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AN 5 Pañcaka Nipāta

1152 suttas, 26 vaggas (7.6hr 🤖), after 250 mostly repetition series
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(AN 5: total of 7.6 hours)
AN 5 vag1-3: 🤖 53m
AN 5 vag4-6: 🤖 82m
AN 5 vag7-10: 🤖 78m
AN 5 vag11-13: 🤖 33m
AN 5 vag14: 🤖 31m
AN 5 vag15-17: 🤖 61m
AN 5 vag18-20: 🤖 66m
AN 5 vag21-26: 🤖 53m

Sekha-bala (trainee's powers) Vagga 1

AN 5.1 Sekha­bala­saṅkhitta [Saṃkhitta]
AN 5.2 Sekha-bala-vitthata [Vitthata]
AN 5.3 Dukkha
AN 5.4 Yathābhata
AN 5.5 Sikkhāpaccakkhāna [Sikkhā]
AN 5.6 A-kusala-samāpatti [Samāpatti]
AN 5.7 Kāmesu palāḷita [Kāma]
AN 5.8 Cavana
AN 5.9 Agārava 1
AN 5.10 Agārava 2

Bala (powers) Vagga 2

AN 5.11 Tathāgata-bala [Ananussuta]: Saddhābalaṃ, hirībalaṃ, ottappabalaṃ, vīriyabalaṃ, paññābalaṃ—
AN 5.12 Sekha-bala agga [Kūṭa]: Of these five powers of a trainee, the power of wisdom is the chief. It holds and binds everything together. It’s like a bungalow. The roof-peak is the chief point, which holds and binds everything together.
AN 5.13 Bala-saṅkhitta [Saṃkhitta]: same as 5ind, Saddhābalaṃ, vīriyabalaṃ, satibalaṃ, samādhibalaṃ, paññābalaṃ
AN 5.14 Bala-vitthata [Vitthata]: same as 5ind, except samadhi only has 4j, no "vossaggaranama karitva"
AN 5.14–15 Bala-vitthata, Baladaṭṭhabba [Vitthata, Daṭṭhabba]
AN 5.15 Bala-daṭṭhabba [Daṭṭhabba]
AN 5.16 Bala agga [Punakūṭa]
AN 5.17 Attahita [Hita 1]: It’s when a mendicant is personally accomplished in ethics, immersion, wisdom, freedom, and the knowledge and vision of freedom. But they don’t encourage others in these qualities.
AN 5.18 Parahita [Hita 2]: sīlasampadāya samādapeti; It’s when a mendicant is not personally accomplished in ethics, immersion, wisdom, freedom, or the knowledge and vision of freedom. But they encourage others in these qualities.
AN 5.19 Neva attahitano parahita [Hita 3]
AN 5.20 Attahitaparahita [Hita 4]

Pañc'-aṅgika (five-factored) Vagga 3

(entire vagga sequenced like a gradual training of samadhi)
AN 5.21 Agārava 1: irreverent: gradual training of conduct to samadhi
AN 5.22 Agārava 2: irreverent: gradual training of sila to wisdom
AN 5.23 Upakkilesa: a synonym for 5niv: simile of impure gold for 5niv, which prevent 6ab
AN 5.24 Dus-sīla: bad-morals: (1) for an immoral person, for one deficient in virtuous behavior, (2) right concentration lacks its proximate cause. When there is no right concentration, for one deficient in right concentration, (3) the knowledge and vision of things as they really are lacks its proximate cause. When there is no knowledge and vision of things as they really are, for one deficient in the knowledge and vision of things as they really are, (4) disenchantment and dispassion lack their proximate cause. When there is no disenchantment and dispassion, for one deficient in disenchantment and dispassion, (5) the knowledge and vision of liberation lacks its proximate cause.
AN 5.25 Anuggahīta [Anuggahita]: assisted: right view is assisted by virtuous behavior, learning, discussion, calm, and insight. When right view is assisted by these five factors, it has liberation of mind as its fruit
AN 5.26 vimutt-āyatana: liberation-base: 5 ways of processing Dhamma to get into jhāna and attain arahantship
AN 5.27 samādhi: appamāna (measureless) developmeent of samādhi with 5 traits: 1. pleasant now and future, 2. ariya (noble) and nirāmisā (spiritual), 3. not for fools, 4. na saṅkhāra-niggayha-vārita-gato, 5. mindful entry+emerge
AN 5.28 Pañcaṅgika­samādhi [Pañcaṅgika]: (has famous 4 jhana similes) + 5th reviewing sign
AN 5.29 Caṅkamānisaṃsa [Caṅkama]: 5 benefits of walking meditation
AN 5.30 Nāgita: (name of buddha's attendant): “Let me never come upon fame, Nāgita, and may fame never catch up with me. One who does not gain at will, without trouble or difficulty, this bliss of renunciation … might accept that vile pleasure, that slothful pleasure, the pleasure of gain, honor, and praise. (1) “Nāgita, what is eaten, drunk, consumed, and tasted winds up as feces and urine: this is its outcome. (2) From the change and alteration of things that are dear arise sorrow, lamentation, pain, dejection, and anguish: this is its outcome. (3) For one devoted to practicing meditation on the mark of unattractiveness, revulsion toward the mark of the beautiful becomes established: this is its outcome. (4) For one who dwells contemplating impermanence in the six bases for contact, revulsion toward contact becomes established: this is its outcome. (5) For one who dwells contemplating arising and vanishing in the five aggregates subject to clinging, revulsion toward clinging becomes established: this is its outcome.”999

Sumana (name of a princess) Vagga 4

AN 5.31 Sumanā [Sumana]
AN 5.32 Cundī
AN 5.33 Uggaha
AN 5.34 Sīhasenāpati
AN 5.35 Dānānisaṃsa
AN 5.36 Kāladāna
AN 5.37 Bhojana
AN 5.38 Saddha
AN 5.39 Putta
AN 5.40 Mahāsāla [Mahāsālaputta]

Muṇḍa-rāja (munda-king) Vagga 5

AN 5.41 Pañcabhoga ādiya [Ādiya]
AN 5.42 Sappurisa
AN 5.43 Pañcaiṭṭha­dhamma [Iṭṭha]
AN 5.44 Manāpadāyī
AN 5.45 Puññābhisanda
AN 5.46 Pañcasampadā [Sampadā]
AN 5.47 Pañcadhana [Dhana]
AN 5.48 Alabbhanīya­ṭhāna
AN 5.49 Kosala
AN 5.50 Sokasallaharaṇa [Nārada]

Nīvaraṇa (hindrances) Vagga 6

AN 5.51 Nīvaraṇa [Āvaraṇa]: 5 hindrances (+ simile of river split/united in 5)
AN 5.52 Akusalarāsi
AN 5.53 Padhāniyaṅga
AN 5.54 Asamayasamaya [Samaya]
AN 5.55 Mātāputta
AN 5.56 Upajjhāya
AN 5.57 Ṭhāna [Abhiṇha­paccave­kkhitabba­ṭhāna]
AN 5.58 Licchavikumāra [Licchavikumāraka]
AN 5.59 Vuḍḍhapabbajita 1
AN 5.60 Vuḍḍhapabbajita 2

Sañña (perceptions) Vagga 7

AN 5.61 Saññā 1
AN 5.62 Saññā 2
AN 5.63 Vaḍḍhī 1 [Vaḍḍhi 1]
AN 5.64 Vaḍḍhī 2 [Vaḍḍhi 2]
AN 5.65 Alaṃsākaccha [Sākaccha]
AN 5.66 Alaṃsājīva [Sājīva]
AN 5.67 Iddhipāda 1
AN 5.68 Iddhipāda 2
AN 5.69 Nibbidā
AN 5.70 Āsavakkhaya

Anāgata-bhaya (future-fears/perils) Vagga 8

AN 5.71 Cetovimuttiphala 1
AN 5.72 Cetovimuttiphala 2
AN 5.73 Dhamma-vihārī 1: dhamma-dwelling 1: describes one committed to jhāna, samatha, seclusion, has dhamma memorized but doesn't excessively teach, study, recite.
AN 5.74 Dhammavihārī 2
AN 5.75 Yodh-ājīv-ūpama 1 [Yodhājīva 1]: warrior-life-simile 1:
AN 5.76 Yodhājīvūpama 2 [Yodhājīva 2]: warrior-life-simile 2:
AN 5.77 Anāgatabhaya 1
AN 5.78 Anāgatabhaya 2
AN 5.79 Anāgatabhaya 3
AN 5.80 Anāgatabhaya 4

Thera (elders) Vagga 9

AN 5.81 Rajanīya
AN 5.82 Vītarāga
AN 5.83 Kuhaka
AN 5.84 Assaddha
AN 5.85 Akkhama
AN 5.86 Paṭisam­bhidā [Paṭisam­bhidāpatta]
AN 5.87 Sīla [Sīlavanta]
AN 5.88 Thera
AN 5.89 Sekha 1
AN 5.90 Sekha 2

Kakudha (name of person) Vagga 10

AN 5.91 Sampadā 1
AN 5.92 Sampadā 2
AN 5.93 Aññabyākaraṇa [Byākaraṇa]
AN 5.94 Phāsu-vihāra: comfortable-dwelling: (#1-4) four jhānas, (#5) arahantship
AN 5.95 Akuppa 1 [Akuppa]
AN 5.96 Akuppa 2 [Sutadhara]
AN 5.97 Akuppa 3 [Kathā]
AN 5.98 Akuppa 4 [Āraññaka]
AN 5.99 Sīha
AN 5.100 Kakudha [Kakudhathera]

Phāsu-vihāra (comfortable/easy-dwelling) Vagga 11

AN 5.101 Sekhavesārajja [Sārajja]
AN 5.102 Saṅkita [Ussaṅkita]
AN 5.103 Mahācora
AN 5.104 Samaṇasukhumāla
AN 5.105 Phāsu-vihāra: comfortable-abiding: (#1-3) metta by body/speech/mind towards fellow monks is phāsu, #4 so is samadhi, #5 so is arahantship
AN 5.106 Ānanda: (#1-3) virtue and anyonymity is phāsu, (#4) 4 jhānas is phāsu (comfort) dwelling, (#5) arahantship highest phāsu.
AN 5.107 Sīlasampanna [Sīla]
AN 5.108 Asekha
AN 5.109 Cātuddisa
AN 5.110 Arañña

Andhakavinda Vagga 12

AN 5.111 Kulūpaga [Kulūpaka]
AN 5.112 Pacchāsamaṇa
AN 5.113 Sammā-samādhi: righteous-undistractable-lucidity
AN 5.114 Andhakavinda
AN 5.115 Maccharī [Maccharinī]
AN 5.116 Vaṇṇa [Vaṇṇanā]
AN 5.117 Issukī [Issukinī]
AN 5.118 Micchādiṭṭhika
AN 5.119 Micchāvācā
AN 5.120 Micchāvāyāma

Gilāna (Sick) Vagga 13

AN 5.121 Gilāna
AN 5.122 Satisūpaṭṭhita
AN 5.123 Dūpaṭṭhāka­gilāna [Upaṭṭhāka 1]
AN 5.124 Gilān­ūpaṭṭhāka [Upaṭṭhāka 2]
AN 5.125 Āyussa 1 [Anāyussā 1]lifespan: unsuitable, immoderation, activity at wrong times, unsuitable food, un-chastity
AN 5.126 Āyussa 2 [Anāyussā 2]lifespan: slight variation on AN 5.125 - swap last 2 items with bad-virtue and bad-friends
AN 5.127 Vapakāsa
AN 5.128 Samaṇadukkhasukha [Samaṇasukha]
AN 5.129 Parikuppa
AN 5.130 Sampadā [Byasana]

Rāja (kings) Vagga 14

AN 5.131 Cakkānuvattana 1
AN 5.132 Cakkānuvattana 2
AN 5.133 Dhammarāja [Dhammarājā]
AN 5.134 Khattiyarāja [Yassaṃdisaṃ]
AN 5.135 Patthanā 1
AN 5.136 Patthanā 2
AN 5.137 Appaṃ-supati: little-sleep:
AN 5.138 Bhattādaka
AN 5.139 Ak-khama: not-resilient: simile of 5 ways 🐘 war elephant is resilient in battle -> 5 resilient towards 5 sense faculty distractions
AN 5.140 Sotāra [Sota]

Tikaṇḍakī (name of a forest grove) Vagga 15

AN 5.141 Avajānāti
AN 5.142 Ārambhati [Ārabhati]
AN 5.143 Sārandada
AN 5.144 Tikaṇḍakī: 5abi, masteries of perception to be practiced by all monks
AN 5.145 Niraya
AN 5.146 Bhikkhumitta [Mitta]
AN 5.147 Asappurisadāna
AN 5.148 Sappurisadāna
AN 5.149 Samayavimutta 1
AN 5.150 Samayavimutta 2

Sa-d-dhamma (good dhamma) Vagga 16

AN 5.151 Sammattaniyāma 1 you can hear dhamma with ekagga-citta
AN 5.152 Sammattaniyāma 2
AN 5.153 Sammattaniyāma 3
AN 5.154 Saddhammasammosa 1
AN 5.155 Saddhammasammosa 2
AN 5.156 Saddhammasammosa 3
AN 5.157 Dukkathā
AN 5.158 Sārajja
AN 5.159 Udāyī
AN 5.160 Duppaṭivinodaya

Āghāta (resentment) Vagga 17

AN 5.161 Āghāta­paṭivinaya 1
AN 5.162 Āghāta­paṭivinaya 2
AN 5.163 Sākacchā [Sākaccha]
AN 5.164 Sājīva
AN 5.165 Pañhapucchā
AN 5.166 Nirodha
AN 5.167 Codanā
AN 5.168 Sīla
AN 5.169 Khippanisanti
AN 5.170 Bhaddaji

Upāsaka (lay followers) Vagga 18

AN 5.171 Sārajja
AN 5.172 Visārada
AN 5.173 Niraya
AN 5.174 Vera
AN 5.175 Upāsaka­caṇḍāla [Caṇḍāla]
5.176 Pīti Rapture (of first and second jhana): Anathapindika and other householders are instructed by the Buddha and Sariputta to not just provide requisites for monks, but also develop rapture of first and second jhana
AN 5.177 Vaṇijjā
AN 5.178 Rāja [Rājā]
AN 5.179 Gihī [Gihi]
AN 5.180 Gavesī

Āraññaka (forest dwellers) Vagga 19

AN 5.181 Āraññaka [Āraññika]
AN 5.182 Paṃsukūlika [Cīvara]
AN 5.183 Rukkhamūlika
AN 5.184 Sosānika
AN 5.185 Abbhokāsika
AN 5.186 Nesajjika
AN 5.187 Yathāsanthatika
AN 5.188 Ekāsanika
AN 5.189 Khalupacchā­bhattika
AN 5.190 Pattapiṇḍika

Soṇa (dogs) Vagga 20

AN 5.191 Soṇa
AN 5.192 Doṇa [Doṇabrāhmaṇa]
AN 5.193 Saṅgārava: (name of person): 5niv, 5 similes with looking at reflection in bowl of water
AN 5.194 Kāraṇapāli [Kāraṇapālī]
AN 5.195 Piṅgiyānī
AN 5.196 Mahāsupina
AN 5.197 Vassantarāya [Vassa]
AN 5.198 Su-bhāsita-vācā [Vācā] : speech (proper time, truth, gentle, beneficial, with metta)
AN 5.199 Kula
AN 5.200 Nissāraṇīya

Kimbila (name of monk) Vagga 21

AN 5.201 Kimbila [Kimila]
AN 5.202 Dhamma-savaṇa [Dhammassavana]: listening-to-dhamma: learn something new, clarify meaning, overcome doubt, straighten view, placid mind (cittamassa pasīdati.)
AN 5.203 Ājānīya [Assājānīya]
AN 5.204 Bala
AN 5.205 Cetokhila
AN 5.205–206 Cetokhila, Vinibandha
AN 5.206 Vinibandha
AN 5.207 Yāgu
AN 5.208 Dantakaṭṭha
AN 5.209 gītassara: Intonation: 5 problems: infatuation with musical tone, other listening infatuated, lay people complain you sing like laypeople, concentration breaks, future generation follows your [bad] example.
AN 5.210 Muṭṭhassati

Akkosaka (abuse) Vagga 22

AN 5.211 Akkosaka
AN 5.212 Bhaṇḍanakāraka
AN 5.213 Sīla
AN 5.214 Bahubhāṇi
AN 5.215 Akkhanti 1
AN 5.216 Akkhanti 2
AN 5.217 Apāsādika 1
AN 5.218 Apāsādika 2
AN 5.219 Aggi
AN 5.220 Madhurā

Dīgha-cārika (long-wandering) Vagga 23

AN 5.221 Dīghacārika 1
AN 5.222 Dīghacārika 2
AN 5.223 Atinivāsa 1 [Atinivāsa]
AN 5.224 Atinivāsa 2 [Maccharī]
AN 5.225 Kulūpaga 1 [Kulūpaka 1]
AN 5.226 Kulūpaga 2 [Kulūpaka 2]
AN 5.227 Bhoga
AN 5.228 Ussūrabhatta
AN 5.229 Kaṇhasappa 1
AN 5.230 Kaṇhasappa 2

Āvāsika (resident monk) Vagga 24

AN 5.231 Abhāvanīya [Āvāsika]
AN 5.232 Piya
AN 5.233 Sobhana
AN 5.234 Bahūpakāra
AN 5.235 Anukampaka [Anukampa]
AN 5.236 Avaṇṇāraha 1
AN 5.237 Avaṇṇāraha 2
AN 5.238 Avaṇṇāraha 3
AN 5.239 Macchariya 1
AN 5.240 Macchariya 2

Duc-carita (bad-conduct) Vagga 25

AN 5.241 Duccarita [Duccarita 1]
AN 5.241–244 Duccarita – Manoduccarita [Duccarita 1 – Manoduccarita 1]
AN 5.242 Kāyaduccarita [Kāyaduccarita 1]
AN 5.243 Vacīduccarita [Vacīduccarita 1]
AN 5.244 Manoduccarita [Manoduccarita 1]
AN 5.245 Aparaduccarita [Duccarita 2]
AN 5.246 Aparakāyaduccarita [Kāyaduccarita 2]
AN 5.247 Aparavacīduccarita [Vacīduccarita 2]
AN 5.248 Aparamanoduccarita [Manoduccarita 2]
AN 5.249 Sīvathikā [Sivathika]
AN 5.250 Puggalappasāda

Upasampadā (ordination) Vagga 26

AN 5.251 Upasampādetabba
AN 5.252 Nissaya
AN 5.253 Sāmaṇera
AN 5.254 Macchariya [Pañcamacchariya]
AN 5.255 Macchariya­pahāna [Macchariyappahāna]
AN 5.256 Paṭhamajjhāna [Paṭhamajhāna]
AN 5.257 Dutiyajjhāna
AN 5.258 Tatiyajjhāna
AN 5.259 Catutthajjhāna
AN 5.260 Sotāpatti­phala­sacchikiriyā
AN 5.261 Sakadāgāmi­phala­sacchikiriyā
AN 5.262 Anāgāmi­phala­sacchikiriyā
AN 5.263 Arahatta­phala­sacchikiriyā
AN 5.264 Apara­paṭhama­jjhāna [Apara­paṭhama­jhāna]
AN 5.265 Aparadutiyajjhāna
AN 5.266 Aparatatiyajjhāna
AN 5.267 Apara­catuttha­jjhāna
AN 5.268 Apara­sotāpatti­phala­sacchikiriyā
AN 5.269 Apara­sakadāgāmi­phala­sacchikiriyā
AN 5.270 Apar­ānāgāmi­phala­sacchikiriyā
AN 5.271 Apar­ārahatta­phala­sacchikiriyā
AN 5.272 Bhattuddesaka
AN 5.273 Senāsana­paññāpaka
AN 5.274 Senāsanagāhāpaka
AN 5.275 Bhaṇḍāgārika
AN 5.276 Cīvara­paṭiggāhaka
AN 5.277 Cīvarabhājaka
AN 5.278 Yāgubhājaka
AN 5.279 Phalabhājaka
AN 5.280 Khajjakabhājaka
AN 5.281 Appamattaka­vissajjaka
AN 5.282 Sāṭikagāhāpaka
AN 5.283 Pattagāhāpaka
AN 5.284 Ārāmikapesaka
AN 5.285 Sāmaṇerapesaka
AN 5.286 Bhikkhu
AN 5.287 Bhikkhunī
AN 5.288 Sikkhamānā
AN 5.289 Sāmaṇera
AN 5.290 Sāmaṇerī
AN 5.291 Upāsaka
AN 5.292 Upāsikā
AN 5.293 Ājīvaka
AN 5.294 Nigaṇṭha
AN 5.295 Muṇḍasāvaka
AN 5.296 Jaṭilaka
AN 5.297 Paribbājaka
AN 5.298 Māgandika
AN 5.299 Tedaṇḍika
AN 5.300 Āruddhaka
AN 5.301 Gotamaka
AN 5.302 Devadhammika
AN 5.303–307 Rāga abhiññāya peyyāla
AN 5.308–312 Rāga pariññāya peyyāla
AN 5.313–317 Rāga parikkhayāya peyyāla
AN 5.318–322 Rāga pahānāya peyyāla
AN 5.323–327 Rāga khayāya peyyāla
AN 5.328–332 Rāga vayāya peyyāla
AN 5.333–337 Rāga virāgāya peyyāla
AN 5.338–342 Rāga nirodhāya peyyāla
AN 5.343–347 Rāga cāgāya peyyāla
AN 5.348–352 Rāga paṭinissagāya peyyāla
AN 5.353–402 Dosa peyyāla
AN 5.403–452 Moha peyyāla
AN 5.453–502 Kodha peyyāla
AN 5.503–552 Upanāha peyyāla
AN 5.553–602 Makkha peyyāla
AN 5.603–652 Paḷassa peyyāla
AN 5.653–702 Issā peyyāla
AN 5.703–752 Macchariya peyyāla
AN 5.753–802 Māyā peyyāla
AN 5.803–852 Sāṭheyya peyyāla
AN 5.853–902 Thambha peyyāla
AN 5.903–952 Sārambha peyyāla
AN 5.953–1002 Māna peyyāla
AN 5.1003–1052 Atimāna peyyāla
AN 5.1053–1102 Pamāda peyyāla
AN 5.1103–1152 Macchariya peyyāla