The Numerical Discourses of the Buddha - Thematic Guide

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The Numerical Discourses of the Buddha - Thematic Guide

Postby culaavuso » Mon Feb 10, 2014 10:41 pm

The Numerical Discourses of the Buddha (1-5)

Following the inspiration of mikenz66's post of In The Buddha's Words, this is a similar presentation of Wisdom Publication's Numerical Discourses of the Buddha - A Thematic Guide to the Aṅguttara Nikāya. This is the first of three posts due to the large size of the work. I apologize for any errors that may be present in the following text. Please let me know of any problems so I may have the opportunity to correct them.

THE NUMERICAL DISCOURSES OF THE BUDDHA - SELECTIONS

A Thematic Guide to the Aṅguttara Nikāya

I. The Buddha

1. Biographical 3:39; 4:21, 4:118, 4:127, 5:196, 8:11, 8:64, 8:69, 8:70, 9:41
2. Qualities and attainments 1:277 (Pali en), 2:37, 3:35, 3:63, 3:64, 4:1, 4:24, 4:35-36 (4:35, 4:36), 4:87, 5:100, 5:104, 6:43, 8:12, 10:30
3. The Tathāgata 1:170-174 (1:170, 1:171, 1:172, 1:173, 1:174), 1:175-186 (Pali en), 2:22-25 (2:22, 2:23, 2:24, 2:25), 2:52-56 (2:52, 2:53, 2:54, 2:55, 2:56), 3:14, 3:80; 4:8, 4:15, 4:23, 4:33, 5:11, 5:99, 5:131, 5:133, 6:64, 7:58, 8:85, 10:21-22 (10:21, 10:22), 10:81

II. The Dhamma and Discipline

1. The Dhamma in brief 4:25, 4:29-30 (4:29, 4:30), 4:188, 7:83, 8:19-20 (8:19, 8:20), 8:30, 8:53
2. The rejection of views 3:61, 3:137, 4:77, 4:173-174 (4:173, 4:174), 6:38, 6:95, 7:54, 9:38, 10:20, 10:93, 10:95-96 (10:95, 10:96)
3. A directly visible Dhamma 3:53-54 (3:53, 3:54), 3:65-66 (3:65, 3:66), 4:193, 4:195, 6:47-48 (6:47, 6:48), 9:46
4. The ninefold textual Dhamma, 4:102, 4:107, 5:73-74 (5:73, 5:74), 5:155, 6:51, 7:68
5. Preserving the Dhamma 1:130-169 (1:98-139 (Pali en), 1:140-149 (Pali en), 1:150-169 (Pali en)), 2:20, 2:41, 4:160, 4:180, 5:79-80 (5:79, 5:80), 5:154-156 (5:154, 5:155, 5:156), 5:201, 6:40, 7:59

III. The Shifting Kaleidoscope of Experience

1. Cosmological background 3:70, 3:80, 4:45-46 (4:45, 4:46), 4:156, 7:44, 7:66, 8:42, 8:70, 9:24, 10:29, 10:89
2. Happiness and sorrow 1:29-30 (1:29, 1:30), 1:324-327 (Pali en), 2:19, 2:37, 2:64-76 (Pali en), 2:250-269 (Pali en), 3:65-66 (3:65, 3:66), 4:51-52 (4:51, 4:52), 4:62, 4:193, 5:3, 5:45, 5:48-50 (5:48, 5:49, 5:50), 5:128, 5:170, 6:45, 6:75, 6:78, 7:19, 7:62, 8:6, 8:38-39 (8:38, 8:39), 8:42, 8:44, 8:54, 8:61, 9:34, 10:46, 10:65-66 (10:65, 10:66)
3. Mind is the key 1:21-52 (1:21, 1:22, 1:23, 1:24, 1:25, 1:26, 1:27, 1:28, 1:29, 1:30, 1:31, 1:32, 1:33, 1:34, 1:35, 1:36, 1:37, 1:38, 1:39, 1:40, 1:41, 1:42, 1:43, 1:44, 1:45, 1:46, 1:47, 1:48, 1:49, 1:50, 1:51, 1:52), 1:56-57 (1:56, 1:57), 3:109-110 (3:109, 3:110), 4:186
4. Kamma and its results 3:23, 3:34, 3:36, 3:74, 3:100, 3:111-112 (3:111, 3:112), 4:85, 4:134, 4:171, 4:195, 4:232-238 (4:232, 4:233, 4:234, 4:235, 4:236, 4:237, 4:238), 6:39, 6:57, 6:63 §5, 8:40, 9:13, 10:47, 10:167-233 (10:167, 10:168, 10:169, 10:170, 10:171, 10:172, 10:173, 10:174, 10:175, 10:176, 10:177, 10:178, 10:179, 10:180, 10:181, 10:182, 10:183, 10:184, 10:185, 10:186, 10:187, 10:188, 10:189, 10:190, 10:191, 10:192, 10:193, 10:194, 10:195, 10:196, 10:197, 10:198, 10:199, 10:200, 10:201, 10:202, 10:203, 10:204, 10:205, 10:206, 10:207, 10:208, 10:209, 10:210, 10:211, 10:212, 10:213, 10:214, 10:215, 10:216, 10:217, 10:218, 10:219, 10:220, 10:221, 10:222, 10:223, 10:224, 10:225, 10:226, 10:227, 10:228, 10:229, 10:230, 10:231, 10:232, 10:233)
5. The round of rebirths 1:348-377 (Pali en), 10:177, 10:216-218 (10:216, 10:217, 10:218)
6. Heaven and hell 1:290-295 (Pali en), 2:16-18 (2:16, 2:17, 2:18), 2:26-29 (2:26, 2:27, 2:28, 2:29), 2:210-229 (Pali), 3:10, 3:36, 3:113, 3:117-119 (3:117, 3:118, 3:119), 3:129, 3:146-149 (3:146, 3:147, 3:148, 3:149), 3:163-182 (Pali en), 4:64, 4:81-84 (4:81, 4:82, 4:83, 4:84), 4:212-220 (4:212, 4:213, 4:214, 4:215, 4:216, 4:217, 4:218, 4:219, 4:220), 4:239-240 (4:239, 4:240), 4:264-273 (4:264, 4:265, 4:266, 4:267, 4:268, 4:269, 4:270, 4:271, 4:272, 4:273), 5:4, 5:115-120 (5:115, 5:116, 5:117, 5:118, 5:119, 5:120), 5:129-130 (5:129, 5:130), 5:145, 5:236-240 (5:236, 5:237, 5:238, 5:239, 5:240), 5:286-302 (5:286, 5:287, 5:288, 5:289, 5:290, 5:291, 5:292, 5:293, 5:294, 5:295, 5:296, 5:297, 5:298, 5:299, 5:300, 5:301, 5:302), 6:62, 6:81-82 (6:81, 6:82), 7:72, 10:211-214 (10:211, 10:212, 10:213, 10:214), 10:220-224 (10:220, 10:221, 10:222, 10:223, 10:224), 10:229-232 (10:229, 10:230, 10:231, 10:232)

IV. Maintaining a Harmonious Household

1. The family

General 3:48, 4:258, 5:42
Parents and children 2:33, 3:31, 4:63, 5:39,
Husbands and wives 4:53-56 (4:53, 4:54, 4:55, 4:56); 5:33, 7:63, 8:46, 8:49
2. Present welfare, future welfare 4:61-62 (4:61, 4:62), 5:58, 8:49, 8:54, 8:76, 10:73
3. Wrong and right livelihood 4:79, 5:177, 6:18, 8:54, 10:91
4. Wealth 4:61-62 (4:61, 4:62), 5:41, 5:47, 5:58, 5:227, 6:45, 7:5-7 (7:5, 7:6, 7:7)
5. Sustaining wholesome relationships 4:32, 4:256, 8:24, 9:5
6. The state and the community 4:70, 7:21-22 (7:21, 7:22)
7. The wheel-turning monarch 1:278 (Pali en), 1:280 (Pali en), 2:52-55 (2:52, 2:53, 2:54, 2:55), 3:14, 4:130, 5:131-133 (5:131, 5:132, 5:133), 7:62, 7:66

V. The Way Leading Upwards

1. Faith, confidence, and reverence 3:42, 3:48, 3:75; 4:21, 4:34, 4:52, 4:65, 4:118, 5:21-22 (5:21, 5:22), 5:32, 5:38, 5:40, 5:179, 5:250, 6:30, 6:32-33 (6:32, 6:33), 6:69, 7:32-35 (7:32, 7:33, 7:34, 7:35), 7:57, 7:70, 9:27, 11:14
2. Spiritual friendship 1:70-71 (1:70, 1:71), 1:110-111 (Pali en), 1:126-127 (Pali en), 3:24, 3:26-27 (3:26, 3:27), 3:135, 4:242, 5:146, 6:67, 7:36-37 (7:36, 7:37), 8:54, 9:1, 9:3, 9:6, 10:61-62 (10:61, 10:62), 10:155-166 (10:155, 10:156, 10:157, 10:158, 10:159, 10:160, 10:161, 10:162, 10:163, 10:164, 10:165, 10:166), 10:199-210 (10:199, 10:200, 10:201, 10:202, 10:203, 10:204, 10:205, 10:206, 10:207, 10:208, 10:209, 10:210)
3. Merit 3:41, 3:45-46 (3:45, 3:46), 3:51-52 (3:51, 3:52), 4:34, 4:51-52 (4:51, 4:52), 5:43, 5:45, 5:199, 6:37, 7:62, 8:36, 8:39, 9:20
4. Giving and generosity 2:35, 2:141-150 (2:141, 2:142, 2:143, 2:144, 2:145, 2:146, 2:147, 2:148, 2:149, 2:150), 2:151-152 (Pali en), 3:41-42 (3:41, 3:42), 3:57, 4:39-40 (4:39, 4:40), 4:51, 4:57-60 (4:57, 4:58, 4:59, 4:60), 4:78-79 (4:78, 4:79), 4:197, 5:31, 5:34-37 (5:34, 5:35, 5:36, 5:37), 5:44-45 (5:44, 5:45), 5:141, 5:147-148 (5:147, 5:148), 6:37, 6:59, 7:52, 7:57, 8:31-35 (8:31, 8:32, 8:33, 8:34, 8:35), 8:37, 9:20, 10:177
5. Moral discipline

Moral shame and dread 2:9, 10:76
Bad conduct and good conduct 1:284-295 (1:278-286 (Pali en), 1:287-295 (Pali en)), 2:1, 2:3-4 (2:3, 2:4), 2:11-12 (2:11, 2:12), 2:17-19 (2:17, 2:18, 2:19), 2:34, 3:2, 3:6-8 (3:6, 3:7, 3:8), 3:14-15 (3:14, 3:15), 3:17-18 (3:17, 3:18), 3:28, 3:120-122 (3:120, 3:121, 3:122), 3:146-155 (3:146, 3:147, 3:148, 3:149, 3:150, 3:151, 3:152, 3:153, 3:154, 3:155), 4:111, 4:121, 5:213, 5:241-248 (5:241, 5:242, 5:243, 5:244, 5:245, 5:246, 5:247, 5:248), 6:57, 10:23
The five training rules 4:99, 4:201, 5:145, 5:171-174 (5:171, 5:172, 5:173, 5:174), 5:178-179 (5:178, 5:179), 5:286-302 (5:286, 5:287, 5:288, 5:289, 5:290, 5:291, 5:292, 5:293, 5:294, 5:295, 5:296, 5:297, 5:298, 5:299, 5:300, 5:301, 5:302), 8:39, 9:27, 9:63, 10:92
Wrong speech and right speech 3:28, 4:4, 4:22, 4:73, 4:82-83 (4:82, 4:83), 4:100, 4:149, 4:183, 4:221, 4:250-253 (4:250, 4:251, 4:252, 4:253), 5:116-120 (5:116, 5:117, 5:118, 5:119, 5:120), 5:198, 5:214, 5:236-238 (5:236, 5:237, 5:238), 8:67-68 (8:67, 8:68), 10:69-70 (10:69, 10:70)
The uposatha observance 3:70, 8:41-45 (8:41, 8:42, 8:43, 8:44, 8:45), 9:18, 10:46
6. Decline and progress [of lay followers] 7:29-31 (7:29, 7:30, 7:31)
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The Numerical Discourses of the Buddha (6-9)

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VI. Dispelling the World’s Enchantment

1. Acquiring a sense of urgency 1:328, 1:329-347 (1:329-332 (Pali en), 1:333-377 (Pali en)), 4:113, 5:77-78 (5:77, 5:78), 8:29
2. Old age, illness, and death 3:36, 3:39, 3:51-52 (3:51, 3:52), 3:62, 4:113, 4:119, 4:182, 4:184, 5:48-50 (5:48, 5:49, 5:50), 5:57, 6:14-16 (6:14, 6:15, 6:16), 7:74
3. Gratification, danger, and escape 3:103-106 (3:103, 3:104, 3:105, 3:106), 10:91
4. The pitfalls in sensual pleasures 3:108, 4:122, 5:7, 5:139, 6:23, 6:63 §1, 6:45, 7:72, 8:56, 9:65
5. Disenchantment with the body 9:15, 10:49
6. Universal impermanence 3:47, 4:33, 7:66, 7:74, 10:29

VII. The Defilements of the Mind

1. The springs of bad conduct

Greed, hate, delusion 2:123-124 (2:123, 2:124), 3:34-35 (3:34, 3:35), 3:53-55 (3:53, 3:54, 3:55), 3:65-66 (3:65, 3:66), 3:68-69 (3:68, 3:69), 3:71-72 (3:71, 3:72), 3:111, 4:117, 4:158, 4:193, 6:47-48 (6:47, 6:48), 6:107, 10:174
Wrong courses (four) 4:17-20 (4:17, 4:18, 4:19, 4:20)
Sexuality 1:1-10 (1:1, 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5, 1:6, 1:7, 1:8, 1:9, 1:10), 3:108, 4:159, 5:55, 5:75-76 (5:75, 5:76), 5:225-226 (5:225, 5:226), 7:50-51 (7:50, 7:51), 8:17-18 (8:17, 8:18)
Affection and hatred 4:200
Anger and resentment 3:25, 3:27, 3:132, 4:43-44 (4:43, 4:44), 4:84, 4:108, 4:110, 4:122, 4:197, 5:161-162 (5:161, 5:162), 5:215-216 (5:215, 5:216), 7:64, 7:73, 9:11, 9:29-30 (9:29, 9:30), 10:79-80 (10:79, 10:80)
Miserliness (fivefold) 5:115, 5:224, 5:239-240 (5:239, 5:240), 5:254-271 (5:254, 5:255, 5:256, 5:257, 5:258, 5:259, 5:260, 5:261, 5:262, 5:263, 5:264, 5:265, 5:266, 5:267, 5:268, 5:269, 5:270, 5:271), 9:69
Roots of dispute (six) 6:36
Defilements of ascetics (four) 4:50
2. Obstacles to meditation

Laziness 6:17, 8:80
Unwholesome thoughts and their removal 3:68-69 (3:68, 3:69), 3:100, 3:71-72 (3:71, 3:72), 3:101, 4:11-12 (4:11, 4:12), 5:200, 6:13, 10:51
Hindrances (five) 1:11-20 (1:11, 1:12, 1:13, 1:14, 1:15, 1:16, 1:17, 1:18, 1:19, 1:20), 4:61, 5:23, 5:51-52 (5:51, 5:52), 5:193, 6:27-28 (6:27, 6:28)
Mental barrenness (five) 5:205, 9:71, 10:14
Bondages of the mind (five) 5:206, 9:72, 10:14
Drowsiness 7:61
3. Bondage to saṃsāra

Craving and ignorance 3:76-77 (3:76, 3:77), 4:9, 4:199, 4:257, 6:61, 6:106, 9:23, 10:61-62 (10:61, 10:62)
Taints 2:108-117 (Pali en), 4:36, 4:195, 6:58, 6:63 §4
Inversions (four) 4:49
Bonds (four) 4:10
Fetters (four) 4:131; (five) 9:67, 9:70; (seven) 7:8-10 (7:8, 7:9, 7:10); (ten) 10:13
Underlying tendencies (seven) 7:11-12 (7:11, 7:12)
VIII. The Path of Renunciation

1. Going forth into homelessness 2:2, 3:12, 3:60, 4:122, 5:59-60 (5:59, 5:60), 5:75-76 (5:75, 5:76), 7:69, 10:48, 10:59
2. Wrong practice and right practice 1:58-75 (1:58, 1:59, 1:60, 1:61, 1:62, 1:63, 1:64, 1:65, 1:66, 1:67, 1:68, 1:69, 1:70, 1:71, 1:72, 1:73, 1:74, 1:75), 3:156, 3:157-162 (Pali en), 3:78, 3:156, 4:196, 4:198, 5:181-190 (5:181, 5:182, 5:183, 5:184, 5:185, 5:186, 5:187, 5:188, 5:189, 5:190), 10:103-166 (10:103, 10:104, 10:105, 10:106, 10:107, 10:108, 10:109, 10:110, 10:111, 10:112, 10:113, 10:114, 10:115, 10:116, 10:117, 10:118, 10:119, 10:120, 10:121, 10:122, 10:123, 10:124, 10:125, 10:126, 10:127, 10:128, 10:129, 10:130, 10:131, 10:132, 10:133, 10:134, 10:135, 10:136, 10:137, 10:138, 10:139, 10:140, 10:141, 10:142, 10:143, 10:144, 10:145, 10:146, 10:147, 10:148, 10:149, 10:150, 10:151, 10:152, 10:153, 10:154, 10:155, 10:156, 10:157, 10:158, 10:159, 10:160, 10:161, 10:162, 10:163, 10:164, 10:165, 10:166)
3. The training of the monk (general) 3:16, 3:19-20 (3:19, 3:20), 3:40, 3:49, 3:91, 3:128, 3:130, 4:27-28 (4:27, 4:28), 4:37, 4:71-72 (4:71, 4:72), 4:157, 4:245, 5:56, 5:114, 7:20, 7:42-43 (7:42, 7:43), 7:67, 7:71, 8:30, 9:1, 9:3, 10:17-18 (10:17, 10:18), 10:48, 10:101
4. Monastic discipline 1:15, 2:127-129 (2:127, 2:128, 2:129), 2:280-309 (Pali en), 4:12, 4:244, 5:251-253 (5:251, 5:252, 5:253), 5:272-285 (5:272, 5:273, 5:274, 5:275, 5:276, 5:277, 5:278, 5:279, 5:280, 5:281, 5:282, 5:283, 5:284, 5:285), 7:75-82 (7:75, 7:76, 7:77, 7:78, 7:79, 7:80, 7:81, 7:82), 10:31-36 (10:31, 10:32, 10:33, 10:34, 10:35, 10:36), 10:44, 10:71
5. Reproving others 5:167, 10:44
6. Aids to the training

Heedfulness 1:58-59 (1:58, 1:59), 1:98-99 (Pali en), 1:114-115 (Pali en), 4:116-117 (4:116, 4:117), 6:53, 10:15
Careful attention 1:20, 1:66-67 (1:66, 1:67), 1:74-75 (1:74, 1:75), 1:106-107 (Pali en), 1:122-123 (Pali en)
Seclusion 2:30, 4:138, 4:262, 5:110, 5:127, 5:176, 6:42, 8:86
Health 5:29, 5:123-126 (5:123, 5:124, 5:125, 5:126), 5:207-208 (5:207, 5:208)
Trainee’s powers 5:1-12 (5:1, 5:2, 5:3, 5:4, 5:5, 5:6, 5:7, 5:8, 5:9, 5:10, 5:11, 5:12), 7:15
Factors of striving (five) 5:53-54 (5:53, 5:54), 5:135-136 (5:135, 5:136), 10:11
Aids to self-confidence (five) 5:101
7. The sequential course of practice

Virtue, concentration, wisdom 3:73, 3:81-90 (3:81, 3:82, 3:83, 3:84, 3:85, 3:86, 3:87, 3:88, 3:89, 3:90), 3:92, 4:2, 4:136-137 (4:136, 4:137), 6:105, 9:12
Proximate causes 5:24, 6:50, 7:65, 8:81, 10:1-3 (10:1, 10:2, 10:3), 11:1-3 (11:1, 11:2, 11:3)
Modes of practice 4:161-170 (4:161, 4:162, 4:163, 4:164, 4:165, 4:166, 4:167, 4:168, 4:169, 4:170)
Four purifications 4:194
From faith to liberation 4:198, 10:99
From right association to liberation 10:61-62 (10:61, 10:62)
Ending birth and death 10:76
8. Decline and progress [of monks] 2:200-209 (Pali), 4:158, 5:8-10 (5:8, 5:9, 5:10), 5:89-90 (5:89, 5:90), 5:149-150 (5:149, 5:150), 6:21-22 (6:21, 6:22), 6:31-33 (6:31, 6:32, 6:33), 6:62, 6:68-69 (6:68, 6:69), 7:23-28 (7:23, 7:24, 7:25, 7:26, 7:27, 7:28), 7:32-35 (7:32, 7:33, 7:34, 7:35), 8:79, 9:6, 10:53-55 (10:53, 10:54, 10:55), 10:67-68 (10:67, 10:68), 10:82, 10:84-86 (10:84, 10:85, 10:86), 11:17
9. Giving up the training 3:39, 4:122, 5:5, 5:75-76 (5:75, 5:76), 6:60, 8:14

IX. Meditation

1. Serenity and insight 2:31, 4:92-94 (4:92, 4:93, 4:94), 4:170, 5:73-74 (5:73, 5:74), 9:4, 10:54
2. Aids to meditation

Establishments of mindfulness (four) 3:156, 6:117-118 (6:117, 6:118), 9:63-72 (9:63, 9:64, 9:65, 9:66, 9:67, 9:68, 9:69, 9:70, 9:71, 9:72)
Right striving (four) and right effort 2:5, 3:157 (Pali en), 4:13-14 (4:13, 4:14), 4:69, 6:55, 8:80, 9:73-82 (9:73, 9:74, 9:75, 9:76, 9:77, 9:78, 9:79, 9:80, 9:81, 9:82)
Bases of psychic potency (four) 5:67-68 (5:67, 5:68), 9:83-92 (9:83, 9:84, 9:85, 9:86, 9:87, 9:88, 9:89, 9:90, 9:91, 9:92)
Faculties (four) 4:151; (five) 6:3
Powers (two) 2:11-13 (2:11, 2:12, 2:13); (four) 4:152-155 (4:152, 4:153, 4:154, 4:155), 4:261, 9:5; (five) 5:13-16 (5:13, 5:14, 5:15, 5:16), 6:4; (seven) 7:3-4 (7:3, 7:4)
Factors of enlightenment (seven) 1:74-75 (1:74, 1:75), 4:14, 4:238, 10:102
3. Subjects of meditation

Overview 1:394, 1:395-574 (1:395-401 (Pali en), 1:402-405 (Pali en), 1:406-409 (Pali en), 1:410-413 (Pali en), 1:414-418 (Pali en), 1:419-423 (Pali en), 1:424-430 (Pali en), 1:431-438 (Pali en), 1:439-446 (Pali en), 1:447-454 (Pali en), 1:455-464 (Pali en), 1:465-474 (Pali en), 1:475-484 (Pali en), 1:485-494 (Pali en), 1:495-534 (Pali en), 1:535-574 (Pali en))
Mindfulness of the body 1:575-582 (Pali en), 1:583-585 (1:583, 1:584, 1:585), 1:586-627 (1:586-590 (Pali en), 1:591-592 (Pali en), 1:593-595 (Pali en), 1:596-599 (Pali en), 1:600-615 (Pali en), 1:616-627 (Pali en)), 9:11,
Mindfulness of breathing 5:96-98 (5:96, 5:97, 5:98), 10:60
Walking meditation 5:29
Perceptions and contemplations 5:30, 5:57, 5:61-62 (5:61, 5:62), 5:69-72 (5:69, 5:70, 5:71, 5:72), 5:121-122 (5:121, 5:122), 5:144, 6:35, 6:102-104 (6:102, 6:103, 6:104), 7:16-19 (7:16, 7:17, 7:18, 7:19), 7:48-49 (7:48, 7:49), 7:55, 9:1, 9:3, 9:16, 10:56-57 (10:56, 10:57), 10:59-60 (10:59, 10:60), 10:101
Mindfulness of death 6:19-20 (6:19, 6:20), 8:73-74 (8:73, 8:74)
Recollections 1:296-305 (Pali en), 3:70, 6:9-10 (6:9, 6:10), 6:25-26 (6:25, 6:26), 11:11-13 (11:11, 11:12, 11:13)
Loving kindness and the four immeasurables 1:53-55 (1:53, 1:54, 1:55), 3:63, 3:65, 3:70, 4:67, 4:125-126 (4:125, 4:126), 4:190, 6:13, 7:62, 8:1, 8:63, 9:18, 10:219, 11:15-16 (11:15, 11:16)
Kasiṇas (ten) 10:25-26 (10:25, 10:26), 10:29
4. Concentration 3:32, 3:101-102 (3:101, 3:102), 4:41, 5:27-28 (5:27, 5:28), 5:113, 6:24, 6:70, 6:72-74 (6:72, 6:73, 6:74), 7:40-41 (7:40, 7:41), 7:45, 7:67, 8:63, 9:37, 10:6-7 (10:6, 10:7), 11:7-9 (11:7, 11:8, 11:9), 11:16
5. The stages of meditative development 5:28

Jhānas 3:58, 3:63, 4:123-124 (4:123, 4:124), 4:190, 5:28, 6:60, 6:73-74 (6:73, 6:74), 11:16
Eight bases of overcoming 8:65, 10:29
Eight emancipations 8:66
Nine progressive attainments 9:31-61 (9:31, 9:32, 9:33, 9:34, 9:35, 9:36, 9:37, 9:38, 9:39, 9:40, 9:41, 9:42, 9:43, 9:44, 9:45, 9:46, 9:47, 9:48, 9:49, 9:50, 9:51, 9:52, 9:53, 9:54, 9:55, 9:56, 9:57, 9:58, 9:59, 9:60, 9:61)
6. Meditative attainments and rebirth 3:116, 4:123-126 (4:123, 4:124, 4:125, 4:126)
7. Three true knowledges 3:58-59 (3:58, 3:59)
8. Six direct knowledges 3:101-102 (3:101, 3:102), 5:23, 5:28, 5:67-68 (5:67, 5:68), 6:2, 6:70, 9:35
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The Numerical Discourses of the Buddha (10-14)

Postby culaavuso » Mon Feb 10, 2014 10:44 pm

X. Wisdom

1. Praise of wisdom 4:141-145 (4:141, 4:142, 4:143, 4:144, 4:145)
2. Aids to the growth of wisdom 4:248, 8:2,
3. Right view (and wrong view) 1:268-276 (Pali en), 1:306-318 (1:306, 1:307, 1:308, 1:309, 1:310, 1:311, 1:312, 1:313, 1:314, 1:315, 1:316, 1:317, 1:318), 2:125-126 (2:125, 2:126), 5:25, 6:98-101 (6:98, 6:99, 6:100, 6:101), 10:93
4. Learning the Dhamma 3:20, 3:30, 3:67, 3:127, 4:6, 4:102, 4:107, 4:191, 5:26, 5:65-66 (5:65, 5:66), 5:73-74 (5:73, 5:74), 5:151-153 (5:151, 5:152, 5:153), 5:165, 5:169, 5:194, 5:202, 6:51, 6:56, 6:86-88 (6:86, 6:87, 6:88), 8:82, 9:4
5. Teaching the Dhamma 1:320-327 (1:320-321 (Pali en), 1:322-323 (Pali en), 1:324-327 (Pali en)), 2:14, 3:14, 3:22, 3:43-44 (3:43, 3:44), 3:125, 3:131, 4:42, 4:48, 4:111, 4:128, 4:139-140 (4:139, 4:140), 5:26, 5:99, 5:131-133 (5:131, 5:132, 5:133), 5:157, 5:159, 9:4, 10:83
6. The domain of wisdom

Dependent origination 3:61, 10:92
The five aggregates 4:41, 4:90, 9:66
The three characteristics (collectively) 3:136, 4:49, 6:98-100 (6:98, 6:99, 6:100), 6:102-104 (6:102, 6:103, 6:104), 7:16-18 (7:16, 7:17, 7:18), 10:93
Non-self 3:32-33 (3:32, 3:33), 4:177
Four noble truths 3:58, 3:61, 4:186, 4:190, 9:13
Questions and answers 6:63, 8:83, 9:14, 10:27-28 (10:27, 10:28), 10:58
7. The fruits of wisdom

The fixed course of rightness 3:22, 5:151-153 (5:151, 5:152, 5:153), 6:86-88 (6:86, 6:87, 6:88), 6:98-101 (6:98, 6:99, 6:100, 6:101)
Analytical knowledges 4:172, 5:86, 5:95, 7:38-39 (7:38, 7:39)
Liberation 2:31, 2:87 (Pali en), 3:101-102, 4:178, 5:25-26 (5:25, 5:26), 5:71-72 (5:71, 5:72), 5:134, 5:170, 7:55, 9:36, 10:95, 11:16
8. Nibbāna 3:32, 3:55, 4:169, 4:179, 7:19, 9:34, 9:36, 9:47-51 (9:47, 9:48, 9:49, 9:50, 9:51), 10:6-7 (10:6, 10:7), 10:29, 11:7-8 (11:7, 11:8)

XI. The Institutional Saṅgha

1. Good and bad assemblies 2:42-51 (2:42, 2:43, 2:44, 2:45, 2:46, 2:47, 2:48, 2:49, 2:50, 2:51), 2:62, 3:95, 4:7, 4:190, 4:211
2. Disputes, schism, and harmony 2:15, 2:63, 3:95, 3:124, 4:243, 5:54, 5:78, 6:11-12 (6:11, 6:12), 6:36, 6:46, 6:54, 7:23, 10:37-43 (10:37, 10:38, 10:39, 10:40, 10:41, 10:42, 10:43), 10:50, 10:87
3. Saṅgha and laity 5:111, 5:225-226 (5:225, 5:226), 7:13, 8:87-89 (8:87, 8:88, 8:89), 9:17, 9:19

XII. The Community of Noble Ones

1. Types of noble ones 2:36, 3:21, 3:25, 3:86-88 (3:86, 3:87, 3:88), 4:5, 4:87-90 (4:87, 4:88, 4:89, 4:90), 4:131, 4:241, 7:14-16 (7:14, 7:15, 7:16), 7:55-56 (7:55, 7:56), 8:59-60 (8:59, 8:60), 9:9-10 (9:9, 9:10), 9:12, 9:43-45 (9:43, 9:44, 9:45), 10:16, 10:63-64 (10:63, 10:64)
2. The stream-enterer 1:268-276 (Pali en), 5:179, 6:10, 6:34, 6:89-95 (6:89, 6:90, 6:91, 6:92, 6:93, 6:94, 6:95), 6:97, 9:27, 10:92
3. The non-returner 2:36, 3:94, 4:124, 4:126, 6:65, 10:219
4. The arahant 3:25, 3:58-59 (3:58, 3:59), 3:93, 3:143-145 (3:143, 3:144, 3:145), 4:38, 4:87, 4:195, 5:71, 5:107-108 (5:107, 5:108), 6:2-4 (6:2, 6:3, 6:4), 6:49, 6:55, 6:66, 6:76, 6:83, 8:28, 9:7-8 (9:7, 9:8), 9:25-26 (9:25, 9:26), 10:12, 10:19-20 (10:19, 10:20), 10:90, 10:100, 10:111-112 (10:111, 10:112), 11:10

XIII. Types of Persons

1. Assessing people 4:192, 6:44, 6:52, 6:57, 6:62, 7:68, 10:75
2. The fool and the wise person 2:21, 2:38, 2:98, 2:99-107 (Pali en), 3:1-8 (3:1, 3:2, 3:3, 3:4, 3:5, 3:6, 3:7, 3:8), 4:115, 10:233-236 (10:233, 10:234, 10:235, 10:236)
3. The bad person and the good person 2:32, 2:134-137 (2:134, 2:135, 2:136, 2:137), 3:9, 3:150-153 (3:150, 3:151, 3:152, 3:153), 4:3-4 (4:3, 4:4), 4:43, 4:73, 4:91, 4:109, 4:135, 4:187, 4:201-210 (4:201, 4:202, 4:203, 4:204, 4:205, 4:206, 4:207, 4:208, 4:209, 4:210), 4:222-230 (4:222, 4:223, 4:224, 4:225, 4:226, 4:227, 4:228, 4:229, 4:230), 4:263
4. The blameworthy monk and the esteemed monk 3:11, 3:13, 3:50, 3:91, 3:99, 3:123; 4:26, 4:200, 5:81-85 (5:81, 5:82, 5:83, 5:84, 5:85), 5:88, 5:111-112 (5:111, 5:112), 5:138-139 (5:138, 5:139), 5:231, 6:59, 7:1-2 (7:1, 7:2), 8:3-4 (8:3, 8:4), 10:23-24 (10:23, 10:24), 10:87, 11:17
5. The bad monk 2:39, 3:27, 3:50, 4:68, 4:243, 5:102-103 (5:102, 5:103), 5:211-212 (5:211, 5:212), 6:45, 7:72, 8:10, 8:14, 8:20, 8:90, 10:77, 10:84-86 (10:84, 10:85, 10:86), 10:88-89 (10:88, 10:89), 11:6
6. The exemplary monk 1:394, 1:395-574 (1:395-401 (Pali en), 1:402-405 (Pali en), 1:406-409 (Pali en), 1:410-413 (Pali en), 1:414-418 (Pali en), 1:419-423 (Pali en), 1:424-430 (Pali en), 1:431-438 (Pali en), 1:439-446 (Pali en), 1:447-454 (Pali en), 1:455-464 (Pali en), 1:465-474 (Pali en), 1:475-484 (Pali en), 1:485-494 (Pali en), 1:495-534 (Pali en), 1:535-574 (Pali en)), 2:130-131 (2:130, 2:131), 3:49, 3:96-98 (3:96, 3:97, 3:98), 3:133, 3:140-142 (3:140, 3:141, 3:142); 4:22, 4:38, 4:112, 4:114, 4:176, 4:181, 4:259-260 (4:259, 4:260), 5:86-87 (5:86, 5:87), 5:104, 5:107-109 (5:107, 5:108, 5:109), 5:140, 5:232-235 (5:232, 5:233, 5:234, 5:235), 6:1-7 (6:1, 6:2, 6:3, 6:4, 6:5, 6:6, 6:7), 7:68, 8:13, 8:57-58 (8:57, 8:58), 8:71-72 (8:71, 8:72), 9:22, 10:8-10 (10:8, 10:9, 10:10), 10:70, 10:97, 11:14
7. One’s own welfare and others’ welfare 4:95-99 (4:95, 4:96, 4:97, 4:98, 4:99), 4:186, 5:17-20 (5:17, 5:18, 5:19, 5:20), 7:68, 8:25, 8:62
8. Laypersons, good and bad 2:132-133 (2:132, 2:133), 3:79, 4:60, 4:176, 5:42, 5:47, 5:58, 5:63-64 (5:63, 5:64), 5:171-175 (5:171, 5:172, 5:173, 5:174, 5:175), 6:16, 7:53, 8:21-24 (8:21, 8:22, 8:23, 8:24), 8:25, 8:38, 10:74. 11:11-13 (11:11, 11:12, 11:13)
9. Bhikkhunīs 4:159, 5:115-120 (5:115, 5:116, 5:117, 5:118, 5:119, 5:120), 7:56, 8:51-52 (8:51, 8:52), 10:28
10. Women 1:279-283 (Pali en), 2:61, 3:129, 4:80, 4:197, 5:55, 5:229-230 (5:229, 5:230), 7:63, 8:46, 8:49, 8:51, 10:213-215 (10:213, 10:214, 10:215)

XIV. Closing Repetition Series

Twos
Serenity and insight
Threes
Emptiness concentration, markless concentration, wishless concentration
Fours

(1) Four establishments of mindfulness
(2) Four right strivings
(3) Four bases of psychic potency

Fives

(1) Five perceptions: of unattractiveness, of death, of danger, of the repulsiveness of food, and of non-delight in the entire world
(2) Five perceptions: of impermanence, of non-self, of death, of the repulsiveness of food, and of non-delight in the entire world
(3) Five perceptions: of impermanence, of suffering in what is impermanent, of non-self in what is suffering, of abandoning, and of dispassion
(4) Five faculties
(5) Five powers

Sixes

(1) Six unsurpassed things: the unsurpassed sight, hearing, gain, training, service, and recollection
(2) Six recollections: recollection of the Buddha, of the Dhamma, of the Saṅgha, of virtuous behavior, of generosity, and of the deities
(3) Six perceptions: of impermanence, of suffering in what is impermanent, of non-self in what is suffering, of abandoning, of dispassion, and of cessation

Sevens

(1) Seven factors of enlightenment
(2) Seven perceptions: of impermanence, of non-self, of unattractiveness, of danger, of abandoning, of dispassion, and of cessation
(3) Seven perceptions: of unattractiveness, of death, of the repulsiveness of food, of non-delight in the entire world, of impermanence, of suffering in the impermanent, and of non-self in what is suffering

Eights

(1) Eight noble path factors
(2) Eight bases of overcoming
(3) Eight emancipations

Nines

(1) Nine perceptions: of unattractiveness, of death, of the repulsiveness of food, of non-delight in the entire world, of impermanence, of suffering in the impermanent, of non-self in what is suffering, of abandoning, and of dispassion
(2) Nine progressive dwellings

Tens

(1) Ten perceptions: of unattractiveness, of death, of the repulsiveness of food, of non-delight in the entire world, of impermanence, of suffering in the impermanent, of non-self in what is suffering, of abandoning, of dispassion, and of cessation
(2) Ten perceptions: of impermanence, of non-self, of the repulsiveness of food, of non-delight in the entire world, of a skeleton, of a worm-infested corpse, of a livid corpse, of a festering corpse, of a fissured corpse, and of a bloated corpse
(3) Right view, right intention, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, right concentration, right knowledge, and right liberation

Elevens

The four jhānas; the liberation of the mind by loving-kindness, compassion, altruistic joy, and equanimity; the base of the infinity of space, the base of the infinity of consciousness, and the base of nothingness
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Re: In the Buddha's Words - Open Source Version

Postby Unrul3r » Mon Aug 04, 2014 4:12 pm

There you go, Mike (with no overkill):

A Thematic Guide to the Aṅguttara Nikāya

I. The Buddha

1. Biographical 3:39; 4:21, 4:118, 4:127, 5:196, 8:11, 8:64, 8:69, 8:70, 9:41
2. Qualities and attainments 1:277, 2:37, 3:35, 3:63, 3:64, 4:1, 4:24, 4:3536, 4:87, 5:100, 5:104, 6:43, 8:12, 10:30
3. The Tathāgata 1:17086, 2:2225, 2:5256, 3:14, 3:80; 4:8, 4:15, 4:23, 4:33, 5:11, 5:99, 5:131, 5:133, 6:64, 7:58, 8:85, 10:2122, 10:81

II. The Dhamma and Discipline

1. The Dhamma in brief 4:25, 4:2930, 4:188, 7:83, 8:1920, 8:30, 8:53
2. The rejection of views 3:61, 3:137, 4:77, 4:17374, 6:38, 6:95, 7:54, 9:38, 10:20, 10:93, 10:9596
3. A directly visible Dhamma 3:5354, 3:6566, 4:193, 4:195, 6:4748, 9:46
4. The ninefold textual Dhamma, 4:102, 4:107, 5:7374, 5:155, 6:51, 7:68
5. Preserving the Dhamma 1:13069, 2:20, 2:41, 4:160, 4:180, 5:7980, 5:15456, 5:201, 6:40, 7:59

III. The Shifting Kaleidoscope of Experience

1. Cosmological background 3:70, 3:80, 4:4546, 4:156, 7:44, 7:66, 8:42, 8:70, 9:24, 10:29, 10:89
2. Happiness and sorrow 1:2930, 1:32427, 2:19, 2:37, 2:6476, 2:25069, 3:6566, 4:5152, 4:62, 4:193, 5:3, 5:45, 5:4850, 5:128, 5:170, 6:45, 6:75, 6:78, 7:19, 7:62, 8:6, 8:3839, 8:42, 8:44, 8:54, 8:61, 9:34, 10:46, 10:6566
3. Mind is the key 1:2152, 1:5657, 3:10910, 4:186
4. Kamma and its results 3:23, 3:34, 3:36, 3:74, 3:100, 3:11112, 4:85, 4:134, 4:171, 4:195, 4:23238, 6:39, 6:57, 6:63 §5, 8:40, 9:13, 10:47, 10:167233
5. The round of rebirths 1:34877, 10:177, 10:216218
6. Heaven and hell 1:29095, 2:1618, 2:2629, 2:21029, 3:10, 3:36, 3:113, 3:11719, 3:129, 3:14649, 3:16382, 4:64, 4:8184, 4:212220, 4:23940, 4:26473, 5:4, 5:11520, 5:12930, 5:145, 5:23640, 5:286302, 6:62, 6:8182, 7:72, 10:211214, 10:22024, 10:22932

IV. Maintaining a Harmonious Household

1. The family
  1. General 3:48, 4:258, 5:42
  2. Parents and children 2:33, 3:31, 4:63, 5:39
  3. Husbands and wives 4:5356; 5:33, 7:63, 8:46, 8:49
2. Present welfare, future welfare 4:6162, 5:58, 8:49, 8:54, 8:76, 10:73
3. Wrong and right livelihood 4:79, 5:177, 6:18, 8:54, 10:91
4. Wealth 4:6162, 5:41, 5:47, 5:58, 5:227, 6:45, 7:57
5. Sustaining wholesome relationships 4:32, 4:256, 8:24, 9:5
6. The state and the community 4:70, 7:2122
7. The wheel-turning monarch 1:278, 1:280, 2:5255, 3:14, 4:130, 5:13133, 7:62, 7:66

V. The Way Leading Upwards

1. Faith, confidence, and reverence 3:42, 3:48, 3:75; 4:21, 4:34, 4:52, 4:65, 4:118, 5:2122, 5:32, 5:38, 5:40, 5:179, 5:250, 6:30, 6:3233, 6:69, 7:3235, 7:57, 7:70, 9:27, 11:14
2. Spiritual friendship 1:7071, 1:110111, 1:12627, 3:24, 3:2627, 3:135, 4:242, 5:146, 6:67, 7:3637, 8:54, 9:1, 9:3, 9:6, 10:6162, 10:15566, 10:199210
3. Merit 3:41, 3:4546, 3:5152, 4:34, 4:5152, 5:43, 5:45, 5:199, 6:37, 7:62, 8:36, 8:39, 9:20
4. Giving and generosity 2:35, 2:14152, 3:4142, 3:57, 4:3940, 4:51, 4:5760, 4:7879, 4:197, 5:31, 5:3437, 5:4445, 5:141, 5:14748, 6:37, 6:59, 7:52, 7:57, 8:3135, 8:37, 9:20, 10:177
5. Moral discipline
  1. Moral shame and dread 2:9, 10:76
  2. Bad conduct and good conduct 1:28495, 2:1, 2:34, 2:1112, 2:1719, 2:34, 3:2, 3:68, 3:1415, 3:1718, 3:28, 3:12022, 3:14655, 4:111, 4:121, 5:213, 5:24148, 6:57, 10:23
  3. The five training rules 4:99, 4:201, 5:145, 5:17174, 5:17879, 5:286302, 8:39, 9:27, 9:63, 10:92
  4. Wrong speech and right speech 3:28, 4:4, 4:22, 4:73, 4:8283, 4:100, 4:149, 4:183, 4:221, 4:25053, 5:11620, 5:198, 5:214, 5:23638, 8:6768, 10:6970
  5. The uposatha observance 3:70, 8:4145, 9:18, 10:46
6. Decline and progress [of lay followers] 7:2931

VI. Dispelling the World’s Enchantment

1. Acquiring a sense of urgency 1:32847, 4:113, 5:7778, 8:29
2. Old age, illness, and death 3:36, 3:39, 3:5152, 3:62, 4:113, 4:119, 4:182, 4:184, 5:4850, 5:57, 6:1416, 7:74
3. Gratification, danger, and escape 3:1036, 10:91
4. The pitfalls in sensual pleasures 3:108, 4:122, 5:7, 5:139, 6:23, 6:63 §1, 6:45, 7:72, 8:56, 9:65
5. Disenchantment with the body 9:15, 10:49
6. Universal impermanence 3:47, 4:33, 7:66, 7:74, 10:29

VII. The Defilements of the Mind

1. The springs of bad conduct
  1. Greed, hate, delusion 2:12324, 3:3435, 3:5355, 3:6566, 3:6869, 3:7172, 3:111, 4:117, 4:158, 4:193, 6:4748, 6:107, 10:174
  2. Wrong courses (four) 4:1720
  3. Sexuality 1:110, 3:108, 4:159, 5:55, 5:7576, 5:22526, 7:5051, 8:1718
  4. Affection and hatred 4:200
  5. Anger and resentment 3:25, 3:27, 3:132, 4:4344, 4:84, 4:108, 4:110, 4:122, 4:197, 5:16162, 5:21516, 7:64, 7:73, 9:11, 9:2930, 10:7980
  6. Miserliness (fivefold) 5:115, 5:224, 5:23940, 5:25471, 9:69
  7. Roots of dispute (six) 6:36
  8. Defilements of ascetics (four) 4:50
2. Obstacles to meditation
  1. Laziness 6:17, 8:80
  2. Unwholesome thoughts and their removal 3:6869, 3:100, 3:7172, 3:101, 4:1112, 5:200, 6:13, 10:51
  3. Hindrances (five) 1:1120, 4:61, 5:23, 5:5152, 5:193, 6:2728
  4. Mental barrenness (five) 5:205, 9:71, 10:14
  5. Bondages of the mind (five) 5:206, 9:72, 10:14
  6. Drowsiness 7:61
3. Bondage to saṃsāra
  1. Craving and ignorance 3:7677, 4:9, 4:199, 4:257, 6:61, 6:106, 9:23, 10:6162
  2. Taints 2:10817, 4:36, 4:195, 6:58, 6:63 §4
  3. Inversions (four) 4:49
  4. Bonds (four) 4:10
  5. Fetters (four) 4:131; (five) 9:67, 9:70; (seven) 7:810; (ten) 10:13
  6. Underlying tendencies (seven) 7:1112
VIII. The Path of Renunciation

1. Going forth into homelessness 2:2, 3:12, 3:60, 4:122, 5:5960, 5:7576, 7:69, 10:48, 10:59
2. Wrong practice and right practice 1:5875, 3:15662, 3:78, 3:156, 4:196, 4:198, 5:18190, 10:103166
3. The training of the monk (general) 3:16, 3:1920, 3:40, 3:49, 3:91, 3:128, 3:130, 4:2728, 4:37, 4:7172, 4:157, 4:245, 5:56, 5:114, 7:20, 7:4243, 7:67, 7:71, 8:30, 9:1, 9:3, 10:1718, 10:48, 10:101
4. Monastic discipline 1:15, 2:12729, 2:280309, 4:12, 4:244, 5:25153, 5:27285, 7:7582, 10:3136, 10:44, 10:71
5. Reproving others 5:167, 10:44
6. Aids to the training
  1. Heedfulness 1:5859, 1:9899, 1:11415, 4:11617, 6:53, 10:15
  2. Careful attention 1:20, 1:6667, 1:7475, 1:1067, 1:12223
  3. Seclusion 2:30, 4:138, 4:262, 5:110, 5:127, 5:176, 6:42, 8:86
  4. Health 5:29, 5:12326, 5:2078
  5. Trainee’s powers 5:112, 7:15
  6. Factors of striving (five) 5:5354, 5:13536, 10:11
  7. Aids to self-confidence (five) 5:101
7. The sequential course of practice
  1. Virtue, concentration, wisdom 3:73, 3:8190, 3:92, 4:2, 4:13637, 6:105, 9:12
  2. Proximate causes 5:24, 6:50, 7:65, 8:81, 10:13, 11:13
  3. Modes of practice 4:16170
  4. Four purifications 4:194
  5. From faith to liberation 4:198, 10:99
  6. From right association to liberation 10:6162
  7. Ending birth and death 10:76
8. Decline and progress [of monks] 2:2009, 4:158, 5:810, 5:8990, 5:14950, 6:2122, 6:3133, 6:62, 6:6869, 7:2328, 7:3235, 8:79, 9:6, 10:5355, 10:6768, 10:82, 10:8486, 11:17
9. Giving up the training 3:39, 4:122, 5:5, 5:7576, 6:60, 8:14

IX. Meditation

1. Serenity and insight 2:31, 4:9294, 4:170, 5:7374, 9:4, 10:54
2. Aids to meditation
  1. Establishments of mindfulness (four) 3:156, 6:11718, 9:6372
  2. Right striving (four) and right effort 2:5, 3:157, 4:1314, 4:69, 6:55, 8:80, 9:7382
  3. Bases of psychic potency (four) 5:6768, 9:8392
  4. Faculties (four) 4:151; (five) 6:3
  5. Powers (two) 2:1113; (four) 4:15255, 4:261, 9:5; (five) 5:1316, 6:4; (seven) 7:34
  6. Factors of enlightenment (seven) 1:7475, 4:14, 4:238, 10:102
3. Subjects of meditation
  1. Overview 1:394574
  2. Mindfulness of the body 1:575627, 9:11,
  3. Mindfulness of breathing 5:9698, 10:60
  4. Walking meditation 5:29
  5. Perceptions and contemplations 5:30, 5:57, 5:6162, 5:6972, 5:12122, 5:144, 6:35, 6:1024, 7:1619, 7:4849, 7:55, 9:1, 9:3, 9:16, 10:5657, 10:5960, 10:101
  6. Mindfulness of death 6:1920, 8:7374
  7. Recollections 1:296305, 3:70, 6:910, 6:2526, 11:1113
  8. Loving kindness and the four immeasurables 1:5355, 3:63, 3:65, 3:70, 4:67, 4:12526, 4:190, 6:13, 7:62, 8:1, 8:63, 9:18, 10:219, 11:1516
  9. Kasiṇas (ten) 10:2526, 10:29
4. Concentration 3:32, 3:1012, 4:41, 5:2728, 5:113, 6:24, 6:70, 6:7274, 7:4041, 7:45, 7:67, 8:63, 9:37, 10:67, 11:79, 11:16
5. The stages of meditative development
  1. Jhānas 3:58, 3:63, 4:12324, 4:190, 5:28, 6:60, 6:7374, 11:16
  2. Eight bases of overcoming 8:65, 10:29
  3. Eight emancipations 8:66
  4. Nine progressive attainments 9:3161
6. Meditative attainments and rebirth 3:116, 4:12326
7. Three true knowledges 3:5859
8. Six direct knowledges 3:1012, 5:23, 5:28, 5:6768, 6:2, 6:70, 9:35

X. Wisdom

1. Praise of wisdom 4:14145
2. Aids to the growth of wisdom 4:248, 8:2,
3. Right view (and wrong view) 1:26876, 1:30618, 2:12526, 5:25, 6:98101, 10:93
4. Learning the Dhamma 3:20, 3:30, 3:67, 3:127, 4:6, 4:102, 4:107, 4:191, 5:26, 5:6566, 5:7374, 5:15153, 5:165, 5:169, 5:194, 5:202, 6:51, 6:56, 6:8688, 8:82, 9:4
5. Teaching the Dhamma 1:32027, 2:14, 3:14, 3:22, 3:4344, 3:125, 3:131, 4:42, 4:48, 4:111, 4:128, 4:13940, 5:26, 5:99, 5:13133, 5:157, 5:159, 9:4, 10:83
6. The domain of wisdom
  1. Dependent origination 3:61, 10:92
  2. The five aggregates 4:41, 4:90, 9:66
  3. The three characteristics (collectively) 3:136, 4:49, 6:98100, 6:1024, 7:1618, 10:93
  4. Non-self 3:3233, 4:177
  5. Four noble truths 3:58, 3:61, 4:186, 4:190, 9:13
  6. Questions and answers 6:63, 8:83, 9:14, 10:2728, 10:58
7. The fruits of wisdom
  1. The fixed course of rightness 3:22, 5:15153, 6:8688, 6:98101
  2. Analytical knowledges 4:172, 5:86, 5:95, 7:3839
  3. Liberation 2:31, 2:87, 3:101-102, 4:178, 5:2526, 5:7172, 5:134, 5:170, 7:55, 9:36, 10:95, 11:16
8. Nibbāna 3:32, 3:55, 4:169, 4:179, 7:19, 9:34, 9:36, 9:4751, 10:67, 10:29, 11:78

XI. The Institutional Saṅgha

1. Good and bad assemblies 2:4251, 2:62, 3:95, 4:7, 4:190, 4:211
2. Disputes, schism, and harmony 2:15, 2:63, 3:95, 3:124, 4:243, 5:54, 5:78, 6:1112, 6:36, 6:46, 6:54, 7:23, 10:3743, 10:50, 10:87
3. Saṅgha and laity 5:111, 5:22526, 7:13, 8:8789, 9:17, 9:19

(Continued below)
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Re: In the Buddha's Words - Open Source Version

Postby Unrul3r » Mon Aug 04, 2014 4:13 pm

XII. The Community of Noble Ones

1. Types of noble ones 2:36, 3:21, 3:25, 3:8688, 4:5, 4:8790, 4:131, 4:241, 7:1416, 7:5556, 8:5960, 9:910, 9:12, 9:4345, 10:16, 10:6364
2. The stream-enterer 1:26876, 5:179, 6:10, 6:34, 6:8995, 6:97, 9:27, 10:92
3. The non-returner 2:36, 3:94, 4:124, 4:126, 6:65, 10:219
4. The arahant 3:25, 3:5859, 3:93, 3:14345, 4:38, 4:87, 4:195, 5:71, 5:1078, 6:24, 6:49, 6:55, 6:66, 6:76, 6:83, 8:28, 9:78, 9:2526, 10:12, 10:1920, 10:90, 10:100, 10:11112, 11:10

XIII. Types of Persons

1. Assessing people 4:192, 6:44, 6:52, 6:57, 6:62, 7:68, 10:75
2. The fool and the wise person 2:21, 2:38, 2:98107, 3:18, 4:115, 10:23336
3. The bad person and the good person 2:32, 2:13437, 3:9, 3:15053, 4:34, 4:43, 4:73, 4:91, 4:109, 4:135, 4:187, 4:20110, 4:22230, 4:263
4. The blameworthy monk and the esteemed monk 3:11, 3:13, 3:50, 3:91, 3:99, 3:123; 4:26, 4:200, 5:8185, 5:88, 5:11112, 5:13839, 5:231, 6:59, 7:12, 8:34, 10:2324, 10:87, 11:17
5. The bad monk 2:39, 3:27, 3:50, 4:68, 4:243, 5:1023, 5:21112, 6:45, 7:72, 8:10, 8:14, 8:20, 8:90, 10:77, 10:8486, 10:8889, 11:6
6. The exemplary monk 1:394574, 2:13031, 3:49, 3:9698, 3:133, 3:14042; 4:22, 4:38, 4:112, 4:114, 4:176, 4:181, 4:25960, 5:8687, 5:104, 5:1079, 5:140, 5:23235, 6:17, 7:68, 8:13, 8:5758, 8:7172, 9:22, 10:810, 10:70, 10:97, 11:14
7. One’s own welfare and others’ welfare 4:9599, 4:186, 5:1720, 7:68, 8:25, 8:62
8. Laypersons, good and bad 2:13233, 3:79, 4:60, 4:176, 5:42, 5:47, 5:58, 5:6364, 5:17175, 6:16, 7:53, 8:2124, 8:25, 8:38, 10:74. 11:1113
9. Bhikkhunīs 4:159, 5:11520, 7:56, 8:5152, 10:28
10. Women 1:27983, 2:61, 3:129, 4:80, 4:197, 5:55, 5:22930, 7:63, 8:46, 8:49, 8:51, 10:21315

XIV. Closing Repetition Series

Twos
Serenity and insight

Threes
Emptiness concentration, markless concentration, wishless concentration

Fours
(1) Four establishments of mindfulness
(2) Four right strivings
(3) Four bases of psychic potency

Fives
(1) Five perceptions: of unattractiveness, of death, of danger, of the repulsiveness of food, and of non-delight in the entire world
(2) Five perceptions: of impermanence, of non-self, of death, of the repulsiveness of food, and of non-delight in the entire world
(3) Five perceptions: of impermanence, of suffering in what is impermanent, of non-self in what is suffering, of abandoning, and of dispassion
(4) Five faculties
(5) Five powers

Sixes
(1) Six unsurpassed things: the unsurpassed sight, hearing, gain, training, service, and recollection
(2) Six recollections: recollection of the Buddha, of the Dhamma, of the Saṅgha, of virtuous behavior, of generosity, and of the deities
(3) Six perceptions: of impermanence, of suffering in what is impermanent, of non-self in what is suffering, of abandoning, of dispassion, and of cessation

Sevens
(1) Seven factors of enlightenment
(2) Seven perceptions: of impermanence, of non-self, of unattractiveness, of danger, of abandoning, of dispassion, and of cessation
(3) Seven perceptions: of unattractiveness, of death, of the repulsiveness of food, of non-delight in the entire world, of impermanence, of suffering in the impermanent, and of non-self in what is suffering

Eights
(1) Eight noble path factors
(2) Eight bases of overcoming
(3) Eight emancipations

Nines
(1) Nine perceptions: of unattractiveness, of death, of the repulsiveness of food, of non-delight in the entire world, of impermanence, of suffering in the impermanent, of non-self in what is suffering, of abandoning, and of dispassion
(2) Nine progressive dwellings

Tens
(1) Ten perceptions: of unattractiveness, of death, of the repulsiveness of food, of non-delight in the entire world, of impermanence, of suffering in the impermanent, of non-self in what is suffering, of abandoning, of dispassion, and of cessation
(2) Ten perceptions: of impermanence, of non-self, of the repulsiveness of food, of non-delight in the entire world, of a skeleton, of a worm-infested corpse, of a livid corpse, of a festering corpse, of a fissured corpse, and of a bloated corpse
(3) Right view, right intention, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, right concentration, right knowledge, and right liberation

Elevens
The four jhānas; the liberation of the mind by loving-kindness, compassion, altruistic joy, and equanimity; the base of the infinity of space, the base of the infinity of consciousness, and the base of nothingness

I hope no error crept in.

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Re: In the Buddha's Words - Open Source Version

Postby Unrul3r » Mon Aug 04, 2014 4:23 pm

Ops. Just noticed there's already stickied post with the guide. :lol:

Maybe it's better someone delete these 3 posts, since it's off-topic.

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Re: In the Buddha's Words - Open Source Version

Postby mikenz66 » Mon Aug 04, 2014 7:24 pm

Hi Unrul3r

Thanks for that. I'd rather leave your posts, or possibly move them to the AN thread, so we can check if they are more complete than what we've already got.

Thanks!
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Re: In the Buddha's Words - Open Source Version

Postby Mkoll » Mon Aug 04, 2014 7:32 pm

mikenz66 wrote:Hi Unrul3r

Thanks for that. I'd rather leave your posts, or possibly move them to the AN thread, so we can check if they are more complete than what we've already got.

Thanks!
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Yeah, it must of taken you a good chunk of time to do that work. Wouldn't want to see it go to waste.

Thanks!
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Re: In the Buddha's Words - Open Source Version

Postby Unrul3r » Mon Aug 04, 2014 8:00 pm

mikenz66 wrote:Hi Unrul3r

Thanks for that. I'd rather leave your posts, or possibly move them to the AN thread, so we can check if they are more complete than what we've already got.

Thanks!
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Your welcome. Of course, feel free!

Mkoll wrote:Yeah, it must of taken you a good chunk of time to do that work. Wouldn't want to see it go to waste.

Thanks!


Since I used RegExr, it was quicker than what could be expected manually. It took about an hour. I'm glad maybe it'll be possible to extract something useful out of it. :)

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Re: In the Buddha's Words - Open Source Version

Postby Mkoll » Mon Aug 04, 2014 8:11 pm

Unrul3r wrote:Since I used RegExr, it was quicker than what could be expected manually. It took about an hour. I'm glad maybe it'll be possible to extract something useful out of it. :)

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That looks like it a useful website, thanks for the link!

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