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Matrix of Triads—Bhikkhu Sujato

Compendium of Phenomena

1.1. Matrix of Triads

Homage to the Blessed One, the Perfected One, the Fully Awakened Buddha.

1.1.1. The “skilful” triad

Phenomena that are skilful.

Phenomena that are unskilful.

Phenomena that are undesignated.

1.1.2. The “feelings” triad

Phenomena associated with pleasant feelings.

Phenomena associated with painful feelings.

Phenomena associated with neutral feelings.

1.1.3. The “result” triad

Phenomena that are results.

Phenomena that are liable to be affected by results.

Phenomena that are neither results nor liable to be affected by results.

1.1.4. The “what has been grasped” triad

Phenomena that have been grasped and are liable to be affected by grasping.

Phenomena that have not been grasped but are liable to be affected by grasping.

Phenomena that have neither been grasped nor are liable to be affected by grasping.

1.1.5. The “defiled” triad

Phenomena that are defiled and are liable to be affected by defilement.

Phenomena that are not defiled but are liable to be affected by defilement.

Phenomena that are neither defiled nor are liable to be affected by defilement.

1.1.6. The “initial application of mind” triad

Phenomena that are with initial and sustained application.

Phenomena that are without initial and with only sustained application.

Phenomena that are with neither initial nor sustained application.

1.1.7. The “rapture” triad

Phenomena that are imbued with rapture.

Phenomena that are imbued with pleasure.

Phenomena that are imbued with equanimity.

1.1.8. Triad to be abandoned by seeing

Phenomena to be abandoned by seeing.

Phenomena to be abandoned by developing.

Phenomena to be abandoned neither by seeing nor by developing.

1.1.9. Triad with roots to be abandoned by seeing

Phenomena whose root is to be abandoned by seeing.

Phenomena whose root is to be abandoned by developing.

Phenomena whose root is to be abandoned neither by seeing nor by developing.

1.1.10. Triad on accumulation

Phenomena that lead to accumulation.

Phenomena that lead to diminution.

Phenomena that lead to neither accumulation nor diminution.

1.1.11. The “trainee” triad

Phenomena of the trainee.

Phenomena of the adept.

Phenomena neither of the trainee nor of the adept.

1.1.12. The “limited” triad

Phenomena that are limited.

Phenomena that are extensive.

Phenomena that are immeasurable.

1.1.13. The “limited object” triad

Phenomena whose object is limited.

Phenomena whose object is extensive.

Phenomena whose object is measureless.

1.1.14. The “inferior” triad

Phenomena that are inferior.

Phenomena that are average.

Phenomena that are superior.

1.1.15. The “fixed for a bad destiny” triad

Phenomena that are fixed for a bad destiny.

Phenomena that are fixed for a good destiny.

Phenomena that are not fixed.

1.1.16. The “ the path objects” triad

Phenomena that are the object of the path.

Phenomena that are the root of the path.

Phenomena that predominate the path.

1.1.17. The “arisen” triad

Phenomena that have arisen.

Phenomena that have not arisen.

Phenomena that are arising.

1.1.18. The “past” triad

Phenomena of the past.

Phenomena of the future.

Phenomena of the present.

1.1.19. The “past object” triad

Phenomena whose object is in the past.

Phenomena whose object is in the future.

Phenomena whose object is in the present.

1.1.20. The “internal” triad

Phenomena that are internal.

Phenomena that are external.

Phenomena that are internal and external.

1.1.21. The “internal object” triad

Phenomena whose object is internal.

Phenomena whose object is external.

Phenomena whose object is internal and external.

1.1.22. The “visible” triad

Phenomena that are visible and resistant.

Phenomena that are invisible and resistant.

Phenomena that are invisible and non-resistant.

Matrix of triads.