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Ti Lakkhana

Together the three characteristics of existence are called ti-lakkhana in Pali or . of Anatta, but that Nirvana (by definition) is the cessation of Dukkha and Anicca.

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THE FIRST NOBLE TRUTH OF SUFFERING : DUKKHA. The Three Characteristics. (tilakkhana).
Pali-sv ordbok
Sacramento Insight Meditation
Jun 11, 2009 (ti-lakkhana) as: 1. Constantly changing, dependent upon, and conditioned by pre-existing circumstances, causes, and conditions (anicca).
Including the Theravada and Mahayana Traditions at the Beginning
in accord with the Three Characteristics (ti-lakkhana). In terms of practice, the readings were selected.
CONTENTS What is Buddhism? The Four Noble Truths The
all phenomena are without ego, self, or substance. THE THREE BASIC FACTS OR CHARACTERISTICS (TI LAKKHANA).

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Three marks of existence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nirvana is the "other shore" from samsara. Together the three characteristics of existence are called ti-lakkhana in Pali or tri-laksana in Sanskrit.
The Three Marks (tilakkhana)
Jan 23, 2009 The Three Marks (tilakkhana). The formula of the three marks (also referred to as ' signs of being', 'signata', etc.
ti-lakkhana - Nyanatiloka: Buddhist Dictionary
General Index
See also Tilakkhana (three characteristics of existence). Reflection on ~ as a basis for insight: SN 22.

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