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Anguttara Nikāya
Sattaka Nipāta

The Book of the
Gradual Sayings
The Book of the Sevens

The Recital
II

Persons Worthy of Offerings

Translated from the Pali by E.M. Hare.

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Sutta 163:

Impermanance in Respect of Tastes

[163.1] 'Monks, there are these seven persons,
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

What seven?

Monks, herein a monk abides seeing the impermanence of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He by destroying the cankers,
he enters and abides in the cankerless mind-emancipation,
wisdom-emancipation,
here and now,
realizing it himself by knowledge;
attains emancipation eve in this life.

This then monks, is the first person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the impermanence of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

This one attains emancipation and death at the same time.

This then monks, is the second person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the impermanence of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He destroys the five lower fetters and becomes completely cool after an interval.

This then monks, is the third person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the impermanence of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool after lessening his period.

This then monks, is the fourth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the impermanence of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool without (karmic) residue.

This then monks, is the fifth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the impermanence of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool with some (karmic) residue.

This then monks, is the sixth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the impermanence of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes part of the upward stream, bound for the highest.

This then monks, is the seventh person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

Monks, these are the seven.

 

§

 

Sutta 164:

Ill in Respect of Tastes

[164.1] 'Monks, there are these seven persons,
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

What seven?

Monks, herein a monk abides seeing the ill of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He by destroying the cankers,
he enters and abides in the cankerless mind-emancipation,
wisdom-emancipation,
here and now,
realizing it himself by knowledge;
attains emancipation eve in this life.

This then monks, is the first person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the ill of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

This one attains emancipation and death at the same time.

This then monks, is the second person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the ill of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He destroys the five lower fetters and becomes completely cool after an interval.

This then monks, is the third person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the ill of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool after lessening his period.

This then monks, is the fourth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the ill of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool without (karmic) residue.

This then monks, is the fifth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the ill of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool with some (karmic) residue.

This then monks, is the sixth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the impermanence of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes part of the upward stream, bound for the highest.

This then monks, is the seventh person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

Monks, these are the seven.

 

§

 

Sutta 165:

No Self in Respect of Tastes

[165.1] 'Monks, there are these seven persons,
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

What seven?

Monks, herein a monk abides seeing the no self of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He by destroying the cankers,
he enters and abides in the cankerless mind-emancipation,
wisdom-emancipation,
here and now,
realizing it himself by knowledge;
attains emancipation eve in this life.

This then monks, is the first person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the no self of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

This one attains emancipation and death at the same time.

This then monks, is the second person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the no self of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He destroys the five lower fetters and becomes completely cool after an interval.

This then monks, is the third person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the no self of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool after lessening his period.

This then monks, is the fourth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the no self of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool without (karmic) residue.

This then monks, is the fifth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the no self of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool with some (karmic) residue.

This then monks, is the sixth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the no self of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes part of the upward stream, bound for the highest.

This then monks, is the seventh person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

Monks, these are the seven.

 

§

 

Sutta 166:

Destruction in Respect of Tastes

[166.1] 'Monks, there are these seven persons,
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

What seven?

Monks, herein a monk abides seeing the destruction of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He by destroying the cankers,
he enters and abides in the cankerless mind-emancipation,
wisdom-emancipation,
here and now,
realizing it himself by knowledge;
attains emancipation eve in this life.

This then monks, is the first person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the destruction of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

This one attains emancipation and death at the same time.

This then monks, is the second person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the destruction of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He destroys the five lower fetters and becomes completely cool after an interval.

This then monks, is the third person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the destruction of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool after lessening his period.

This then monks, is the fourth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the destruction of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool without (karmic) residue.

This then monks, is the fifth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the destruction of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool with some (karmic) residue.

This then monks, is the sixth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the destruction of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes part of the upward stream, bound for the highest.

This then monks, is the seventh person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

Monks, these are the seven.

 

§

 

Sutta 167:

Decay in Respect of Tastes

[167.1] 'Monks, there are these seven persons,
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

What seven?

Monks, herein a monk abides seeing the decay of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He by destroying the cankers,
he enters and abides in the cankerless mind-emancipation,
wisdom-emancipation,
here and now,
realizing it himself by knowledge;
attains emancipation eve in this life.

This then monks, is the first person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the decay of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

This one attains emancipation and death at the same time.

This then monks, is the second person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the decay of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He destroys the five lower fetters and becomes completely cool after an interval.

This then monks, is the third person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the decay of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool after lessening his period.

This then monks, is the fourth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the decay of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool without (karmic) residue.

This then monks, is the fifth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the decay of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool with some (karmic) residue.

This then monks, is the sixth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the decay of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes part of the upward stream, bound for the highest.

This then monks, is the seventh person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

Monks, these are the seven.

 

§

 

Sutta 168:

Dispassion in Respect of Tastes

[168.1] 'Monks, there are these seven persons,
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

What seven?

Monks, herein a monk abides seeing dispassion for the eye
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He by destroying the cankers,
he enters and abides in the cankerless mind-emancipation,
wisdom-emancipation,
here and now,
realizing it himself by knowledge;
attains emancipation eve in this life.

This then monks, is the first person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing dispassion for the eye
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

This one attains emancipation and death at the same time.

This then monks, is the second person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing dispassion for the eye
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He destroys the five lower fetters and becomes completely cool after an interval.

This then monks, is the third person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing dispassion for the eye
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool after lessening his period.

This then monks, is the fourth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing dispassion for the eye
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool without (karmic) residue.

This then monks, is the fifth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing dispassion for the eye
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool with some (karmic) residue.

This then monks, is the sixth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing dispassion for the eye
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes part of the upward stream, bound for the highest.

This then monks, is the seventh person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

Monks, these are the seven.

 

§

 

Sutta 169:

Ending in Respect of Tastes

[169.1] 'Monks, there are these seven persons,
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

What seven?

Monks, herein a monk abides seeing the ending of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He by destroying the cankers,
he enters and abides in the cankerless mind-emancipation,
wisdom-emancipation,
here and now,
realizing it himself by knowledge;
attains emancipation eve in this life.

This then monks, is the first person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the ending of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

This one attains emancipation and death at the same time.

This then monks, is the second person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the ending of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He destroys the five lower fetters and becomes completely cool after an interval.

This then monks, is the third person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the ending of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool after lessening his period.

This then monks, is the fourth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the ending of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool without (karmic) residue.

This then monks, is the fifth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the ending of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool with some (karmic) residue.

This then monks, is the sixth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing the ending of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes part of the upward stream, bound for the highest.

This then monks, is the seventh person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

Monks, these are the seven.

 

§

 

Sutta 170:

Renunciation in Respect of Tastes

[170.1] 'Monks, there are these seven persons,
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

What seven?

Monks, herein a monk abides seeing renunciation of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He by destroying the cankers,
he enters and abides in the cankerless mind-emancipation,
wisdom-emancipation,
here and now,
realizing it himself by knowledge;
attains emancipation eve in this life.

This then monks, is the first person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing renunciation of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

This one attains emancipation and death at the same time.

This then monks, is the second person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing renunciation of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He destroys the five lower fetters and becomes completely cool after an interval.

This then monks, is the third person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing renunciation of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool after lessening his period.

This then monks, is the fourth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing renunciation of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool without (karmic) residue.

This then monks, is the fifth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing renunciation of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes completely cool with some (karmic) residue.

This then monks, is the sixth person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

 


 

Again, monks, a monk abides seeing renunciation of odours
conscious of it,
aware of it,
at all times,
continually,
without a break,
marking it mentally,
fathoming it by wisdom.

He becomes part of the upward stream, bound for the highest.

This then monks, is the seventh person
worthy of offerings,
worthy of gifts,
worthy of oblations,
the world's peerless field for merit.

Monks, these are the seven.

 


 

And following the above suttas as pattern, for:

[171] Impermanance in Respect of Tangibles
[172] Ill in Respect of Tangibles
[173] No Self in Respect of Tangibles
[174] Destruction in Respect of Tangibles
[175] Decay in Respect of Tangibles
[176] Dispassion in Respect of Tangibles
[177] Ending in Respect of Tangibles
[178] Renunciation in Respect of Tangibles

[179] Impermanance in Respect of Mental States
[180] Ill in Respect of Mental States
[181] No Self in Respect of Mental States
[182] Destruction in Respect of Mental States
[183] Decay in Respect of Mental States
[184] Dispassion in Respect of Mental States
[185] Ending in Respect of Mental States
[186] Renunciation in Respect of Mental States

[187] Impermanance in Respect of Visual Consciousness
[188] Ill in Respect of Visual Consciousness
[189] No Self in Respect of Visual Consciousness
[190] Destruction in Respect of Visual Consciousness
[191] Decay in Respect of Visual Consciousness
[192] Dispassion in Respect of Visual Consciousness
[193] Ending in Respect of Visual Consciousness
[194] Renunciation in Respect of Visual Consciousness

[195] Impermanance in Respect of Auditory Consciousness
[196] Ill in Respect of Auditory Consciousness
[197] No Self in Respect of Auditory Consciousness
[198] Destruction in Respect of Auditory Consciousness
[199] Decay in Respect of Auditory Consciousness
[200] Dispassion in Respect of Auditory Consciousness
[201] Ending in Respect of Auditory Consciousness
[202] Renunciation in Respect of Auditory Consciousness

[203] Impermanance in Respect of Olfactory Consciousness
[204] Ill in Respect of Olfactory Consciousness
[205] No Self in Respect of Olfactory Consciousness
[206] Destruction in Respect of Olfactory Consciousness
[207] Decay in Respect of Olfactory Consciousness
[208] Dispassion in Respect of Olfactory Consciousness
[209] Ending in Respect of Olfactory Consciousness
[210] Renunciation in Respect of Olfactory Consciousness

[211] Impermanance in Respect of Gustatory Consciousness
[212] Ill in Respect of Gustatory Consciousness
[213] No Self in Respect of Gustatory Consciousness
[214] Destruction in Respect of Gustatory Consciousness
[215] Decay in Respect of Gustatory Consciousness
[216] Dispassion in Respect of Gustatory Consciousness
[217] Ending in Respect of Gustatory Consciousness
[218] Renunciation in Respect of Gustatory Consciousness

[219] Impermanance in Respect of Tactile Consciousness
[220] Ill in Respect of Tactile Consciousness
[221] No Self in Respect of Tactile Consciousness
[222] Destruction in Respect of Tactile Consciousness
[223] Decay in Respect of Tactile Consciousness
[224] Dispassion in Respect of Tactile Consciousness
[225] Ending in Respect of Tactile Consciousness
[226] Renunciation in Respect of Tactile Consciousness

[227] Impermanance in Respect of Representative Cognition
[228] Ill in Respect of Representative Cognition
[229] No Self in Respect of Representative Cognition
[230] Destruction in Respect of Representative Cognition
[231] Decay in Respect of Representative Cognition
[232] Dispassion in Respect of Representative Cognition
[233] Ending in Respect of Representative Cognition
[234] Renunciation in Respect of Representative Cognition

[235] Impermanance in Respect of Visual Contact
[236] Ill in Respect of Visual Contact
[237] No Self in Respect of Visual Contact
[238] Destruction in Respect of Visual Contact
[239] Decay in Respect of Visual Contact
[240] Dispassion in Respect of Visual Contact
[241] Ending in Respect of Visual Contact
[242] Renunciation in Respect of Visual Contact

[243] Impermanance in Respect of Auditory Contact
[244] Ill in Respect of Auditory Contact
[245] No Self in Respect of Auditory Contact
[246] Destruction in Respect of Auditory Contact
[247] Decay in Respect of Auditory Contact
[248] Dispassion in Respect of Auditory Contact
[249] Ending in Respect of Auditory Contact
[250] Renunciation in Respect of Auditory Contact

[251] Impermanance in Respect of Olfactory Contact
[252] Ill in Respect of Olfactory Contact
[253] No Self in Respect of Olfactory Contact
[254] Destruction in Respect of Olfactory Contact
[255] Decay in Respect of Olfactory Contact
[256] Dispassion in Respect of Olfactory Contact
[257] Ending in Respect of Olfactory Contact
[258] Renunciation in Respect of Olfactory Contact

[259] Impermanance in Respect of Gustatory Contact
[260] Ill in Respect of Gustatory Contact
[261] No Self in Respect of Gustatory Contact
[262] Destruction in Respect of Gustatory Contact
[263] Decay in Respect of Gustatory Contact
[264] Dispassion in Respect of Gustatory Contact
[265] Ending in Respect of Gustatory Contact
[266] Renunciation in Respect of Gustatory Contact

[267] Impermanance in Respect of Tactile Contact
[268] Ill in Respect of Tactile Contact
[269] No Self in Respect of Tactile Contact
[270] Destruction in Respect of Tactile Contact
[271] Decay in Respect of Tactile Contact
[272] Dispassion in Respect of Tactile Contact
[273] Ending in Respect of Tactile Contact
[274] Renunciation in Respect of Tactile Contact

[275] Impermanance in Respect of Mental Contact
[276] Ill in Respect of Mental Contact
[277] No Self in Respect of Mental Contact
[278] Destruction in Respect of Mental Contact
[279] Decay in Respect of Mental Contact
[280] Dispassion in Respect of Mental Contact
[281] Ending in Respect of Mental Contact
[282] Renunciation in Respect of Mental Contact

[283] Impermanance in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Visual Contact
[284] Ill in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Visual Contact
[285] No Self in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Visual Contact
[286] Destruction in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Visual Contact
[287] Decay in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Visual Contact
[288] Dispassion in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Visual Contact
[289] Ending in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Visual Contact
[290] Renunciation in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Visual Contact

[291] Impermanance in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Auditory Contact
[292] Ill in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Auditory Contact
[293] No Self in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Auditory Contact
[294] Destruction in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Auditory Contact
[295] Decay in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Auditory Contact
[296] Dispassion in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Auditory Contact
[297] Ending in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Auditory Contact
[298] Renunciation in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Auditory Contact

[299] Impermanance in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[300] Ill in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[301] No Self in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[302] Destruction in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[303] Decay in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[304] Dispassion in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[305] Ending in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[306] Renunciation in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Olfactory Contact

[307] Impermanance in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[308] Ill in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[309] No Self in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[310] Destruction in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[311] Decay in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[312] Dispassion in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[313] Ending in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[314] Renunciation in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Gustatory Contact

[315] Impermanance in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Tactile Contact
[316] Ill in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Tactile Contact
[317] No Self in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Tactile Contact
[318] Destruction in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Tactile Contact
[319] Decay in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Tactile Contact
[320] Dispassion in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Tactile Contact
[321] Ending in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Tactile Contact
[322] Renunciation in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Tactile Contact

[323] Impermanance in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Mental Contact
[324] Ill in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Mental Contact
[325] No Self in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Mental Contact
[326] Destruction in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Mental Contact
[327] Decay in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Mental Contact
[328] Dispassion in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Mental Contact
[329] Ending in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Mental Contact
[330] Renunciation in Respect of Feelings Sprung from Mental Contact

[331] Impermanance in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Visual Contact
[332] Ill in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Visual Contact
[333] No Self in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Visual Contact
[334] Destruction in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Visual Contact
[335] Decay in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Visual Contact
[336] Dispassion in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Visual Contact
[337] Ending in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Visual Contact
[338] Renunciation in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Visual Contact

[339] Impermanance in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Auditory Contact
[340] Ill in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Auditory Contact
[341] No Self in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Auditory Contact
[342] Destruction in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Auditory Contact
[343] Decay in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Auditory Contact
[344] Dispassion in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Auditory Contact
[345] Ending in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Auditory Contact
[346] Renunciation in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Auditory Contact

[347] Impermanance in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[348] Ill in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[349] No Self in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[350] Destruction in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[351] Decay in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[352] Dispassion in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[353] Ending in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[354] Renunciation in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Olfactory Contact

[355] Impermanance in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[356] Ill in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[357] No Self in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[358] Destruction in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[359] Decay in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[360] Dispassion in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[361] Ending in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[362] Renunciation in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Gustatory Contact

[363] Impermanance in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Tactile Contact
[364] Ill in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Tactile Contact
[365] No Self in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Tactile Contact
[366] Destruction in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Tactile Contact
[367] Decay in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Tactile Contact
[368] Dispassion in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Tactile Contact
[369] Ending in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Tactile Contact
[370] Renunciation in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Tactile Contact

[371] Impermanance in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Mental Contact
[372] Ill in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Mental Contact
[373] No Self in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Mental Contact
[374] Destruction in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Mental Contact
[375] Decay in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Mental Contact
[376] Dispassion in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Mental Contact
[377] Ending in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Mental Contact
[378] Renunciation in Respect of Perceptions Sprung from Mental Contact

[379] Impermanance in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Visual Contact
[380] Ill in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Visual Contact
[381] No Self in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Visual Contact
[382] Destruction in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Visual Contact
[383] Decay in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Visual Contact
[384] Dispassion in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Visual Contact
[385] Ending in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Visual Contact
[386] Renunciation in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Visual Contact

[387] Impermanance in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Auditory Contact
[388] Ill in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Auditory Contact
[389] No Self in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Auditory Contact
[390] Destruction in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Auditory Contact
[391] Decay in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Auditory Contact
[392] Dispassion in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Auditory Contact
[393] Ending in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Auditory Contact
[394] Renunciation in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Auditory Contact

[395] Impermanance in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[396] Ill in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[397] No Self in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[398] Destruction in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[399] Decay in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[400] Dispassion in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[401] Ending in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[402] Renunciation in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Olfactory Contact

[403] Impermanance in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[404] Ill in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[405] No Self in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[406] Destruction in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[407] Decay in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[408] Dispassion in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[409] Ending in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[410] Renunciation in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Gustatory Contact

[411] Impermanance in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Tactile Contact
[412] Ill in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Tactile Contact
[413] No Self in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Tactile Contact
[414] Destruction in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Tactile Contact
[415] Decay in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Tactile Contact
[416] Dispassion in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Tactile Contact
[417] Ending in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Tactile Contact
[418] Renunciation in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Tactile Contact

[419] Impermanance in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Mental Contact
[420] Ill in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Mental Contact
[421] No Self in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Mental Contact
[422] Destruction in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Mental Contact
[423] Decay in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Mental Contact
[424] Dispassion in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Mental Contact
[425] Ending in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Mental Contact
[426] Renunciation in Respect of Intentions Sprung from Mental Contact

[427] Impermanance in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Visual Contact
[428] Ill in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Visual Contact
[429] No Self in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Visual Contact
[430] Destruction in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Visual Contact
[431] Decay in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Visual Contact
[432] Dispassion in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Visual Contact
[433] Ending in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Visual Contact
[434] Renunciation in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Visual Contact

[435] Impermanance in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Auditory Contact
[436] Ill in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Auditory Contact
[437] No Self in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Auditory Contact
[438] Destruction in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Auditory Contact
[439] Decay in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Auditory Contact
[440] Dispassion in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Auditory Contact
[441] Ending in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Auditory Contact
[442] Renunciation in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Auditory Contact

[443] Impermanance in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[444] Ill in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[445] No Self in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[446] Destruction in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[447] Decay in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[448] Dispassion in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[449] Ending in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[450] Renunciation in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Olfactory Contact

[451] Impermanance in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[452] Ill in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[453] No Self in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[454] Destruction in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[455] Decay in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[456] Dispassion in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[457] Ending in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[458] Renunciation in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Gustatory Contact

[459] Impermanance in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Tactile Contact
[460] Ill in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Tactile Contact
[461] No Self in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Tactile Contact
[462] Destruction in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Tactile Contact
[463] Decay in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Tactile Contact
[464] Dispassion in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Tactile Contact
[465] Ending in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Tactile Contact
[466] Renunciation in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Tactile Contact

[467] Impermanance in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Mental Contact
[468] Ill in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Mental Contact
[469] No Self in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Mental Contact
[470] Destruction in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Mental Contact
[471] Decay in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Mental Contact
[472] Dispassion in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Mental Contact
[473] Ending in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Mental Contact
[474] Renunciation in Respect of Cravings Sprung from Mental Contact

[475] Impermanance in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Visual Contact
[476] Ill in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Visual Contact
[477] No Self in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Visual Contact
[478] Destruction in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Visual Contact
[479] Decay in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Visual Contact
[480] Dispassion in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Visual Contact
[481] Ending in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Visual Contact
[482] Renunciation in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Visual Contact

[483] Impermanance in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Auditory Contact
[484] Ill in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Auditory Contact
[485] No Self in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Auditory Contact
[486] Destruction in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Auditory Contact
[487] Decay in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Auditory Contact
[488] Dispassion in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Auditory Contact
[489] Ending in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Auditory Contact
[490] Renunciation in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Auditory Contact

[491] Impermanance in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[492] Ill in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[493] No Self in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[494] Destruction in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[495] Decay in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[496] Dispassion in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[497] Ending in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[498] Renunciation in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Olfactory Contact

[499] Impermanance in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[500] Ill in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[501] No Self in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[502] Destruction in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[503] Decay in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[504] Dispassion in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[505] Ending in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[506] Renunciation in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Gustatory Contact

[507] Impermanance in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Tactile Contact
[508] Ill in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Tactile Contact
[509] No Self in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Tactile Contact
[510] Destruction in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Tactile Contact
[511] Decay in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Tactile Contact
[512] Dispassion in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Tactile Contact
[513] Ending in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Tactile Contact
[514] Renunciation in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Tactile Contact

[515] Impermanance in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Mental Contact
[516] Ill in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Mental Contact
[517] No Self in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Mental Contact
[518] Destruction in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Mental Contact
[519] Decay in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Mental Contact
[520] Dispassion in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Mental Contact
[521] Ending in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Mental Contact
[522] Renunciation in Respect of Reflections Sprung from Mental Contact

[523] Impermanance in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Visual Contact
[524] Ill in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Visual Contact
[525] No Self in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Visual Contact
[526] Destruction in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Visual Contact
[527] Decay in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Visual Contact
[528] Dispassion in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Visual Contact
[529] Ending in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Visual Contact
[530] Renunciation in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Visual Contact

[531] Impermanance in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Auditory Contact
[532] Ill in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Auditory Contact
[533] No Self in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Auditory Contact
[534] Destruction in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Auditory Contact
[535] Decay in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Auditory Contact
[536] Dispassion in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Auditory Contact
[537] Ending in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Auditory Contact
[538] Renunciation in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Auditory Contact

[539] Impermanance in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[540] Ill in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[541] No Self in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[542] Destruction in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[543] Decay in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[544] Dispassion in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[545] Ending in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Olfactory Contact
[546] Renunciation in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Olfactory Contact

[547] Impermanance in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[548] Ill in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[549] No Self in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[550] Destruction in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[551] Decay in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[552] Dispassion in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[553] Ending in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Gustatory Contact
[554] Renunciation in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Gustatory Contact

[555] Impermanance in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Tactile Contact
[556] Ill in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Tactile Contact
[557] No Self in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Tactile Contact
[558] Destruction in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Tactile Contact
[559] Decay in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Tactile Contact
[560] Dispassion in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Tactile Contact
[561] Ending in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Tactile Contact
[562] Renunciation in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Tactile Contact

[563] Impermanance in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Mental Contact
[564] Ill in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Mental Contact
[565] No Self in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Mental Contact
[566] Destruction in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Mental Contact
[567] Decay in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Mental Contact
[568] Dispassion in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Mental Contact
[569] Ending in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Mental Contact
[570] Renunciation in Respect of Deliberations Sprung from Mental Contact

[571] Impermanance in Respect of The Body Aggregate
[572] Ill in Respect of The Body Aggregate
[573] No Self in Respect of The Body Aggregate
[574] Destruction in Respect of The Body Aggregate
[575] Decay in Respect of The Body Aggregate
[576] Dispassion in Respect of The Body Aggregate
[577] Ending in Respect of The Body Aggregate
[578] Renunciation in Respect of The Body Aggregate

[579] Impermanance in Respect of The Feelings Aggregate
[580] Ill in Respect of The Feelings Aggregate
[581] No Self in Respect of The Feelings Aggregate
[582] Destruction in Respect of The Feelings Aggregate
[583] Decay in Respect of The Feelings Aggregate
[584] Dispassion in Respect of The Feelings Aggregate
[585] Ending in Respect of The Feelings Aggregate
[586] Renunciation in Respect of The Feelings Aggregate

[587] Impermanance in Respect of The Perceptions Aggregate
[588] Ill in Respect of The Perceptions Aggregate
[589] No Self in Respect of The Perceptions Aggregate
[590] Destruction in Respect of The Perceptions Aggregate
[591] Decay in Respect of The Perceptions Aggregate
[592] Dispassion in Respect of The Perceptions Aggregate
[593] Ending in Respect of The Perceptions Aggregate
[594] Renunciation in Respect of The Perceptions Aggregate

[595] Impermanance in Respect of The Syntheses Aggregate
[596] Ill in Respect of The Syntheses Aggregate
[597] No Self in Respect of The Syntheses Aggregate
[598] Destruction in Respect of The Syntheses Aggregate
[599] Decay in Respect of The Syntheses Aggregate
[600] Dispassion in Respect of The Syntheses Aggregate
[601] Ending in Respect of The Syntheses Aggregate
[602] Renunciation in Respect of The Syntheses Aggregate

[603] Impermanance in The Consciousness Aggregate
[604] Ill in The Consciousness Aggregate
[605] No Self in The Consciousness Aggregate
[606] Destruction in The Consciousness Aggregate
[607] Decay in The Consciousness Aggregate
[608] Dispassion in The Consciousness Aggregate
[609] Ending in The Consciousness Aggregate
[610] Renunciation in The Consciousness Aggregate


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