Citta

Citta (Pali) is one of three overlapping terms used in the nikayas to refer to the mind, the others being manas and viññāṇa. Each is sometimes used in the generic and non-technical sense of `mind` in general, and the three are sometimes used in sequence to refer to one`s mental processes as a whole. Their primary uses are, however, distinc......
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Citta

(Skr.) In the philosophy of the Yogasutras (q.v.) the phenomenal form of mind as the first creation of prakrti (q.v.) which is differentiated into mental states (vrttis), such as true and false knowledge, imagination, memory, sleep. These states being of the active, need restraining (citta-vrtti nirodha; cf. Yoga) in order to have the true and abi....
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Citta

[disciple] Citta (Sanskrit: Citra) was one of the chief lay disciples of the Buddha. He was a wealthy merchant from Savatthi. His life and character were so pure that near his death, had he wished to be a chakravartin, it would`ve been granted. However, he turned down this wish as it was temporal. He became a saint that became a non-returne...
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citta

Mind; heart; state of consciousness.
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