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Anguttara Nikñya
Satta Nipñta
5. Mahāyaññavaggo

Sutta 48

Saṃyoga Suttaṃ

Association

Translated from the Pali
by Sister Upalavanna

 


 

[1][pts][ati]

Bhikkhus, I will teach the method of association and dissociation,
listen
and attend carefully.

Bhikkhus, what is the method of association and dissociation?

Bhikkhus, the woman with her internal femininity attends to her womanly charm, deportment, ways, interests, sounds and decorations.

Arousing lust for it, she attends to an external masculinity with manly charm, deportment, ways, interests, sounds and decorations.

Arousing lust for it she desires an external association.

She desires some pleasantness and pleasure on account of that association.

Bhikkhus, women attached to femininity and united to men do not go beyond femininity.

Bhikkhus, the man with his internal masculinity attends to his manly charm, deportment, ways, interests, sounds and decorations.

Arousing lust for it, he attends to an external femininity with womanly charm, deportment, ways, interests, sounds and decorations.

Arousing lust for it he desires an external association.

He desires some pleasantness and pleasure on account of that association.

Bhikkhus, men attached to masculinity and united to women do not go beyond masculinity.

Bhikkhus, this is association.

Bhikkhus, how comes dissociation?

Bhikkhus, the woman with her internal femininity does not attend to her womanly charm, deportment, ways, interests, sounds and decorations.

Not arousing lust for it, she does not attend to an external masculinity with manly charm, deportment, ways, interests, sounds and decorations.

Not arousing lust for it she does not desire an external association some pleasantness and pleasure on account of that association.

Bhikkhus, women not attached to femininity and not united to men go beyond femininity.

Bhikkhus, the man with his internal masculinity does not attend to his manly charm, deportment, ways, interests, sounds and decorations.

Not arousing lust for it, he does not attend to an external femininity with womanly charm, deportment, ways, interests, sounds and decorations.

Not arousing lust for it, he does not desire an external association, some pleasantness and pleasure on account of that association.

Bhikkhus, men not attached to masculinity and not united to women go beyond masculinity.

Bhikkhus, this is dissociation.

Bhikkhus, this is the method of association and dissociation.


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