Compendium of Phenomena

1.3. The Matrix of Dyads from the Discourses

1.3.1. The “partake of realization” dyad

Phenomena that partake of realization.

Phenomena that do not partake of realization.

1.3.2. The “like lightning” dyad

Phenomena that are like lightning.

Phenomena that are not like lightning.

1.3.3. The “fools” dyad

Phenomena of fools.

Phenomena of sages.

1.3.4. The “dark” dyad

Phenomena that are dark.

Phenomena that are bright.

1.3.5. The “cause remorse” dyad

Phenomena that cause remorse.

Phenomena that do not cause remorse.

1.3.6. The “definitions” dyad

Phenomena that are definitions.

Phenomena that are within the scope of definitions.

1.3.7. The “expressions” dyad

Phenomena that are expressions.

Phenomena that are within the scope of expressions.

1.3.8. The “designations” dyad

Phenomena that are designations.

Phenomena that are within the scope of designations.

1.3.9. The “mentality” dyad

Mentality.

Corporeality.

1.3.10. The “Ignorance” dyad

Ignorance.

Craving to be reborn in a state of existence.

1.3.11. The “views about being reborn in a state of existence” dyad

Views about being reborn in a state of existence.

Views about not being reborn in a state of existence.

1.3.12. The “eternalism” dyad

Views about eternalism.

Views about annihilation.

1.3.13. The “views that the world is finite” dyad

Views that the world is finite.

Views that the world is infinite.

1.3.14. The “views about the beginning of the world” dyad

Views about the beginning of the world.

Views about the end of the world.

1.3.15. The “without conscience” dyad

Without conscience.

Without shame.

1.3.16. The “conscience” dyad

Conscience.

Shame.

1.3.17. The “hard to be admonished” dyad

Hard to be admonished.

Bad friends.

1.3.18. The “easy to be admonished” dyad

Easy to be admonished.

Good friends.

1.3.19. The “skill in offences” dyad

Skill in offences.

Skill in rehabilitation from offences.

1.3.20. The “skill in meditative attainments” dyad

Skill in meditative attainments.

Skill in emerging from meditative attainments.

1.3.21. The “skill in elements” dyad

Skill in elements.

Skill in attention.

1.3.22. The “skill in senses” dyad

Skill in senses.

Skill in dependent origination.

1.3.23. The “possible” dyad

Skill in the possible.

Skill in the impossible.

1.3.24. The “uprightness” dyad

Uprightness.

Gentleness.

1.3.25. The “acceptance” dyad

Acceptance.

Humility.

1.3.26. The “amity” dyad

Amity.

Courtesy.

1.3.27. The “not guarding the sense doors” dyad

Not guarding the sense doors.

Immoderation in eating.

1.3.28. The “guarding the sense doors” dyad

Guarding the sense doors.

Moderation in eating.

1.3.29. The “forgetfulness” dyad

Forgetfulness.

Unawareness.

1.3.30. The “mindfulness” dyad

Mindfulness.

Awareness.

1.3.31. The “power of reflection” dyad

The power of reflection.

The power of meditation.

1.3.32. The “calm” dyad

Calm.

Discernment.

1.3.33. The “basis of calm” dyad

The basis of calm.

­The basis of exertion.

1.3.34. The “exertion” dyad

Exertion.

Collectedness.

1.3.35. The “failure of ethics” dyad

Failure of ethics.

Failure of views.

1.3.36. The “success in ethics” dyad

Success in ethics.

Success in views.

1.3.37. The “purity in ethics” dyad

Purity in ethics.

Purity in views.

1.3.38. The “not just being pure in views” dyad

Not just being pure in views.

But also making an effort in accord with views.

1.3.39. The “awe-inspired by awe-inspiring things” dyad

Being awe-inspired by awe-inspiring things.

Being awe-inspired, making an appropriate effort.

1.3.40. The “discontentment with good qualities” dyad

Discontentment with one’s good qualities.

Not regretting one’s effort.

1.3.41. The “realization” dyad

Realization.

Freedom.

1.3.42. The “knowledge of ending” dyad

Knowledge of ending.

Knowledge of not arising again.

The Matrix of Dyads from the Discourses.

The Matrix is Finished.