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Wieldiness

Pali:
Kammannata
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Sanskrit:
Kammannata
Synonyms:
workableness
Definition :

Wieldiness signifies that specific or suitable degree of pliancy or softness which makes the mind workable. While the mind is in the flames of passion or reactivity, it is too soft to be workable. If, on the contrary, the mind is too rigid then it is also unworkable .

There are two mental factors that have the characteristic of the subsiding of unwieldiness (akammaññabhāva); wieldiness of mental body and wieldiness of consciousness.

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