambha, detraction and obstinacy;

māra, 10 kinds of kilesa are:

1. kāma (material pleasures);
2. arati (aversion for the holy life);
3. khuppipāsā (hunger and thirst);
4.
taṇhā (craving);
5. thina middha (sloth and torpor);
6. bhaya (fear);
7. vicikicchā (doubt);
8. makkha thambha (detraction and obstinacy);
9. labha (gain); sakkāra (honor); siloka (praise); yasa (fame);
10. attukkaṁsana para vambhana (extolling oneself that contempt others);

Remark: notice that both good and bad can cause kilesa, and 10 kinds of kilesa (mental defilements) are a.k.a. māra (sense of passions); after meditation (Also see: Radical333), those 10 kinds of kilesa can be realized; for common people (refer to puthujjana), Middle Path should be ... ; notice that sotāpanna level people can control and reduce those 10 kinds of kilesa, And Then, sakadāgāmi level people, And Then, anāgāmi level people, ... ;

mala [ THE JOY OF LIVING ]; a string of prayer beads; it is used for counting repetitions of mantra;

MALA VAGGA; also see: vagga;

māna, conceit; one of the remaining fetters at anāgāmi stage to be arahat, the path to nibbāna; "mayana" Anupassi, one of the solutions to control & to handle māna ... ;

mandala, in Shingon, a.k.a. mantra; 4 types of mandala , in Shingon; also see: pali canon;

Mangala Sutta, also see: Mingala Sutta; Mangala Vihara Dhammaduta;

mannati, activity of thought;

mano, the mind;

mano pubbaṅgamā dhamma; Also see: Abhidhamma;

manomayiddhi, creation of mental images; vijjā caraṇa (8 kinds of knowledge, 15 kinds of conduct);

e.g. like mandra, like mantra, in voice form; e.g. 1st to understand WHAT is like AI vs. advanced AI, for better understanding, also see: Monbusho level knowledge enhancement 2, idea ♯ 222, Two is very very unique in many ways; And Then, after understanding carbon-nano-wall vs. incoming parallel DEE, notice that at very high level, creation of mental images, a.k.a. manomayiddhi;

in ACT3 imaginary hyper space, HOW concept, conduct, idea, knowledge, mental image, ... have been, if compare to living lives in 31 realms, in our universes ... ; creation of metal images, based on 8 ... ; Remark: creation of mental images is NOT delusion;

awareness; consciousness; mano-vijnana; sense;

mano-vijnana, mental consciousness, sensory-cognize info;

mantra [ THE JOY OF LIVING ]; special ancient syllables, to be a combination of, and to be a repetition of, sometimes belief to be more than super power of; a.k.a. mandala in Shingon; also see: pali canon; pictorial representations of cosmos; e.g. as mantra (a.k.a. mandala in Shingon) in Buddha & Buddhism;

3 (e.g. mantra, mudra, sutra); Radical118, also see: Radicals;

mara, also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm;

māra, sense of passions; deity devaputta;

māra, 10 kinds of kilesa are:

1. kāma (material pleasures);
2. arati (aversion for the holy life);
3. khuppipāsā (hunger and thirst);
4.
taṇhā (craving);
5. thina middha (sloth and torpor);
6. bhaya (fear);
7. vicikicchā (doubt);
8. makkha thambha (detraction and obstinacy);
9. labha (gain); sakkāra (honor); siloka (praise); yasa (fame);
10. attukkaṁsana para vambhana (extolling oneself that contempt others);

Remark: notice that both good and bad can cause kilesa, and 10 kinds of kilesa (mental defilements) are a.k.a. māra (sense of passions); after meditation (Also see: Radical333), those 10 kinds of kilesa can be realized; for common people (refer to puthujjana), Middle Path should be ... ; notice that sotāpanna level people can control and reduce those 10 kinds of kilesa, And Then, sakadāgāmi level people, And Then, anāgāmi level people, ... ;

Mātaṅga Jātaka;

(mātikā of Dhammasaṅganī, Dhātukathā, Yamaka and Paṭṭhāna) a.k.a. Night Lessons, a.k.a. Ayakok books;

mātugāma, women;

Utpalavarna, a famous nun whose wisdom was compare to Maudgalyana (a great disciple of Buddha); Referenced Books (THE TEACHING OF BUDDHA);

meru, also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm;

mettā, loving kindness, a.k.a. one of the 4 sublime states ; metta, mettā, kind intention; loving kindness;

IFF end of usage in dialog (ne) i.e. to express kindness feeling, polite form, soft expression, sooth, ... ; Radical116, also see: Radicals; Union of Myanmar people uses ("nor") instead of ("nal");

metta, unbounded love; mettā;

metta-jhāna, the absorption in loving kindness; also see: jhāna;

metta sutta, also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm;

Metyarama e.g. Ananda Metyarama Buddhist Youth Circle;

micchā-ditthi, wrong view;

micchā-saññā, wrong perception;

micchasati, wrong mindfulness;

middha, torpor, uddhacca, restlessness, kukkucca, worry, nivarana, hindrance, thina, sloth; Also see: Satipatthana meditation;

misa, also see: samisa (worldly), niramisa (unworldly), amisa (flesh); Also see: Satipatthana meditation;

Majjhima nikāya, Collection of middle length discourses, a.k.a. 2nd of sutta pitaka;

Majjhima way, middle path, e.g. finding majjhima way (i.e. middle path) among (americamyanmar.net, acejaw.net, this DOMAIN, usamyanmar.net) ... ;

mīla-sukha, filthy pleasure;

mingala, IFF Numbers in Dhamma, i.e. 38; IFF AI Safety e.g. Mingala system (dimensional, directional, numerological, structural) ... ;

mingala sutta, also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm;

Moggalana, a monk's name, in 2500+ years ago, also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm;

Moggallana, one of the 8 arahants;

lobha (attachment), dosa (ill will), and moha (delusion) can be avoided/controlled/reduced by moral roots alobha (generosity), adosa (good will), and amoha (wisdom);

moha, delusion;

mudita, muditā, sympathetic joy, a.k.a. one of the 4 sublime states ; mudita, joy;

Remark: muditā, as opposed to abhijjhā;

3 (e.g. mantra, mudra, sutra); Radical118;

mudra a.k.a. gesture; each mudra has its own meaning; Mudra can be written as mutra, also read: Rakhine, because Pali words are derived from 2555+ years of voice only;

IFF 2,3 dimensional basic understanding of HOW gravity is among 6 ; Also see: palm, 6xComputer, 6yComputer;

mula, original;

Mulamin Gun Sayadaw; MulaMinGoneZetawonSayadaw; U Nārada; Also see: A Study of First Mula Min Gone Zetawon Sayadaw ’s Insight Meditation Technique in Burma, an article (research paper), written by Ashin Panyacekka;

Remark: transcript word as name, mixed usage both in Myanmar and Pali, e.g. Min Gone or Min Gun is a town's name; "Zetawon" is a building name WHERE Buddha lived;

Mūla sarvāsti vada vinaya; Saṅgha bheda vastu;

muṇḍaraja vagga; mantra Raja vagga;

muttha sati, absent mindedness (muttha sati) opposes to mindfulness being present (upatthita sati) ... ;

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