Abhidhamma Lecture (English) January 21, 2019 "Kamma Vs Mind by way of Paṭṭhāna conditions" အရွင္ ပေညာဘာသ Venerable Ashin Pannobhasa, TBSO Mahasi, https://www.tbsousa.org ***** The next one is Viññāṇa-paccayā Nāma-rūpaṃ. Because there is consciousness as condition Nāma, Rūpa and Nāma-rūpa arise. It is strange here. The word ‘Nāma-rūpa’ does not mean just Nāma and Rūpa, but sometimes Nāma, sometimes Rūpa and sometimes Nāma and Rūpa. Here ‘Viññāṇa’ means 32 resultant Cittas (=Vipāka Viññāṇa), the same as in the previous one, and it also means Kamma-formation-consciousness (=Kamma Viññāṇa). ‘Kamma-formation-consciousness’ means consciousness which are mundane wholesome (17) and unwholesome (12).