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Sa.myutta Nikaaya:
IV. Sa.laayatana Vagga
35: Sa.laayatana Sa.myutta
Pa~n~naasaka Dutiya
2. Migajaala Vagga

The Connected Discourses of the Buddha
IV. The Book of the Six Sense Bases
35: Connected Discourses on the Six Sense Bases
The Second Fifty
2. Migajaala

Suttas 65-68

Translated by Bhikkhu Bodhi

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Sutta 65

Samiddhi-Maara-Pa~nha Sutta.m

Samiddhi 1

[1][pts] On one occasion the Blessed One was dwelling at Raajagaha in the Bamboo Grove, the Squirrel Sanctuary.

Then the Venerable Samiddhi approached the Blessed One ... and said to him:

"Venerable sir, it is said, 'Maara, Maara.'

In what way, venerable sir, might there be Maaraor the description of Maara?"

"Where there is the eye, Samiddhi, where there are forms, [39] eye-consciousness, things to be cognized by eye-consciousness, there Maara exists or the description of Maara.

"Where there is the ear ... the mind, where there are mental phenomena, mind-consciousness, things to be cognized by mind-consciousness, there Maara exists or the description of Maara.

"Where there is no eye, Samiddhi, no forms, no eye-consciousness, no things to be cognized by eye-consciousness, there Maara does not exist nor any description of Maara.

"Where there is no ear ... no mind, no mental phenomena, no mind-consciousness, no things to be cognized by mind-consciousness, there Maara does not exist nor any description of Maara."

 


 

Sutta 66

Samiddhi-Satta-Pa~nha Sutta.m

Samiddhi 2

[1][pts] "Venerable sir, it is said,

'a being, a being.'

In what way, venerable sir, might there be a being or the description of a being?"

(The reply is as in the preceding sutta.)

 


 

Sutta 67

Samiddhi-Dukkha-Pa~nha Sutta.m

Samiddhi 3

[1][pts] "Venerable sir, it is said,

'suffering, suffering.'

In what way, venerable sir, might there be suffering or the description of suffering."...

 


 

Sutta 68

Samiddhi-Loka-Pa~nha Sutta.m

Samiddhi 4

[1][pts] "Venerable sir, it is said,

'the world, the world.'

In what way, venerable sir, might there be the world or the description of the world?"

"Where there is the eye, Samiddhi, where there are forms, eye-consciousness, things to be cognized by eye-consciousness, there the world exists or the description of the world.

"Where there is the ear ... [40] the mind, where there are mental phenomena, mind-consciousness, things to be cognized by mind-consciousness, there the world exists or the description of the world.

"Where there is no eye, Samiddhi, no forms, no eye-consciousness, no things to be cognized by eye-consciousness, there the world does not exist nor any description of the world.

"Where there is no ear ... no mind, no mental phenomena, no mind-consciousness, no things to be cognized by mind-consciousness, there the world does not exist nor any description of the world."

 


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