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Saɱyutta Nikāya:
III. Khandha Vagga:
22: Khandha Saɱyutta
4. Natumhāka Vagga

The Book of the Kindred Sayings
Part III: The Book Called The Khandhā-Vagga
Containing Kindred Saings
on the Elements of Sensory Existence
and Other Subjects
Chapter XXII: Kindred Sayings on Elements (Khandhā)
Section 4: On Not Yours

Sutta 39

Paṭhama Anudhamma Suttaɱ

Conforming to the Norm (1)

Translated by F. L. Woodward
Edited by Mrs. Rhys Davids

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[40] [36]

[1][than][olds][bodh] Thus have I heard:—

The Exalted One was staying at Sāvatthī.

The Exalted One said:

"Of that brother, brethren, who is versed in conformity to the Norm,[1]
this is the accordant practice:

He should abide in the utter disgust for body,
he should abide in the utter disgust for feeling,
he should abide in the utter disgust for perception,
he should abide in the utter disgust for the activities,
he should abide in the utter disgust for consciousness.

So abiding in the utter disgust for body,
in the utter disgust for feeling,
in the utter disgust for perception,
in the utter disgust for the activities,
in the utter disgust for consciousness,
he fully discerns body,
he fully discerns feeling,
he fully discerns perception,
he fully discerns the activities,
he fully discerns consciousness.

Fully discerning body,
fully discerning feeling,
fully discerning perception,
fully discerning the activities,
fully discerning consciousness;
he is released from body,
he is released from feeling,
he is released from perception,
he is released from activities,
he is released from consciousness,
he is released from rebirth,
old age and decay,
sorrow and grief,
from woe,
lamentation
and despair.

I declare him to be released from suffering."

 


[1] Anudhammo. Comy. Anuloma-dhammo, 'in accordance or in due order.' Cf. S. ii, 18; K.S. ii, 14


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