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Akusala vipāka

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Akusala vipāka. If the seeing-consciousness is akusala vipaka, the sampaticchana-citta (receiving-consciousness) is also akusala vipaka; if the seeing-consciousness is kusala vipaka, the sampaticchana-citta is also kusala vipaka.

Thus there are two types of sampaticchana-citta: one is akusala vipaka and one is kusala vipaka.

Sampaticchana-citta: is ahetuka vipaka; there are no akusala hetus (unwholesome roots) or sobhana hetus (beautiful roots) arising with this type of citta.

Sampaticchana-citta succeeds seeing-consciousness; seeing-consciousness is a condition for the arising of sampaticchana-citta.

Likewise, when there is a process of cittas experiencing sound, sampaticchana-citta succeeds hearing-consciousness. It is the same with regard to nose, tongue, and body.

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http://www.budsas.org/ebud/nina-abhidhamma/nina-abhi-09.htm