Title- Holy Verses To Be Memorized In Vipassana


____Holy Verses To Be Memorized In Vipassana____

(I Want You All To Memorize By Heart These Verses)

 

 

 

 

These will cover the followings:

 

(1)    The Characteristic of Impermanence,

(2)    The Characteristic of Suffering,

(3)    The Characteristic of Non-Self, and

(4)    Arising and Passing Away Dhamma.

 

 

(1)    The Characteristic of Impermanence

 

Pali

 

“Sabbe sankhara anicca” ti, yada pannaya passati.

Atha nibbindati dukkhe, esa maggo visuddhiya!

 

Translation

 

All conditioned and component things are transient. If one with Vipassana Insight knows this, then, one is fully disgusted with them. This (noble) disgust is the way to purity. (Subject to decay are all conditioned things; when one sees this with wisdom, then one turns away from sorrow. This is the Path to Purity). One sees Nibbana with insight of change in relative things.

 

 

 

 

(2)    The Characteristic of Suffering

 

Pali

 

“Sabbe sankhara dukkha” ti, yada pannaya passati.

Atha nibbindati dukkhe, esa maggo visuddhiya!

 

Translation

 

Subject to suffering are all conditioned and component things; when one sees this with Vipassana Wisdom, then one turns away from sorrow. One is (nobly) disgusted with them. This is the Path to Purity. One sees Nibbana with insight of suffering in relative things.

 

 

 

 

(3)    The Characteristic of Non-Self

 

Pali

 

“Sabbe dhamma anatta” ti, yada pannya passati.

Atha nibbindati dukkhe, esa maggo visuddhiya!

 

Translation

 

All things are unsubstantial; when one sees this with Vipassana Wisdom, then one turns away from sorrow. One is fully disgusted with relative things. This is the Path to Purity.

 

This means if conditioned and component things are watched and seen with Vipassana Insight, one shall feel disgust with them totally. So, detachment nobly comes. Disgust is faced. These states of noble minds lead to Nibbanic Peace and Purity. For Nibbana is perfect purity from defilements and passions. All conditioned things change. All conditioned things are meant to look at with the truth of suffering. All things are without soul, self and eternal substance. These Insights brings Nibbanic Purity.

 

 

 

 

(4)    Arising and Passing Away Dhamma

 

Pali

 

Yam kinci samudayadhammam, sabbam tam nirodhadhammam!

 

Translation

 

Whatever comes into being is subject to cessation.

 

The Meaning

 

This means all relative things in life and world are in flux by origination. So all have to pass away quickly or slowly naturally.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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