The abhidhamma pitaka (pali english: basket of higher doctrine) is the last of the three pitakas (pali for baskets) constituting the pali canon, the scriptures of theravāda buddhism  the abhidhamma pitaka is a detailed scholastic analysis and summary of the buddha's teachings in the suttas. Abhidhamma is the analytical doctrine of mental faculties and elements the abhidhamma pitaka contains the profound moral psychology and philosophy of the buddha's teaching, in contrast to the simpler discourses in the sutta pitaka. The essentials of abhidhamma — about aggregates, bases, elements, faculties, paṭicca- samuppāda (dependent origination) he said this is the basis for knowledge. The abhidhamma in general, and in particular the various triads and dyads of terms as listed in the //matika//, 'schedule', of the abhidhamma pitaka, provide ample material for such 'fluency exercises' of right thinking.
This feature is not available right now please try again later. Abhidhamma pitaka, (pali: basket of special doctrine or further doctrine), sanskrit abhidharma pitaka, the third—and historically the latest—of the three baskets, or collections of texts, that together compose the pali canon of theravada buddhism, the form predominant in southeast asia and sri lanka (ceylon. (a) abhidhamma, the higher teaching of the buddha abhidhamma is the third great division of the piṭaka it is a huge collection of systematically arranged, tabulated and classified doctrines of the buddha, representing the quintessence of his teaching.
Abhidhamma is a system that values precision highly the mental states are closely enumerated and defined and their relationships examined minutely this refined level of precision is a great asset to meditation, and the direct observation of momentary states is the best possible basis for understanding and integrating the teachings of abhidhamma. Abhidhamma, the higher teaching of the buddha abhidhamma is the third great division of the pi¥aka it is a huge collection of systematically arranged, tabulated and classified doctrines of the buddha, representing the quintessence of his teaching. The abhidhamma pitaka is divided into seven books, although it is the first (dhammasangani) and last (patthana) that together lay out the essence of abhidhamma philosophy the seven books are: i dhammasangani (enumeration of phenomena. Chapter x abhidhamma pitaka i the dhammasangani pali the dhammasangani, the first book of the abhidhamma, and the patthana, the last book, are the most important of the seven treatises of abhidhamma, providing as they do the quintessence of the entire abhidhamma.
Abhidharma or abhidhamma are ancient (3rd century bce and later) buddhist texts which contain detailed scholastic reworkings of doctrinal material appearing in the buddhist sutras, according to schematic classifications the abhidhamma works do not contain systematic philosophical treatises, but summaries or abstract and systematic lists. In abhidhamma philosophy the familiar psycho-physical universe (our world of trees and rocks, i and you) is distilled to its essence: an intricate web of impersonal phenomena and processes unfolding at an inconceivably rapid pace from moment to moment, according to precisely defined natural laws. What is abhidhamma abhidhamma is the analytical doctrine of mental faculties and elements the abhidhamma pitaka contains the profound moral psychology and philosophy of the buddha's teaching, in contrast to the simpler discourses in the sutta pitaka. Abhidhamma and practice understanding reality 6 page article giving a concise and easily understood explanation of what reality is in the buddhist sense the conditionality of life: an outline of the 24 conditions of the abhidhamma part ii part iii.
The abhidhamma conception of consciousness further results in a new primary scheme for classifying the ultimate constituents of existence, a scheme which eventually, in the later abhidhamma literature, takes precedence over the schemes inherited from the suttas such as the aggregates, sense bases, and elements. A deeper analysis with abhidhamma describes dhammā as the intermediary between mind and matter dhammā are what one bears, related to one's gati and bhava. Abhidhamma is the grand unified theory of the buddha i gave an introduction to it in the post, grand unified theory of dhamma in this abhidhamma section i will try to give further details.
Abhidhamma now forms the third basket of the buddhist scriptures, and consists of 7 treatises the last is the patthana, also called the big book which alone takes up 5 voluminous sections the reader must supplement his knowledge of buddhism by reading the books written in conventional terms. Iii about this book abhidhamma is the higher teaching of the buddha, some-times referred to as the ultimate teaching (paramattha desanà) in it, man is describe d as a psycho-physical being. Abhidhamma is more preponderant, more excellent than suttanta pitaka for the following reasons (1) it is composed of 42000 dhammakkhandas whereas suttanta pitaka and vinaya pitaka are only 210000 dhammakkhandas each. In sum, the abhidharma/abhidhamma texts are by and large compositions contemporary with the formative period in the history of the early buddhist schools, providing the means by which one group could define itself and defend its position against the divergent interpretations and criticisms of other parties.
Noun buddhism a collection of scriptures, originally recorded from oral traditions in the 1st century bc, divided into one of three parts (pitaka): sermons (), the rules of the buddhist order (), and several treatises on philosophy and psychology (. Abhidhamma does not accept the concept of a psyche or a soul the analysis of the nature of the mind given in the abhidhamma is not available through any other source.