- Definition: The word akusala often is translated into English as "evil." However, it doesn't mean what most English-speakers usually mean by "evil.
- (Akusala) Kamma Nidāna Sutta
- The (Akusala) Kamma Nidāna Sutta (A 10.
- (Akusala,mūla) Ańńa,titthiy Sutta
- Aguttara Nikya vol 1. A 3.
- Summary of the 24 Paccaya by Sujin Boriharnwanaket translated by
- cetasika, which are the 4 akusala-cetasika that arise with all akusala-citta. mocatukka since they are the 4 akusala-sadharana-cetasika with moha as leader .
- Can Killing a Living Being Ever Be an Act of Compassion?
- an unwholesome (akusala) act and, as such, to be avoided. The first of the ten courses of unwholesome action (akusala-kammapatha) is “to kill living beings.
- Are lascivious thoughts immoral if not acted upon?
- That is, they are either wholesome or unwholesome (kusala/akusala). Further, the consequences flowing from our acts are in proportion to and in the direction of the quality of the acts. This is what is meant by our karma.
- Akusala - In Buddhism, Akusala is evil or unwholesomeness
- Akusala is a Pali word often translated as "evil." It refers to anything that creates harmful karma.
- Kusala and Akusala as Criteria of Buddhist Ethics
- Kusala and Akusala as Criteria of Buddhist Ethics. Bhikkhu Thich Nhat-Tu.
- akusala. 'unwholesome',. are all those karmic volitions (kamma-cetanā; s.
- Both kusala and akusala cittas constitute what, in Pαli, are termed kamma.
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