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What is Nibbana - Modes of Production

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What is Nibbana
Is Cessation Nibbana
The Uncaused
Modes of Production
The Bliss of Nibbana
Description of Nibbana
The Realization of Nibbana
Where is Nibbana
How can One Realize Nibbana
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Modes of Production

"What is it that is kamma -born, what cause-born, and what season-born? What is it that is none of these?"

"All beings, O king are kamma-born. Fire, and all things growing out of seeds are cause-born. The earth, water, and wind are season-born. Space and nibbāna exist independently of kamma, cause, and season. Of nibbāna, O king, it cannot be said that it is perceptible by the five senses, but it is perceptible by the mind. The disciple whose mind is pure, and free from obstructions can perceive nibbāna"



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" Oh housebuilder! You are seen, you shall build no house (for me) again. All your rafters are broken, your roof-tree is destroyed, My mind has reached the Unconditioned (i.e., Nibbana); the end of craving (Arahatta Phala) has been attained. "

The Dhammapada


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