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Exploring the Meditation Manual “Phuttha Rangsri Trissadi Yan” and its Insights on Dhammakāya

Brief Content:

 The room of ܻ󲹲ṇa (p. 268) writes “…when “body” and Citta “mind” have yet attained Suka “happiness, the practitioner, then, views the 󲹳ⲹ which resides in the ū貹ⲹ by following the sevenfold of ʴṅg “Factors of Awakening.” Since then the Citta would understand thoroughly the ū貹󲹳 “physical phenomenon” and 峾󲹳 “intangible phenomenon.” As the result, the practitioner will have a refuge within him/herself and have the Dhamma as a refuge…” 

The room of Saṅghaguṇa (p. 283) writes “…Phra Yogāvacara (a meditation practitioner) knows that the 󲹳ⲹ resides in the Ჹ岹ⲹ-ś “the place within the body where the mind is located” of all beings, making them spin like robots. Knowing this principle, the yogāvacara cultivates վ貹ṇāñāṇ “insight wisdom” to attain the 󲹳ⲹ [within]. The 󲹳ⲹ is the absolute and perfect refuge. Attaining it means reaching the place which possesses of great tranquillity, perfection, and permanence, because the nature of the 󲹳ⲹ is immortal.”

 

Benefits from studying this text

The text illustrates that the 󲹳ⲹ can be achieved through meditation and it resides within the physical body of all beings. 

Kammaṭṭhāna Guides addressed in the Rooms of ܻ󲹲ṇa, Dhammaguṇa, and Saṅghaguṇa in a mediation manual “Phuttha Rangsri Trissadi Yan”
Date (of content) :ca. 1893-2310 B.E.
Material use :Printed book
Location :Transmitted from Wat Pradurongtham, Ayutthaya
Script :Thai
Language :Thai and Pāli
Researcher :Woramate Malasart