Visuddhimagga XIV-226

Visesato ca ajjhattikarūpaṃ asubhato passanto kabaḷīkārāhāraṃ parijānāti,
更就五蕴特别地说:[PTS 480]
Ñ(XIV,226): And in particular, [480] one who sees internal materiality as foul (ugly) fully understands nutriment consisting of physical nutriment.

asubhe subhanti vipallāsaṃ pajahati.
Ñ: He abandons the perversion [of perceiving] beauty in the foul (ugly),

Kāmoghaṃ uttarati,
Ñ: he crosses the flood of sense desire,

kāmayogena visaṃyujjati,
Ñ: he is loosed from the bond of sense desire,

kāmāsavena anāsavo hoti,
Ñ: he becomes canker-free as regards the canker of sense desire,

abhijjhākāyaganthaṃ bhindati,
Ñ: he breaks the bodily tie of covetousness.

kāmupādānaṃ na upādiyati.
Ñ: He does not cling with sense-desire clinging.

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