Tattvartha Sutra: 09.31-35

Published: 01.08.2017

09.31 Artamamanojnānām Samprayoge Tadviprayogāy Smrtīsamanvāhārah

Audio:
Sanskrit: आर्तममनोज्ञानां संप्रयोगे तद्विप्रयोगाय स्मृतिसमन्वाहारः।
Hindi:

अप्रिय वस्तु की प्राप्ति होने पर उससे छुटकारा पाने के लिए सतत चिंतन करना। यह आर्त ध्यान का प्रथम प्रकार है।

 

09.32 Vedanāyāshcha

Audio:
Sanskrit:

वेदनायश्च ।

Hindi:

दुःख की स्थिति आने पर उससे मुक्त होने की सतत चिंता करना । यह दूसरा आर्त ध्यान है।

 

09.33 Viparitam Manojnānām

Audio:
Sanskrit:

विपरीतं मनोज|श्ञान

Hindi:

प्रिय वस्तु के वियोग होने पर उसके प्राप्ति की सतत चिंता करना।यह तीसरा आर्त ध्यान है।

09.34 Nidānam Cha

Audio:
Sanskrit:

निदानं च

Hindi:

अप्राप्त वस्तु की प्राप्ति के लिए संकल्प करना। यह चौथा आर्त ध्यान है।

 

09.35 Tadaviratdeshavīratpramattasanyatānam

Audio:
Sanskrit:

तदविरतदेशविरतप्रमत्तसंयता

Hindi:

वह आर्त ध्यान अविरति, देशविरति और प्रमत्त संयत गुणस्थान में होता है।

 

09.31-35

English:

Ārtadhyān consists of continually worrying to avert the disagreeable situations and pain, to regain the lost agreeable situations and of intense inclination to stake everything for the worldly purpose. That occurs in unrestrained, partly restrained and non-vigilant stages.

Ārtadhyān: Most people continuously worry about their painful and unhappy situations. Such worrying is termed as Ārīadhyān. There are mainly four situations that cause pain and unhappiness. They constitute the four categories of Artadhyān. Worrying to avert the disagreeable situations is first; worrying to avert the painful situations is second; worrying to regain the lost favorable situation is third and the strong inclination to stake everything for some worldly gain is fourth. The last one is known as Nidān or Niyānun. All these categories of Ārtadhyān can prevail from the first to the fifth stages of spiritual elevation, while the first three of them can prevail in the sixth stage too.

Sources
Title: Tattvartha Sutra
Translation:
Manu Doshi
Commentary:
Manu Doshi
Publisher:
Federation of Jain Associations in North America & Shrut Ratnakar
Edition:
2007
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