Buddhism - The 5 Skandhas

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Buddhism - The 5 Skandhas by Mind Map: Buddhism - The 5 Skandhas

1. IV. Formation

1.1. 5 Omnipresent Mental Factors

1.1.1. Feeling

1.1.2. Discrimination

1.1.3. Contact Object, Sense Power and Sense Consciousness Join

1.1.4. Application Holds to the Object

1.1.5. Intention Moves Mind to Object

1.2. 5 Mental Factors that Discover Objects

1.2.1. Aspiration Integrates the Desired Basis for Exertion

1.2.2. Interest Not to be Captured by Other

1.2.3. Mindfulness Without Distraction Does Not Forget

1.2.4. Meditative Stabilization One-Pointedness

1.2.5. Prajna Overcomes Doubt Differentiate Phenomena

1.3. 11 Virtuous Mental States

1.3.1. Exertion Engaging Virtuous States with Joy

1.3.2. Non-harmfulness Compassion

1.3.3. Absence of Bewilderment Clarity through Samsara

1.3.4. Absence of Hatred

1.3.5. Non-attachment

1.3.6. Embarassment Based on Others, Avoids the Despicable

1.3.7. Shame Based on Self or Dharma, Avoids the Despicable

1.3.8. Equanimity Abiding in Authentic Mind, without 3 Poisons

1.3.9. Pliancy Flexibility for Virtue, Processed Out

1.3.10. Heedfulness Adopt/Discard to Accomplish Good

1.3.11. Faith Clarity, Desire and Confidence in Dharma

1.4. 6 Root Afflictions [Kleshas]

1.4.1. Ignorance Of the Dharma

1.4.2. Desire For the Skandhas

1.4.3. Anger Tormented by Suffering

1.4.4. Pride Absorbed in Oneself Deflates then Suffers

1.4.5. Doubt Two Minds

1.4.6. Afflicted View Skandhas as Self Eternalism/Nihilism Negate Karma Wrong View as Supreme Wrong Conduct as Supreme

1.5. 4 Changeable Mental Factors

1.5.1. Investigation More General than Analysis

1.5.2. Analysis

1.5.3. Remorse

1.5.4. Sleep 5 Senses Withdrawn Waste of Time or Practice Opportunity

1.6. 20 Secondary Afflictions

1.6.1. Belligerence Anger, Injure Through Striking

1.6.2. Resentment Anger, Keep Intention to Harm

1.6.3. Spite Anger, Harsh Words

1.6.4. Harmfulness Anger, Abusing from the Heart

1.6.5. Envy Anger, Attached to Gain

1.6.6. Deceit All, Hide One's Flaws

1.6.7. Pretense Desire, Ignorance, Affects Good Qualities

1.6.8. Absence of Shame All

1.6.9. Absence of Embarassment All

1.6.10. Concealment Desire, Ignorance, Holding Back, Concealing Faults

1.6.11. Miserliness Desire, Holding on to Materials

1.6.12. Haughtiness Desire, Arrogant by Own Positive Qualities

1.6.13. Absence of Faith Bewilderment, Causes Laziness, Takes Off Spark

1.6.14. Laziness

1.6.15. Absence of Heedfulness

1.6.16. Meditation Related Forgetfulness Opposite of Mindfulness Absence of Introspective Awareness Lethargy Distraction Excitement After Signs of Beauty

2. V. Consciousness

2.1. Ear Consciousness

2.2. Eye Consciousness

2.3. Nose Consciousness

2.4. Tongue Consciousness

2.5. Body Consciousness

2.6. Mind Consciousness

2.6.1. Breaks Experience into Parts

2.6.2. Enables Direct Perception 1. Of the Sense 2. Of the Sense Consciousness 3. Of the Mind Consciousness

2.6.3. Allows Other Skandhas to Manifest

2.6.4. Apprehends Mental Forms

2.7. Afflicted [Klesha] Consciousness

2.7.1. Does Not Flicker

2.7.2. Solidifies the Transitory

2.7.3. Pride (I Am Supreme)

2.7.4. Desire (Attached to Itself)

2.7.5. Pure Ignorance of Reality

2.8. Storehouse Consciousness [Alaya Vijnana]

2.8.1. Holds Karmic Seeds Which Bear Fruits The Abodes ("Environment") Objects for The Consciousness The Body We Have in a Realm

2.8.2. Holds the Other Consciousness (Basis)

2.8.3. Luminous and Able to Know

2.8.4. Unbiased, but "Perfumed" by Virtue or Non-virtue

3. II. Feeling (Formation)

3.1. Pain

3.2. Pleasure

3.3. Neutral

4. I. Form

4.1. 4 Causal Forms

4.1.1. Earth Hard and Holds

4.1.2. Water Dampens and Gathers

4.1.3. Fire Warm and Ripens

4.1.4. Wind Moves and Increases

4.2. 11 Resultant Forms

4.2.1. 5 Sense Powers Ear Eye Nose Tongue Body

4.2.2. 5 Sense Objects Sounds Visual Objects Smells Tastes Sensations

4.2.3. Forms for the Mental Consciousness Revelatory Forms Mandala Offerings Prostrations Non-revelatory Forms Vows Reflections Dreams Memories Intuition

5. III. Discrimination (Formation)

5.1. Parts of a Whole

5.2. Sense of Time