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Anguttara Nikāya
Pañcaka Nipāta
III: Pañcaŋgika-Vagga

Sutta 29

Cankama Suttaṃ


Translated from the Pali by Aggacitta Bhikkhu and Kumara Bhikkhu.
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[1][pts][olds] Monks, there are these five benefits of walking up and down.[1]

What five?

One is fit for long journeys;
one is fit for striving;
one has little disease;
that which is eaten, drunk, chewed, tasted, goes through proper digestion;
the composure attained by walking up and down is long-lasting.

These, monks, are the five benefits of walking up & down.


[1] Cankama: Walking meditation, usually in the form of walking back and forth along a prescribed path. [ — jtb]


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