The  5  Aggregates Am I here on earth? 15 th  August 2010  Mudita Buddhist Society  Klang By Bugs Tan The Buddha teaches t...
Panca Kandhas
Mind (Nama) TRUST WORTHY TIP: Suffering is extinguished by relinquishing attachment to aggregates Human being is made-up o...
2012 2010 2009 2008 2006 2005 2004 2005 2007 2011 2011 1.  Rupa – Aggregate of matter TIP : Rupa being the body is the eas...
2. Vinnana  - Consciousness TIP: Vinnana is a prerequisite for the arising of craving (tanha). Eyes for sight Nose for sme...
The senses that we experiences goes to our mind  where it is send to match with those in our memory  bank.  Here, it recal...
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Sankhara are natural phenomena. They are our "thoughts" developed in our mind. These thoughts appeared and disap...
Your own sub headline Puzzle 2x2 PARTS  of a chariot Said the Buddha   In the Samyutta Nikaya, the Buddha was recorded as ...
Arrow Process Why use graphics from PowerPointing.com? 5 aggregates When we are absorbed into meditation, the five aggrega...
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  1. 1. The 5 Aggregates Am I here on earth? 15 th August 2010 Mudita Buddhist Society Klang By Bugs Tan The Buddha teaches that nothing among them is really "I" or "mine".
  2. 2. Panca Kandhas
  3. 3. Mind (Nama) TRUST WORTHY TIP: Suffering is extinguished by relinquishing attachment to aggregates Human being is made-up of 5 aggregates 1. Rupa - Body forms 2. Vinnana - Consciousness 3. Sanna - Perceptions and cognitions 4. Vedana - Feelings and sensations 5. Sankhara - Mental formation and volition
  4. 4. 2012 2010 2009 2008 2006 2005 2004 2005 2007 2011 2011 1. Rupa – Aggregate of matter TIP : Rupa being the body is the easiest to be identified. Try pinching yourself R U P A
  5. 5. 2. Vinnana - Consciousness TIP: Vinnana is a prerequisite for the arising of craving (tanha). Eyes for sight Nose for smell Ears for hearing Tongue for taste Body for touch The mind receives the information and this is where it is processed and thus bring about consciousness.
  6. 6. The senses that we experiences goes to our mind where it is send to match with those in our memory bank. Here, it recalls all the past memories and once the senses matches the past memories, we feet it's real and we recognise. This feeling of "real" make us function as human being in the conventional world. But in reality the "real" feeling is only a perception. Now you see me. Now you don‘t 3. Sanna - Perceptions
  7. 7. Off your first purchase with this promo code: 4. feelings (typed in at the bottom of the cart) 1.pleasant feelings 2.un-pleasant feelings 3.both pleasant and unpleasant feelings
  8. 8. Sankhara are natural phenomena. They are our "thoughts" developed in our mind. These thoughts appeared and disappeared in our mind as long as we are a human being. This appearing and disappearing of thoughts happens at the speed of nano seconds. It is set in motion from the time we are born till the day we die. This flow of thoughts is automatic and runs like a non-stop movie in our mind. We can’t prevent it from appearing or disappearing in our mind but we can halt-it temporarily when we need to concentrate on our work. When we are thinking we are engaging our mind to focus on what we want it to concentrate. Here is where kamma is created. If you have good thoughts, you create good kamma and if have evil thoughts, bad kamma will follow. 5. Sankhara Mental formation and volition TIP : if one can understand such nature, then you can understand the working of Anicca
  9. 9. Your own sub headline Puzzle 2x2 PARTS of a chariot Said the Buddha In the Samyutta Nikaya, the Buddha was recorded as saying that just as the word ”chariot” existed on the basis of the various parts put together to form a chariot. Similary, the concept of ”human being” exists when the five aggregates are bundle into one to form a man
  10. 10. Arrow Process Why use graphics from PowerPointing.com? 5 aggregates When we are absorbed into meditation, the five aggregates are set in motion. When we reach some states of consciousness that we often hear about under the calling transcendental, beyond conceptual thought, union with the divine, or anything whatsoever, those are still aggregates being set in motion. Whether we are thinking, talking, making a move, experiencing some pain, a itchy or neutral sensation, these are the five aggregates, which are set in motion Any experience that we can do, in any field whatsoever, in any manner whatsoever, where ever or whenever we do it, these are still aggregates being set in motion. 5 aggregates 5 aggregates 5 aggregates 5 aggregates Five aggregates are set in motion When nibbána  is known, when  nibbána  is reached, as soon as  nibbána  is observed, these are still the five aggregates being set in motion Upon perceiving a sensation, whatever it is, as soon as we are aware of something, in reality the five aggregates are set in motion
  11. 11. It's all about letting go... love family body jobs Emptiness Nirvana
  12. 12. May you be well and happy www.buddhistbugs.blogspot.com

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