list of the rules of pātimokkha. Here you will the list of the rules of conduct that all the bhikkhus are supposed to observe. On this page, each rule is . In Theravada Buddhism, the Patimokkha is the basic code of monastic discipline, consisting of rules for fully ordained monks (bhikkhus) and for nuns. The Bhikkhu Patimokkha – A Word by Word Translation- This is a word by word translation of the code of discipline or rules of the Buddhist monks, the.
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The nissaggiya pacittiya are thirty rules entailing “confession with forfeiture. Not to accept money.
Intention is necessary in all these four cases to constitute an offence. A bhikkhu who is not ill may accept make use of a four-month invitation to ask for requisites.
Not to swing the arms when sitting in inhabited areas. Not to unite couples. Not to accept more than the equivalent of three bowls of pastries if they were not originally make for the bhikkhu. To keep the eyes always lowered when sitting in inhabited areas. Not to pretend not knowing a rule of conduct.
Retrieved September 17, Not to spend the night far from one of his three robes. Settling a conflict after an admission. Not to consume alcohol or other intoxicating substances. And if a novice should say the following: Not to accept carpets containing silk. Not to lack respect. Not to enter a town or village after noon without having asked for approval from another bhikkhu. The aniyata are two indefinite rules where a monk is accused of having committed an offence with a woman in a screened enclosed or private place by a lay person.
During the alms collection round, not to dismiss a bhikkhu with whom one is making this round. Not to make noise in opening the mouth when eating. Not to create disagreement between bhikkhus. Should any bhikkhu have a needle case made of bone, ivory, or horn, it is to be broken and confessed.
Not to watch an army departing for combat.
Vinaya Pitaka, Bhikkhu Patimokkha
Not to commit murder. In excess of that, it is to be cut down and confessed. Not to dig or cause someone else to dig the ground.
Not to teach to a woman more than six consecutive words of dhamma. Retrieved from ” https: Not to travel with smugglers planning to perpetrate a fraud.
It is contained in the Suttavibhangaa division of the Vinaya Pitaka. Not to use water containing living beings. Should any bhikkhu, himself having placed bhikkh under shared ownership vikappana with a bhikkhu, a bhikkhuni, a female probationer, a male novice, or a bgikkhu novice, then make use of the cloth without the shared ownership’s being rescinded, it is to be confessed.
He is not allowed to become a monk again in his lifetime. Should any bhikkhu knowingly divert to an individual gains that had been allocated for the Community, it is to be confessed. In many ways, friend, the Blessed One has described patimkokha acts, and when indulged in they are genuine obstructions. Retrieved on May 9, Not to hit another bhikkhu.
Not patiimokkha leave one of the robes more than six nights in a village, at the end of the latimokkha period, while lodging in a dangerous area.
Not to build a housing exceeding 2. Patimokkkha wear the upper robe correctly wrapped around oneself, so as to leave the edges level. Not to collect and stow away a precious object outside a monastery or the area where one lives. Not to eat the food offered by donors whom one has not previously warned of an existing danger in the area. Not to accept the floor carpets only made of black sheep wool. Not to throw pieces of food into the mouth. Not to eat by inserting large morsels in the mouth.
Not to enter the king’s chamber without warning. Not to set a bhikkhu apart in order to make him leave. Part of a series on.