Fabrication â€” the forces and factors that fabricate things, the process of fabrication, and the fabricated things that result. As the fourth khandha, this refers to the act of fabricating thoughts, urges, etc., within the mind. As a blanket term for all five khandhas, it refers to all things fabricated, compounded, or fashioned by nature. 'Sankharupekkha-Ã±ana' refers to a stage of liberating insight in which all sankharas are viewed with a sense of equanimity.
All conditioned things
Mental/Karmic formation. The four of the five Khandhas.
Fashioning -- the forces that fashion things, the process of fashioning, and the fashioned things -- mental or physical -- that result. In some contexts this term refers specifically to the fashioning of thoughts in the mind. In others, it refers to all five khandhas (see above).
sankhaara]: Formation, compound, fashioning, fabrication â€” the forces and factors that fashion things (physical or mental), the process of fashioning, and the fashioned things that result. Sankhara can refer to anything formed or fashioned by conditions, or, more specifically, (as one of the five khandhas) thought-formations within the mind.
A compounded thing.
Most general usage: formations. Mental formations and kamma formations. Sometimes: bodily functions or mental functions. Also: anything formed.