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Anguttara Nikāya
Navaka Nipāta
Sīhanāda Vagga

Sutta 16

Saññā Suttaṃ

Perceptions

Translated from the Pali
by Sister Upalavanna

 


 

[1][pts][ati] I heard thus.

At that time The Blessed One was abiding in Sāvatthi.

'Bhikkhus, these nine perceptions developed and made much are beneficial and fruitful with a dive in deathlessness end in deathlessness.

What nine?

The perception of loathing,
death,
loathing supports,
non-attachment to all the world,
impermanence,
unpleasantness in impermanence,
no-self in unpleasantness,
dispelling and disenchantment.

Bhikkhus, these nine perceptions developed and made much are beneficial and fruitful with a dive in deathlessness end in deathlessness.'


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