1. Jhānādi Sutta.– Anuruddha tells his colleagues that it is through cultivating the four foundations of mindfulness that he has gained mastery of the absorptions (jhāna). S.v.305.
2. Jhāna Sutta.– The great benefit one derives from practising absorption, even for the duration of a finger-snap, and the different methods of attaining to such practice. A.i.38 ﬀ.
3. Jhāna Sutta.– On the advantages that result from the practice of mindfulness centred on the body. A.i.43 f.
4. Jhāna Sutta.– Six other things which must be abandoned in order that absorption may be developed. A.iii.428.
5. Jhāna Sutta.– Six things one must give up in order to develop absorption. A.iii.428.
6. Jhāna Sutta.– The Buddha explains to the monks how the destruction of the corruptions (āsava) is the result of every step taken in the sphere of contemplation. A.iv.422 f.