Samayasara - by Acharya Kundakunda: Process Of Dissociation

uvabhogamindiyehiṃ davvāṇamacedaṇāṇamidarāṇaṃ.
 jaṃ kuṇadi sammadiṭṭhῑ taṃ savvaṃ nijjarāṇimittaṃ..
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davve uvabhujjaṃte ṇiyamā jāyadi suhaṃ ca dukkhaṃ vā.
 taṃ suhadukkhamudiṇṇaṃ vedadi adha ṇijjaraṃ jādi..
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(Sammadiṭṭhῑ) For the enlightened soul with right vision (indiyehiṃ acedaṇāṇaṃ idarāṇaṃ davvāṇaṃ jaṃ uvabhogaṃ kuṇadi) the apparent enjoyment of sensuous pleasures by using animate or inanimate objects, (taṃ savvaṃ ṇijjarāṇimittaṃ) (in reality, become, the cause of dissociation of karma (instead of bondage).

(Ṇiyamā) According to the law of karma, (davve uvabhujjaṃte) whenever (the soul) is infatuated with [sensuous] objects, (suhaṃ ca dukkhaṃ vā jāyadi) it enjoins pleasure or suffers misery; (taṃ udiṇṇaṃ suhadukkhaṃ vedadi) this pleasure or misery is the result of the rise/fruition of karma (adha ṇijjaraṃ jādi) which then gets dissociated from the soul.

Sources

Samayasara - by Acharya Kundakunda Publishers:
Jain Vishva Bharati University First Edition: 2009

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