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8 consciousnesses ( 1 for each of the 5 senses; consciousness of the mind; self-consciousness and store consciousness ) ;

cankama, walking meditation; ; cankama walk, walking up and down;

vijjā caraṇa (8 kinds of knowledge, 15 kinds of conduct);

Cariyā pitaka, Modes of conduct; also see: Khuddaka nikāya is subdivided into 15 books;  5.*  

carya, austerity;

samskara, formation; Radical176;

catu pārisuddhi sīla, 4 fold purification morality; Also see: sīla;

Catummahārājika; Tāvatimsa; Tusita; Nimmānarati; Paranimmitta Vasatti; Yāma; a.k.a. 6 heavenly ones, also see: loka;

IFF human beings livable moons, Body Length Index ( BLI) automatic adjustment begins ... , e.g. Gene Therapy System (yellowish variations) ... ;

caturā rakkha kamma ṭṭhāna, 4 protective meditations;

cetana, volition that generates dāna; also see: kusala akusala cetanā;

cetasika, mental state;

Cetiyanganavasaka Dhammacariya, academic degree in Pali; also see: \..\..\..\ Monastery \ Mettananda \ About;

approx. 10 years to earn the Cetiyanganavasaka Dhammacariya degree;

ceto pariya ñāṇa, penetrating to others' minds; vijjā caraṇa (8 kinds of knowledge, 15 kinds of conduct);

e.g. monks' computer system program is smarter than common ones, e.g. religion is truly penetrating, e.g. without capturing others' systems with defined RFC and protocols, e.g. without magical convincing, e.g. without media propaganda;

ceto vimutti, freedom of mind, panna vimutti, freedom of wisdom; ceto vimutti, freedom of the mind, vimutta, liberated; Also see: Satipatthana meditation;

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

chanda, will; Also see: iddhipāda, 4 means of accomplishment;

chandā-dhipati, ambition; ambition, moral courage, willpower, and reasoning power are 4 factors of accomplishments, prior to 3 types of sīla; visudhimagga classifies sīla into 3 types as hīna-sīla, majjhima-sīla, and panita-sīla;

fragrant Chandana tree, in Eranda forest;

Chapāna sutta;

Chuguji Temple; Pensive Bodhisattva;

ciraṁ tiṭṭhatu saddhammo, true dhamma (a.k.a. dharma) prevails for long period of time;

cintā-maya-ñāna, a kind of knowledge, WHO gained from logical thinking;

cirathitika-samādhi, durable concentration, one of the 5 benefits of cankama;

citta, thought; Also see: iddhipāda, 4 means of accomplishment;

citta, thoughts, 2nd object yogi will observe WHEN meditating; ; also see: bodhi + citta, aka mind of awakening, aka awakened mind [Joyful Wisdom; 2009];

citta and cetasika;

citta bhavana, development of the mind;

citta niyāma, order of mind or psychic law, for example: processes of consciousness aka citta vithi power of mind; also see: order 4. of niyāma ;

CITTA VAGGA; also see: vagga;

citta visuddhi, consciousness purification; citta visuddhi, purification of mind; Also see: Satipatthana meditation;

citta vithi, processes of consciousness; also see: citta niyāma;

citta viveka, mental separation from passions; also see: viveka;

cittā-dhipati, willpower; ambition, moral courage, willpower, and reasoning power are 4 factors of accomplishments, prior to 3 types of sīla; visudhimagga classifies sīla into 3 types as hīna-sīla, majjhima-sīla, and panita-sīla;

cittā-nupassanā, awareness of mind; 1st to understand bhāvanā-maya-ñāna;

cittānupassanā, a.k.a. cittā-nupassanā; cittānupassanā, contemplation of thoughts;

4 foundations of mindfulness (kāyānupassanā, vedanānupassanā, cittānupassanā, dhammanupassanā); also see: 37 Factors of Enlightenment, Bodhipakkhiyadhamma = 4 + 4 + 4 + 5 + 5 + 7 + 8;

cittassek aggata, unification of mind;

Mahāyāna jātaka citta bhūmi parīkṣa sūtra;

sama citta sutta;

cittruttāsa-bhaya, living in fear;

cittutrāsa-bhaya, fearful mental state, also see: 3 kinds of bhaya;

Mahā assapura sutta; Cūḷa assapura sutta;

cūḷa dukkhakkhandha sutta;

Vinaya, Cūḷavagga;

cūḷamālunkya sutanta;

cūḷasaccaka sutta;

Culla-Vyūha and Maha-Vyūha sutta;

cullavagga pali, aka shorter section, aka khandaka part II, one of the discipline books for monks and nuns;

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

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