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In immunology, pert. to matter recognized by the body as foreign, e.g., pathogens or pollen, and thereby provoking an attack by the body's immune system.
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Speculative non-buddhism methodology makes proximate to the practitioner Buddhism's specular oracularity, thereby "unblocking" the "primordial 'sources'" (concepts and practices indexing phenomenality: sunyata, anatta, anicca, etc.
Anatta is obviously in conflict with self-concept theory and is very difficult for those reared in a culture of individualism to understand and accept.
Many American students of a believing Christian or Jewish background find the Buddhist doctrine of anatta or absence of a permanent soul to be one of the most challenging concepts to deal with in their initial studies of Buddhism.
Abramson introduces the central concepts of this religion/philosophy, such as anatta (dissolution of the self into creation), anicca (impermanence), karma (law of cause and effect), and the Four Noble Truths related to suffering.
To the colony in the Monte Verit[acute{a}] park, centred around the distinctive wooden flat-roofed Casa Anatta (now a museum to the movement and open in summer) flocked a few anarchists and thousands of free thinkers, including the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung, the Italian composer Ruggiero Leoncavallo, the American dancer Isadora Duncan and even Lenin.
The peasants's inordinately large financial outlays on religion, from lavish feasts or the maintenance of Buddhist monks, to monastery building, while the peasants reside in thatched huts, is not determined by the Buddhist doctrines of Anatta and Karma.
Salvation" from this perspective is not some remade "self" but an unmade "self" in the quest not for "extinction" (since there is essentially no-thing to extinguish) but for the attainment of "not-being" through dukkha to anatta through a register of inclusive transience into the bliss, at length, of the "desired undesiring.
And my hypothesis can also answer why the Buddha names dukkha ("pain") as an ariyasacca, rather than other lakkhanas ("marks")--anicca ("transience"), and anatta (non-self).
The Three Signata: Anicca, Dukkha, Anatta (with extracts from the Buddha's discourses).
sabbe dhamma anatta All experiences are insubstantial.
Another is to count beads while repeating in her mind the words anicca, dukkha and anatta.
It was a strangely quiet, featureless day in which two welrganised batsmen cashed in their chips against anatta ck that lacked inspiration.