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'''Sakadāgāmī''':  'Once returner'
 
'''Sakadāgāmī''':  'Once returner'
  
A [[sakadagami]] (once-returner) has eradicated the first three hindrances of the [[10 hindrances]] to enlightenment and greatly weakened the fourth and fifth; attachment to sense desires and ill-will. Such a person will be re-born to either the human or heavenly realm and will attain enlightenment there.
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A sakadagami (once-returner) has eradicated the first three hindrances of the [[10 hindrances]] to enlightenment and greatly weakened the fourth and fifth; attachment to sense desires and ill-will. Such a person will be re-born to either the human or heavenly realm and will attain enlightenment there.
  
 
See:  [[10 hindrances]] and the Four stages of realization.
 
See:  [[10 hindrances]] and the Four stages of realization.

Latest revision as of 03:43, 20 September 2009

Sakadāgāmī: 'Once returner'

A sakadagami (once-returner) has eradicated the first three hindrances of the 10 hindrances to enlightenment and greatly weakened the fourth and fifth; attachment to sense desires and ill-will. Such a person will be re-born to either the human or heavenly realm and will attain enlightenment there.

See: 10 hindrances and the Four stages of realization.

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