Sabba-loke anabhirati-sanna

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Sabba-loke anabhirati-saññā: 'contemplation on disinterestedness regarding the whole world', described in A. X., 60 in the following words: If, Ananda, the Bhikkhu gives up his tenacious clinging to the world, his firm grasping and his biases and inclinations of the mind, and turns away from these things, does not cling to them, this, Ananda, is called the contemplation on disinterestedness regarding the whole world.

References

Maha Thera Nyanatiloka. Manual of Buddhist Terms and Doctrines, Buddhist Publication Society, first edition 1952.