"Six-Senses" (Salayatana): Six-senses refer to the six sense faculties that allow us to perceive the world around us, which include the sense of sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch, and mind. In Buddhism, it is understood that these sense faculties can lead to attachment and suffering, and developing mindfulness and wisdom can help to reduce suffering.
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