Dhamma List

4 Noble Truths                                                                 4 Ariya Sacca:
1 The truth of Stress  – to be Comprehended/Investigated Dukkha
2 The truth of the origin of Stress – to be Abandoned Samudāya
3 The truth of the cessation of Stress – to be Realised Nirodha
4 The truth of the path to the cessation of Stress – to be Developed Magga
8-fold Noble Path                                                                8 Ariya-Magga:
1 Wise or Right View/Understanding – Wisdom/Discernment  Samma-Ditthi – Pañña
2 Wise or Right Intention/Resolve – Wisdom/Discernment  Sammá-Sankappa – Pañña
3 Wise or Right Speech – Virtue Sammá-Vácá – Sila
4 Wise or Right Action – Virtue Sammá-Kammanta – Sila
5 Wise or Right Livelihood – Virtue Sammá–Ájíva – Sila
6 Wise or Right Effort – Concentration/Meditation Samma-Vayama – Samadhi
7 Wise or Right Mindfulness – Concentration/Meditation Samma-Sati – Samadhi
8 Wise or Right Concentration – Concentration/Meditation Samma-Samadhi – Samadhi
3 Characteristics of Existence                                             3 Lakkhana:
1  Impermanence                                                         Anicca
2  Unsatisfactoriness                                                   Dukkha
3  Not-Self                                                                  Anatta
3 Unwholesome Roots                                                         3 Kilesas:
1 Greed                           Lobha
2 Hatred                                                               Dosha
3 Delusion                                                              Moha
3 Wholesome Roots
1 Non-Greed                                                Alobha
2 Non-Hatred              Adosha
3 Non-Delusion             Amoha
4 Highest Attitudes 4 Brahma-Viharas:
1 Lovingkindness, good-will  Metta
2 Compassion  Karuna
3 Sympathetic joy at the good fortune of others, Appreciation  Mudita
4 Equanimity  Upekkha
4 Foundations of Mindfulness 4 Satipatthana:
1 Mindfulness of the body Kaya
2 Mindfulness of feeling Vedana
3 Mindfulness of mind/consciousness, of the mind-states, moods Citta
4 Mindfulness of mind objects-mental events; 5 categories of dhammas Dhammas
4 Right Efforts                                                                   4 Sammappadhana:
1 Guarding arising of the unskilful that has not yet arisen.
Anuppādāya
2 Abandoning of the unskilfil that has already been arisen.
Pahānāya
3 Developing the skillful that has not yet arisen.
Uppādāya
4 Sustaining & developing of the skillful that has already been arisen. Thitiyā
4 Bases of Success 4 Iddhipada:
1 Intention / Interest / Willingness to act Chanda
2 Intention, Mind Citta
3 Persistence/Energy/Effort Viriya
4 Investigation/Discrimination  Vimamsa Or Panna
5 Strengths or Powers or Controlling Faculties (they control, master & balances their opposites) 5 Indriya:
1 Faith                – controls doubt Saddha
2 Energy/Effort/Persistence – controls laziness Viriya
3 Mindfulness – controls heedlessness Sati
4 Concentration – controls distraction Samadhi
5 Wisdom/Discernment – controls ignorance Panna
5 Aggregates/Heaps  5 Khandhas / Skandas:
1 Form/physical phenomena, body  Rupa
2 Feeling  Vedana
3 Perception  Sanna
4 Mental Formations  Sankhara
5 Consciousness  Vinnana
4 Primary Elements         qualities 4 Mahābhūta:
1
Earth element
  solidity,  attractive forces, heavy
pruṭhavī-dhātu
2
Water (or liquid) element        
  cohesive, fluidity, relative motion
āpa-dhātu
3 Fire element   heat/cold or energy teja-dhātu
4 Air (or wind) element – expansion or repulsive forces vāyu-dhātu
6 six internal-external (organ-object) pairs of sense bases 6 Saḷāyatana:
1 eye - visible objects
2 ear - sound
3 nose - odor
4 tongue - taste
5 body - touch
6 mind - mental objects
8 Worldly Dhammas (Conditions, Concerns)
1&2 Gain and Loss
3&4 Pleasure and Pain
5&6 Praise and Blame
7&8 Fame and Disrepute (status/disgrace)