chapter  10
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Feeling

That which is experienced, whether it belongs to the body or the mind (i e whether a'material or psychological fact), as pleasant and agreeable, that is pleasant feeling. That which is experienced, whether it belongs to the body or to the mind, as painful and disagreeable, that is an unpleasant feeling. That which is experienced, whether it belongs to the body or to the mind, as neither agreeable nor disagreeable, that is a neutral feeling. A tendency to desire is to be eliminated from the pleasant feeling, a tendency to repulsion is to be eliminated from the unpleasant feeling, a tendency to ignorance is to be eliminated from the neutral feeling.