1. Sakkāya Sutta.– The Buddha teaches the monks about personality (sakkāya), its arising, its cessation, and the way thereto. S.iii.159.
2. Sakkāyadiṭṭhipahāna Sutta.– It is by the realisation of impermanence in all things that personality-view (sakkāya diṭṭhi) can be abandoned. S.iv.147.
3. Sakkāyapañhā Sutta.– Sāriputta tells Jambukhādaka that personality (sakkāya) is the five factors of grasping; the Noble Eightfold Path leads to its comprehension. S.iv.259.