## ’Jhāna force’ means

First, note that this term is not used in the suttas, but it’s implied, and can be pieced together from the suttas on the underlying workings of jhāna.

'Jhāna force’ refers to the unmistakable forces that push currents of energy (heat, energy, luminosity, hydraulic stuff, electrical vibrations, etc.) through all the cells of the body whenever one is in the four jhānas, or even just partial jhāna while doing various activities in all postures throughout the day. These are tactile sensations (vedana) that are tangible, real, not imaginary or fabricated visualizations. Important to note that

Jhāna in

EBT one is lucid, aware of the body, not in in formless frozen stupor as

LBT redefines jhāna.

### More details on force and ‘jhāna constipation’ under category of ‘passaddhi’

See

5🌊 (pacification awakening factor) for details.

## The Jhāna passaddhi 'force' equation

Loaded

zen: Baking

🌟PIE, getting rich by maximizing the zen coefficient every moment

PIE = ∫ zen × zc × activity × ac

from t = 0 (time of birth) to t = time of death

zen [1,4] = first jhana to fourth jhana, your baseline samadhi skill level, i.e. when you flip the switch which zen are you typically in. Ordinary person below zen 1, let's call 0.5.

zc [0.0,1.0] = zen coefficient

activity [-∞️, +∞️]:

+∞️ positive activity like noble silence + 4sp satipatthana + 4bv brahmavihara,

-∞️ negative activity based on 5niv hindrances mostly kāma sensuality based that drain exorbitant amounts of vital internal energy.

ac = activity coefficient = force × current × pacification ÷ tension

tension [0,+∞️]: you can see from equation having zero tension will make your activity coefficient an infinite number, while having maximum tension will drag your ac score to zero, and your moment to moment PIE yield to zero.

Problems with this equation:

1. Many of the variables are not independent

2. There really should be exponential growth expressed somewhere

simile: golden goose always with you. The higher your zen coefficient and activity coefficient, the bigger the golden egg he lays, every minute. Golden egg filled with PIE.