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SN 22 Khandha Saṃyutta

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15 vaggas, 158 suttas
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Nakula-pitu (nakula's-father) Vagga 1

🔗🔊 ~85 min, SN 22: 1-52 🤖🎙️
SN 22.1- Nakula-pitu: “But didn’t you feel the need to ask the Buddha the further question: ‘Sir, how do you define someone ailing in body and ailing in mind, and someone ailing in body and healthy in mind’?” (healthy in mind means not identifying with 5uk when 5uk of body decay and perish)
SN 22.2- Devadaha: monks want to migrate to another town, ask permission from Buddha. Sariputta then explains they need to be able to answer questions about Dhamma without distortion. The correct answers have to do with 4NT in terms of 5uk. Following Dhamma leads to good rebirth, not following leads to bad.
SN 22.3- Hāliddikāni 1: (name of householder): Mahakaccana explains a verse from atthakatha in KN Snp. And how is one a migrant without a shelter? The Realized One has given up any desire, greed, relishing, and craving for the form element (and all 5uk); any attraction, grasping, mental dedication, insistence, and underlying tendencies. He has cut it off at the root, made it like a palm stump, obliterated it, so it’s unable to arise in the future.
SN 22.4- Hāliddikāni 2: mahakaccana explains meaning of verse from 'sakkas question': “Householder, consider any desire, greed, relishing, and craving for the form element (and all 5uk); any attraction, grasping, mental dedication, insistence, and underlying tendencies. With the ending, fading away, cessation, giving away, and letting go of that, the mind is said to be ‘well freed’.
SN 22.5- Samādhi: A more detailed explantion of asavak-khaya from AN 4.41. “Mendicants, develop immersion. “samādhiṃ, bhikkhave, bhāvetha; A mendicant who has immersion truly understands. samāhito, bhikkhave, bhikkhu yathābhūtaṃ pajānāti. What do they truly understand? Kiñca yathābhūtaṃ pajānāti? The origin and ending of form, feeling, perception, choices, and consciousness. Rūpassa samudayañca atthaṅgamañca, vedanāya samudayañca atthaṅgamañca, saññāya samudayañca atthaṅgamañca, saṅkhārānaṃ samudayañca atthaṅgamañca, viññāṇassa samudayañca atthaṅgamañca.
SN 22.5–6 Samādhi, Paṭisallāna
SN 22.6- Paṭisallāna: retreat (seclusion): same sutta passage as SN 22.5, seems to equate patisallana with being in samadhi
SN 22.7- Upādāparitassanā 1: anxiety caused by clinging: They regard form as self, self as having form, form in self, or self in form. rūpaṃ attato samanupassati, rūpavantaṃ vā attānaṃ; attani vā rūpaṃ, rūpasmiṃ vā attānaṃ. Anxieties—born of latching on to the perishing of consciousness (and all 5uk) and originating in accordance with natural principles—don’t occupy their mind. Tassa na viññāṇavipariṇāmānuparivattijā paritassanā dhammasamuppādā cittaṃ pariyādāya tiṭṭhanti. So they don’t become frightened, worried, concerned, or anxious because of grasping. Cetaso apariyādānā na cevuttāsavā hoti na ca vighātavā na ca apekkhavā, anupādāya ca na paritassati. That’s how not grasping leads to freedom from anxiety.”
SN 22.8- Upādāparitassanā 2: like previous sutta, except uses this selfing formula -> And how does grasping lead to anxiety? kathañca, bhikkhave, upādāparitassanā hoti? It’s when an uneducated ordinary person regards form like this: ‘This is mine, I am this, this is my self.’ Idha, bhikkhave, assutavā puthujjano rūpaṃ ‘etaṃ mama, esohamasmi, eso me attā’ti samanupassati.
SN 22.9- Atītānāgata 1: past & future: Consciousness of the past and future is impermanent, Viññāṇaṃ aniccaṃ atītānāgataṃ; not to mention the present. ko pana vādo paccuppannassa. Seeing this, a learned noble disciple doesn’t worry about past consciousness, Evaṃ passaṃ, bhikkhave, sutavā ariyasāvako atītasmiṃ viññāṇasmiṃ anapekkho hoti; doesn’t look forward to enjoying future consciousness, anāgataṃ viññāṇaṃ nābhinandati; and they practice for disillusionment, dispassion, and cessation regarding present consciousness.”
SN 22.9–11 Atītānāgata 1–2
SN 22.10- Atītānāgata 2 : same structure as SN 22.9, but plug in "dukkha" for anicca
SN 22.11- Atītānāgata 3 : same structure as SN 22.9, but plug in "anatta" for anicca

Anicca Vagga 2

🔗🔊 ~85 min, SN 22: 1-52 🤖🎙️
SN 22.12- Anicca: || SA 1
SN 22.12–14 Anicca, Dukkha, Anatta
SN 22.13- Dukkha
SN 22.14- Anatta
SN 22.15- Yadanicca
SN 22.16- Yaṃdukkha
SN 22.16–17 Yaṃdukkha, Yadanatta
SN 22.17- Yadanatta
SN 22.18- Hetu 1
SN 22.19- Hetu 2
SN 22.19–20 Hetu 1–2
SN 22.20- Hetu 3
SN 22.21- Ānanda

Bhāra Vagga 3

🔗🔊 ~85 min, SN 22: 1-52 🤖🎙️
SN 22.22- Bhāra
SN 22.23- Pariññā
SN 22.24- Abhijāna
SN 22.25- Chandarāga
SN 22.26- Assāda 1
SN 22.26–27 Assāda 1–2
SN 22.27- Assāda 2
SN 22.28- Assāda 3
SN 22.29- abhi-nandana: Delight: One who delights in 5uk delights in suffering. One who delights in suffering is not free from suffering, I say.
SN 22.30- Uppāda
SN 22.31- Aghamūla
SN 22.32- Pabhaṃgu

Natumhāka Vagga 4

🔗🔊 ~85 min, SN 22: 1-52 🤖🎙️
SN 22.33- Natumhāka 1
SN 22.33–34 Natumhāka 1–2
SN 22.34- Natumhāka 2
SN 22.35- Bhikkhu 1
SN 22.36- Bhikkhu 2
SN 22.37- Ānanda 1
SN 22.37–38 Ānanda 1–2
SN 22.38- Ānanda 2
SN 22.39- Anudhamma 1
SN 22.39–42 Anudhamma 1–2
SN 22.40- Anudhamma 2
SN 22.41- Anudhamma 3
SN 22.42- Anudhamma 4

Attadīpa Vagga 5

🔗🔊 ~85 min, SN 22: 1-52 🤖🎙️
SN 22.43- Attadīpa
SN 22.44- Paṭipadā
SN 22.45- Aniccatā 1
SN 22.46- Aniccatā 2
SN 22.47- Samanupassanā
SN 22.48- Khandha
SN 22.49- Soṇa 1
SN 22.50- Soṇa 2
SN 22.51- Nandikkhaya 1
SN 22.52- Nandikkhaya 2

Upaya Vagga 6

🔗🔊 ~34 min, SN 22: 53-62 🤖🎙️
SN 22.53- Upaya
SN 22.54- Bīja
SN 22.55- Udāna
SN 22.56- Upādāna
SN 22.57- Sattaṭṭhāna
SN 22.57(*) + AN 2.19(*) Sattaṭṭhāna + Adhikaraṇa 9
SN 22.58- Sambuddha
SN 22.59-🔗🔊 Pañca-vaggiya [An-atta-lakkhaṇa]-sutta
SN 22.60- Mahāli
SN 22.61- Āditta
SN 22.62- Niruttipatha

Arahatta Vagga 7

🔗🔊 ~53 min, SN 22: 63-82 🤖🎙️
SN 22.63- Upādiya
SN 22.63–65 Upādiya – Abhinandana
SN 22.64- Maññamāna
SN 22.65- Abhinandana
SN 22.66- Anicca
SN 22.67- Dukkha
SN 22.68- Anatta
SN 22.69- Anattaniya
SN 22.70- Rajanīya
SN 22.71- Rādha
SN 22.72- Surādha

Khajjanīya Vagga 8

🔗🔊 ~53 min, SN 22: 63-82 🤖🎙️
SN 22.73- Assāda
SN 22.74- Samudaya 1
SN 22.75- Samudaya 2
SN 22.76- Arahanta 1
SN 22.77- Arahanta 2
SN 22.78- Sīhopama
SN 22.79- khajjanīya: Being-Devoured: nice descriptions of 5 aggregates as verb and noun
SN 22.80- Piṇḍolya
SN 22.81- Pārileyyaka
SN 22.82- Puṇṇamā

Thera Vagga 9

🔗🔊 ~50 min, SN 22: 83-92 🤖🎙️
SN 22.83- Ānanda
SN 22.84- Tissa
SN 22.85- Yamaka
SN 22.86- Anurādha
SN 22.87- Vakkali
SN 22.88- Assaji
SN 22.89- Khemaka
SN 22.90- Channa
SN 22.91- Rāhula 1
SN 22.92- Rāhula 2

Puppha Vagga 10

🔗🔊 ~31 min, SN 22: 93-102 🤖🎙️
SN 22.93- Nadi
SN 22.94- Puppha
SN 22.95- Pheṇa­piṇḍ­ūpama
SN 22.96- Gomaya
SN 22.97- Nakhasikhopama
SN 22.98- Suddhika
SN 22.99- Gaddulabaddha 1
SN 22.100- Gaddulabaddha 2
SN 22.101- Vāsijaṭopama
SN 22.102- Aniccasaññā

Anta Vagga 11

🔗🔊 ~57m, SN 22: 103-159 Eng. 🤖🎙️
SN 22.103- Anta
SN 22.104- Dukkha
SN 22.105- Sakkāya
SN 22.106- Pariññeyya
SN 22.107- Samaṇa 1
SN 22.108- Samaṇa 2
SN 22.109- Sotāpanta
SN 22.110- Arahanta
SN 22.111- Chandarāga 1
SN 22.112- Chandarāga 2

Dhammakathika Vagga 12

🔗🔊 ~57m, SN 22: 103-159 Eng. 🤖🎙️
SN 22.113- Avijjā
SN 22.114- Vijjā
SN 22.115- Dhammakathika 1
SN 22.115–116 Dhammakathika 1–2
SN 22.116- Dhammakathika 2
SN 22.117- Bandhana
SN 22.118- Paripucchita 1
SN 22.118–119 Paripucchita 1–2
SN 22.119- Paripucchita 2
SN 22.120- Saññojaniya
SN 22.121- Upādāniya
SN 22.122- Sīlavanta
SN 22.122–123 Sīla, Sutavanta
SN 22.123- Sutavanta
SN 22.124- Kappa 1
SN 22.124–125 Kappa 1–2
SN 22.125- Kappa 2

Avijjā Vagga 13

🔗🔊 ~57m, SN 22: 103-159 Eng. 🤖🎙️
SN 22.126- Samudayadhamma 1
SN 22.127- Samudayadhamma 2
SN 22.127–128 Samudayadhamma 1–2
SN 22.128- Samudayadhamma 3
SN 22.129- Assāda 1
SN 22.129–130 Assāda 1–2
SN 22.130- Assāda 2
SN 22.131- Samudaya 1
SN 22.131–132 Samudaya 1–2
SN 22.132- Samudaya 2
SN 22.133- Koṭṭhita 1
SN 22.133–134 Koṭṭhita 1–2
SN 22.134- Koṭṭhita 2
SN 22.135- Koṭṭhita 3

Kukkuḷa Vagga 14

🔗🔊 ~57m, SN 22: 103-159 Eng. 🤖🎙️
SN 22.136- Kukkuḷa
SN 22.137- Anicca 1
SN 22.138- Anicca 2
SN 22.139- Anicca 3
SN 22.140- Dukkha 1
SN 22.141- Dukkha 2
SN 22.142- Dukkha 3
SN 22.143- Anatta 1
SN 22.144- Anatta 2
SN 22.145- Anatta 3
SN 22.146- Nibbidābahula
SN 22.147- Aniccānupassanā
SN 22.148-missing Dukkhānupassanā
SN 22.149-SN 22.148- Anattānupassanā

Diṭṭhi Vagga 15

🔗🔊 ~57m, SN 22: 103-159 Eng. 🤖🎙️
SN 22.150-SN 22.149- Ajjhatta
SN 22.151-SN 22.150- Etaṃ mama
SN 22.152-SN 22.151- So atta
SN 22.153-SN 22.152- No ca me siyā
SN 22.154-SN 22.153- Micchādiṭṭhi
SN 22.155-SN 22.154- Sakkāyadiṭṭhi
SN 22.156-SN 22.155- Attānudiṭṭhi
SN 22.157-SN 22.156- Abhinivesa 1
SN 22.158-SN 22.157- Abhinivesa 2
SN 22.159-SN 22.158- Ānanda


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