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" What is it to have the doors of the faculties guarded ? When a certain individual sees an object with the eye he is not entranced with the general appearance or the details of it. "
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by Oriental Translation Fund - 1923
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A Buddhist Manual of Psychological Ethics of the Fourth Century B.C.

1900 - 514 pages
...entranced with the general appearance or the details of it. He sets himself to restrain that which might give occasion for wicked states, covetous, dejected,...with the tongue . . . feels a tangible with the body . . . recognises an idea with the mind, he is not entranced with the general appearance and the details...
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A Buddhist Manual of Psychological Ethics of the Fourth Century B.C.

1900 - 506 pages
...general appearance, or in the details of it.8 He does not set himself to restrain that which might give occasion for wicked states, covetous, dejected,...dwell unrestrained as to the sense of sight. He keeps no watch over his faculty of sight, nor does he attain to mastery over it. And so in like manner when...
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A Buddhist Manual of Psychological Ethics of the Fourth Century B.C.

1900 - 504 pages
...the general appearance and in the details of it. He does not set himself to restrain that which might give occasion for wicked states, covetous, dejected,...over him, were he to dwell unrestrained as to the mental faculty. He keeps no watch over the mental faculty, nor does he attain to mastery over it. That...
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The Word of the Buddha: An Outline of the Ethico-philosophical System of the ...

Nyanatiloka (Bhikkhu.) - 1907 - 76 pages
...there finds a foothold, there strikes its roots. Thus, Brothers, one beholds a form,12 with the eye, hears a sound with the ear, smells an odour with the nose, experiences a taste with the tongue, feels a contact with the body, cognises an idea with the mind....
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Popular Aspects of Oriental Religions

Louis Oliver Hartman - 1917 - 306 pages
...entranced with the general appearance or the details of it. He sets himself to restrain that which might give occasion for wicked states, covetous, dejected,...when he hears a sound with the ear, . . . smells an odor with the nose, . . . tastes a sapid with the tongue, . . . feels a tangible with the body, . ....
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Buddhist Philosophy in India and Ceylon

Arthur Berriedale Keith - 1923 - 376 pages
...The Buddhist is bidden to be guarded as to the doors of sense ; when he sees a colour with the eye, hears a sound with the ear, smells an odour with the nose, he is not to assume an object corresponding to the sensation (na nlmittaggultl lioti).* The changing,...
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Bible Of Bibles, The

Frank L. Riley - 1996 - 442 pages
...general appearance, or in the details •• of it. He does not set himself to restrain that which might give occasion for wicked states, covetous, dejected,...dwell unrestrained as to the sense of sight. He keeps no watch over his faculty of sight, nor does he attain to mastery over it. And so in like manner when...
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The Āryan Path of the Buddha

K. Manohar Gupta - 2005 - 536 pages
...sets himself to restrain that which might give occasion of bad, wicked states, covetousness, dejection to flow in over him, were he to dwell unrestrained as to the faculty of sight and he keeps watch over that faculty and attains to mastery over it and similarly...
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