1. Cetokhila Sutta.– While the five fallows of his heart (cetokhilā) are left untilled — doubts about the Teacher, about the Dhamma, about the Order and the course of training, lack of ardour — and the five bondages are unshattered (attachment to sensual pleasures, to the body, to visible forms, over-
2. Cetokhila Sutta.– Fallowness of heart arises from doubt in the Buddha, the Dhamma, the Saṅgha, and the way of training (sikkhā), and from anger against one’s fellow-
4. Cetokhila Sutta.– Same as the above, but here, in the Book of Tens, the five mental bondages (vinibandhā), which are elsewhere given as a separate section (see the Vinibandha Sutta), are added at the end of the five types of fallowness (khilā). (Book of Tens, A.v.17 ﬀ).