Parisuddhi-Sīla in Buddhism

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Phrakru Worramongkolprayut
Phramaha Mit Thitapanyo

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Parisuddhi-Sīla is morality for purification. Sīla is a cause of purification or a pure conduct. Parisuddhi-Sīla has four kinds in Buddhism as follows: 1) Patimokkhasamvara- Sīla : restraint in accordance with the monastic disciplinary code; 2) Indriyasamvara-Sīla: restraint for the senses; 3) Ajivaparisuddi- Sīla: purity of conduct as regards livelihood; 4) Paccayasannissita-Sīla : pure conduct as regards the necessaries in life. Parisuddhi-Sīla is justified, and is the dhamma leading to the Noble Eightfold Path. This is a direct way leading to purity and Nirvana. Parisuddhi-Sīla is morality for purification. Sīla is a cause of purification or a pure conduct. Parisuddhi-Sīla has four kinds in Buddhism as follows: 1) Patimokkhasamvara- Sīla : restraint in accordance with the monastic disciplinary code; 2) Indriyasamvara-Sīla: restraint for the senses; 3) Ajivaparisuddi- Sīla: purity of conduct as regards livelihood; 4) Paccayasannissita-Sīla : pure conduct as regards the necessaries in life. Parisuddhi-Sīla is justified, and is the dhamma leading to the Noble Eightfold Path. This is a direct way leading to purity and Nirvana.

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