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 +======= Arhat - དགྲ་བཅོམ་པ་ - drachompa - dgra bcom pa - Lohan =======
 + ​[[Arhat]],​ see also [[Sixteen Arhats Puja]]
 +[[Shravaka]] disciples from the [[Longchen Nyingtik]] [[field of merit|Field of Merit]]]]
 +**Arhat** ([[Skt.]] //arhat//; Tib. [[དགྲ་བཅོམ་པ་]],​ //​drachompa//;​ [[Wyl.]] //dgra bcom pa//) — the ultimate result of the [[shravaka yana]] and [[pratyekabuddha yana]]. One who has completely overcome the enemy of the [[disturbing emotions]] and is therefore worthy of praise.
 +===== Subdivisions =====
 +There are two kinds of arhat: those with remainder and those without remainder.
 +===== How an Arhat teaches =====
 +Arhats teach by means of the [[three pure factors]] (Tib. དག་པ་གསུམ་,​ Wyl. //dag pa gsum//) <​ref>​[[Patrul Rinpoche]], //​Preliminary Points To be Explained when Teaching the Buddha'​s Word or the Treatises//,​ translated by Adam Pearcey.</​ref>​
 +===== References =====
 +===== Internal Links =====
 +  * [[Sixteen Arhats]]
 +===== Categories =====
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 +[[Category:​Paths and Stages]]
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 +"Be careful not to [[believe]] in your own [[mind]]: your [[mind]] cannot be [[believe]]d. .
 +. . Once you have [[become]] an [[Arhat]], then you can [[believe]] your own [[mind]]."​ ([[S42]]
 +In the [[Pali]] [[text]]s of the [[Theravada]] [[tradition]] (see [[Theravada School]]) the
 +standard formula for describing the [[Arhat]] is as follows: "​[[Destroy]]ed is
 +[[rebirth]],​ lived is the [[celibate]] [[life]] (of a [[disciple]]),​ done is what had to be
 +done, after this [[present]] [[life]] there is no beyond."​ ([[Pali Text Society]]'​s
 +[[Pali-English Dictionary]])
 +"​[[Arhat]]"​ is one of the [[four]] [[kind]]s of [[truly]] [[Enlightened]] [[beings]] (see
 +[[Enlightenment]]). ​ It is a [[Sanskrit]] [[word]], which can be interpreted in [[three]]
 +1) "'​[[One Worthy of Offerings]]'​. [[Arhat]]s are [[Worthy of Offerings]] from [[human]]s
 +and [[Gods]]. On the [[causal ground]] a [[Bhikshu]] makes the [[alms]] round for his
 +[[food]], and as a [[result]], as an [[Arhat]] he is '​[[Worthy of Offerings]]'​."​ ([[SS]] I 107).
 +"If you make [[offerings]] to an [[Arhat]], an [[Enlightened]] [[Sage]], who has been
 +[[certified]] . . . you thereby [[attain]] [[limitless]] and [[boundless]] [[blessings]]. ​
 +There is no [[Way]] to calculate how many."
 +([[S42]] 3-4)
 +2) '​[[Slayer of Thieves]]'​. 'The [[thieves]] referred to are not [[external]] [[thieves]],​
 +but the [[thieves]] within you: the [[thieves]] of [[ignorance]],​ the [[thieves]] of
 +[[affliction]]s and the [[six thieves]] - the [[eye]]s, [[ear]]s, [[nose]], [[tongue]], [[body]], and
 +[[mind]]. Un[[know]]n to you, they rob you. . . . These [[six thieves]] [[steal]] your
 +[[Unsurpassed]] [[True]] [[Treasure]]s . . . ." ([[SS]] I 107-108)
 +3) '​[[unproduced]]'/'​[[unborn]]'​. "They have [[attain]]ed the 
 +[[Patience with the Non-Production of Dharmas]]. They do not have to undergo [[birth and death]] ([[samsara]])
 +again... Although they have not [[attain]]ed [[Anuttarasamyaksambodhi]],​ the
 +[[Unsurpassed Proper and Equal Right Enlightenment]],​ they will not fall into
 +the [[three realms]] (see entry)."​ ([[SS]] I 108)
 +Those [[three]] [[aspect]]s of [[being]] an [[Arhat]] are the [[result]] of [[cause]]s [[create]]d in
 +[[cultivation]] as a [[Bhikshu]].
 +Constantly observing the 250 [[Bhikshu Precepts]], they [[enter]] into and [[abide]] in [[purity]].
 +By practicing the [[four]] [[True Paths]] (i.e., [[path]]s to the [[Four Stages]] explained
 +below), they [[realize]] [[Arhatship]]. ([[S42]] 1)
 +"​Having been [[certified]] as having [[attain]]ed the [[patience]] with the
 +[[Non-Production of Dharmas]], the [[Arhat]] is beyond [[coming into being]] ([[produced]]) ​
 +and ceasing to be ([[destroy]]ed). Wouldn'​t you agree that the [[state]] of the [[Arhat]] is really terrific?
 +The [[Arhat]] isn't busy in the least. ​ He is totally [[free]] and [[at ease]], taking
 +it easy, laid back, and not doing much, [[collect]]ing unemployment. Do you
 +[[recognize]] the [[Arhat]]s? Their [[head]]s are [[bald]] and shiny, and so are their
 +[[feet]]. ​ That is, they don't wear shoes. No[[body]] supervises them and they
 +don't pay any [[attention]] to anyone else. No ties, no cares, no hang-ups, ​
 +[[no self]], [[no others]], [[no living beings]], [[no life]] ([[anatman]],​ [[na sattva]], ​
 +[[na jiva]], [[na pudgala]] of the [[Vajra Sutra]]), no [[nothing]]. Ahhh...
 +"Their [[mind]]s have [[attain]]ed [[Self-Mastery]]. They have no [[false thinking]]. ​
 +Once they [[enter]] [[Samadhi]],​ they can sit (in [[meditation]]) for several [[thousand]]
 +[[year]]s. ​ The [[First Patriarch]] [[Maha Kashyapa]] (see entry) went to [[Ji-Dzu]]
 +[[mountain]] [[Yunnan]] Province, [[China]] and [[enter]]ed [[Samadhi]]. He hasn't come out
 +of it yet.  That's be[[cause]] his [[mind]] has [[attain]]ed [[Self-Mastery]]."​ ([[DFS]] VIII 1449-11250)
 +"As [[Destroyer of Thieves]], [[Arhat]]s have [[kill]]ed the [[thief]] of [[ignorance]]. ​
 +[[Ignorance]] is a [[thief]] who ruins one's [[karma]] for the [[Way]]. ​ Why do [[people]] do
 +[[thing]]s that are [[upside-down]]?​ It's out of [[ignorance]]. Why is it that, when
 +one has no [[attachment]]s,​ one de[[liberate]]ly looks for [[attachment]]s?​ It's all out
 +of [[ignorance]]. In spite of the fact that it is in our [[power]] to [[end birth and death]],
 +why do we fail to do so? It is be[[cause]] of [[ignorance]]. [[Ignorance]] is simply terrible!
 +"​[[Arhat]]s [[kill]] [[ignorance]]. While we say they '​[[kill]]'​ [[ignorance]],​ they haven'​t
 +[[kill]]ed it entirely. They have [[kill]]ed [[coarse ignorance]],​ but a [[subtle ignorance]] remains.
 +[[Ignorance]] could be likened to a virus. ​ Perhaps you break out in a sore.  ​
 +When you put some [[medicine]] on it, it [[clear]]s up. But as soon as you 
 +quit applying the [[medicine]],​ it breaks out again, and your [[skin]] itches ​
 +like [[crazy]]. The [[Arhat]]s have the [[medicine]] and put it on the sore, 
 +but they haven'​t gotten rid of the [[disease]] at its [[source]]. The only
 +[[Way]] to get rid of it entirely is to [[become]] a [[Buddha]]..."​ ([[DFS]] VII 1371-1372)
 +====== Four Stages of Arhatship ======
 +[[Four Stages of Arhatship]]
 +Strictly [[speaking]] the term [[Arhat]] refers to the [[Fourth Stage]] only, but is
 +often used to refer to those of all [[Four Stages]]. (The term can also
 +include [[Pratyekabuddhas]] and is also employed in its more general [[meaning]] as
 +one of the [[Ten Titles of the Buddha]].)
 +===== 1) First Stage - Srota-apanna =====
 +"The [[Arhat]] of the [[First Stage]] is called one who has '​[[Entered the Stream]]'​
 +([[Srota-apanna]]). He has [[Entered the Stream]] of the [[Dharma]]-[[nature]] of the
 +[[Sage]], and he goes counter to the flow of the [[stream]] of the [[six senses]] of
 +common [[people]]. He still has to undergo [[seven]] more [[rebirth]]s among those in
 +the [[heaven]]s and among [[human]]s before he comes to the end of the [[path]]."​ ([[DFS]] X
 +The [[Srota-apanna]] . . . has [[seven]] [[death]]s and [[seven]] [[birth]]s remaining, and
 +then will be [[certified]] as an [[Arhat]]. Severing [[love]] and [[desire]] is like
 +severing the [[four]] limbs; one never uses them again. ([[S42]] 1)
 +===== 2) Second Stage - Sakridagamin =====
 +"The [[Arhat]] of the [[Second Stage]] is called a '​[[Once-Returner]]'​ ([[Sakridagamin]]).
 +He has one more [[rebirth]] to undergo in the [[heaven]]s and one among [[human]]s.
 +The [[Sakridagamin]] . . . ascends once, returns once more, and thereafter
 +[[become]]s an [[Arhat]]. ([[S42]] 1)
 +===== 3) Third Stage - Anagamin =====
 +"The [[Arhat]] of the [[Third Stage]] is called a '​never-returner'​ ([[Anagamin]]). ​
 +He does not have to undergo [[birth]] again in the [[human realm]]."​ ([[DFS]] X 52)
 +At the end of his [[life]] an [[Anagamin]]'​s vital [[spirit]] will ascend to the
 +[[Nineteenth Heaven]] [i.e., the [[High]]est [[heaven]] of the [[Fourth Dhyana]] - see 
 +[[Four Dhyanas]]* and there he will be [[certified]] as an [[Arhat]]. ([[S42]] 1)
 +===== 4) Fourth Stage - Arhat =====
 +"The [[Arhat]] of the [[Fourth Stage]] is called '​[[unborn]]'​. The [[Fourth Stage Arhat]]
 +has [[attain]]ed [[Patience with the Non-Production of Dharmas]]. ​ This [[means]] that
 +he does not see the slightest [[Dharma]] come into [[being]] or the slightest [[Dharma]]
 +cease to be.  Such a vision is not easy to [[bear]], but he has the [[patience]] to [[bear]] it. . . ." ​
 +([[DFS]] X 52)
 +"What proof is there that someone has been [[certified]] as a [[Fourth Stage]]
 +[[Arhat]]? A [[Fourth Stage Arhat]]'​s [[feet don't touch the ground]]. His [[feet]] are
 +off the [[ground]] by [[three]]-[[tenth]]s of an inch, and be[[cause]] of that, he never
 +squashes [[worm]]s or ants. . . . Not only can one of the [[Fourth Stage]] do
 +this, one of the [[First Stage]] can also do this." ([[S42]] 4)
 +[[Arhat]]s can [[fly]] and [[transform]] themselves. They have a [[lifespan]] of [[vast]]
 +[[eon]]s, and wherever they [[dwell]] they can move [[Heaven and Earth]] ([[S42]] 1)
 +"​Wherever an [[Arhat]] [[dwell]]s, the [[Gods]], [[Goddess]]es,​ [[dragon]]s ([[naga]]s), ​
 +and [[other]]s of the [[Eightfold Division]] [[protect]] his [[Dharma]], and it is very 
 +[[peace]]ful wherever he is.  There aren't any [[hurricane]]s,​ [[tornado]]es,​ [[earthquake]]s, ​
 +[[volcano]]es,​ [[tidal wave]]s, or any such [[disaster]]s,​ be[[cause]] the [[Dharma Protector]]s ​
 +and [[good spirit]]s are [[always]] [[protect]]ing him and [[making]] [[auspicious]] [[thing]]s ​
 +happen to him." ([[S42]] 5)
 +"​[[People]] who have been [[certified]] as [[Fourth Stage Arhat]]s have [[freedom]] over
 +[[birth and death]] ([[samsara]]). They are [[truly free]]; no one can watch over them. If
 +they want to live, they can live.  If they want to [[die]], they can [[die]]
 +whenever they want. If they want to [[die]] standing up, they can [[die]] standing
 +up. If they want to [[die]] sitting down, they can [[die]] that [[Way]]. If they
 +want to [[die]] [[walking]],​ they can [[die]] [[walking]]. If they want to [[die]] [[sleep]]ing,​
 +they can [[die]] [[sleep]]ing. ​ It's up to them. . . ." ([[S42]] 5)
 +When the [[Venerable Master]] [[Da-Syou]] decided it was [[time]] to leave, he chiselled
 +a [[space]] out of the rock cliff next to where he lived and [[meditate]]d and then
 +fashioned some [[door]]s. He then sat down [[inside]], arranged his [[body]] in
 +[[Full Lotus]] position, closed the [[door]]s, and [[enter]]ed the final [[Stillness]]. ​
 +Upon the [[door]]s he had inscribed this [[verse]]:
 +There is no [[Great]], no small, no [[inside]] nor out, [[cultivate]] your[[self]],​
 +[[understand]] your[[self]],​ and make your own arrangements.
 +====== The Non-Ultimacy of Arhatship ======
 +In the [[Dharma Flower Sutra]] ([[Lotus Sutra]]) [[Assembly]] the [[Buddha]] explains that the
 +[[Enlightenment]] of the [[Arhat]] is not [[ultimate]]. At that [[time]] [[Five Hundred Arhats]] ​
 +in the [[Assembly]] proclaimed:
 +"​[[World-Honored One]], we had [[always]] [[thought]] that we had [[gain]]ed the [[ultimate]]
 +[[Cessation]] ([[Nirodha]]) (i.e., [[Nirvana]]). Now we [[know]] that we were like un[[know]]ing ones. Why
 +is this? We should have obtained the [[Thus Come One]]'​s [[wisdom]], but were
 +[[content]] instead with lesser [[knowledge]]."​ ([[DFS]] VIII 1466)
 +"​Having [[attain]]ed the [[Way]] of the [[Arhat]], we said of ourselves that we had
 +[[gain]]ed [[Cessation]] ([[Nirodha]]). In the difficulty of maintaining our [[livelihood]] ​
 +(Commentary:​ The [[lifestyle]] of the [[Small Vehicle]] ([[Lesser Vehicle]]) is like that 
 +of a very [[poor]] [[person]].),​ we were [[content]] with what little we had [[gain]]ed. ​
 +Still, our [[Vows]] for All [[wisdom]] remain; they have not been lost. 
 +Now the [[World-Honored One]] has [[cause]]d us to wake up, saying, ​
 +'​[[Bhikshu]]s! What you have obtained is not [[ultimate]] [[Cessation]] ([[Nirodha]])!'"​ ([[DFS]] VIII 1475-1476)
 +[[Arhat]]s are some[[time]]s referred to as [[Shravaka]]s (see entry).
 +1) [[Chinese]]:​ [[a luo han]] , 2) [[Sanskrit]]:​ [[Arhat]], [[Arhant]], [[Arhanti]],​ 3) [[Pali]]
 +[[Arahant]],​ 4) Alternate [[translation]]s:​ [[Worthy]], deserving and [[merit]]orious
 +[[person]], [[One Worthy of Offerings]],​ [[Destroyer of Enemies]], [[Slayer of Thieves]].
 +[[See Also]] [[Shravaka]],​ [[Enlightenment]],​ [[eighty-eight deluded point of views]],
 +[[eighty-one cognitive delusions]].
 +[[BTTS References]]:​ [[DFS]] VII 1371-2, 1449-50; [[DFS]] X 52; [[TT]] 47; [[EDR]] II 57-58 (18
 +[[Transformation]]s);​ [[FAS]] Ch16 28-31; [[SS]] I 107-109; [[AS]] 66; [[VBS]] #196, pp. 4-5.
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