1.8.1.Saṅkhataparamattha is fourfold.
18.104.22.168. Paramatthadhamma – one citta, fifty-two cetasikas and eighteen rūpas that
have arisen and passed away (atīta), have arisen but not passed away yet
(paccuppanna) and have not arisen yet
22.214.171.124. Uppādino dhammā – the potency of vipākacittas and vipākacetasikas and
kammajarūpas that are supposed to arise as their cause (kamma) has gained the
opportunity to yield results
126.96.36.199. Paramatthajātika – certain stages and forces of cetasikas that remain dormant
influencing the mind of sentient beings
188.8.131.52. Anuppannadhamma – the potency of citta, cetasikas and rūpa that will arise
in future as long as relevant causes prevail
However there is a ‘new to Sri Lanka’ idea in his hand outs which is debated sometimes by the Sri Lankans I know.
He is said to be graduated in Burma ITBMU and talk about the existence of some energies apart from the generally accepted paramattha dhammas.
He has named them as Paramattha-jatikas which are Anusaya, Kamma and some Paccaya-energies out of 24 Paccayas.
And he says in his videos they do not come to uppada-thiti-bhanga like the normal sankhata paramatthas but exist as energies. So he conclude that they belong to the Paramattha-kind.
What are your opinions regarding this matter?
Apart from the physical and mental elements that have been shown above, in an average person there is a tendency for unwholesome thoughts to occur. That tendency is not concept, hence an ultimate nature that can be understood with wisdom. And this is called anusaya. Moreover, there is a karmic energy in him that would cause him to have future rebirths after death. That energy is also not a concept but an ultimate nature which is called kammasamaṅgītā. Both these anusaya and kammasamaṅgītā are paramatthajātika natures.
In addition, such a person is bound with the suffering that would occur if the conditions such as kamma and kilesas prevail. Though such suffering can be expressed as future lives of that particular person, in the ultimate sense they represent aggregates. Even while the person is still living in the present life, he is bound with those aggregates that are supposed to arise in future. This potency of aggregates in future lives can also be understood as an ultimate nature which is called anuppannadhamma.