Manoviṣaya

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Manoviṣaya (T. yid kyi yul) refers to "whatever is exclusively an object for the mind itself and does not depend on sense fields."[1]

The manoviṣaya are distinguished from the objects of the five sense consciousness, which are more generally known as viṣaya.

References

  1. Goodman 2020, Chapter 1.


Sources

  • Book icoline.svg Goodman, Steven D. (2020), The Buddhist Psychology of Awakening: An In-Depth Guide to the Abhidharma (Apple Books ed.), Shambhala Publications 
  • Rangjung a-circle30px.jpg yid kyi yul