(A) Anguttara Nikaya [ongoing]

Sutta ref.SD No. Sutta title. [Theme]
A 1.2SD 16.3 Nivarana Pahana Vagga. The 5 mental hindrances: their causes and ending.
A 1.6.1-2SD 8.3 (6) Pabhassara Sutta. The radiant nature of the mind.
A 1.6.1-10SD 2.13 Acchara Sanghata Vagga. Lovingkindness; moral conduct; diligence.
A 1.16SD 24.8 (2.3) (Ekadhamma Anussati Sutta). The 10 meditations that bring mental oneness.
A 1.18.3SD 27.1 (M 56.4n) Micchaditthi Sutta. Attachment to wrong view if greatly blameworthy.
A 1.19SD 57.8 Apamattaka Vagga. On the rarity of good rebirths.
A 2.1.1-10*** Kamma,karana Vagga. The importance of spiritual effort.
A 2.3.1SD 58.4 Dve Balapandita Sutta. The wise is amenable.
A 2.3.5-6SD 2.6b Neyyattha Nitattha Sutta. Two types of religious language.
A 2.3.10SD 3.2 Samatha Vipassana Sutta: See under Essays.
A 2.4.2SD 90.1 Matapitu Sutta. 2 persons not easy to be repaid.
A 2.4.6*** Sama,citta Sutta. Rebirth of the learners.
A 2.5.6*** (Patipuccha) Parisa Sutta. Training in questioning, avoiding vain talk.
A 2.7-9SD 2.5 Kanha Sutta, Sukka Sutta & Cariya Sutta. The 2 bright states that are world-protectors.
A 2.7.1*** Gihipabbajja Sukha Sutta. The happiness of the householder and the renunciant.
A 2.7.2*** Kamanekkhamma Sukha Sutta. The happiness of sensuality and of renunciation.
A 2.7.3*** Upadhinirupadhi Sukha Sutta. The happiness of acquisition and of non-acquisition.
A 2.7.4*** Asavânasava Sukha Sutta. The happiness of influxes and of the influx-free.
A 2.7.5*** Samisa,niramisa Sukha Sutta. Material happiness and spiritual happiness.
A 2.7.6*** Ariyânariya Sukha Sutta. Noble happiness and ignoble happiness.
A 2.7.7*** Kayikacetasika Sukha Sutta. Happiness of body and happiness of mind.
A 2.7.8*** Sappitika Nippitika Sukha Sutta. The zestful happiness and the zest-free happiness.
A 2.7.9*** Sata,upekkha Sukha Sutta. The happiness of pleasure and of equanimity.
A 2.7.10*** Samadhi Asamadhi Sukha Sutta. Happiness of concentration & non-con­cen­tration.
A 2.7.11*** Sappitikarammana Nippitikarammana Sukha Sutta. The happiness of a zestful object and of a zest-free object.
A 2.7.12*** Satarammana Upekkharammana Sukha Sutta. The happiness of a pleasurable object and of an equanimous object.
A 2.7.13SD 24.15 Rupâruparammana Sukha Sutta. Two kinds of happiness..
A 2.8SD 2.5 Sukka Sutta. The two world-protectors.
A 2.8.1SD 24.19 Sanimitta Sutta. The signless wards off unwholesome thoughts.
A 2.9SD 2.5 Cariya Sutta. The two world-protectors.
A 2.39SD 47.7 Cora Raja Sutta. Good monks and bad monks affect one another.
A 3.15SD 17.7 (Pacetana) Rathakara Sutta. The nature of abhisankhara.
A 3.18SD 54.14 (Tika) Deva Sutta. The purpose of the holy life is not heavenly rebirth.
A 3.19SD 37.2a Papanika Sutta 1. The conditions for wealth to arise.
A 3.20SD 37.2b Papanika Sutta 2. How to be rich and happy.
A 3.29SD 76.3 Cankama Sutta. The benefits of walking meditation.
A 3.31SD 90.2 Sabrahmaka Sutta. Our parents are our creators.
A 3.32aSD 31.8a (Anusaya) Ananda Sutta. Possibility of overcoming I-making.
A 3.32bSD 31.8b (Anusaya) Sariputta Sutta. Overcoming I-making.
A 3.33SD 4.14 (Kamma) Nidana Sutta. The seed-like nature of karma.
A 3.34SD 4.8 Hatthaka Alavaka Sutta. The bases of solidarity; true happiness.
A 3.35SD 48.10 (Yama) Devaduta Sutta. The 3 realities of sentient existence.
A 3.38SD 5.16 (19d) Sukhumala Sutta. The three intoxications (youth, health and life).
A 3.38SD 63.7 Sukhumala Sutta. The three intoxications (youth, health and life).
A 3.39SD 42.13 Mada Sutta. The 3 kinds of intoxication.
A 3.40SD 27.3 Adhipateyya Sutta. On the true priorities that bring liberation.
A 3.40SD 3.14 (14) Adhipateyya Sutta. The Buddha and the devas know our deeds.
A 3.40SD 19.13 (2) Adhipateyya Sutta. (Closing verse.)
A 3.53SD 15.8a (Sanditthika Dhamma) Brahmana Sutta. The nature of the Dharma.
A 3.54SD 15.8b Paribbajaka Brahmana Sutta. The purpose of the Dharma.
A 3.55SD 50.6(Tika) Nibbana Sutta. Nirvana as a personal experience
A 3.57SD 22.12 (Dana) Vacchagotta Sutta. Benefits of giving to those freed from mental hindrances.
A 3.58*** Tikanna Sutta. The one with the three true knowledges.
A 3.59*** (Tevijja) Janussoni Sutta. The one with the three true knowledges.
A 3.60SD 16.10 (Patihariya) Sangarava Sutta. The greatest miracle is education.
A 3.61SD 6.8 Tittayatana Sutta. The three wrong views regarding karma.
A 3.63SD 21.1 Venagapura Sutta. The Buddha’s qualities and virtues.
A 3.65SD 35.4a SD 35.4b Kesaputtiya Sutta, Kalama Sutta or Kesamuttiya(ya) Sutta. True religious worth and spiritual assurance.Kesaputtiya Sutta & MA 16. Comparative translation of Kesaputtiya Sutta (A 3.65) and Chinese Kalama Sutra (MA 16/T1n26.438b14)
A 3.66SD 43.6 Salha Sutta. The possibility of overcoming greed, hate and delusion.
A 3.67SD 46.11 Kathavatthu Sutta. Answering questions and qualities of a true Dharma speaker.
A 3.68SD 16.4 (Akusalamula) Aññatitthiya Sutta. The nature of the 3 unwholesome roots.
A 3.69SD 18.2 Mula Sutta. The roots of moral actions.
A 3.70SD 4.18 (Tad-ah’) Uposatha Sutta. Types of precept days or sabbaths.
A 3.71SD 18.10 Channa Paribbajaka Sutta. On overcoming the 3unwholesome roots.
A 3.74*** Nigantha Sutta.
A 3.76-77SD 23.13 Bhava Sutta 1-2. Karma. rebirth and existence.
A 3.80SD 53.1 (Ananda) Abhibhu Sutta. On parallel universes and Ananda’s surety of liberation.
A 3.81SD 24.10b (Gadrabha) Samana Sutta. Spiritual learning and growth through spiritual training.
A 3.85SD 3.3 (2) (Sekha) Uddesa Sutta. The three trainings and 4 kinds of saints. See Essays.
A 3.88SD 24.10c (Ti) Sikkha Sutta. The training of moral virtue, of mental concentration and of wisdom
A 3.89SD 47.17Sikkhattaya Sutta 2. The 3  trainings: moral virtue, mental concentration and wisdom (with verses).
A 3.90SD 47.18 Pankadha Sutta. All monastics should desire the 3 trainings.
A 3.91SD 47.13 Accayika Sutta. The urgency of the 3 trainings..
A 3.92SD 44.2 Paviveka Sutta. The nature of true spiritual solitude.
A 3.99SD 3.5 Lonaphala Sutta. How Dharma practice can limit bad karma.
A 3.100aSD 19.11 Pamsudhovaka Sutta. Refining our meditation practice.
A 3.100bSD 19.12 Nimitta Sutta. Samadhi, effort and equanimity.
A 3.101SD 14.6 (Assada) Pubbe Sambodha Sutta. The world can never satisfy us completely..
A 3.101SD 13.1 (4.2d) The Satipatt­­hana Suttas. Introduction. Pubba Sutta.
A 3.102SD 14.7 (Loka) Assada Sutta. Escape from suffering is possible.
A 3.103SD 37.3 Runna Sutta. The way  of the world is not for monastics.
A 3.105SD 48.8 Kutagara Sutta 1 or Akkhita Sutta. The mind affects all our actions.
A 3.106SD 48.8 Kutagara Sutta 2 or Vyapanna Sutta. The mind affects all our actions.
A 3.114SD 57.15(Tika) Anenja Sutta. Even the high gods can still fall into the suffering states
A 3.115*** (Sikkha) Vipatti Sutta. On fulfilling the training.
A 3.116*** (Kamma) Vipatti Sutta.
A 3.123SD 11.10 Gotamaka Cetiya Sutta. Conclusion to the Mulapariyaya Sutta.
A 3.128SD 19.4 (Arahatta) Anuruddha Sutta. Anuruddha’s awakening.
A 3.134SD 26.8 Dhammaniyama Sutta or Uppada Sutta. The characteristics of impermanence, suffering and not-self.
A 4.10SD 4.20 (Abbha) Upakkilesa Sutta. Accepting money is an impurity for a monastic.
A 4.11SD 57.34(Catukka) Cara Sutta. Being spiritually diligent in every posture
A 4.14SD 10.2 (Catu) Padhana Sutta. The four right efforts or the dynamics of spiritual growth.
A 4.20SD 89.10 Bhattuddesaka Sutta. Freedom from the 4 biases.
A 4.21SD 12.3 Uruvela Sutta 1. Even the Buddha respects the Dharma. = S 6.2.
A 4.22*** Uruvela Sutta 2.
A 4.23SD 15.7 (2.1.2) (Tathâgata) Loka Sutta. The qualities of the Tathagata.
A 4.24SD 62.2 Kalakarama Sutta.
A 4.25SD ** ***.
A 4.26SD 54.13(2.3) Kuha Sutta. The false religious life.
A 4.27SD 59.16Santutthi Sutta. True renunciants live very simple lives.
A 4.33SD 42.15 (Catukka) Siha Sutta. Even the gods fear impermanence.
A 4.34*** Agga-p,pasada Sutta.
A 4.35*** Vassa,kara Sutta.
A 4.36SD 36.13 (Pada) Dona Sutta. The Buddha is one of a kind.
A 4.37*** Aparihana Sutta.
A 4.39*** Ujjaya Sutta.
A 4.41SD 24.1 Samadhibhavana Sutta. The discourse on the cultivation of Samadhi.
A 4.42SD 46.12 Pañha Vyakarana Sutta. The 4 ways of answering a question.
A 4.44*** ***
A 4.45SD 7.2 Rohitassa Sutta. The end of the world cannot be reached by going.
A 4.48SD 58.3 Visakha Sutta. Excellence in oration.
A 4.49SD 16.11 Vipallasa Sutta. Perverted perceptions, thoughts, and views.
A 4.51SD 59.9The Abhisanda Suttas. The 4 simple joys of the awakened.
A 4.52SD 59.9The Abhisanda Suttas. The 4 joys of the streamwinner in this life itself.
A 4.53*** Samvasa Sutta 2. Types of marriages.
A 4.54SD 64.11 Samvasa Sutta 2.The ideal couple.
A 4.55SD 5.1 Samajivi Sutta 1. Living as ideal loving partners here and hereafter.
A 4.57SD 22.13 Suppavasa Sutta. Four blessings from giving food.
A 4.61SD 37.12 Patta Kamma Sutta. How to enjoy the benefits of both worlds.
A 4.62SD 2.2 Anana Sutta or Ananya Sutta. The true benefits of Worldly happiness.
A 4.65SD 3.14 Rupa Sutta. The four measures of charisma.
A 4.77SD 27.5a (5.5.2) Acinteyya Sutta. The four unfathomable things.
A 4.85SD 18.6 (S 3.21) (Sankhitta) Puggala Sutta. Two kinds of decline & two kinds of progress.
A 4.87SD 20.13 Samanamacala Sutta 1. Four types of saints in terms of meditation attainment.
A 4.88SD 20.14 Samanamacala Sutta 2. Four types of noble saints according to fetters broken.
A 4.92SD 14.12 Thanani Sutta. How to truly know a person’s character.
A 4.94SD 41.3(Catukka) Samadhi Sutta 3. 4 ways of meditating for awakening
A 4.95SD 64.5 Chavâlata Sutta. The one who benefits himself and others is the foremost.
A 4.96SD 64.6 Atta,hita Sutta 1. Restraining from the three unwholesome roots.
A 4.97SD 64.7 Atta,hita Sutta 2. Personal and social benefits of spiritual learning.
A 4.98SD 64.8 Atta,hita Sutta 3. Four kinds of persons in terms of benefit (summary)
A 4.99SD 64.9 Atta,hita Sutta 4 or Atta,hita Sikkhapada Sutta. Friendship and moral virtue.
A 4.111SD 15.7 (3.6) Kesi Sutta. How the Buddha trains his disciples. Parable of the horse trainer.
A 4.111SD 51.3 Kesi Sutta. How the Buddha trains his disciples. Parable of the horse trainer.
A 4.118*** Samvega Sutta.
A 4.122SD 47.9 Umi Bhaya Sutta. How renunciation can fail.
A 4.123SD 23.8a (Nanakarana) Puggala Sutta 1. Even gods go to hell; rebirth according to dhyana.
A 4.124SD 23.8b (Nanakarana) Puggala Sutta 2. Becoming a non-returner through dhyana.
A 4.125SD 33.9 (Nanakarana) Metta Sutta 1. Using the divine abodes to attain spiritual liberation.
A 4.126SD 33.10 (Nanakarana) Metta Sutta 2. Using the divine abodes to attain non-return.
A 4.127SD 36.15 (Tathagata) Acchariya Sutta 1 . 4 marvels attending the Buddha’s advent & Buddhist development..
A 4.128SD 21.11 Acchariya Sutta 2 (Tathagata). Four marvels associated with the Buddha’s arising.
A 4.129*** Acchariya Sutta 3 (Cakkavatti).
A 4.139SD 46.10 (Catukka) Dhammakathika Sutta. The 4 kinds of Dharma speakers and their respective audiences.
A 4.143SD 3.13 (3.3) Ugghatitaññu Sutta. The four types of unawakened learners.
A 4.157.1SD 5.4 (5) Roga Sutta (excerpt). Two kinds of illnesses: physical and mental.
A 4.157.1*** Roga Sutta. Two kinds of illnesses: physical and mental.
A 4.157.2*** Pabbajitassa Roga. The four diseases of the renunciant.
A 4.159SD 10.14 (Tanha) Bhikkhuni Sutta. Overcoming lust: fighting poison with poison.
A 4.160SD 6.7 Sugata Vinaya Sutta. 4 reasons for the disappearance of the Dharma.
A 4.161SD 18.7 (Sankhittta) Patipada Sutta. The 4 modes of spiritual progress (in brief).
A 4.162SD 18.3 (Vitthara) Patipada Sutta. Spiritual progress by way of the five faculties..
A 4.163*** (Asubha) Patipada Sutta. The 4 modes of progress in terms of foulness contemplation.
A 4.164*** (Khama) Patipada Sutta. The 4 modes of progress in terms of patience (internal).
A 4.165*** (Khama) Patipada Sutta. The 4 modes of progress in terms of patience (external).
A 4.166*** Patipada Sutta. The 4 modes of progress in terms
A 4.167SD 46.16 Sariputta Moggallana Sutta 1. Moggallana’s mode of progress.
A 4.168SD 46.17 Sariputta Moggallana Sutta 2. Sariputta’s mode of progress.
A 4.169*** (Sasankhara) Patipada Sutta. The 4 modes of progress in terms of effort and time.
A 4.170SD 41.5 (Yuganaddha) Patipada Sutta. The 4 modes of progress in terms of samatha and vipassana.
A 4.171*** Sañcetana Sutta. Karma: how it arises and ceases.
A 4.171SD 31.2 Sañcetana Sutta (to Ananda): embedded in S 12.25 (Kammavada) Bhumija Sutta.
A 4.173SD 28.4 (4.5) (Sariputta) Patisambhida Sutta. Sariputta’s four analytic skills.
A 4.174*** (Cha Phassayatana) Kotthita Sutta. Proliferation through contact.
A 4.174aSD 57.36(Catukka) Kotthita Sutta. The ending of the bases for contact cannot be predicated
A 4.174bSD 57.37(Catukka) Ananda Sutta. The ending of the bases for contact is nirvana
A 4.177*** (Dhatu) Rahula Sutta.
A 4.180SD 3.1 (Mahâpadesa Sutta). The 4 great references. See under Essays.
A 4.184SD 14.8 (Catukka) Abhaya Sutta. Overcoming the fear of death.
A 4.187SD 45.6 (Sappurisâsappurisa) Vassakara Sutta. Who can really know others?
A 4.190SD 15.10b (Sangha) Uposatha Sutta. The spiritual benefits of being a noble disciple.
A 4.192SD 14.12 Thanani Sutta. How to truly know a person’s character.
A 4.193SD 45.8 (Licchavi) Bhaddiya Sutta. True conversion is personal transformation and spiritual awakening.
A 4.194SD 56.6 SamugiyaSutta.
A 4.196*** *** Sutta. ***
A 4.198SD 56.7 Attantapa Sutta. Practice that harms neither self or others.
A 4.199SD 16.2 (Vicarita) Tanha Sutta. The 108 thought-courses motivated by craving.
A 4.201SD 47.3b (Sappurisa) Sikkhapada Sutta. Moral virtue is the basis of Buddhist training.
A 4.232SD 4.13 (Vitthara) Kamma Sutta. Four types of karma in terms of their quality and result.
A 4.233*** Sikha Moggallana Sutta.
A 4.240SD 23.7 (3) Sappurisanimsamsa Sutta. The benefits from a true individual.
A 4.240SD 30.10 (3.2) Sappurisanimsamsa Sutta. The benefits of a true individual.
A 4.255SD 37.10 (Ciratthita) Kula Sutta. Four things that make a wealthy family stand long.
A 5.2SD 12.10 Pañca Sekhabala Sutta. Qualities leading to arhathood.
A 5.17*** Hita Sutta 1.
A 5.18*** Hita Sutta 2.
A 5.19*** Hita Sutta 3.
A 5.20*** Hita Sutta 4.
A 5.23*** Upakkilesa Sutta.
A 5.24SD 59.14ab(Pancaka) Dussila Sutta
(Pancaka) Sila Sutta
. Moral virtue is the proximate condition for right concentration; Buddhist aesthetics.
A 5.25SD 41.11Anuggahita Sutta. Conditions for the arising of right view
A 5.26SD 3.2 Vimuttayatana Sutta. Opportunities to enter the path. See under Essays.
A 5.26SD 21.5 Vimuttayatana Sutta. Can spiritual freedom be won other than through meditation?
A 5.28*** Pañcangika Sutta.
A 5.31SD 22.14 Sumana Rajakumari Sutta. The levels of benefits for a giver.
A 5.32*** Cundi Sutta.
A 5.33*** (Vitthara) Kilesa Sutta. The five mental hindrances. See S 46.33.
A 5.34SD 45.2 (Pancaka Danaphala) Siha Sutta. The fruit of giving visible in this life.
A 5.36SD 22.15 Sappurisa Dana Sutta. The five occasions for giving.
A 5.39SD 4.1 (1.3) Thana Putta Sutta. Why parents wish for a son.
A 5.41SD 2.1 Adiya Sutta. The best benefits of wealth.
A 5.43SD 47.2 (Pañcaka) Ittha Sutta. Success does not come through prayer or wishing.
A 5.44SD *** ***
A 5.45SD 59.9The Abhisanda Suttas. The 5 simple joys of the awakened.
A 5.48SD 42.1 Alabbhaniya Thana Sutta. 5 kinds of true reality that we must all face.
A 5.49SD 42.14 (Mallika Kalakata) Kosala Sutta. Impermanence, death, and success in life.
A 5.51SD 32.3 Avarana Sutta. The 5 hindrances are like mountain streams.
A 5.54SD 51.15 Samayasamaya Sutta. The best conditions for spiritual striving.
A 5.55*** Mata,putta Sutta.
A 5.56SD 3.2 (5.2) Vimuttayatana Sutta. Dharma-inspired joy as the basis for liberation.
A 5.57SD 5.12 (Abhinha,paccavekkhitabba) Thana Sutta. Five regular reflections for spiritual development.
A 5.63SD 3.4 (3) (Savaka) Vaddhi Sutta. The fivefold growth of a male noble disciple.
A 5.64SD 3.4 (4) (Savika) Vaddhi Sutta 2.The fivefold growth of a female noble disciple.
A 5.68*** Dutiya Iddhi,pada Sutta.
A 5.73SD 44.4 Dhammavihari Sutta 1. The Dharma is experienced with inner calm.
A 5.74SD 44.5 Dhammavihari Sutta 2. We must understand the Dharma’s meaning with wisdom.
A 5.76*** Yodhajiva Sutta.
A 5.77*** Anagata,bhaya Sutta 1. On the urgency of spiritual attainment.
A 5.77SD 1.10 (3.1) Anagata,bhaya Sutta 1 (excerpt). On the urgency of spiritual attainment.
A 5.78*** Anagata,bhaya Sutta 2. On the urgency of spiritual practice.
A 5.78SD 1.10 (3.2) Anagata,bhaya Sutta 2 (excerpt). On the urgency of spiritual practice.
A 5.79*** Anagata,bhaya Sutta 3. On the decline of the monastic order.
A 5.79SD 1.10 (3.3) Anagata,bhaya Sutta 3 (excerpt) . On the decline of the monastic order.
A 5.80*** Anagata,bhaya Sutta 4. On the growing materialisn in the monastic order.
A 5.80SD 1.10 (3.4) Anagatabhaya Sutta 4 (excerpt). On the growing materialisn in the monastic order.
A 5.88SD 40a.16 (Ahita) Thera Sutta. Even famous teachers can have wrong views.
A 5.89*** Sekha Sutta 1.
A 5.90*** Sekha Sutta 2.
A 5.93SD 4.1 Thana Putta Sutta. Reasons parents have for having a son.
A 5.97*** (Anapana,sati) Katha Sutta.
A 5.100SD 54.9 Kakudha Thera Sutta.
A 5.101SD 28.9a (3.1) Sarajja Sutta. The five qualities bringing intrepidity to a learner,
A 5.105SD 47.12 Phasuvihara Sutta. Harmony in the sangha.
A 5.106*** Asekha Sutta.
A 5.109*** Catu-d,disa Sutta.
A 5.110*** Arañña Sutta.
A 5.140*** Sota Sutta.
A 5.144SD 2.12 Tikandaki Sutta. Dealing with thoughts of the attractive and of the repulsive.
A 5.145SD 59.5(Pancaka) Niraya Sutta. Moral virtue defines our karma
A 5.148SD 22.15 Sappurisa Dana Sutta. True giving, wealth and their benefits.
A 5.151-153SD 4.2-4.4 Sammatta Niyama Suttas. How to prepare yourself for spiritual liberation.
A 5.159SD 46.1 (Dhamma Desaka) Udayi Sutta . How to teach the Dharma.
A 5.161SD 12.23 Aghatapa­ivinaya Sutta 1. Anger management.
A 5.162SD 39.6 Aghata Pativinaya Sutta 2 . Anger management & karma.
A 5.166SD 47.15 (Pancaka) Nirodha Sutta or (Sariputta) Nirodha Sutta. How a quarrelsome monk should be dealt with.
A 5.174SD 6.4 Bhaya Vera Sutta. Disadvantages of breaking the five Precepts.
A 5.176SD 19.8 (Anathapindika) Piti Sutta. Lay followers, too, should go into solitary retreat.
A 5.179SD 22.12 Gihi Sutta. [See A 3.57 = SD 22.12]
A 5.180SD 47.16Gavesi Sutta Keeping the precepts leads to spiritual fulfillment.
A 5.191*** Sunakha Sutta.
A 5.192SD 36.14Dona Brahmana Sutta. Five types of brahmins and 5 types of monastics.
A 5.193*** (Manta) Sangarava Sutta.
A 5.199SD 26.13 Tanha Jalini Sutta. How craving manifests itself in 36 ways.
A 5.200SD 55.17(Pancaka) Nissaraniya Sutta. The 5 elements of spiritual freedom
A 5.202SD 3.2 Dhammassavanna Sutta. See under Essays.
A 5.211SD 46.21(1) (Pancaka) Akkosaka Sutta. The disadvantages of reviling and abusing in the sangha.
A 5.225*** Kul’upaka Sutta 1. The 5 disavantages of a monk frequenting houses.
A 5.226*** Kul’upaka Sutta 2. The 5 dangers of a monk frequenting houses.
A 5.250SD 3.14 Puggalappasada Sutta. Dangers of wrong devotion.
A 6.7*** Chalanga Dana Sutta. The six-factored giving.
A 6.8SD 14.14 (4.2.1) Anuttariya Sutta 1. The six unsurpassables (in brief).
A 6.9SD 24.8 (2.2) (Sankhitta) Anussati Sutta. The 6 inspiring meditations that help the faith-inclined to gain access concentration. Explained in detail at A 6.25.
A 6.10SD 15.3 (Agataphala) Mahanama Sutta. The six recollections of the saints.
A 6.13SD 60.2 (Nissarana) Metta Sutta.
A 6.16SD 5.2 Nakulapitu Sutta. How a wise, loving wife counsels a dying husband.
A 6.19SD 48.11 (Chakka) Maranassati Sutta 1. The meditation on death should be done with every breath.
A 6.20SD 48.12 (Chakka) Maranassati Sutta 2. Mindfulness of death night and day facilitates awakening.
A 6.24SD 41.14Himavanta Sutta. Meditative attainment is able to shatter mountains
A 6.25*** (Vitthara) Anussati Sutta. The 6 inspiring meditations that help the faith-inclined to gain access concentration. Summarized as A 6.9.
A 6.26SD 13.1 (5C.2) Sambadhokasa Sutta. The Satipa­­tthana Suttas. The mind and the wholesome roots.
A 6.26SD 15.6 Sambadhokasa Sutta. How to awaken as a lay follower.
A 6.29SD 24.8 (Anussatitthana) Udayi Sutta. The six bases of recollection.
A 6.30SD 14.15 Anuttariya Sutta 2. Six supreme qualities conducive to awakening.
A 6.35SD 23.16(1.2) Vijjabhagiya Dhamma Sutta. The 6 things conducive to true knowledge.
A 6.36SD 47.14 (Chakka) Vivadamula Sutta. 6 conditions that promote discord.
A 6.37SD 22.1 (Sumana) Dana Sutta. How to give with wholesome intentions.
A 6.38SD 7.6 Attakari Sutta. Is there free will?
A 6.41SD 17.2a (7.2) (Sariputta) Darukkhandha Sutta. Interbeing of the four elements.
A 6.42*** Nagita Sutta.
A 6.43*** *** Sutta.
A 6.44SD 3.2 Migasala Sutta: Measure not others. See under Essays.
A 6.44SD 3.14 (Migasala Sutta). Measure not others.
A 6.45SD 37.5 Ina Sutta. Karma is like debts and interests.
A 6.46SD 4.6 (Dullabha) Maha Cunda Sutta. Fellowship between scholars and medi­ta­tors.
A 8.19SD 45.18Paharada Sutta. 8 wonderful qualities of the Dharma-Vinaya.
A 8.20SD 59.2a(Atthaka) Uposatha Sutta. The parable of the great ocean
A 8.48SD 5.3 Nakulamata Sutta. On how women can be reborn among the gods.
A 6.49SD 19.2b Khema Sumana Sutta. The arhat has no notion of status.
A 6.53*** (Paribhasaka) Dhammika Sutta.
A 6.54*** (Akkosaka) Dhammika Sutta.
A 6.55SD 20.12 Sona (Kolivisa) Sutta. How to balance our spiritual practice.
A 6.56SD 23.4 (Gilana) Phagguna Sutta. Benefits of knowing the Dharma at the time of dying.
A 6.57SD 23.5 Chalabhijati Sutta. We can rise above our own karma.
A 6.58SD 61.1 Asava Sutta.
A 6.60SD 51.3 Citta Hatthi,sariputta Sutta.
A 6.61*** Parayana Sutta.
A 6.62SD 61.5 Puris’indriya,ñana Sutta. The Buddha’s power of mind-reading.
A 6.63SD 6.11 Nibbedhika Pariyaya Sutta. The noble truths as the path to spiritual insight and freedom.
A 6.***** ***
A 6.71*** Sakkhi,bhabba Sutta.
A 6.72SD 41.15(Samadhi) Bala Sutta. How to strengthen our meditation
A 6.88SD 48.5 Sussusa Sutta. How to benefit from the Dharma with certainty.
A 6.93SD 12.14 Kiñci Sankhara Sutta. Things that one of right view would never do.
A 6.97SD  3.3 (Sotapanna) Anisamsa Sutta. The 6 benefits of streamwinning.
A 6.98SD 12.13 (Chakka) Anicca Sutta. How to be certain of the right path to liberation.
A 6.102*** (Anisamsa) Anicca Sañña Sutta. Six advantages of perception of impermanence.
A 6.104SD 19.13 (3) Atammaya Sutta. Six advantages of the perception of not-self.
A 6.105SD 57.24(Chakka) Bhava Sutta. Growing space in the samsaric crowd
A 6.107SD 4.14 (1) Tidhamma Pahaniya Sutta. The 3 unwholesome roots are to be abandoned.
A 6.117SD 13.1 (5) The Satipa­­tthana Suttas. Introduction. Kayânupassa Sutta.
A 6.118SD 13.1 (5) The Satipa­­tthana Suttas. Introduction. Dhammânupassa Sutta.
A 6.121SD 14.14 (4.2.2) (Raga) Anuttariya Sutta. Six factors for the direct knowing of lust.
A 7.5SD 37.6 Ariya Dhana Sutta 1. The seven spiritual treasures: virtues of great assistance. (A 7.5-6 = SD 37.6)
A 7.6SD 37.6 Ariya Dhana Sutta 2. The seven spiritual treasures: virtues of great assistance. (A 7.5-6 = SD 37.6)
A 7.11*** Anusaya Sutta.
A 7.12*** Anusaya Sutta.
A 7.15SD 28.6 Udakûpama Sutta. The levels of spiritual commitment and attainment
A 7.18SD 19.9 Niddasavatthu Sutta. The complete spiritual training in seven stages.
A 7.33*** Aparihanaya Dhamma Sutta 1.
A 7.34*** Aparihanaya Dhamma Sutta 2.
A 7.35SD 64.3 Piya Mitta Sutta 1. Seven qualities of a worthy friend.
A 7.36SD 64.4 Piya Mitta Sutta 2. Seven qualities of a worthy friend.
A 7.38SD 41.16Vasa Sutta. The sevenfold mastery in meditation
A 7.39SD 19.10 (Sariputta) Niddasa,vatthu Sutta. The complete spiritual training.
A 7.41SD 57.17(Sattaka) Vinnanatthiti Sutta. The various kinds of existence that consciousness assumes
A 7.43SD 3.16(2.1) (Satta) Aggi Sutta. The seven fires.
A 7.44SD 3.16 (Uggatasarira) Aggi Sutta. The 3 wholesome fires.
A 7.46SD 15.4 (Vitthara) Satta Sanna Sutta. Seven meditation methods leading to the Deathfree.
A 7.47SD 21.9Methuna Sutta. The 7 bonds of sexuality.
A 7.48SD 8.7Sannoga Sutta. On sexuality and individuation.
A 7.49SD 2.3Dana Mahapphala Sutta. On the best motivation for giving.
A 7.53SD 54.5(Brahma) Tissa Sutta. The knowledge of the gods are limited.
A 7.54SD 22.16Dana Siha Sutta. The visible fruits of giving & general S?ha’s lion roar [previously SD 45.3]
A 7.58SD 4.11Pacala Sutta. Eight ways of overcoming drowsiness.
A 7.58aSD 2.11a(Sattaka) Metta Sutta or (Punna) Metta Sutta. The spiritual benefit of lovingkindness.
A 7.59SD 90.3Bhariya Sutta. Seven kinds of wives.
A 7.60***Kodhana Sutta. [see SD 31.5 Intro]
A 7.62SD 47.8Satta Suriya Sutta. The end of the universe and its significance.
A 7.64SD 30.10Dhammaññu Sutta. The qualities of the true individual.
A 7.65***Paricchatakupama Sutta.
A 7.67SD 15.2Bhavana Sutta. How to meditate. = Vasijata Sutta (S 22.101)
A 7.68***Aggi-k,khandhûpama Sutta.
A 7.70SD 16.17Araka Sutta. Life is short: it’s time to awaken.
A 8.1SD 30.6Attha Mettanisamsa Sutta. The 8 benefits of lovingkindness cultivation.
A 8.2SD 44.13(Atthaka) Panna Sutta. 8 ways conducive to the arising of wisdom.
A 8.3SD******
A 8.4SD ******
A 8.5SD 42.2Lokadhamma Sutta 1. The 4 pairs of uncertainties in life (in brief).
A 8.6SD 42.3Lokadhamma Sutta 2. The 4 pairs of uncertainties in life (detailed).
A 8.8***Uttara Sutta. ***
A 8.9***Nanda Sutta. ***
A 8.11******
A 8.12SD 71.5(Licchavi) Siha Sutta. The conversion of general S?ha.
A 8.14SD 7.9(Atthaka) Khalunka Sutta. Psychological defence mechanisms.
A 8.16SD 46.7Duta Sutta. The qualities of a messenger or counsellor.
A 8.20SD 59.2(Samudda) Uposatha Sutta 1. The parable of the great ocean. = U5.5.
A 8.21SD 70.3(Vesalika) Ugga Sutta. ***
A 8.22***(Hatthi,gamaka) Ugga Sutta. ***
A 8.25SD 6.3(Upasaka) Mahanama Sutta. What makes a true lay follower?
A 8.26***(Upasaka) Jivaka Sutta.
A 8.30SD 19.5Anuruddha Mahavitakka Sutta. The joy of the spiritual life.
A 8.31-33SD 6.6(Attha) Dana Sutta (SD 6.6a). On the motives behind giving. (A 8.31-33 = SD 6.6)
A 8.32SD 6.6bDana Sutta 2. Faith, moral shame, generosity. (A 8.31-33 = SD 6.6)
A 8.33SD 6.6cDana Vatthu Sutta. The motives behind giving. (A 8.31-33 = SD 6.6)
A 8.35SD 23.12Danûpapatti Sutta. The morally virtuous who give can choose their rebirth.
A 8.36SD 22.17Puññakiriyavatthu Sutta. Benefits of practicing giving,moral virtue and meditation
A 8.37SD 23.7(3.1) (Sankhitta) Sappurisadana Sutta. The giving of a true individual (in brief).
A 8.37***(Sankhitta) Sappurisa,dana Sutta. The giving of a true individual (in brief).
A 8.38SD 23.7(3.1) Sappurisa Sutta. The qualities of the true lay individual.
A 8.38SD 30.10(3.2) Sappurisa Sutta. The true individual benefits everyone.
A 8.39SD 59.9The Abhisanda Suttas. The joy of the 3 jewels and the 5 precepts.
A 8.40SD 6.5Sabbalahusa Sutta. The result of breaking the precepts.
A 8.54SD 5.10Dighajanu Sutta or Vyagghapajja Sutta. The layman’s welfare.
A 8.59 & A 8.60SD 15.10a(1) & (2)Attha Puggala Sutta 1 & 2. Recollection of the 9 virtues of the noble sangha; 8 kinds of Noble individuals.
A 8.62SD 46.5(Atthaka) Alam Sutta. The qualities of a Dharma worker.
A 8.63SD 46.6Sankhitta (Desita) Dhamma Sutta. The disciples’s training (in brief).
A 8.64***Gaya Sutta. The Bodhisattva’s vision of light.
A 8.70***Bhumi,cala Sutta. ***
A 8.73SD 48.5 (Atthaka) Maranasati Sutta 1. The meditation  of death should be done with every breath.
A 8.74SD 48.6 (Atthaka) Maranasati Sutta 2. Mindfulness of death day and night facilitates awakening.
A 8.82SD 57.22(Atthaka) Punniya Sutta. How to grow in true discipleship
A 8.83SD 32.10Kim Mulaka Sutta. The nature of all things in brief.
A 8.86***Yasa Sutta.
A 8.87SD 59.15Patta Nikujjana Sutta. How to discipline the laity who unjustly wrong the sangha.
A 9.1**Sambodha,pakkhika Dhamma Sutta. ***
A 9.3 ~ U 4.1SD 34.2Meghiya Sutta. Spiritual friendship conduces to mental development.
A 9.4***Nandaka Sutta. ***
A 9.5SD 2.21(Sangaha) Bala Sutta. How to free oneself from 5 common fears.
A 9.11SD 28.2aVuttha Vassavasa Sutta or Vuttha Sutta or Nada Sutta or Sihanada Sutta . On humility in spiritual friendship.
A 9.12SD 3.3(3)Saupadisesa Sutta. The 9 types of sekha saints. See under Essays, SD 3.3(3).
A 9.13***(Kamma) Maha Kotthita Sutta. The reward of the holy life is not good karma, but liberation.
A 9.14SD 57.20a(Navaka) Samiddhi Sutta. The nature of all things (Sariputta)
A 9.15SD 29.15Ganda Sutta. The nine bodily openings.
A 9.17SD 37.11(Navaka Upagantabba) Kula Sutta. Nine conditions when a family may be approached.
A 9.18SD 59.4Navanguposatha Sutta. Lovingkindness empowers moral virtue
A 9.19SD 57.14(Navaka) Devata Sutta. The 9 steps of discipleship
A 9.20SD 16.6Velama Sutta. On right giving and the highest thought.
A 9.23SD 59.12Tanha Mulaka Sutta. Dependent arising of social conflicts.
A 9.24SD 57.18(Navaka) Sattavasa Sutta. The various kinds of existence that rebirth takes
A 9.34SD 55.1(Sariputta) Nibbana Sutta. Nirvana is happiness beyond feeling.
A 9.35SD 24.3Pabbateyya Gavi Sutta or Gavi Upama Sutta. How to progress into the dhyanas.
A 9.36SD 33.8(Asava-k,khaya) Jhana Sutta. The dhyanas leading to spiritual liberation.
A 9.38SD 35.2Lokayatika Brahmana Sutta. The world’s end cannot be reached by going.
A 9.42SD 33.2(Pañcala,canda) Sambadha Sutta. The Buddha is the discoverer of dhyana.
A 9.64SD 41.13(Satipatthana) Nivarana Sutta. The 5 hindrances are abandoned by the 4 satipatthanas
A 9.68SD 2.20Panca Gati Sutta. The 5 realms of sentient existence.
A 10.2SD 41.6(Dasaka) Cetanakaraniya Sutta. Spirituality arises naturally with moral virtue.
A 10.29SD 16.15Kosala Sutta 1. Even the best or highest, except nirvana, is impermanent.
A 10.30***Kosala Sutta 2. ***
A 10.48SD 48.9Pabbajita Abhinha Sutta. The 10 regular practices of a renunciant.
A 10.51SD 5.13(Sattha) Sacitta Sutta. On self-review.
A 10.55SD 43.5Parihana Sutta. Learning the Dharma for self-mastery..
A 10.58SD 57.20bBhagava Mulaka Sutta. The nature of all things (the Buddha)
A 10.60SD 19.16Girimananda Sutta. The 10 meditations for the sick.
A 10.61SD 31.10(Ahara) Avijja Sutta. Conditions giving rise to ignorance and to liberation.
A 10.62SD 31.11(Ahara) Tanha Sutta. Conditions giving rise to craving and to liberation.
A 10.63SD 3.3(1.2)Nittha Sutta. Five kinds of saints. See under Essays.
A 10.67***Nalaka,pana Sutta 1. ***
A 10.68***Nalaka,pana Sutta 2. ***
A 10.76SD 2.4(Abhabba) Tayodhamma Sutta. Why and how to practise the spiritual life.
A 10.78***(Asaddhamma) Nigantha Sutta. ***
A 10.83SD 57.23(Dasaka) Punniya Sutta. How to grow in true discipleship as a Dharma teacher
A 10.86SD 12.15Aññâdhikarana Sutta. Mere book learning does not lead to liberation.
A 10.87SD ******
A 10.88SD 46.21(2)(Dasaka) Akkosaka Sutta. The disadvantages of reviling one another in the sangha.
A 10.92SD 3.3 (4.2)(Dasaka) Bhaya Sutta. The 4 limbs of a streamwinner.
A 10.93***(Anathapindika) Ditthi Sutta.
A 10.99SD 30.9(Dasaka) Upali Sutta. Upali is advised not to live the solitary forest life.
A 10.117SD 18.7(8.2) (Kammapatha) Sangarava Sutta. The river-banks as the courses of action.
A 10.169SD 18.7(8.2) (Magga) Sangarava Sutta. The river-banks as the eightfold path.
A 10.174SD 15.11(1) Kamma Nidana Sutta. The negative root causes of karma.
A 10.174SD 18.8(Akusala) Kamma Nidana Sutta. The negative root causes of karma.
A 10.175***Cunda (Kammara,puta) Sutta.
A 10.176SD 59.10(Dasaka) Cunda Sutta. Neither rituals nor vows will purify our karma.
A 10.177SD 2.6a(Dasaka) Janussoni Sutta. Who can benefit from dedication of merits?
A 10.200SD 57.29Nirayasagga Sutta 1. Bad karma creates hell, good karma heaven
A 10.201SD 57.30Nirayasagga Sutta 2. Bad karma creates hell, good karma heaven
A 10.202SD 57.31Matugama Sutta. Karma that brings hell, karma that brings heaven, for a woman
A 10.203SD 57.32Upasika Sutta. Karma that brings hell, karma that brings heaven, for a laywoman follower
A 10.204SD 57.33Visarada Sutta. In a woman, lack of moral courage is unwholesome; moral courage is wholesome
A 10.205SD 39.7Samsappaniya Pariyaya Sutta. We are our karma.
A 10.206SD 3.9Sancetanika Sutta. How karma is forestalled and destroyed. = A 10.207.
A 10.207SD 3.9Sancetanika Sutta 2 = A 10.206. [same as the above sutta]
A 10.208SD 2.10Karajakaya Brahmavihara Sutta. How lovingkindness limits karma and cultivates divinity in us.
A 11.6SD 46.22(Ekadasaka) Vyasana Sutta. The losses from reviling one another in the sangha.
A 11.10***Saddha Sutta.
A 11.11***Moranivapa Sutta.
A 11.15***Subhuti Sutta.
A 11.16SD 2.15(Ekadasa) Mettanisamsa Sutta. The 11 benefits of cultivating loving-kindness.
A 11.17SD 41.2Dasama Gahapati Sutta = Atthaka,nagara Sutta (M 52).
A 11.18***Gopalaka Sutta.