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nāga, also see: devas and nāgas of mighty power, Spiritual Cultivation, www.tathagata.org;

naga, one of the mythological symbols in Buddhism and Hinduism; Radical231;

sixth sign of Chinese zodiac (i.e. The Serpent); Radical266;

Remark: linguistically, transcript word "naga" means long (lengthy) in Japanese; in Indonesian and Malay, somehow related to mythical symbol "naga" ; "snake" alike, but long (lengthy) and having mighty power in Cambodian, Myanmar (Burmese), Thai, ... ;

NᾹGA VAGGA; also see: vagga;

Mahā nāma sutta;

nāma, mind; ; nāma, consciousness or awareness; also see: Nama For Humanoid; IFF (kaya and nama) also see: 2; IFF English, also see: BMI;

kaya and nama are coexistence; Radical191;

nāma arūpa vavatthāna, mentality materiality resolution;

nama rupa, name-and-form; nāma-rūpa, mind and matter, also see: vipassanā;

nāmarūpa paricche dañāṇa, mentality materiality definition knowledge;

NAMO AMITABHA, Homage to Amita Buddha;

Namu-Amida-Butsu, whole hearted reliance, dharma, teaching, samgha, brotherhood; Referenced Books (THE TEACHING OF BUDDHA);

nāna, also see: ; nana, knowledge; ñāṇa, supra mundane knowledge or wisdom; ñāna, insight;

Nandisena, monk (bhikkhu) 's name in meaningful Pali;

Nara Bodhisatta; National Museum of Korea;

nava-sila, 9 precept; Also see: sila;

naya, method, passati, seeing, anu passati, contemplating; Also see: Satipatthana meditation;

nekkhamma implies (strongly suggesting the truth) nibbana (ultimate peacefulness: can be gained by subjugation (controlling) of passions);

nekkhamma, non attachment; nekkhamma, renunciation of sensual pleasure literally; wholesome mental states aka kusala;

nekkhamma-sukha, pleasure of renunciation; also see: samādhi-khandha;

nepakka-paññā, mature knowledge, WHICH should be used both in the worldly field and the spiritual field, and this metal power can improve with the help of mindfulness meditation (Also see: Meditation; Radical333) WHICH can uplift quality of life; Without mature knowledge and mental stamina, the person will get elated or agitated under the ups and downs of life, such as gain or loss, fame or defame, praise or blame, and pleasure or pain. Therefore whether good or bad, it is important to keep your mind in the state of equilibrium. Satipatthāna meditation can promise such a mental maturity or spiritual equilibrium;

nessatha; temptation (desire to do something) WHILE swaying of tempters (something attractive but not beneficial or to be wrong);

tempter, a person or thing that tempts, e.g. devil; nessatha can be stopped by paññā (wisdom) e.g. "Black Book" (a.k.a. all kinds of bad ones) can be overwritten by "Red Book" (a.k.a. all kinds of good ones);

nevasaññānāsañña yatana, the base of neither perception nor non-perception; Also see: ākāsa nañcā yatana, ākiñcaññā yatana, viññā nañcā yatana;

nibbana, ultimate peacefulness; 1st to attain magga-phala; 1st to become sotāpanna; nibbana, a.k.a. nirvana; also see: The path to Nibbāna; Nirvana (a.k.a. nibbāna), a goal to be reached by Buddhist people, e.g. immortal, permanent, supra mundane state, ultimate peacefulness;

Nibbāna, complete detachment from all conditions of things (upadhi viveka);

Also see: amataṁ padaṁ;

Also see: viveka;

nibbāna dhātu, anupādisesa nibbāna dhātu, and sopādisesa nibbāna dhātu;

Niddesa, Expositions; also see: Khuddaka nikāya is subdivided into 15 books;  5.*  

nikaya, a volume in Pali Canon; also see: sutta pitaka; Nikāya e.g. Khuddaka Nikāya = Vinaya Piṭaka + Abhidhamma Piṭaka; e.g. Dīgha Nikāya; e.g. Majjhima Nikāya; e.g. Saṁyutta Nikāya; e.g. Aṅguttara Nikāya;

nikkamma-dhātu, boost up effort;

nīla, blue-black;

nimitta, sign;

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) ... ;

ninna and thala, low lying and elevated grounds;

niramisa, unworldly;

4 kinds of niraya: apāya (woeful state), asurayoni (plane (refer to plane as realm) of Asura-demons), petayoni (plane (refer to plane as realm) of Petas), and tiracchānayoni (animal kingdom (refer to kingdom as realm));

niraya = ni + åya; niraya, devoid of happiness;

niraya, as opposed to sagga;

NIRAYA VAGGA; also see: vagga;

nirmanakaya, assumed body; also see: trikaya; nirmanakaya (response body, form taken by a buddha according to the capabilities of those who are to be saved) ;

Dharma-kaya, aspect of essence;
Sambhoga-kaya, aspect of potentiality;
Nirmana-kaya, aspect of manifestation;

nirodha nupassi, ... ; Also see: Satipatthana meditation;

nirvana [ THE JOY OF LIVING ], a.k.a. nibbana; a goal to be reached, by common Buddhist person who practice; a state of total happiness WHICH can be attained by extinguishing mental defilements [ mental defilements, including raga, dosa, ego, kilesa, lobha, māna, moha, ... ]; Nibbāna (a.k.a. nirvana), a goal to be reached by Buddhist people, e.g. immortal, permanent, supra mundane state, ultimate peacefulness; nibbana;

nissarana, the only way out ... ;

nissarana-vimutta, ultimate liberation, a category of liberation;

nivarana, hindrance; thina, sloth (laziness, reluctance to work); middha, torpor (a state of mental inactivity, a state of physical inactivity); uddhacca, restlessness; kukkucca, worry; Also see: Satipatthana meditation;

nivaraṇa, hindrance, obstruction to something; 5 hindrances are:

kāmacchanda (sense desire),
vyāpāda (ill will),
thinamiddha (sloth and torpor),
uddhacca kukkucca (restlessness and brooding),
vicikicchā (indecision);

nupassi: annicca nupassi, viraga nupassi, nirodha nupassi, patiniss agganupassi; Also see: Satipatthana meditation; anupassi;

Nyanissera, monk (bhikkhu) 's name in meaningful Pali;