The Four Jhanas
In relation to the Four Jhanas and their factors, the PDF table offered below shows both the Abhidhamma analysis and the sutta exposition.
The following jhana factors are also defined: applied thought (vitakka), sustained thought (vicara), rapture (piti), pleasure (sukha), and one-pointedness of mind (ekaggata).
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Source: Kind permission was granted to use the table here by the Noble Path Buddhist Education Fellowship (the source was Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi’s Lectures at Chuang Yen Monastery). http://www.noblepath.org/index.html
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