Change and transformation


One of the true characteristics of all worldly phenomena, together with suchness, indivisibleness, identicalness, specific conditionality, emptiness, equality and illusion, which the Buddha recognized in his enlightenment.  All worldly phenomena continuously change and transform into something else, through the cycle of birth (P: uppāda, V: sinh), continuation (P: ṭhiti, V: trụ), decay (P: bhanga, V: hoại), death (V: diệt) and transformation (V: thành).

P: vipariṇāma, V: biến dịch tánh

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