|මෙම ලිපිය ඉංග්රීසි ලිපියක කටු පරිවර්තනයකි . මෙය පරිගණකයක් මගින් ජනනය කල පරිවර්තනයක් හෝ භාෂා දෙකෙහි ප්රවීනත්වය නොමැත්තෙකු විසින් සිදුකරන ලද්දක් විය හැක.
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බුදු දහමට අනුව මනස යනු[සංස්කරණය කරන්න]
What is mind in Buddhism
Mind is defined in Buddhism as a non-physical phenomenon which perceives, thinks, recognises, experiences and reacts to the environment.
The mind is described as having two main aspects: clarity and knowing; meaning that the mind is clear, formless and allows for objects to arise in it, and that the mind is knowing, an awareness, a consciousness which can engage with objects.
Mind is a phenonmenon that is not body, not substantial, has no form, no shape, no color, but, like a mirror, can clearly reflect objects."
"In Pali, heart and mind are combined to be one word called Citta, but in English, it is differentiated between the heart and the mind to make more clear meaning as explanation below:
Mind is concerned with the thinking process and the intellectual understanding that derives from knowledge, and with mind, it can retain knowledge ability and make use of it.
Heart is concerned with emotions process, which being our ability to respond with our fundamental being.
Although we may believe that we are leading our lives according to our thinking process, that is not the case. If we examine this more closely, we will find that we are leading our lives according to our feelings and that our thinking is dependent upon our feelings.
The emotional aspect of ourselves is great importance because it is the basis for a harmonious and peaceful life, and also for good meditation result if we can make mind pure from emotional.