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pabbaja, an ascetic, a person who gives up all worldly affairs, and approaches to a meditation center WHERE the person can extinguish internal fires [raga, dosa, moha, ...]; WHY a person needs to extinguish raga, dosa, moha, ...  because they are the root cause of suffering; By practicing sila, samadhi, and paññā, the ascetic can overcome;

pabbajja, e.g. 10 pabbajja precepts (dassa-pabbajji-sila), Theravada nuns practice;

paccakkha-vipassanā, empirical knowledge;

pacca ya sannis sita sīla, requisites related morality;

paccaya parigga hanñāṇa, cause apprehending knowledge;

pācittiya pali, a.k.a. minor offences, a.k.a. vibhanga part II, one of the discipline books for monks and nuns;

pada, track;

Padhāna sutta;

padhāna-kkhamo, stamina for hard practice, one of the 5 benefits of cankama;

Padmakara Translation Group, Tibetan Buddhism, [2009; Joyful Wisdom];

Padmasambhava, lotus-born, in Sanskrit; also see: Tantric Buddhism's pioneer guru Rinpoche;

paggahita-vīriya, persistent effort;

pahāna pariñña, abandonment full knowledge;

pahatabba, shun (get away from something, keep away from something);

pahātave, also see: pahatabba;

pajanati, instruction to know;

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

PAKIṆṆAKA VAGGA; also see: vagga;

bodhi pakkhiya dhamma; also see: ariya;

Pali, the original language of the piṭaka; Sermon of Buddha; Holy religious language in Buddhism; Think that paper was not invented yet (e.g. 2500+ years ago), and bhikkhu (monks) by generation after generation maintains orally (i.e. by heart by chanting) and then those voice (s) are documented as a language ... ; Pali canon, a.k.a. tipitaka, a.k.a. tripitaka; including Buddhist sacred texts, mahayana sutras, scriptures, theravada suttas, Tibetan Buddhism books, words of Buddha, ... ;   also see: dhamma; Pāli Cannon, canonical texts, also see: aṭṭhakathā (commentary), and ṭīkā (sub-commentary); In Buddha nations, there are many Pali derived usages ... ;

pamojja, presence of delight; Also see: Satipatthana meditation;

pañca-sila, 5 precept; lay devotees practice 5 precept; also see: sila;

Pañca viṃ śati sāha srikāprajñā pāramitā sūtra;

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

PAṆḌITA VAGGA; also see: vagga;

panidhaya bhavana, direct form of meditation (panidhaya bhavana) vs. un-direct mode of meditation (ap panidhaya bhavana) ... ;

panīta-sīla, high class morality, because observing with appreciation of its value that sīla is something worthy to observe, because it helps purify one's bodily and verbal behaviors;

paññā, wisdom; Also see: indriya, 5 faculties;

paññā, wisdom; meritorious deeds, as they help fulfill one's wishes;

paññatti, conceptual objects; also see: 2 kinds of jhāna are samatha-jhāna and vipassanā-jhāna;

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

paññatti, something conceptual;

pāpa, mind's defilement (e.g. evil);

immoral roots e.g. dosa, moha, and raga are also evil;

ten kinds of evil are: killing, stealing, sexual misconduct, lying, slandering (make false statement about someone), harsh (cruel) speech, frivolous (carefree, not serious) talk, covetousness (greedy, strong desire for another's possession), ill will, false view;

PᾹPA VAGGA; also see: vagga;

papanca, conceptual proliferation; conceptually producing another, by budding;

pāpicchā, sinfully selfish;

para-citta vijā-nana, thought reading, a.k.a. one of the supernormal powers ;

Parabhava Sutta;

pārājika pali, a.k.a. major offences, a.k.a. vibhanga part I, one of the discipline books for monks and nuns;

parakkama-dhātu, culminating effort;

parama, noble person;

paramā sakhā, best friend;

parama-atta, supreme soul, or God;

paramattha, the individual and common characteristics of psycho-physical phenomena that are really happening; also see: 2 kinds of jhāna are samatha-jhāna and vipassanā-jhāna; paramattha, for example: body and mind are really real, therefore body and mind are paramattha WHAT to be observed;

pāramī, fulfilling perfection; for example: his or her wholesome deeds are pāramī noble works; paramī, perfection or virtue;

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

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) ... ;

parānuvāda-bhaya, being blamed by others; misdeeds;

paricāga, deeds of giving; to give;

pariggaha, to take;

pārihāriya-paññā, awareness of what to do and what not to do; reasoning power;

Mahāyāna jātaka citta bhūmi parīkṣa sūtra;

parinibbāna, no more in cycle of rebirth, and not being in samsāra (life-and-life); e.g. arahanta WHO can attain parinibbāna after death;

parinibbana sutta [Buddhism in a Nutshell]; parinibbāna sutta;

paripunna-vīriya, fully developed effort;

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

parivāra pali, a.k.a. epitome of vinaya, one of the discipline books for monks and nuns;

Ariya pariyesana sutta;

pariyuthāna kilesa, active form that manifests in the mind;

passaddhi, serenity; Also see: bojjhaṅga, 7 constituents of enlightenment;

passanā, seeing;   also see: kāya-nu-passanā;

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

pathavī, earth; mass; (pathavī, āpo, tejo, vāyo) have been known for thousands of years in Pali; Also see: 5 elements in your life;

pathavī-kasina, a disk of soil, one of the 10 meditative devices; also see: jhāna;

paticca, because of, or dependent upon;

paticca samuppada, realization of dependent co-arising; Also see: Satipatthana meditation; paticca samuppāda, dependant origination, the 1st/5th method; paticca samuppāda, because of, or dependent upon arising or origination; paticca samuppāda is a discourse on process of birth and death, and it is NOT a theory of ultimate origin of life; IFF in genetic engineering, understand paticca samuppāda so that HOW cell can be stimulated to be arising because of ... 2500+ years old info ... cell at WHICH stage can be understood as a death; Paticcasamuppada, a book's name, written by SĪLĀNANDĀBHIVAṀSA (also see: TBSA.org);

paticca samuppanna, arising at any of the 6 senses, a dependently arisen (pleasure AND displeasure) ... ; Also see: Satipatthana meditation;

patigha, ill-will, a fetter to be weakened at 2nd stage enlightenment, also see: sakadāgāmi;

patikkula or appatikkula, agreeable or disagreeable;

patikūla manasikāra, repulsiveness attention; skeleton, 1st jhāna or access concentration;

pātimokkha, restraint morality;

pātimokkha samvara sīla, 227 rules for bhikkhu (monk); Also see: sīla;

patiniss agganupassi, ... ; Also see: Satipatthana meditation;

patiniss-agganupassi, something to let go of ... ; Also see: Satipatthana meditation;

patipassaddhi-vimutta, peaceful liberation, a category of liberation;

Patisambhidā, Analytical knowledge; also see: Khuddaka nikāya is subdivided into 15 books;  5.*  

patisankhāna-bala, reasoning power, a mental power;

patthāna, Book of relations, a.k.a. 7th of abhidhamma pitaka; (mātikā of Dhammasaṅganī, Dhātukathā, Yamaka and Paṭṭhāna) a.k.a. Night Lessons, a.k.a. Ayakok books;

Dhammacakka pavattana sutta;

pavivekasukha, pleasure of seclusion;

Peta vatthu, Stories of petas; also see: Khuddaka nikāya is subdivided into 15 books;  5.*  

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));

phala, the fruit of that path;

phala-ñāṇa, knowledge of the fruition of the path; Also see: magga-ñāṇa, one of the attainments in Satipatthana path;

phassa, 6 senses, by the way of contact (phassa) stimulation; phassa, contact; phassa (text book) in Union of Myanmar might have been derived from Pali, because long long time ago, there were no paper ... ;

pīta, yellow;

pitaka, texts in Pali, holy documents, including commentaries, also including sub-commentaries; 3 kinds of Piṭaka are: Vinaya Piṭaka, Sutra OR Sutta OR Suttanta Piṭaka, and Abhidhamma Piṭaka; Also see: Tripitaka;

piti, joy; Also see: bojjhaṅga, 7 constituents of enlightenment;

pīti, joy, one of the jhāna factors;

piti, zest; [Buddhism in a Nutshell] ;

PIYA VAGGA; also see: vagga;

Suvarṇa prabhā sottamarāja sutra;

Mahā prajñāpāramitā upadeśaśāstra;

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

pubbe nivāsa nus sati, remembrance of formerly births; vijjā caraṇa (8 kinds of knowledge, 15 kinds of conduct);

e.g. he was a security guard in his previous life, but at the present, he is a medical doctor; e.g. she was a princess in her previous life, but at the present, she is a nurse;

Remark: keeping the middle path, and focus on present, i.e. HOW to live;

pubbeni-vāsā-nussati nāna, reminiscence of past births, a.k.a. one of the supernormal powers ;

pubbenivasanussati, recollection of 1's past lives;

pucchaka, questioner; also see: osāna, final editor;

puñña, merit, also see: kusala;

puñña-kiriya-vatthu; punna can be defined in 2 ways - WHAT purifies one's mind attano satānam punāti sodetīti puññam, and WHAT fulfills one's wish kārakassa manoratham pūretīti puññam; Nothing but wholesome deeds can purity one's life and fulfill one's wishes;

puggala paññatti, Description of individuals, a.k.a. 4th of abhidhamma pitaka;

puggala-vera, enemy in the form of person, external enemy, also see: the discourse on enemy; 2 kinds of enemy are internal enemy and external enemy; also see: 5 fearful enemies, defined in suttanta sutta;

puggalavera, personal enmity;

punna, good;

puñña, merit WHICH cleanses the mind; kusala is another usage for puñña;

PUPPHA VAGGA; also see: vagga;

purusha [ THE JOY OF LIVING ]; something literally possesses power, refer to a human being;  remark: compare and contrast among beings;

puthujjana, many people, literally its meaning is, e.g. majority of people WHO are NOT enlightened ones; intentionally not using the word "common" people;