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In the first section, 'higher mind' has 'mind' hyperlinked to wikipedia page for samadhi. While the explanation of adhicitta-sikkhā is certainly connected to samadhi, 'mind' refers to 'citta' - so why hyperlink 'mind' to samadhi? Perhaps link it instead to 'citta' or to nothing at all? --Puthujjana (talk) 21:45, 26 December 2014 (UTC)