- n. Plural form of arhat.
“Shravaka arhats also attain liberation without attaining enlightenment.”
““Tenet shravaka arhats” are those who have gained nonconceptual cognition of only the lack of a self-sufficiently knowable “soul” of persons (gang-zag-gi rang-rkya thub-‘dzin-pa’i rdzas-yod-ki bdag-med) as asserted by one of the lower Buddhist tenet systems, but who lack nonconceptual cognition of the voidness of truly established existence as defined in Gelug Prasangika.”
“Shravaka arhats have rid themselves of only the emotional obscurations.”
“They become: shravaka arhats, pratyekabuddha arhats, or”
“Progressively developing the five pathway minds as Hinayana practitioners, we become either resultant abider shravaka arhats or resultant abider pratyekabuddha arhats, rid of the emotional obscurations.”
“Even before they achieve eighth -, ninth - and tenth-level bhumi minds, arya bodhisattvas, when achieving a seventh-level bhumi mind, already outshine shravaka arhats and pratyekabuddha arhats.”
“Nevertheless, the good qualities of shravaka arhats are extremely extensive.”
“At Asiantiques, for example, I spent some time with a large yellow stone from Qing dynasty China carved with an intricate landscape full of Buddhist sages called arhats clambering about.”
“In the case of tenet shravaka arhats (grub-mtha’ nyan-thos dgra-bcom-pa), the tendencies of automatically arising attachment give rise to subtle automatically arising attachment (‘dod-chags phra-mo).”
“This seemingly contradicts Maitreya’s assertions in Filigree of Realizations that unawareness of the lack of an impossible soul of persons is an emotional obscuration preventing liberation; unawareness of the lack of an impossible soul of all phenomena is a cognitive obscuration preventing omniscience; shravaka arhats rid themselves forever only of the emotional obscurations.”
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