1. Dhātunānatta Sutta.– On the diversity in the elements (dhātu) — e.g., the elements of the eye, visible-objects, eye-consciousness, the ear, etc., S.ii.140.
2. Bāhiradhātunānatta Sutta.– On the diversity in dhātu — e.g., forms, sounds, odours, etc., S.ii.143.
3. Dhātu Sutta.– Taught to Rāhula. All elements are fleeting. S.ii.248.
4. Dhātu Sutta.– Taught at Sāvatthi. Same as No.3. S.iii.227.
5. Dhātu Sutta.– The appearing of the elements is the appearing of decay and death. Their cessation is also simultaneous. S.iii.231.
6. Dhātu Sutta.– Desire and lust after the elements is a corruption of the heart. S.iii.234.
7. Dhātu Sutta.– The three principles (dhātu) of sensuality (kāma), ill-will (vyāpāda), and cruelty (vihiṃsā), and how to get rid of them. A.iii.447.