Chapter 16-17: 9 Tattvas

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Jneya
Know
Heya
Avoid
Upadeya
Adopt
Jiv-category
Jneya
Ajiv-category
Jneya
Punya-category
Heya/Upadeya
Paap-category
Heya
Ashrav-category
Heya
Samvar-category
Upadeya
Bandha-category
Heya
Nirjara-category
Upadeya
Moksh-category
Upadeya
Jiv-define
Living Things
Ajiv-define
Nonliving things
Punya/Shubh-define
Good karmas
Paap/Ashubh-define
Bad karmas
Ashrav-define
Influx
Samvar-define
Stoppage
Bandha-define
Bondage
Nirjara-define
Eradication
Moksh-define
Liberation of the soul
Nine Tattvas
Principles about the theory of Karmas
Koham
Who am I
Soham
I am that soul
Upayoga Lakshano Jivah
The capability to know is the existence of the soul
Neti, neti
Not this, not that
Dharmastikaya
Medium of motion
Adharmastikaya
Medium of rest
Akashastikaya
Space
Lokakash
Within the known universe
Alokakash
Outside the known universe
Pudgalastikaya
Matter
Kaal
Time
Punyanubandhi punya
Earning punya while enjoying the fruits of punya from previous lives (Shalibhadra)
Paapanubandhi punya
Earning paap while enjoying the fruits of punya from previous lives (Mamman Seth)
Punyanubandhi Paap
Earning punya while suffering from paap from previous lives (Roheniyo thief)
Paapanubandhi Paap
Earning paap while suffering from paap from previous lives (Kaalsaurik butcher)
Mithyathya (5 reasons of Ashrav)
False beliefs
Avirati (5 reasons of Ashrav)
Inability to take vows
Pramada (5 reasons of Ashrav)
Laziness
Kashay (5 reasons of Ashrav)
4 Passions: Krodh (anger), Mana (arrogance), Maya (deceit), Lobh (greed)
Yoga (5 reasons of Ashrav)
Activities of mind, body, and speech
Prakruti (4 types of Bandha)
Nature of karmas
Pradesh (4 types of Bandha)
Quantity of karmas
Stiti (4 types of Bandha)
Duration of karmas
Ras/Anubhag (4 types of Bandha)
Intensity of karmas
5 Samitis (57 ways of Samvar)
Carefulness
Irya Samiti (5 Samitis)
Care in walking
Bhasha Samiti (5 Samitis)
Care in speaking
Eshana Samiti (5 Samitis)
Care in begging
Adana Nikshepa Samiti (5 Samitis)
Care in taking and keeping
Utsarga samiti (5 Samitis)
Care in disposing waste
3 Guptis (57 ways of Samvar)
Constraints
Mano Gupti (3 Guptis)
Control over mind
Vachan Gupti (3 Guptis)
Control over speech
Kaya Gupti (3 Guptis)
Control over body
10 Yati Dharmas (57 ways of Samvar)
Religious Virtues
Kshama (10 Yati Dharmas)
Forgiveness
Mardava (10 Yati Dharmas)
Modesty
Arjava (10 Yati Dharmas)
Straightforwardness
Shaucha (10 Yati Dharmas)
Contentment
Satya (10 Yati Dharmas)
Truthfulness
Samyam (10 Yati Dharmas)
Self-control
Tapa (10 Yati Dharmas) (Also mentioned in Nirjara)
Penance
Tyag (10 Yati Dharmas)
Renunciation
Akinchanya (10 Yati Dharmas)
Non-attachment
Brahmacharya (10 Yati Dharmas) (Part of the Mahavrats) (Please tell me this rings a bell)
Celibacy
12 Bhavanas (57 ways of Samvar)
Reflection of thoughts (anupreksha)
Anitya (12 Bhavanas)
Impermanence
Asharan (12 Bhavanas)
Helplessness
Sansar (12 Bhavanas)
Cycle of life and death
Ekatva (12 Bhavanas)
Solitariness
Anyatva (12 Bhavanas)
Otherness of the body
Asuchi (12 Bhavanas)
Impurities
Ashrav (12 Bhavanas)
Influx of karmas
Samvar (12 Bhavanas)
Stoppage of karmas
Nirjara (12 Bhavanas)
Eradication of karmas
Lokasvabhava (12 Bhavanas)
Nature of the cosmos
Bhodidurlabh (12 Bhavanas)
Enlightenment of the soul
Dharma (12 Bhavanas)
Religion
Maitri (4 auxiliary bhavanas)
Friendship
Pramod (4 auxiliary bhavanas)
Appreciation
Karuna (4 auxiliary bhavanas)
Compassion
Madhyastha (4 auxiliary bhavanas)
Neutrality
22 Parishahas (57 ways of Samvar)
Hardships
5 Charitras (57 ways of Samvar)
Conduct
Samayika (5 Charitras)
To remain in equanimity
Chhedopasthapana (5 Charitras)
To live the life of an ascetic
Pariharavishuddhi (5 Charitras)
To follow special types of penance as an ascetic
Sukshma-Samparaya (5 Charitras)
To live a life without kashay
Yathakhyata/Vitaraga (5 Charitras)
Living the life of an Arihant
Akam Nirjara
Eradicating karmas without intention
Sakam Nirjara
Eradicating karmas with intention
Upavas
Fasting for 24 hours
Bahya Tapas (Nirjara)
External Tapas
Abyantar Tapas (Nirjara)
Internal Tapas
Anashan (Bahya tapas)
Fasting
Unodari (Bahya tapas)
Eating less
Vrutti-sankshep (Bahya tapas)
Eating with restraints
Ras-tyag (Bahya tapas)
Eating non-tasty food
Kaya-klesha (Bahya tapas)
Tolerating pain
Sanlinatha (Bahya tapas)
Standing in one place
Navakarashi
Eating 48 minutes after sunrise
Porsi
Eating 3 hours after sunrise
Sadh-porsi
Eating 4 hours and 30 minutes after sunrise
Purimuddha
Eating 6 hours after sunrise
Avadhdh
Eating 9 hours after sunrise
Biyasan
Eating two meals a day while sitting in one place
Ekasan
Eating one meal a day while sitting in one place
Ayambil
Eating foods prepared without Vigai
Tivihar upavas
Drinking only boiled water while upavas
Chauvihar upavas
Not drinking or eating during upavas
Tivihar
Nothing after sunset, only water
Chauvihar
Not consuming anything until sunrise the next day
Chhath
Upavas for two consecutive days
Attham
Upavas for three consecutive days
Atthai
Upavas for eight consecutive days
Masakhaman
Consecutive upavas for one month
Navapad Oli
9 days of Ayambil
Varsitap
Alternate days for upavas for one year
Prayashchitta (Abyantar tapas)
Repentance
Vinay (Abyantar tapas)
Humility
Veyavachcham (Abyantar tapas)
Selfless service
Swadyay (Abyantar tapas)
Study of religious scriptures
Dhyana (Abyantar tapas)
Meditation
Kayotsarga
(Abyantar tapas)
Siddhashila
Abode of liberated souls