Three destructive actions of mind

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Ways of thinking that arise from disturbing emotions and ripen into the experience of suffering by the person who perpetuates them: (1) thinking covetously, (2) thinking with malice, and (3) thinking distortedly with antagonism.

Tibetan: ཡིད་ཀྱི་མི་དགེ་བ་གསུམ། yid-kyi mi-dge-ba gsum

Synonyms: Three non-virtues of mind; Three non-virtuous actions of mind; Three unwholesome actions of mind

Other languages

Deutsch: Drei destruktive Handlungen des Geistes