(S) Samyutta Nikaya [ongoing]

The Connected Collection (2889 suttas)


Sutta No.Traditional listingSD No.       Sutta title | Theme
S 1.9S 20.15(See 4.4 = S 15-16) Mana,kama Sutta. Giving up conceit (personality complexes).
S 1.20S 21.4(Devata) Samiddhi Sutta. The Dharma is right here and now.
S 1.26S 36.7Pajjota Sutta. The source of light and heat.
S 1.31S 34.15Sabbhi Sutta. Associating with the good.
S 1.33S 22.10cSadhu Sutta. The benefits of giving.
S 1.34S 42.6Na Santi Sutta. Suffering is rooted in lust.
S 1.38S 61.4Sakalika Sutta.
S 1.41S 2.8(Agara) Aditta Sutta. On having the right priorities in life.
S 1.42S 2.9Kimdada Sutta. On the best gifts.
S 1.46S 54.11Acchara Sutta. The vehicle to nirvana.
S 2.4S 36.8Magadha Sutta. The source light and heat.
S 2.7S 33.1b(2.1)(Gatha) Pancalacanda Sutta. The Buddha is the discoverer of dhyana.
S 2.25S 54.13Jantu Sutta. The gods know about the bad monks.
S 2.26S 7.2Rohitassa Sutta. The world’s end cannot be reached by going. (= A 4.45)
S 2.29S 86.8(Sariputta) Susama Sutta.
S 3.1S 42.11Dahara Sutta. Do not look down upon the young.
S 3.2S 18.2(3)Purisa (Mula) Sutta. The 3 roots of suffering in a person.
S 3.3S 42.12(Raja) Jara Marana Sutta. Even the most powerful must die.
S 3.4S 38.8(Pasenadi) Piya Sutta. How to love ourself.
S 3.5S 38.9Atta Rakkhita Sutta. The best protection is self-protection.
S 3.8S = U 5.1SD 38.7(Piya) Mallika Sutta. As we love ourself, so do others love themselves.
S 3.9S 22.11(Pasenadi) Yanna Sutta. The better sacrifice.
S 3.11S 14.11(Satta) Jatila Sutta. How to recognize an arhat. Espionage in early Buddhist India.
S 3.12S 61.6Sambahula (Bhikkhu) Sutta. Mara works to hinder renunciation.
S 3.13S 37.13Donapaka Sutta. Rajah Pasenadi overcomes gluttony.
S 3.18S 34.3Kalyanamitta Appamada Sutta. The Buddha as a spiritual friend.
S 3.19S 22.4Aputtaka Sutta 1. Wealth is meant to be enjoyed.
S 3.20S 22.5Aputtaka Sutta 2. Wealth is no assurance of happiness.
S 3.21S 18.6(Tamojoti) Puggala Sutta. Two kinds of declines and two kinds of progress.
S 3.24S 44.18Issattha Sutta. When giving brings great fruit (detailed)
S 3.25S ***Pabbatupama Sutta.
S 4.3S 36.3Subha Sutta. Restraint of body, speech and mind keeps Mara away.
S 4.5S 11.2(11)(Mara) Pasa Sutta 2. The first spreading of the Dharma.
S 4.6S ******Sutta. 
S 4.7S 32.13Suppati Sutta. The wise deserve their rest.
S 4.13S 61.7Sakalika Sutta 2. The Buddha sleeps happily.
S 4.14S 61.9Patirupa Sutta.
S 4.19S 43.9Kassaka Sutta. Mara as our senses.
S 4.22S 36.11(Mara) Samiddhi Sutta. Mara is overcome by knowledge.
S 4.24S 36.5Satta Vassa Sutta. Mara is unable to find a single weakness in the Buddha.
S 4.25S 36.6Mara Dhitu Sutta. The Buddha is not affected by negative past memories.
S 5.2S ***Soma Sutta.
S 5.3S 43.2Kisa Gotami. An early case of a psychological defence of denial.
S 6.1S 12.2Ayacana Sutta. Brahma invites the Buddha to teach the Dharma.
S 6.2S 12.3Garava Sutta. Even the Teacher respects the Teaching. = A 4.21.
S 6.3S 12.4Brahmadeva Sutta. The High God does not need any offering.
S 6.4S 11.6Brahma Baka Sutta. A High God has wrong view.
S 6.5S SD 54.18(Apara Ditthi) Annatara Brahma Sutta. The Buddha corrects Brahma’s wrong view.
S 6.12S 46.23(Sahampati) Devadatta Sutta. Honour destroys a false person.
S 6.13S *****
S 6.14S 54.17Arunavati Sutta. Buddha Dhamma spreads beyond time and space.
S 7.1S 45.5Dhananjani Sutta. Killing what benefits us?
S 7.8S 22.9Aggika Bharadvaja Sutta. The true fire burns brightly within.
S 7.9S 22.3Sundarika Sutta. Who is truly worthy of offerings?
S 7.11S 69.6Kasi Bharadvaja Sutta.  = Sn 1.4.
S 7.12S 16.13Udaya Sutta. The repetitive cycle of life.
S 7.18S ***Katthahara Sutta.
S 7.21S 79.3(Suddhika) Sangarava Sutta.
S 8.4S 16.12(Vangisa) Ananda Sutta. How to overcome lust.
S 8.5S ***(Subhasita) Vangisa Sutta.
S ***S ***SD ****** Sutta.
S 9.3S 47.21(Cheta) Kassapa,gotta Sutta or Cheta Sutta. Even when no one heeds the Dharma, we should keep to our own practice.
S 9.13S 54.13(4)Pakatindriya Sutta. The false religious life.
S 11.3S 15.5Dhajagga Sutta. The recollections of the Three Jewels.
S 11.9S 54.21Isayo Arannaka Sutta. Sakra’s respect for holy men.
S 11.11S 54.12Vatapada Sutta. Sakra’s 7 vows.
S 11.12S 54.19Sakkanama Sutta. On Sakra’s 7 names and 7 vows.
S 11.16S 22.7Yajamana Sutta. Even material giving is fruitful.
S 11.22S 54.16Dubbanniya Sutta. The anger eating-demon..
S 12.1S 59.17(Nidana) Desana Sutta. Dependent arising.
S 12.2S 5.15(Paticcasamuppada) Vibhanga Sutta. Definition of the 12 links.
S 12.10S 14.3Maha Sakyamuni Gotama Sutta. How the Buddha awakened.
S 12.10S 14.4(Comparative study) S 12.10, its Sanskrit version & S 12.65.
S 12.11S ***Ahara Sutta.
S 12.12S 20.5Moliya Phagguna Sutta. There is no self behind our mental processes.
S 12.15S 6.13Kacca(ya)nagotta Sutta. On what really is the middle way.
S 12.16S 46.18(Nibbida) Dhammakathika Sutta. The one true purpose of teaching Dharma.
S 12.17S 18.5Acela Kassapa Sutta 1. True nature of action and the middle way. Cf S 41.9.
S 12.19S 21.2Balena Pandita Sutta. Proof for the three-life dependent arising.
S 12.20S 39.5(Jati) Paccaya Sutta. Dependent arising as the natural order of things.
S 12.23S 6.12Upanisa Sutta. The mundane and supermundane dependent arisings.
S 12.25S 31.2(Kammavada) Bhumija Sutta. Not all karmas are consciously done.
S 12.27S***Paccaya Sutta.
S 12.37S 5.14(Kaya) Na Tumha Sutta. The basics of dependent arising.
S 12.38S 7.6aCetana Sutta 1. Karma still works without intention.
S 12.39S 7.6bCetana Sutta 2. Latent tendencies lead to rebirth.
S 12.40S 7.6cCetana Sutta 3. How we form our personal habits.
S 12.41S 3.3(4.2) Pañca Verabhaya Sutta. The qualities of a streamwinner. See under Essays.
S 12.41S ***Pañca Vera,bhaya Sutta. The qualities of a streamwinner.
S 12.42S 59.18Panca Vera Bhaya Sutta 2. The 4 limbs of a streamwinner.
S 12.43S ***(Samudayatthangama) Dukkha Sutta. How the senses condition consciousness.
S 12.44S 7.5(Samudayatthangama) Loka Sutta. The dependent arising of the world.
S 12.48S 17.15Lokayatika Sutta. The middle way between extreme views.
S 12.51S 11.5Parivimamsana Sutta. How dependent arising leads to Nirvana.
S 12.60S ***Nidana Sutta.
S 12.61S 20.2Assutava Sutta 1. Impermanence of the mind, dependent arising and nibbida.
S 12.62S 20.3Assutava Sutta 2. Understanding feelings leads to nibbida.
S 12.63S 20.6Puttamamsa Sutta. The true nature of food.
S 12.64S 26.10Atthiraga Sutta. The nature of the arhat’s consciousness.
S 12.65S 14.2Nagara Sutta. How the Buddha awakens: the parable of the city.
S 12.65S 14.4S 12.10, its Sanskrit version & S 12.65. Comparative study.
S 12.67S ***Nala,kalapi Sutta.
S 12.68S SD ***(Musila) Kosambi Sutta. The five doubtworthy points.
S 12.70S 16.8(Arahatta) Susima Sutta. Attaining arhathood through insight.
S 14.1S 29.9Dhatunanatta Sutta. The components of our beings.
S 14.7S 17.5Sañña Nanatta Sutta. How we interpret our sense-experiences.
S 14.11S 74.14Satta Dhatu Sutta.
S 14.12S 29.8Sanidana Sutta. Wrong thoughts are conditioned.
S 14.15S 34.6Cankamana Sutta. In friendship, like tends to attract like.
S 14.31S 29.17(Dhatu) Pubbe Sambodha Sutta. The Buddha’s reflection on the elements.
S 14.37S 29.12(Dhatu) Samanabrahmana Sutta 1. Gratification, danger and escape regarding the elements.
S 14.38S 29.13(Dhatu) Samanabrahmana Sutta 2. Arising, passing away, gratification, danger and escape regarding the elements.
S 14.39S 23.4.10SD 29.14(Dhatu) Samanabrahmana Sutta 3. The elements and the 4 noble truths.
S 15.3S 10.6(3.1) Assu Sutta. The endless cycle of samsara.
S 15.3S 16.13Assu Sutta. The true nature of cyclic life.
S 15.10S 57.19a(Anamatagga) Puggala Sutta. Truly seeing the noble truths awakens us
S 15.13S 48.3Timsa Bhikkhu Sutta. A good word for the wise is sufficient.
S 15.14S 57.2Matu Sutta. Rebirth and relationships: we have been mothers to others before.
S 15.15S 57.3Pita Sutta. Rebirth and relationships: we have been fathers to others before.
S 15.16S 57.4Bhata Sutta. Rebirth and relationships: we have been brothers to others before.
S 15.17S 57.5Bhagini Sutta. Rebirth and relationships: we have been wives to others before.
S 15.18S 57.6Putta Sutta. Rebirth and relationships: we have been sons to others before.
S 15.19S 57.7Dhita Sutta. Rebirth and relationships: we have been daughters to others before.
S 15.20S 49.7Vepulla Pabbata Sutta. Human life is very short.
S 16.3S 38.2Candupama Sutta. How to teach the Dharma.
S 16.8S 1.10(4)(Kassapa) Ovada Sutta 3. The Buddha’s prophecy to Maha Kassapa.
S 16.8S 3.14(9)Ovada Sutta 3. The Buddha’s prophecy to Maha Kassapa.
S 16.9S ***Jhanâbhiñña Sutta.
S 16.10S ***Upassaya Sutta.
S 16.11S 77.5Civara Sutta. Maha Kassapa becomes a Dharma-heir.
S 16.12S ***Param Marana Sutta.
S 17.23S ***Eka,putta Sutta.
S 17.31S 26.24Bhindi Sutta or Chindi Sutta
S 17.35S 22.6aPakkanta Sutta. Even in gain, the evil decline.
S 17.36S 22.6bPañcarathasata Sutta. Even in gain, the evil decline.
S 18.21S 19.2a(7.4) Manânusaya Sutta. How to overcome conceit.
S 20.2S 57.21(Opamma) Nakhasikha Sutta. Rare is human birth
S 20.4S 2.14Okkha Sutta. Lovingkindness yield great benefit than generosity.
S 20.7S 11.13Ani Sutta. How to prevent the disappearance of the Dharma.
S 21.1S 24.12bKolita Sutta. Moggallana and the noble silence.
S 21.2S 42.4Upatissa Sutta. Sariputta’s perception of the Buddha.
S 21.3S 64.4Ghata Sutta. The spiritual friendship of Sariputta and Moggallana.
S 21.4S ***Navaka Bhikkhu Sutta.  Also: Nava Sutta.
S 21.12S 42.4Upatissa Sutta. Sariputta’s perception of the Buddha.
S 22.1S 5.4Nakulapita Sutta. Although my body is sick, my mind will not be sick.
S 22.2S 46.2(Pacchabhumagamika) Devadaha Sutta. How to teach the Dharma to others.
S 22.3S 10.12Haliddakani Sutta 1. On true renunciation.
S 22.4S ***Haliddakani Sutta 2.
S 22.5S 7.16(Upadana) Samadhi Sutta. The 5 aggregates and suffering over many lives.
S 22.6S 48.13(Khandha) Patisallana Sutta. Understanding the 5 aggregates with a free mind ends suffering.
S 22.7S ******
S 22.8S *** ***
S 22.9S *** ***
S 22.10S *** ***
S 22.11S *** ***
S 22.13S *** ***
S 22.22S 17.14Bhara Sutta. There is no “person” in the aggregates.
S 22.24S 17.1bAbhijana Sutta. The five aggregates have to be directly known.
S 22.25S***Udana Sutta.
S 22.35S 31.4Aññatara Bhikkhu Sutta 1. We are our latent tendencies.
S 22.36S 31.14Aññatara Bhikkhu Sutta 2. We are measured by our latent tendencies.
S 22.38S
SD 33.12
Annathatta Ananda Sutta 2. The aspects of impermanence
S 22.47S 26.12Samanupassana Sutta. Looking into the true nature of things.
S 22.48S 17.1a(Dve) Khandha Sutta. The physical and mental limits of our being.
S 22.49S 31.13(Mana) Sona Sutta. On the three conceits.
S 22.51S 12.9a(Khandhanupassana) Nandikkhaya Sutta. Mental liberation through reflecting the aggregates as impermanent.
S 22.52S 12.9b(Khandha Manasikara) Nandikkhaya Sutta. Mental liberation through wisely considering the aggregates.
S 22.53S 29.4Upaya Sutta. Letting go of the 5 aggregates.
S 22.54S 8.3(9) Bija Sutta. How consciousness grows and proliferates.
S 22.55S 17.16Udana Sutta. Consciousness works with the aggregates.
S 22.56S 3.7(Upadana) Parivatta Sutta. An examination of the five aggregates within this life.
S 22.57S 29.2Sattatthana Sutta. A synchronic view of the aggregates.
S 22.58S 49.10Sambuddha Sutta. The difference between the Buddha and the arhat. 
S 22.59S 1.2Anatta Lakkhana Sutta. The 3 characteristics and the 5 aggregates and nonself = V 1:13 f.
S 22.60S ***Mahali Sutta.
S 22.61S 17.10(Khandha) Aditta Sutta. The aggregates burn with pain.
S 22.62S 68.1Nirutti,patha Sutta.
S 22.64S 26.10Atthiraga Sutta.
S 22.71S 19.2a(7) Radha Sutta. Radha arhathood & how conceit is overcome.
S 22.72S 19.2a(7) Suradha Sutta. Suradha’s arhathood & how conceit is overcome.
S 22.76S 26.7Pathama Arahata Sutta. How arhats arise.
S 22.77S 42.9Arahata Sutta 2. The 3 characteristics of the 5 aggregates..
S 22.78S 42.10(Anicca) Siha Sutta. Even the gods fear impermanence. = A 4.33
S 22.79S 17.9Khajjaniya Sutta. Understanding the aggregates leads to liberation.
S 22.80S 28.9aPindolya Sutta. The true purpose of the spiritual life.
S 22.81S 6.1Parileyya Sutta. How to immediately destroy the mental defilements.
S 22.82 S 17.11Maha Punnama Sutta. The 5 aggregates, clinging, personality view and not-self. = M 109.
S 22.83S***(Punna) Ananda Sutta. How Ananda attained streamwinning.
S 22.84S 32.12Thinamiddha Tissa Sutta. Drowsiness can be overcome through insight.
S 22.85S 21.12Yamaka Sutta. Theaggregates and the arhat’s indefinable state.
S 22.86S 21.13Khandha Anuradha Sutta. The nature of the liberated saint.
S 22.87S 8.8Vakkali Sutta. Sexuality, suicide and sainthood.
S 22.88S 42.8Assaji Sutta. What to do if we cannot attain concentration.
S 22.89S 14.13Khemaka Sutta. Overcoming self-notions.
S 22.90 S 56.5(Dvilakkhana) Channa Sutta. The difficult elder Channa realizes the Dharma.
S 22.91S ***(Mana) Rahula Sutta 1. How conceit is overcome.
S 22.92S ***(Mana) Rahula Sutta 2. How conceit is overcome.
S 22.94S ***Puppha Sutta.
S 22.95S 17.12Phenapinda Sutta. The true nature of the aggregates.
S 22.99S 28.7aGaddulabaddha Sutta 1. Dealing with the five aggregates
S 22.100S 28.7bGaddulabaddha Sutta 2. Dealing with the five aggregates.
S 22.101S 15.2Vasijata Sutta or Nava Bhavana Sutta. How to meditate. = Bhavana Sutta (A 7.67)
S 22.102S 12.12Anicca Sanna Sutta. The primacy of reflecting on impermanence.
S 22.103S 14.1Anta Sutta. “Self-identity” in the light of the four noble truths.
S 22.109S ***(Khandha) Sotapanna Sutta. On the streamwinner (regarding the aggregates).
S 22.117S 43.7Bandhana Sutta. The self-view hold one in bondage.
S 22.122S 47.4(Khandha) Silavanta Sutta. Reflecting on the aggregates leads to liberation.
S 22.123S SD 47.5(Khandha) Sutavanta Sutta. Reflecting on the aggregates leads to liberation.
S 22.126S 12.5Samudayadhamma Sutta 1. Reflection on impermanence of the five aggregates.
S 22.153S 53.11Miccha Ditthi Sutta; Micchaditthi Pahana Sutta. Wrong view is the grasping of views; overcoming wrong views.
S 22.154S 53.12Sakkayaditthi Sutta; Sakkayaditthi Pahana Sutta. Self-identity view is the grasping of craving; overcoming self-identity view.
S 22.155S 53.13Attanuditthi Sutta; Attanuditthi Pahana Sutta. Self-view is the grasping of conceit; the 6 senses are non-self.
S 23.7S***(Radha) Sotapanna Sutta. On the streamwinner (to Radha).
S 24.3S***Atta Loko Sutta.
S 24.5S***N’atthi Sutta.
S 24.6S 23.10Karota Sutta. How the doctrine of non-action arises.
S 24.7S 23.6Hetu Sutta. How the wrong view of non-causality arises.
S 24.8S***Maha Ditthi Sutta.
S 25.1S 16.7(Anicca) Cakkhu Sutta. How to reach the path in this life itself.
S 25.5S 17.3(4.5a) (Anicca) Vedana Sutta. How perception of impermanence brings awakening.
S 25.6S 17.4(10) (Anicca) Sañña Sutta. Perception of impermanence and awakening (embedded).
S 34.1S 41.12Samadhi Samapatti Sutta. 4 types of meditators in terms of theory and practice
S 34.2S 41.17Samadhi Mulaka Thiti Sutta. We need to learn to remain for a proper duration in mental stillness
S 34.3S 41.18Samadhi Mulaka Vutthana Sutta. Emerging from samadhi at the right time is a wholesome skill
S 34.4S 41.19Samadhi Mulaka Kallita Sutta. We need to keep ourselves fit for meditation
S 34.5S 41.20Samadhi Mulaka Arammana Sutta. The right concentration-subject brings about samadhi
S 34.6S 41.21Samadhi Mulaka Gocara Sutta. Knowing the resort for samadhi improves our meditation
S 34.7S 41.22Samadhi Mulaka Abhinihara Sutta. Knowng samadhi and proper personal resolution for samadhi
S 34.8S 41.23Samadhi Mulaka Sakkaccakari Sutta. Samadhi practised with care brings it to success
S 34.9S 41.24Samadhi Mulaka Sataccakari Sutta. Commitment to samadhi assures the success of our meditation
S 34.10S 41.25Samadhi Mulaka Sappayakari Sutta. The suitability of samadhi guarantees the success of our meditation
S 35.13S 14.9Pubbe Sambodha Sutta 1. The sense-faculties can never satisfy one completely.
S 35.14S 14.10Pubbe Sambodha Sutta 2. The sense-objects can never satisfy one completely.
S 35.23S 7.1Sabba Sutta. The 12 sense-bases & the Buddhist theory of everything.
S 35.28S 1.3Aditta Pariyaya Sutta. Everything is burning with greed, hate and delusion.
S 35.30S***Saruppa Sutta.
S 35.31S***Sappaya S 1.
S 35.32S***Sappaya S 2.
S 35.58S***Anusaya Sutta 1. How latent tendencies are abandoned.
S 35.59S***Anusaya Sutta 2. How latent tendencies are uprooted.
S 35.60S 6.17(Sabbupadana) Pariñña Sutta. Overcoming clinging through understanding the sense-experience
S 35.68S 20.11Catuttha Samiddhi Sutta or Samiddhi Sutta 4. Our senses are the world.
S 35.69S 71.6Upasena Sutta. Upasena’s passing away.
S 35.70S***Upavana Sutta. The virtues of the Dharma explained.
S 35.74S 70.8Gilana Sutta 1.
S 35.75S***Gilana Sutta 2.
S 35.79S 12.6Avijja Sutta 1. How true knowledge arises.
S 35.80S 16.9Avijja Pahana Sutta 2. How to let go of “all things”
S 35.81S***Sambahula Bhikkhu Sutta.
S 35.82S 7.3(Lujjati) Loka Sutta. The world is constantly breaking up.
S 35.83S***(Atita,buddha) Phagguna Sutta.
S 35.87S 11.12Channovada Sutta. Suicide and Buddhism. = M 144.
S 35.90S 29.10Eja Sutta 1. Not conceiving the sense in any way (abridged).
S 35.91S 29.11Eja Sutta 2. Not conceiving the sense in any way (in full).
S 35.92S 57.38Dvaya Sutta 1. The sense-faculties and their respective objects
S 35.93S 57.39Dvaya Sutta 2. The 5 aggregates and the 6 sense-bases
S 35.95S 5.9(Arahatta) Malunkyaputta Sutta. Minding the mind: Malunkyaputta goes into retreat and awakens.
S 35.97S 47.6Pamada Vihari Sutta. The dangers of negligence; the benefits of diligence.
S 35.103S ***Uddaka Sutta.
S 35.116S 7.4Lokanta Gamana Sutta 1. How the world will really end.
S 35.120S ***Sariputta Sutta.
S 35.127S 27.6a(2.4) Pindola Bharadvaja Sutta. Pindola teaches Udena to overcome sensual lust.
S 35.132S 60.5(Maha Kaccana) Lohicca Sutta. Recalling goodness in the past.
S 35.133S 46.14Verahaccani Sutta. The proper way to teach the Dharma.
S 35.134S ***(Sekha) Deva,daha Sutta. The learners still have to develop spiritually.
S 35.146S 4.12(Nava Purana) Kamma Sutta. Karma in the light of the four noble truths.
S 35.152S ***Kim Atthiya Sutta.
S 35.153S ***Atthi Nu Kho Pariyaya Sutta. The five doubtworthy points.
S 35.155S 12.7(Ajjhatta) Nandikkhaya Sutta. Mental liberation through reflecting on the senses as impermanent.
S 35.156S 12.8(Bahiddha) Nandikkhaya Sutta. Mental liberation through reflecting on the sense-objects as impermanent
S 35.162S ***(Anicca) Kotthita Sutta.
S 35.163S ***(Dukkha) Kotthita Sutta.
S 35.164S 53.11Miccha Ditthi Sutta; Micchaditthi Pahana Sutta. Wrong view is the grasping of views; overcoming wrong views.
S 35.165S 53.12Sakkayaditthi Sutta; Sakkayaditthi Pahana Sutta. Self-identity view is the grasping of craving; overcoming self-identity view.
S 35.166S 53.13Attanuditthi Sutta; Attanuditthi Pahana Sutta. Self-view is the grasping of conceit; the 6 senses are non-self.
S 35.191S 28.4(Samyojana) Kotthita Sutta. The Buddha has feelings but is not fettered by them
S 35.202S 60.6(Samyojana) Kotthita Sutta. An arhat is a master of his senses and mind.
S 35.207S 40a.3Yavakalapi Sutta. How our senses affect our thinking.
S 35.228S ***Samudda Sutta 1.
S 35.231S ***Khira,rukkha Sutta.
S 35.191[S 35.232]S 28.4(Samyojana) Kotthita Sutta. The Buddha has feelings but is not fettered by them
S 35.234S 26.4(Anatta) Udayi Sutta. Neither the body nor the mind has a self.
S 35.238S 28.1Asivisopama Sutta. The four elements, the aggregates and liberation
S 35.239S***Ratha Sutta.
S 35.240S 19.17Kummopama Sutta. The benefit of restraining the senses.
S 35.241S 28.5Daru-k,khandha Sutta 1. Keeping to the middle way leads to liberation.
S 35.243S***Avassuta Sutta.
S 35.245S***Kimsukôpama Sutta.
S 35.246S 28.8Vina Sutta or Vinopama Sutta. Training the mind to restrain sense-desires.
S 35.247S 19.15Chapana Sutta. Taming the animal-like sense faculties.
S B: 35.248S 40a.3Yavakalapi Sutta.
S 36.3S ***(Vedana) Pahana Sutta. Abandoning the latent tendencies regarding feelings.
S 36.4S 2.25Patala Sutta. On the psychological nature of “hell”.
S 36.5S 17.3(5) Datthabba Sutta. On seeing rightly (embedded).
S 36.6S 5.5Sallatthena Sutta. Two kinds of pain.
S 36.7S ***Gelañña Sutta 1.
S 36.9S 57.25(Vedana) Anicca Sutta. Feelings (pleasant, unpleasant, neutral) are impermanent
S 36.10S ***Phassa,mulaka Sutta.
S 36.11S 33.6Rahogata Sutta. The dhyanas and feeling.
S 36.19S 30.1Pañcakanga Sutta. The various way of classifying feelings. = M 59.
S 36.21S 5.6Sivaka Sutta. Not everything is due to karma.
S 36.22S 60.12Atthasata Sutta. The various forms and sets of feelings.
S 36.22S 17.3(4.1) Atthasata Sutta. The different kinds of feelings.
S 36.31S***Suddhika Niramisa Sutta.
S 37.34S 3.4(4) (Savika) Vaddhi Sutta 1. The fivefold growth of a female disciple.
S 38.2S ***Arahatta Sutta.
S 40.1S 24.11Pathama Jhana Pañha Sutta or (Savitakka) Pathama Jhana Sutta. Progressing in the 1st dhyana.
S 40.2 S 24.12aDutiya Jhana Pañha Sutta or (Avitakka) Dutiya Jhana Sutta. Progressing in 2nd dhyana.
S 40.3S 24.13Tatiya Jhana Pañha Sutta or (Sukhena) Tatiya Jhana Sutta. Progressing in the 3rd dhyana.
S 40.4S 24.14Catuttha Jhana Pañha Sutta or (Upekkhaka) Catuttha Jhana Sutta. How to progress in the 4th dhyana.
S 40.5S 24.15Akasanañcayatana Pañha Sutta. Progressing in the sphere of infinite space.
S 40.6S 24.16Viññaaañcayatana Pañha Sutta. Progressing in the sphere of infinite consciousness.
S 40.7S 24.17Akiñcaññayatana Pañha Sutta. Progressing in the sphere of nothingness.
S 40.8S 24.18Nevasaññanâsaññayatana Pañha Sutta. Progressing in the sphere of neither-perception-nor-non-perception.
S 40.9S 24.19Animitta Cetosamadhi Pañha Sutta. Progressing in the signless concentration.
S 41.1S 32.11Sannojana Sutta. Citta explains the nature of mental fetters to the monks.
S 41.2S 65.10Isi,datta Sutta 1.
S 41.3S 65.11Isi,datta Sutta 2. Self-identity view is the source of wordly discourse.
S 41.4S 27.2Mahaka Patihariya Sutta. The psychic miracles of the monk Mahaka.
S 41.5S ***Kamabhu Sutta 1.
S 41.6S 48.7Kamabhu Sutta 2. The meditating mind and body during suspended animation.
S 41.7S 60.4Go,datta Sutta. Citta the houselord’s teachings on the liberations of mind.
S 41.8S 40a.7Nigantha Nataputta Sutta. Citta the householder does not go by faith.
S 41.9S 45.14(Arahatta) Acelaka Kassapa Sutta 2. Citta the householder as a non-returner. Cf S 12.17.
S 41.10S 16.16Gilanadassana Sutta. How the dying lay-disciple Citta counsels the living.
S 42.2S 20.8Talaputa Sutta. How an actor-dancer became a monk.
S 42.3S 23.3Yodhajiva Sutta. The mercernary killer’s karma.
S 42.4S ***Hatth’aroha Sutta.
S 42.5S ***Assaroha Sutta.
S 42.6S 39.9Asibandhakaputta Sutta or Pacchabhumaka Sutta or Mataka Sutta. Prayers do not affect a person’s destiny or afterlife.
S 42.7S 12.1(3.2) (Khetta) Desana Sutta. The parable of the three fields: the Buddha’s priorities.
S 42.8S 57.9Sankha Sutta.
S 42.9S 7.11(Asibandhaka,putta) Kula Sutta. Eight causes of destruction of families.
S 42.10S 4.21Maniculaka Sutta. Monastics prohibited from accepting money.
S 42.13S ***Pataliya Sutta. Right view is having no view.
S 43.1S 12.21(1) Kayagatasati Sutta. The unconditioned and the path to it.
S 43.11S***Magganga Sutta.
S 43.12S***Asankhata Sutta.
S 43.44S***Parayana Sutta.
S 44.1S 63.6Khema Theri Sutta.
S 44.7S***(Vaccha,gotta) Moggallana Sutta.
S 44.8S***(Avyakata) Vaccha,gotta Sutta.
S 44.9S 23.15Kutuhalasala Sutta. Rebirth is driven by karmic fuel.
S 44.10S***(Vaccha,gotta) Ananda Sutta.
S 44.11S***(Vaccha,gotta) Sabhiya Kaccana Sutta.
S 45.1S***(Pubbangama) Avijja Sutta.
S 45.2S 34.9Upaddha Sutta. Spiritual friendship is the holy life
S 45.3S 34.10(Kalyanamittata) Sariputta Sutta. Spiritual friendship is the whole of the holy life.
S 45.8S 14.5(Magga) Vibhanga Sutta. A definition of the path factors.
S 45.26S 47.3aAsappurisa Sutta 2. False persons, true individuals, and spiritual progress.
S 45.31S 47.20a
Patipatti Sutta 1. The wrong practice and the right practice.
S 45.32S 47.20b
Patipatti Sutta 2. The one practises the wrong way and the one practises the right way.
S 45.49S 34.11Kalyanamitta Sutta 1. The external condition for the noble eightfold path.
S 45.55S 34.12Yoniso Manasikara Sampada Sutta. The internal condition for the noble eightfold path.
S 45.143S 42.24Saragandha Sutta. Diligence is the foremost of wholesome states (detailed).
S 45.158S 20.16(Magga) Nava Sutta. The noble eightfold path leads to awakening.
S 45.162S ***Vidha Sutta. On the three conceits (discriminations).
S 45.175S 19.1(4.3) (Satta) Anusaya Sutta. The noble path overcomes the latent tendencies.
S 45.180S 50.12Uddhambhagiya Sutta. The 5 higher fetters and the eightfold path..
S 46.2S***(Ahara) Kaya Sutta.
S 46.3S 10.15Bojjhanga Sila Sutta. Spiritual friendship and sainthood.
S 46.8S***Upavana Sutta.
S 46.14S 43.11Gilana Sutta 1 or (Maha Kassapa) Gilana Sutta. Maha Kassapa’s illness is overcome through reflecting on the awakening factors.
S 46.15S 43.12Gilana Sutta 2 or (Moggallana) Gilana Sutta. Moggallana’s illness is overcome through reflecting on the awakening factors.
S 46.16S 43.13Gilana Sutta 3 or (Bhagava) Gilana Sutta. The Buddha’s illness is overcome through reflecting on the awakening factors..
S 46.26S***Khaya Sutta.
S 46.30S 28.10(Khandha) Udayi Sutta. Maha Udayi’s lion-roar.
S 46.33S***(Sankhitta) Kilesa Sutta. The five mental hindrances. See A 5.23.
S 46.38S 41.10Avarana Nivarana Sutta. What stalls and what expedites our spiritual cultivation
S 46.38bS 3.2Anivarana Sutta. Mental hindrances. See under Essays.
S 46.41S***Vidha Sutta. On the three conceits (discriminations).
S 46.42S***(Ahara) Kaya Sutta.
S 46.51S 7.15(Nivarana Bojjhanga) Ahara Sutta. How the mental hindrances and the awakening-factors are nourished and starved.
S 46.52S 62.6Pariyaya Sutta.
S 46.54S 10.11Mettasahagata Sutta = Haliddavasana Sutta. How lovingkindness leads to awakening.
S 46.55 S 3.12(Nivarana) Sangarava Sutta. Calm and clear mind through clearing emotional blocks
S 47.2S 60.11(Satipatthana) Sati Sutta or Sato Sutta. Mindfulness is being here and now.
S 47.3S 24.6a(Anubbadha) Bhikkhu Sutta or (Satipatthana) Bhikkhu Sutta. The mind can only truly focus in mental solitude.
S 47.4S ***Sala Sutta.
S 47.7S 41.7Makkata Sutta. The meditative mind keeps Mara away.
S 47.8S 28.15Suda Sutta. Meditation is like good cooking.
S 47.10S 24.2Bhikkhuni Vasaka Sutta or Bhikkhunûpassaya Sutta. Directed and undirected cultivations
S 47.11 S 19.6Mahapurisa Sutta. Who is truly great?
S 47.12 S 12.18Nalanda Sutta. Sariputta’s lion-roar: his last meeting with the Buddha.
S 47.15S 47.10(Satipatthana) Bahiya Sutta or Bahika Sutta. The arhathood of Bahiya.
S 47.16S 47.11(12)(Arahatta) Uttiya Sutta. Moral virtue is the basis of proper meditation.
S 47.18S****** Sutta.
S 47.19S 12.19Sedaka Sutta. Truly guarding self and guarding others.
S 47.40S 12.11(Satipatthana) Vibhanga Sutta. Insight cultivation through watching impermanence.
S 47.42S 17.8b(2.3) Samudaya Sutta. How the four objects of mindfulness arise and disappear.
S 47.48S 12.20(Satipatthana) Mitta Sutta. Exhort others to practise satipatthana.
S 48.12S 56.8(Indriya) Sankhitta Sutta 1. The five faculties and personal progress.
S 48.13S 56.9(Indriya) Sankhitta Sutta 2. The five faculties and personal progress.
S 48.14S 56.10(Indriya) Sankhitta Sutta 3. The five faculties and personal progress.
S 48.15S 56.11(Indriya) Vitthara Sutta 1. The five faculties and personal progress.
S 48.16S 56.12(Indriya) Vitthara Sutta 2. The five faculties and personal progress.
S 48.17S 56.13(Indriya) Vitthara Sutta 3. The five faculties and personal progress.
S 48.18S 47.19(Bahira) Patipanna Sutta. Those not yet on the path are outsiders.
S 48.35S 17.3(4.4) (Indriya) Vibhanga Sutta 1. On the analysis of the faculties.
S 48.39S***Arani Sutta. The parable of the fire-sticks.
S 48.41S 42.5(Ananda) Jara Sutta. Even the Buddha’s body decays physically.
S 48.42S 29.3Unnabha Brahmana Sutta. The five physical sense-faculties do not overlap.
S 48.44S 10.7Pubbako­­haka Sutta. The nature of faith in Buddhism.
S 48.50S 10.4Apana Sutta. The sense, spiritual faculties and powers of a practitioner.
S 51S 5.7SD 10.3Catu Iddhipada. The 4 bases of success.
S 51.1S 10.3Apara Sutta. The 4 bases of spiritual success.
S 51.10S***Cetiya Sutta.
S 51.11S***Pubba Sutta.
S 51.12S***Mahapphala Sutta.
S 51.13S 10.3Chanda Samadhi Sutta. An analysis of the 4 bases of spiritual success.
S 51.14S 27.8(Pasadakampana) Moggallana Sutta. Using psychic powers to discipline others.
S 51.15S 10.10(Kosambi) Unnabha Sutta. Not all desires are bad, or the path to success.
S 51.20S 28.14Iddhipada Vibhanga Sutta. Keeping our meditation balanced.
S 51.31S 27.7(Iddhi) Moggallana Sutta. Moggallana’s psychic powers.
S 52.1S 12.17Rahogata Sutta 1. Advanced satipatthana practice.
S 52.2S 12.16Rahogata Sutta 2. Vipassana through satipatthana.
S 54.1S ***Eka,dhamma Sutta. The benefit of breath meditation.
S 54.7S 24.7(Satipatthana) Maha Kappina Sutta. Cultivating breath meditation to reach samadhi.
S 54.8S 62.2Padôpama Sutta. Benefits of breath meditation.
S 54.9S ***(Anâpana,sati) Vesali Sutta.
S 54.10S 12.22(Anâpana Samadhi) Kimbila Sutta. Satipatthana via breath meditation.
S 54.11S 44.9Iccha,nangala Sutta. The Buddha’s noble dwelling.
S 54.12S ***Kankheyya Sutta.
S 54.13S ***(Anâpana,sati) Ananda Sutta 1.
S 55.14S ***(Anâpana,sati) Ananda Sutta 2.
S 54.15S ***(Anâpana,sati) Bhikkhu Sutta 1.
S 54.16S ***(Anâpana,sati) Bhikkhu Sutta 2.
S 54.17S ***Sanyojana Pahana Sutta.
S 55.18S ***Anusaya Samugghata Sutta.
S 54.19S ***Addhana Pariñña Sutta.
S 54.20S ***Asava-k,khaya Sutta.
S 55.2S ***Ogadha Sutta.
S 55.3S 23.16Dighavu Sutta. Streamwinning and the 6 things conducive to true knowledge.
S 55.5S 16.5Sariputta Sutta 2. Definitions of streamwinning.
S 55.6 S 42.7Thapati Sutta. Laymen as streamwinners.
S 55.7S 1.5Veludvareyya Sutta. The 4 precepts, the golden rule, values  and streamwinning.
S 55.21S 23.1a(Gati) Mahanama Sutta 1. A true follower will not die in vain.
S 55.22S 23.1b(Gati) Mahanama Sutta 2. A true follower will not die in vain.
S 55.24S 3.6Sarakani Sutta 1. Even a drinker can reach the path.
S 55.24S 10.5Sarakani Sutta 1: Pañca Bala. The 5 spiritual powers.
S 55.26S 23.2aAnathapindika Sutta 1. Bedside ministry: the ten limbs of streamwinning.
S 55.27S 23.2bAnathapindika Sutta 2. Bedside ministry: the four limbs of streamwinning.
S 55.28S ***Pañca Vera Sutta = Bhaya Vera S (A 10.92/5:182-184).
S 55.31-33S 59.9The Abhisanda Suttas. The 4 joys of the streamwinner in this life itself.
S 55.37S 6.2Sotapatti Mahanama Sutta. The spiritual qualities of the true lay follower.
S 55.38S 45.10(Sotapattiyanga) Vassa Sutta. The true faith of the saints.
S 55.40S 47.1(Sotapanna) Nandiya Sutta. A streamwinner should build up his mindfulness practice.
S 55.41-43S 59.9The Abhisanda Suttas. The 4 joys of the streamwinner in this life itself.
S 55.53S 46.4Dhammadinna Sutta. Spiritual training for busy lay followers.
S 55.54S 4.10(Mahanama) Gilayana Sutta or (Mahanama) Gilana Sutta or (Mahanama) Roga Sutta. How to die as a saint.
S 55.55S 3.3(Sotapatti) Phala Sutta. The limbs for streamwinning. See under Essays.
S 56.11S 1.1Dhammacakka Pavattana Sutta. The Buddha’s traditional 1st Discourse.
S 56.20S ***Tatha Sutta 1. Nature of the four noble truths.
S 56.27S ***Tatha Sutta 2. Why the noble truths are so called.
S 56.30S 53.1Gavampati Sutta. Penetrating any of the 4 truths, penetrate all of them.
S 56.31S 21.7Simsapa Sutta. All that we need to know to be free.
S 56.32S 21.8Khadira Sutta. To be liberated is to know the four noble truths.
S 56.40S ***(Bahira) Nandiya Sutta. The minimum standard for being truly Buddhist.
S 56.45S 57.11Chiggala Sutta. The human state is rare; seize the moment for awakening
S 56.46S 53.2Andhakara Sutta. The dark interstices of outer space.
S 56.47S 57.12Chiggalayuga Sutta 1. The human state is rare; seize this moment for awakening
S 56.48S 57.13Chiggalayuga Sutta 2. The human state is rare; seize the moment for awakening
S 56.102-131S 57.28Pancagati Peyyala Vagga. The rarity of humanity and divinity