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- Connection Framework
- Connection Practice
- Connection Appliance
- Connection Supplement
- Connection Manual
- Connection Event
- Connection Outcome
- Connection Pathology
In Zen Buddhism, The three poisons (or the three unwholesome roots in Buddhism) refer to the three root causes of delusion and ignorance/confusion, greed, and anger/hatred (aversion). The three poisons are three Connection Obstacles that interfere with and block stronger Connection.
List of Connection Obstacles
Along with the three poisons go three wholesome qualities, which are amoha (non-delusion)/prajna (wisdom), alobha (non-attachment) or daana (generosity), and advesa (non hatred) or mettaa (loving-kindness).
The three wholesome qualities may be a considered a subset of the LP Connection Framework, specifically the Alignment Rule Set which species, in broad terms, actions, thoughts, and environments which are in alignment with, and conducive of Connection.