DHARMA THE CAT: EPISODE 6 - "RULES"
A BUDDHIST'S COMMENTARY It is common to suppose that we are able, simultaneously, to both see and hear the same thing. Suppose you are sta
itself into action, before apperception (javana) takes place. Apperception of the object that had been responsible for the sensory impingement lasts a further 7 submome
that we both saw and heard the car, was rather a series of sensory impingements somewhat like this: seeing the car seeing the car hearing the car thinking about the car
well-trained mind can ignore such distractions and achieve one-pointed concentration on whatever it wishes to: that is to say, it is able to maintain concentration on a
consequence, completely able to outwit Bodhi. -- Peter Masefield