Visuddhimagga XIII-108

Kāyaṃ pana cittasannissitaṃ katvā adissamānena kāyena gamanakāle paccuppannārammaṇaṃ hoti.
Ñ(XIII,108): At the time of going with an invisible body after making the body dependent on the mind it has a present object.

Kāyavasena cittaṃ, cittavasena vā kāyaṃ pariṇāmanakāle attano kumārakavaṇṇādinimmānakāle ca sakāyacittānaṃ ārammaṇakaraṇato ajjhattārammaṇaṃ hoti.
Ñ: At the time of converting the mind to accord with the body, or the body to accord with the mind, and at the time of creating one's own appearance as a boy, etc., it has an internal object because it makes one's own body and mind its object.

Bahiddhā hatthiassādidassanakāle pana bahiddhārammaṇanti
Ñ: But at the time of showing elephants, horses, etc., externally it has an external object.

evaṃ tāva iddhividhañāṇassa sattasu ārammaṇesu pavatti veditabbā.
Ñ: This is how, firstly, the kinds of supernormal power should be understood to occur with respect to the seven kinds of object.

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