Compounded, conditioned phenomena can be explained on the basis of the five skandhas, a topic that is presented in detail in the Abhidharma. Compoundedness means that a phenomenon comes into being through causes and conditions; this forming, this arising in itself is change.
While seeming to remain for a while, it actually constantly changes even while remaining, and its un-forming or dissolving is change as well. This is what holds true for the five skandhas that make up and shape our experience, in other words our life, our samsaric existence: form, sensations, perceptions, formations, and the various aspects of consciousness.
事實上，我們大多數人並沒有真正意識到祈願的力量，或者我們如何能有效地善用它們。 如果我們能夠正確使用這種善巧工具，我們將能夠完成我們的日常需求和願望，並為我們自己和所有眾生，得到和平和良好條件做出貢獻。 更重要的是，願力最終將幫助我們更好的了解自己的本質，並認識到我們善良和仁愛的本性。
Aspirations are very powerful, because they go to the depths of our consciousness. Though we all wish and aspire for many things, it is not common for us to do so with full awareness.
In fact, most of us are not really aware of the power of aspirations, or how we to utilise them effectively. If we are able to utilise this tool properly, we will be able to accomplish our daily needs and wishes, and contribute to peace and good conditions for ourselves and all other beings. More than that, aspirations will eventually help us to understand our own nature better, and to recognise our kind and loving nature.