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Phala Sutta

1. Paṭhama Phala Sutta.– The cultivation of the five controlling faculties (indriya) leads to one of two results: either realisation in this life, or the state of a Non-returner (anāgāmī). S.v.236.

2. Dutiya Phala Sutta.– The seven fruits to be obtained from the cultivation of the controlling faculties. S.v.236.

3. Paṭhama Phala Sutta.– Same as (1), only substituting the four bases of success (iddhipāda) for the five controlling faculties. S.v.285f.

4. Dutiya Phala Sutta.– Same as (2). The seven fruits to be obtained from the cultivation of the four bases of success. S.v.285.

5. Paṭhama Phala Sutta.– Same as (1), only substituting mindfulness of respiration for the five controlling faculties. S.v.314.

6. Dutiya Phala Sutta.– Same as (2), only substituting mindfulness of respiration for the five controlling faculties. S.v.314.

7. Sotāpatti Phala Sutta.– Four conditions which, if cultivated, lead to the attainment of Stream-winning — association with good men (sappurisasaṃsevo), listening to the Dhamma (saddhammassavanaṃ), systematic attention (yonisomanasikāro), practising in accordance with the Dhamma (dhammānudhammappaṭipatti). S.v.410 f.

8. Sakadāgāmi Phala Sutta.– The same four conditions which, if cultivated, lead to the attainment of Once-returning. S.v.411 f.

9. Anāgāmiphala Phala Sutta.– The same four conditions which, if cultivated, lead to the attainment of Non-returning. S.v.411 f.

10. Arahatta Phala Sutta.– The same four conditions which, if cultivated, lead to the attainment of Arahantship. S.v.411 f.

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