Visuddhimagga XIV-180

Ubhayavipākamanodhātuyā ete ceva vitakkavicārādhimokkhā cāti aṭṭha,
Ñ(XIV,180): Those associated with both kinds of resultant mind-element (39), (55) come to eight by adding applied thought (iii), sustained thought (iv) and resolution (xxix).

tathā tividhāyapi ahetukamanoviññāṇadhātuyā.
Ñ: Likewise those associated with the threefold mind-consciousness-element with root-cause (40), (41), (56).

Yā panettha somanassasahagatā, tāya saddhiṃ pīti adhikā hotīti veditabbā.
Ñ: But here (40) that accompanied by joy should be understood to have happiness (v) also in addition to that.

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