Underlying tendencies


In Buddhism means the emotions or tendencies which lie dormant deep in our mind without us being consciously aware of them, and which could suddenly burst into violent actions.  In the suttas, the Buddha identifies seven types of underlying tendencies.

P: anusaya, S: anuśaya, V: tùy miên

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