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Six shields

 

Sixth Dhal

 

The characteristics of non-violence, truth, non-stealing and celibacy major vows

Careful movement; careful speech and major vow of not possessing anything other than the soul.

No interest in flavours, handle books etc. so as not to harm other souls and excreting only in lifeless places.

Sage’s victory over the three guptis (worldly presences?) and five senses.

Sage’s 6 daily essential activities and 4 of the 7 main qualities

Sage’s remaining 3 of the 7 main qualities and absence of like-dislike

Sage’s other sacrifices?, qualities, travels and the benefit of natural conduct

Description of natural conduct (knowing the self only)

Description of natural conduct (knowing the self only)

Characteristics of natural conduct and unbroken meditation

Natural conduct and "Arihant" state (perfect soul with physical body)

Description of Siddh state (perfect soul without physical body)

Descrition of Moksh state (liberated)

Fruit of correct belief, understanding and conduct and recommendation to act in beneficial manner to soul

Last counsel

Volume creation date and time with references

 

The characteristics of non-violence, truth, non-stealing and celibacy major vows

Careful movement; careful speech and major vow of not possessing anything other than the soul.

No interest in flavours, handle books etc. so as not to harm other souls and excreting only in lifeless places.

Sage’s victory over the three guptis (worldly presences?) and five senses.

Sage’s 6 daily essential activities and 4 of the 7 main qualities

Sage’s remaining 3 of the 7 main qualities and absence of like-dislike

Sage’s other sacrifices?, qualities, travels and the benefit of natural conduct

Description of natural conduct (knowing the self only)

Description of natural conduct (knowing the self only)

Characteristics of natural conduct and unbroken meditation

Natural conduct and "Arihant" state (perfect soul with physical body)

Description of Siddh state (perfect soul without physical body)

Descrition of Moksh state (liberated)

Fruit of correct belief, understanding and conduct and recommendation to act in beneficial manner to soul

Last counsel

Volume creation date and time with references