1. Bojjhaṅga Sutta.– The seven factors of enlightenment (bojjhaṅga) lead to the Uncompounded (asaṅkhata). S.iv.361.
3. Bojjhaṅga Sutta.– Among the four kinds of deeds — dark with a dark result, dark with a bright result, bright with a bright result and bright with a dark result — the seven kinds of wisdom (bojjhaṅga) are neither dark nor bright, and conduce to the waning of deeds. A.ii.236 f.