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Inhabitants of the fifth of the nine abodes of beings (sattāvāsā). These beings are unconscious and experience nothing (A.iv.401). As soon as an idea occurs to them they fall from their state (D.i.28). Brahmin ascetics, having practised continual meditation and attained to the fourth jhāna, seeing the disadvantages attached to thinking, try to do away with it altogether. Dying in this condition, they are reborn among the Asaññasattā, having form only, but neither sensations, ideas, predispositions nor consciousness. They last only as long as their power of jhāna; then an idea occurs to them and they die straightaway (DA.i.118).http://www.vipassana.info/ay/asannasatta.htmhttp://www.vipassana.info/b/brahmaloka.htm
The Asannasatta is the particular type of rebirth for one who develops meditation with the feeling of dispassion (viraga) in perception (sanna). As a result of this, if he dies when his mind is absorbed in the fourth stage of jhana, he is born as an unconscious being in the world of form. He is said to be actually a one-aggregate being, i.e., a being who possesses only the rupa-kkhandha, with the absence of all the other four aggregates, namely, feeling (vedana), perception (sanna), disposition (sankhara) and consciousness (vinna,na). The Asannasatta is, therefore, a being without all mental activities.
He remains like a motionless stone in the realm from the beginning up to the end of his life. It is said that at the end of his life he will regain his consciousness, but as soon as consciousness arises in him, he moves from that realm and takes rebirth in another realm suitable to his previous kamma. http://www.geocities.com/ekchew.geo/31planes3.htm
Asanna-satta (Non-Percipient or Unconscious Beings)
The Asanna-sattas are the inhabitants of the eleventh Brahmaloka who pass their existence in a state of total unconsciousness. They possess only ‘rupa’ or material qualities and are without any ‘nama’ or mental qualities. In the Buddhist Philosophy of Relations (Manuals of Buddhism), the Venerable Mahathera Ledi Sayadaw explains that for such beings, the preceding consciousness is that of the decease (cuti-citta or the dying-thought) from the previous life in the kamaloka (sensuous plane) and the succeeding thought is that of the rebirth (patisandhi) in the following life in the kamaloka. Between these two classes of consciousness, the total suspension of thought of the unconscious being occurs for the whole term of life amounting to 500 kappas.
According the seventh and last treatise of the Abhidhamma Pitaka called the Patthana (Conditional Relations), in every process of thought, each preceding mental state relates to the succeeding mental state by causing the succeeding mental state to arise immediately after its ceasing, in accordance with the fixed order of mental process by the Relation of Immediate Contiguity. In the case of the unconscious being, the faculty of the preceding consciousness in causing a succeeding consciousness to arise in an immediate following instant has only been delayed for 500 kappas through certain highly cultivated contemplations and resolutions. http://www.buddhistpilgrimage.info/buddhism_course_07.htm
В Вимуттимагге подчеркивается, что ученики Будды не практикуют достижение этой сферы, асання-самапатти.
Тханиссаро Бхиккху пишет:
Some people really like it and think it's nibbana or cessation. Actually, it's the state of non-perception (asaññi-bhava). It's not even right concentration, because there's no way you can investigate anything in there to gain any sort of discernment.http://www.accesstoinsight.org/lib/authors/thanissaro/jhananumbers.html
Джеффри Шац пишет:
Regarding the cessation of sensory experience after the stabilization of the fourth jhana, the abhidharmikas of certain northern schools state that the meditator can enter directly into a cessation type attainment called asamjna-samapatti (P: asanna-samapatti, although I'm not aware that it is ever mentioned in Theravada literature?) if the meditator fails to correctly enter into the perception of the ayatana of infinite space. It seems to be a general conclusion that this asamjna-samapatti is a wrong turn and one should avoid it and properly go through the four formless samapattis before entering the full cessation experience of sanna-vedana-nirodha (also called "nirodha-samapatti"). http://www.forum.websangha.org/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=217&start=45http://dhamma.ru/forum/index.php/topic,693.0.html