၁ – ကုသလတၱိက ၇ – ပဥႇာ၀ါရ
၁ – ပစၥယာႏုေလာမ ၁ – ၀ိဘဂၤ၀ါရ
၂၂ – နတၳိပစၥေယာ (Absence condition)
- Natthi Paccaya Paccayaniddeso
- 22. Natthipaccayoti – samanantaraniruddhā cittacetasikā dhammā paṭuppannānaṃ cittacetasikānaṃ dhammānaṃ natthipaccayena paccayo.
- Natthi Paccaya (Absence condition)
Number 22 is Natti Paccaya. It is the opposite of Atthi Paccaya. It is compared to a flame that has ceased, that has blown out. When the flame is blown out, there is darkness. The flame that goes out, the flame that ceases serves as a condition for darkness to arise. Actually Natthi is the same as Anantara. The conditioning states and the conditioned states do not exist at the same moment. They belong to different moments.
Samanantara niruddhā citta cetasikā dhammā patuppannānam citta cetasikānam dhammānam natthi paccayena paccayo.
There are 89 cittas and their associated 52 cetasikas. When one citta passes away along with their associated cetasika they are no more there and this conditions the arising of next citta and its associated cetasikas. As there are 89 cittas, depending on vithi vara after each passing away of citta there always arise next citta without any interruption.
The absence of that passed away citta conditions arising of next citta. The conditioning dhamma are 89 cittas and their associated cetasikas and the conditioned dhamma or supported dhamma or paccayuppanna dhamma or resulatant dhamma are also 89 cittas and their associated 52 cetasikas. But depending on the vithi vara there is an exact order that which citta needs to arise after whcih citta according to citta niyama or law of consciousness.
There is another paccaya or another condition, which is almost the same essence like natthi paccayo or absence condition. But as the implication are a bit different and they are also separate condition they should also deserve mentioning separately. That paccaya is vigata paccaya or disappearance condition. //www.wisdomlib.org/buddhism/book/patthana-dhamma