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The Sixteen Stages of Vipassana Knowledge

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    Knowledge to distinguish mental and physical states (namarupa pariccheda nana).
    Knowledge of the cause-and-effect relationship between mental and physical states (paccaya pariggaha nana).
    Knowledge of mental and physical processes as impermanent, unsatisfactory and nonself (sammasana nana).
    Knowledge of arising and passing away (udayabbaya nana).

    Knowledge of the dissolution of formations (bhanga nana).
    Knowledge of the fearful nature of mental and physical states (bhaya nana).
    Knowledge of mental and physical states as unsatisfactory (adinava nana).
    Knowledge of disenchantment (nibbida nana).

    Knowledge of the desire to abandon the worldly state (muncitukamayata nana).
    Knowledge which investigates the path to deliverance and instills a decision to practice further (patisankha nana).

    Knowledge which regards mental and physical states with equanimity (sankharupekha nana).
    Knowledge which conforms to the Four Noble Truths (anuloma nana).

    Knowledge of deliverance from the worldly condition (gotrabhu nana).
    Knowledge by which defilements are abandoned and are overcome by destruction (magga nana).

    Knowledge which realizes the fruit of the path and has nibbana as object (phala nana).
    Knowledge which reviews the defilements still remaining (paccavekkhana nana).

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