1. Samādhimūlakaṭhiti Sutta.– The four kinds of people who practise meditation — those skilled in concentration but not in steadfastness, those skilled in steadfastness but not in concentration, those in neither, those in both. S.iii.264.
2. Ciraṭṭhiti Sutta.– After the Buddha has passed away, the Doctrine will last for a long time if people cultivate the four foundations of mindfulness, but not if they do not. S.v.172.
3. Ṭhiti Sutta.– The Buddha praises not steadfastness in good actions, but growth in respect of them. In this sutta the Buddha explains by means of similes how this is done. A.v.96 f.
4. Sattaviññāṇaṭṭhiti Sutta.– The seven stations of consciousness (viññāṇaṭṭhiti). A.iv.39 f.