This talk reviews the characteristics of what can be described as a Buddhist theory of personality–The Five Aggregates–representing how the mind is stimulated by physical experience to create a meaningful self-state organization.  The aggregates, when affected by greed, hatred and ignorance, create the distress and confusion that interferes with human happiness, creating the distress and confusion we all are confronted with.  Here are the notes prepared for this talk:  REVIEWING THE FIVE AGGREGATES OF CLINGING