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Khandha Sutta

1. Khandha Sutta.– Taught to Rāhula. The aggregates are fleeting, unhappy, and have no self or soul (atta). S.ii.249.

2. Khandha Sutta.– The Buddha teaches the monks about the five aggregates and the five aggregates of attachment. The five aggregates are form, feeling, perception, mental formations, and consciousness. The five aggregates of attachment are the same, but grasped by the corruptions (āsava). S.iii.47.

3. Khandha Sutta.– Form is impermanent, changeable, and will become otherwise. Feeling … perception … mental formations … consciousness. One who has faith in this teaching and accepts them is a faith follower, incapable of a deed leading to hell, destined to attain Stream-winning. One who has pondered this teaching sufficiently and accepted it is a Dhamma follower … destined to attain Stream-winning. One who knows and sees this teaching is a Stream-winner. S.iii. 227.

4. Khandha Sutta.– The arising of the aggregates is the arising of suffering. Their cessation is the cessation of suffering. S.iii.231.

5. Khandha Sutta.– The desire and lust for the five aggregates is the corruption of the mind. When a monk abandons desire and lust for them the mind inclines towards renunciation and becomes wieldy with respect to the realisation of direct knowledge. S.iii.234.

6. Khandha Sutta.– The Four Noble Truths in respect to the five aggregates of attachment. S.v.425.

7. Khandha Sutta.– The four kinds of recluses — the unshaken recluse (samaṇa-macala), the white lotus recluse (samaṇa-puṇḍarīka), the red-lotus recluse (samaṇa-paduma), and the delicate recluse (samaṇa-sukhumāla) — in reference to the contemplation of the five aggregates. A.ii.90 f.

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