1. Parihānadhamma Sutta.– On the six stations of mastery (cha abhibhāyatanāni), which prevent a monk from falling away. Seeing an object with the eye, he does not allow evil and unprofitable states to arise in his mind, memories and hopes akin to fetters that bind. Likewise with the other senses. S.iv.76 f.
4. Parihāna Sutta.– Sāriputta tells the monks of the qualities that lead to their deterioration — not listening to the Dhamma, not having clear ideas about it, not practising it, and not obtaining fresh knowledge thereof. He who wishes to progress should train himself to know both his own mind and the minds of others; he should practise introspection. A.v.102 ﬀ.