1. Paṭhama Āghātapaṭivinaya Sutta.– The five ways of repressing malice: by practicing loving-kindness (mettā), compassion (karuṇā), and equanimity (upekkhā), by forgetting and not paying attention (asati amanasikāro), and by reflecting on the ownership of kamma (kammassako). A.iii.185‑6.
2. Dutiya Āghātapaṭivinaya Sutta.– A discourse by Sāriputta to the monks on the way in which malice arises in men, and the methods by which it may be overcome. These methods are illustrated by various similes. A.iii.186‑90.
3. Āghātapaṭivinaya Sutta.– On the nine remedies for malice (āghāta). A.iv.408.
4. Āghātapaṭivinaya Sutta.– On the ten remedies for malice (āghāta). A.v.150.