(SN56.11) What is three-round, twelve-permutation knowledge & vision concerning four noble truths?

Could someone give more details about the question above as per the following Sutta?

http://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka/sn/sn56/sn56.011.than.html

Hi SarathW1,
It is always nice to refer to the sutta using the SC-friendly reference: SN56.11.

You can also point to the specific paragraph your question is about: https://suttacentral.net/en/sn56.11/20

:anjal:

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As I previously mentioned, I am familiar with access to insight and I find search facility is user-friendly than Sutta Central. By the way why it matters?

Thanks for highlighting the area related to the question concerned.
How did you do the highlighting so it appears when someone click the link you provided.
:anjal:

It matters, at least to me, because it may lead people who come to this forum to explore further into what is in SC. :anjal:

P.S.: I have changed slightly the topic’s title. If you don’t like you may change it.

Thanks for highlighting the area related to the question concerned.
How did you do the highlighting so it appears when someone click the link you provided.

While in SC, just select the paragraph in question and a small box should pop up with a link to that specific paragraph. :slight_smile:

See why I encourage you to link to SC? Beside having much more content it has smarts like this as well.

I too took my time to move away from ATI, which is by the way not being updated anymore.

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Thanks. I will try.
I am a too old dog to learn new tricks!
Except, Buddhism of course.
:grin:

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The Buddha was forthright. He knew who he was and what had
happened to him. The Four Noble Truths are the cornerstone of all
his teaching. Each is understood and practiced in three phases. That
constitutes what are called the twelve aspects. The three phases are
theory, practice, and realization. You must first understand something
as a theory. Then you put it into practice so that you actually
experience it taking place. Then you realize, that is to say “make real,”
the result. That is the process by which one verifies a theory as reality.
In this usage, the word realization means both “understanding”
and “final attainment…

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There was this thread on the 12 round permutation:

https://discourse.suttacentral.net/t/3-turning-12-line-means-what/?source_topic_id=5519

with metta

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Thanks Mat for sharing.
Wonderful discussion!!

Welcome Sarath! Please note that there is a mistake in my initial chart, which I discussed later.

With metta