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Introduction

 

I.  Niyamasara ( Soul-Jiva )

 

II.  Non-Soul (Ajva)

  III.  Pure Thought-Activity, Shuddha Bhava
 

IV.  Practical Right Conduct, (Vyavahaar Charitra)

  V.  Repentance, (Pratikramana)
  VI.  Renunciation, (pratyakhyana)
  VII.  Confession, (Alochana)
  VIII.  Expiation, (Prayaschitta)
  IX.  Supreme Equanimity, (Parama Samadhi)
  X.  Supreme Devotion, (Parama Bhakti)
  XI.  Real Independence, (Nishchaya Avashaya)
  XII.  Pure Consciousness, (Shuddha Upayoga)
 

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Chapter - IX Supreme Equanimity, (Parama Samadhi)

 

 

SUPREME EQUANIMITY (PAR AM A SAMADHI)

 

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          129.  He, who  always  refrains  from  painful ( Arta )  and  wicked  ( Raudra )  concentrations (is said to have } steadfast equanimity, the preaching of the omniscient.

       

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          132. the, who always refrains from disgust, fear, sexual-inclination, etc., ( is said to have ) steadfast equanimity, according to the preaching o-the omniscient.

 

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          133. He, who always practices concentration righteous or pure ( is said to have ) steadfast equanimity, according to the preaching of the omniscient.