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Anguttara Nikāya
Satta Nipāta

Sutta 45

Saññā Suttaṃ

Second on Perceptions

Translated from the Pali
by Sister Upalavanna

 


 

[1][pts][ati][bd]

Bhikkhus, these seven perceptions developed and made much are very beneficial, a dive in deathlessness and end in deathlessness.

What seven?

The perception of loathing,
of death,
loathing food,
non-attachment to all the world,
impermanence,
unpleasantness of impermanence and
lack of a self in unpleasantness.

Bhikkhus, these seven perceptions developed and made much are very beneficial,
a dive in deathlessness and
end in deathlessness.


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