Eleven virtuous states

Tibetan: དགེ་བའི་སེམས་བྱུང་བཅུགཅིག(gewe semjung chuchik)   Chinese: 善心所

The Eleven Virtuous States (ekadasa kusala) are the mental state of minds that can act as antidotes again destructive emotions. They are part of Fifty-one Mental States as listed in Abhidharma.

Faith (sraddha)
Dignity (hri)
Propriety (apatrapya)
Nonattachment (alobha)
Nonaggression (advesha)
Nondelusion (amoha)
Diligence (virya)
Flexibility (prasrabdhi)
Conscientiousness (apramada)
Equanimity (upeksa)
Nonviolence (avihimsa)

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Synonyms/Additional Terms:
善心所, དགེ་བའི་སེམས་བྱུང་བཅུ་གཅིག་, Ekadasa Kusala

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