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AN 1.21-30 (A i 5)

Akammaniya Vagga


— Unpliant —

The mind can be our worst enemy or our best friend.




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Pāḡi





21. n¡āhaᚃ, bhikkhave, aùùaᚃ eka¡dhammam¡pi samanupassāmi yaᚃ evaᚃ a¡bhāvitaᚃ a¡kammaniyaᚃ hoti yatha¡y¡idaᚃ, bhikkhave, cittaᚃ. cittaᚃ, bhikkhave, a¡bhāvitaᚃ a¡kammaniyaᚃ hotč¡ti.


English





21. “I don’t envision a single thing that, when undeveloped, is as unpliant as the mind. The mind, when undeveloped, is unpliant.”


22. n¡āhaᚃ, bhikkhave, aùùaᚃ eka¡dhammam¡pi samanupassāmi yaᚃ evaᚃ bhāvitaᚃ kammaniyaᚃ hoti yatha¡y¡idaᚃ, bhikkhave, cittaᚃ. cittaᚃ, bhikkhave, bhāvitaᚃ kammaniyaᚃ hotč¡ti.


22. “I don’t envision a single thing that, when developed, is as pliant as the mind. The mind, when developed, is pliant.”


23. n¡āhaᚃ, bhikkhave, aùùaᚃ eka¡dhammam¡pi samanupassāmi yaᚃ evaᚃ a¡bhāvitaᚃ mahato an¡atthāya saᚃvattati yatha¡y¡idaᚃ, bhikkhave, cittaᚃ. cittaᚃ, bhikkhave, a¡bhāvitaᚃ mahato an¡atthāya saᚃvattatč¡ti.


23. “I don’t envision a single thing that, when undeveloped, leads to such great harm as the mind. The mind, when undeveloped leads to great harm.”


24. n¡āhaᚃ, bhikkhave, aùùaᚃ eka¡dhammam¡pi samanupassāmi yaᚃ evaᚃ bhāvitaᚃ mahato atthāya saᚃvattati yatha¡y¡idaᚃ, bhikkhave, cittaᚃ. cittaᚃ, bhikkhave, bhāvitaᚃ mahato atthāya saᚃvattatč¡ti.


24. “I don’t envision a single thing that, when developed, leads to such great benefit as the mind. The mind, when developed leads to great benefit.”


25. n¡āhaᚃ, bhikkhave, aùùaᚃ eka¡dhammam¡pi samanupassāmi yaᚃ evaᚃ a¡bhāvitaᚃ a¡pātu¡bhōtaᚃ mahato an¡atthāya saᚃvattati yatha¡y¡idaᚃ, bhikkhave, cittaᚃ. cittaᚃ, bhikkhave, a¡bhāvitaᚃ a¡pātu¡bhōtaᚃ mahato an¡atthāya saᚃvattatč¡ti.


25. “I don’t envision a single thing that, when undeveloped & unapparent, leads to such great harm as the mind. The mind, when undeveloped & unapparent leads to great harm.”


26. n¡āhaᚃ, bhikkhave, aùùaᚃ eka¡dhammam¡pi samanupassāmi yaᚃ evaᚃ bhāvitaᚃ pātu¡bhōtaᚃ mahato atthāya saᚃvattati yatha¡y¡idaᚃ, bhikkhave, cittaᚃ. cittaᚃ, bhikkhave, bhāvitaᚃ pātu¡bhōtaᚃ mahato atthāya saᚃvattatč¡ti.


26. “I don’t envision a single thing that, when developed & apparent, leads to such great benefit as the mind. The mind, when developed & apparent, leads to great benefit.”


27. n¡āhaᚃ, bhikkhave, aùùaᚃ eka¡dhammam¡pi samanupassāmi yaᚃ evaᚃ a¡bhāvitaᚃ a¡bahulčkataᚃ mahato an¡atthāya saᚃvattati yatha¡y¡idaᚃ, bhikkhave, cittaᚃ. cittaᚃ, bhikkhave, a¡bhāvitaᚃ a¡bahulčkataᚃ mahato an¡atthāya saᚃvattatč¡ti.


27. “I don’t envision a single thing that, when undeveloped & uncultivated, leads to such great harm as the mind. The mind, when undeveloped & uncultivated leads to great harm.”


28. n¡āhaᚃ, bhikkhave, aùùaᚃ eka¡dhammam¡pi samanupassāmi yaᚃ evaᚃ bhāvitaᚃ bahulčkataᚃ mahato atthāya saᚃvattati yatha¡y¡idaᚃ, bhikkhave, cittaᚃ. cittaᚃ, bhikkhave, bhāvitaᚃ bahulčkataᚃ mahato atthāya saᚃvattatč¡ti.


28. “I don’t envision a single thing that, when developed & cultivated, leads to such great benefit as the mind. The mind, when developed & cultivated, leads to great benefit.”


29. n¡āhaᚃ, bhikkhave, aùùaᚃ eka¡dhammam¡pi samanupassāmi yaᚃ evaᚃ a¡bhāvitaᚃ a¡bahulčkataᚃ dukkh¡ādhivahaᚃ hoti yatha¡y¡idaᚃ, bhikkhave, cittaᚃ. cittaᚃ, bhikkhave, a¡bhāvitaᚃ a¡bahulčkataᚃ dukkh¡ādhivahaᚃ hotč¡ti.


29. “I don’t envision a single thing that, when undeveloped & uncultivated, brings about such suffering & stress as the mind. The mind, when undeveloped & uncultivated, brings about suffering & stress.”


30. n¡āhaᚃ, bhikkhave, aùùaᚃ eka¡dhammam¡pi samanupassāmi yaᚃ evaᚃ bhāvitaᚃ bahulčkataᚃ sukh¡ādhivahaᚃ hoti yatha¡y¡idaᚃ, bhikkhave, cittaᚃ. cittaᚃ, bhikkhave, bhāvitaᚃ bahulčkataᚃ sukh¡ādhivahaᚃ hotč¡ti.


30. “I don’t envision a single thing that, when developed & cultivated, brings about such happiness as the mind. The mind, when developed & cultivated, brings about happiness.”


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Bhante Punnaji
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MN 43 (M i 292)
Mahāvedalla Sutta
{excerpt}
— Greater series of questions —
[mahā-vedalla]
Sāriputta
answers various interesting questions asked by āyasmā Mahākoᚭᚭhika, and
in this excerpt, he explains that Vedanā, Saññā and Viññāṇa are not
clearly delineated but deeply interwoven.
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Pāḡi
English
–
Yā c·āvuso, vedanā yā ca saññā ya·ñca viññāṇaṃ: ime dhammā saṃsaṭṭhā
udāhu visaᚃsaᚭᚭhā? Labbhā ca pan¡imesaᚃ dhammānaᚃ vinibbhujitvā
vinibbhujitvā nānākaraṇaṃ paññāpetu nti?
–
Friend, as to Vedanā Saññā and Viññāṇa: are these dhammas conjoined or
disjoined? And is it possible, having separated them one from another to
point out the difference between them?
–
Yā c·āvuso, vedanā yā ca saññā ya·ñca viññāṇaṃ: ime dhammā saṃsaṭṭhā,
no visaᚃsaᚭᚭhā. Na ca labbhā imesaᚃ dhammānaᚃ vinibbhujitvā
vinibbhujitvā nānākaraṇaṃ paññāpetuṃ. Yaṃ h·āvuso, vedeti taṃ sañjānāti,
yaᚃ saùjānāti taᚃ vijānāti. Tasmā ime dhammā saᚃsaᚭᚭhā, no visaᚃsaᚭᚭhā.
Na ca labbhā imesaṃ dhammānaṃ vinibbhujitvā vinibbhujitvā nānākaraṇaṃ
paùùāpetu nti.
–
Friend, as to Vedanā Saññā and Viññāṇa: these dhammas are conjoined,
not disjoined. It is not possible, having separated them one from
another, to point out the difference between them. For whatever one
feels, friend, that one perceives, and whatever one perceives, that one
cognizes. Therefore these dhammas are conjoined, not disjoined. It is
not possible, having separated them one from another, to point out the
difference between them.
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Migajāla Sutta & Bhusa Sutta
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SN 35.64 (S iv 37)
Migajāla Sutta
{excerpt}
— For Migajāla —
Some
neophytes (and we may often count ourselves among them) sometimes want
to believe that it is possible to delight in sensual pleasures without
giving rise to attachment nor suffering. The Buddha teaches Migajāla
that this is downright impossible.
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Pāḡi
English
atha
kho āyasmā migajālo yena bhagavā ten·upasaṅkami; upasaṅkamitvā
bhagavantaᚃ abhivādetvā ekam¡antaᚃ nisčdi. ekam¡antaᚃ nisinno kho āyasmā
migajālo bhagavantaᚃ etad¡avoca:
Then
the venerable Migajāla approached the Bhagavā; having approached the
Bhagavā, having paid homage to him, he sat down to one side. Sitting to
one side, Migajāla said to the Bhagavā:
–
sādhu me, bhante, bhagavā saᚃkhittena dhammaᚃ desetu, yam¡ahaᚃ
bhagavato dhammaᚃ sutvā eko vōpakaᚭᚭho appamatto ātāpč pahitatto
vihareyyan’ti.
–
It would be good, Bhante, if the Bhagavā would teach me the Dhamma in
brief, so that having heard the Dhamma from the Bhagavā, I may dwell by
myself, secluded, assiduous, zealous and resolute.
–
santi kho, migajāla, cakkhu¡viùùeyyā rōpā iᚭᚭhā kantā manāpā piya¡rōpā
kām¡ōpasaᚃhitā rajančyā. taù¡ce bhikkhu abhinandati abhivadati ajjhosāya
tiᚭᚭhati. tassa taᚃ abhinandato abhivadato ajjhosāya tiᚭᚭhato uppajjati
nandč. nandi¡samudayā dukkha¡samudayo, migajālā¡ti vadāmi.
–
There are, Migajāla, forms cognizable by the eye which are pleasing,
enjoyable, charming, agreeable, connected with sensuality, enticing. And
a bhikkhu delights in them, welcomes them and clings to them. In one
who delights in them, welcomes them and clings to them, delight arises.
And I say, Migajāla: the arising of delight is the arising of suffering.
santi
ca kho, migajāla, sota¡viùùeyyā saddā iᚭᚭhā kantā manāpā piya¡rōpā
kām¡ōpasaᚃhitā rajančyā. taù¡ce bhikkhu abhinandati abhivadati ajjhosāya
tiᚭᚭhati. tassa taᚃ abhinandato abhivadato ajjhosāya tiᚭᚭhato uppajjati
nandč. nandi¡samudayā dukkha¡samudayo, migajālā¡ti vadāmi.
There
are, Migajāla, sounds cognizable by the ear which are pleasing,
enjoyable, charming, agreeable, connected with sensuality, enticing. And
a bhikkhu delights in them, welcomes them and clings to them. In one
who delights in them, welcomes them and clings to them, delight arises.
And I say, Migajāla: the arising of delight is the arising of suffering.
santi
ca kho, migajāla, ghāṇa·viññeyyā gandhā iṭṭhā kantā manāpā piya·rūpā
kām¡ōpasaᚃhitā rajančyā. taù¡ce bhikkhu abhinandati abhivadati ajjhosāya
tiᚭᚭhati. tassa taᚃ abhinandato abhivadato ajjhosāya tiᚭᚭhato uppajjati
nandč. nandi¡samudayā dukkha¡samudayo, migajālā¡ti vadāmi.
There
are, Migajāla, odors cognizable by the nose which are pleasing,
enjoyable, charming, agreeable, connected with sensuality, enticing. And
a bhikkhu delights in them, welcomes them and clings to them. In one
who delights in them, welcomes them and clings to them, delight arises.
And I say, Migajāla: the arising of delight is the arising of suffering.
santi
ca kho, migajāla, jivhā¡viùùeyyā rasā iᚭᚭhā kantā manāpā piya¡rōpā
kām¡ōpasaᚃhitā rajančyā. taù¡ce bhikkhu abhinandati abhivadati ajjhosāya
tiᚭᚭhati. tassa taᚃ abhinandato abhivadato ajjhosāya tiᚭᚭhato uppajjati
nandč. nandi¡samudayā dukkha¡samudayo, migajālā¡ti vadāmi.
There
are, Migajāla, tastes cognizable by the tongue which are pleasing,
enjoyable, charming, agreeable, connected with sensuality, enticing. And
a bhikkhu delights in them, welcomes them and clings to them. In one
who delights in them, welcomes them and clings to them, delight arises.
And I say, Migajāla: the arising of delight is the arising of suffering.
santi
ca kho, migajāla, kāya¡viùùeyyā phoᚭᚭhabbā iᚭᚭhā kantā manāpā piya¡rōpā
kām¡ōpasaᚃhitā rajančyā. taù¡ce bhikkhu abhinandati abhivadati
ajjhosāya tiᚭᚭhati. tassa taᚃ abhinandato abhivadato ajjhosāya tiᚭᚭhato
uppajjati nandč. nandi¡samudayā dukkha¡samudayo, migajālā¡ti vadāmi.
There
are, Migajāla, bodily phenomena cognizable by the body which are
pleasing, enjoyable, charming, agreeable, connected with sensuality,
enticing. And a bhikkhu delights in them, welcomes them and clings to
them. In one who delights in them, welcomes them and clings to them,
delight arises. And I say, Migajāla: the arising of delight is the
arising of suffering.
santi
ca kho, migajāla, mano¡viùùeyyā dhammā iᚭᚭhā kantā manāpā piya¡rōpā
kām¡ōpasaᚃhitā rajančyā. taù¡ce bhikkhu abhinandati abhivadati ajjhosāya
tiᚭᚭhati. tassa taᚃ abhinandato abhivadato ajjhosāya tiᚭᚭhato uppajjati
nandč. nandi¡samudayā dukkha¡samudayo, migajālā¡ti vadāmi.
There
are, Migajāla, mental phenomena cognizable by the mind which are
pleasing, enjoyable, charming, agreeable, connected with sensuality,
enticing. And a bhikkhu delights in them, welcomes them and clings to
them. In one who delights in them, welcomes them and clings to them,
delight arises. And I say, Migajāla: the arising of delight is the
arising of suffering.
santi
kho, migajāla, cakkhu¡viùùeyyā rōpā iᚭᚭhā kantā manāpā piya¡rōpā
kām¡ōpasaᚃhitā rajančyā. taù¡ce bhikkhu n¡ābhinandati n¡ābhivadati
n¡ājjhosāya tiᚭᚭhati. tassa taᚃ an¡abhinandato an¡abhivadato
an¡ajjhosāya tiᚭᚭhato nandč nirujjhati. nandi¡nirodhā dukkha¡nirodho,
migajālā¡ti vadāmi.
There
are, Migajāla, forms cognizable by the eye which are pleasing,
enjoyable, charming, agreeable, connected with sensuality, enticing. And
a bhikkhu does not delight in them, welcome them nor cling to them. In
one who does not delight in them, welcome them nor cling to them,
delight ceases. And I say, Migajāla: the cessation of delight is the
cessation of suffering.
santi
ca kho, migajāla, sota¡viùùeyyā saddā iᚭᚭhā kantā manāpā piya¡rōpā
kām¡ōpasaᚃhitā rajančyā. taù¡ce bhikkhu n¡ābhinandati n¡ābhivadati
n¡ājjhosāya tiᚭᚭhati. tassa taᚃ an¡abhinandato an¡abhivadato
an¡ajjhosāya tiᚭᚭhato nandč nirujjhati. nandi¡nirodhā dukkha¡nirodho,
migajālā¡ti vadāmi.
There
are, Migajāla, sounds cognizable by the ear which are pleasing,
enjoyable, charming, agreeable, connected with sensuality, enticing. And
a bhikkhu does not delight in them, welcome them nor cling to them. In
one who does not delight in them, welcome them nor cling to them,
delight ceases. And I say, Migajāla: the cessation of delight is the
cessation of suffering.
santi
ca kho, migajāla, ghāṇa·viññeyyā gandhā iṭṭhā kantā manāpā piya·rūpā
kām¡ōpasaᚃhitā rajančyā. taù¡ce bhikkhu n¡ābhinandati n¡ābhivadati
n¡ājjhosāya tiᚭᚭhati. tassa taᚃ an¡abhinandato an¡abhivadato
an¡ajjhosāya tiᚭᚭhato nandč nirujjhati. nandi¡nirodhā dukkha¡nirodho,
migajālā¡ti vadāmi.
There
are, Migajāla, odors cognizable by the nose which are pleasing,
enjoyable, charming, agreeable, connected with sensuality, enticing. And
a bhikkhu does not delight in them, welcome them nor cling to them. In
one who does not delight in them, welcome them nor cling to them,
delight ceases. And I say, Migajāla: the cessation of delight is the
cessation of suffering.
santi
ca kho, migajāla, jivhā¡viùùeyyā rasā iᚭᚭhā kantā manāpā piya¡rōpā
kām¡ōpasaᚃhitā rajančyā. taù¡ce bhikkhu n¡ābhinandati n¡ābhivadati
n¡ājjhosāya tiᚭᚭhati. tassa taᚃ an¡abhinandato an¡abhivadato
an¡ajjhosāya tiᚭᚭhato nandč nirujjhati. nandi¡nirodhā dukkha¡nirodho,
migajālā¡ti vadāmi.
There
are, Migajāla, tastes cognizable by the tongue which are pleasing,
enjoyable, charming, agreeable, connected with sensuality, enticing. And
a bhikkhu does not delight in them, welcome them nor cling to them. In
one who does not delight in them, welcome them nor cling to them,
delight ceases. And I say, Migajāla: the cessation of delight is the
cessation of suffering.
santi
ca kho, migajāla, kāya¡viùùeyyā phoᚭᚭhabbā iᚭᚭhā kantā manāpā piya¡rōpā
kām¡ōpasaᚃhitā rajančyā. taù¡ce bhikkhu n¡ābhinandati n¡ābhivadati
n¡ājjhosāya tiᚭᚭhati. tassa taᚃ an¡abhinandato an¡abhivadato
an¡ajjhosāya tiᚭᚭhato nandč nirujjhati. nandi¡nirodhā dukkha¡nirodho,
migajālā¡ti vadāmi.
There
are, Migajāla, bodily phenomena cognizable by the body which are
pleasing, enjoyable, charming, agreeable, connected with sensuality,
enticing. And a bhikkhu does not delight in them, welcome them nor cling
to them. In one who does not delight in them, welcome them nor cling to
them, delight ceases. And I say, Migajāla: the cessation of delight is
the cessation of suffering.
santi
ca kho, migajāla, mano¡viùùeyyā dhammā iᚭᚭhā kantā manāpā piya¡rōpā
kām¡ōpasaᚃhitā rajančyā. taù¡ce bhikkhu n¡ābhinandati n¡ābhivadati
n¡ājjhosāya tiᚭᚭhati. tassa taᚃ an¡abhinandato an¡abhivadato
an¡ajjhosāya tiᚭᚭhato nandč nirujjhati. nandi¡nirodhā dukkha¡nirodho,
migajālā¡ti vadāmi.
There
are, Migajāla, mental phenomena cognizable by the mind which are
pleasing, enjoyable, charming, agreeable, connected with sensuality,
enticing. And a bhikkhu does not delight in them, welcome them nor cling
to them. In one who does not delight in them, welcome them nor cling to
them, delight ceases. And I say, Migajāla: the cessation of delight is
the cessation of suffering.
(the last paragraph is the usual formula describing the attainment of arahantship)
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Treasury of Truth (Dhammapada) Chapter 16, Affection
Verse 209. Admiration of Self-Seekers
One makes an effort where none’s due
with nothing done where effort’s due,
one grasps the dear, gives up the Quest
envying those who exert themselves.
Explanation:
Being devoted to what is wrong, not being devoted to what is right,
abandoning one’s welfare, one goes after pleasures of the senses. Having
done so, one envies those who develop themselves.
Verse 210. Not Seeing The Liked And Seeing The Unliked Are Both Painful
Don’t consort with dear ones
at any time, nor those not dear,
‘is dukkha not to see the dear,
‘tis dukkha seeing those not dear.
Explanation:
Never associate with those whom you like, as well as with those whom
you dislike. It is painful to part company from those whom you like. It
is equally painful to be with those you dislike.
Verse 211. Not Bound By Ties Of Defilements
Others then do not make dear
for hard’s the parting from them.
For whom there is no dear, undear
in them no bonds are found.
Explanation:
Therefore, one must not have endearments; because separation is
painful. For those who are free of bonds there are no endearments or
non-endearments.
Verse 212. The Outcome Of Endearment
From endearment grief is born,
from endearment fear,
one who is endearment-free
has no grief - how fear.
Explanation:
From endearment arises sorrow. From endearment fear arises. For one
free of endearment, there is no sorrow. Therefore, how can there be fear
for such a person?
Verse 213. Sorrow And Fear Arise Due To Loved Ones
From affection grief is born,
from affection fear,
one who is affection-free
has no grief - how fear?
Explanation:
From affection sorrow arises. From affection fear arises. To one free
of affection there is no sorrow. Therefore, how can there be fear for
such a person?
Verse 214. The Outcome Of Passion
From lustfulness arises grief,
from lustfulness springs fear,
one wholly free of lustfulness
has no grief - how fear?
Explanation:
From passion arises sorrow. From passion fear arises. To one free of
passion there is no sorrow, In such a person how can there be fear?
Verse 215. The Outcome Of Lust
From attachment grief is born,
from attachment fear,
one who is attachment-free
has no grief - how fear?
Explanation:
From desire arises sorrow. From desire fear arises. To one free of
desire there is no sorrow. For such a person how can there be fear?
Verse 216. Sorrow And Fear Arise Due To Miserliness
Out of craving grief is born,
out of craving fear,
one fully freed of craving
has no grief - how fear?
Explanation:
From craving arises sorrow. From craving fear arises. To one free of
craving there is no sorrow. For such a person how can there be fear?
Verse 217. Beloved Of The Masses
Perfect in virtue and insight,
firm in Dhamma, knower of Truth,
dear to the people’s such a one
who does what should be done.
Explanation:
He is endowed with discipline and insight. He is firmly established on
the laws of righteousness. He speaks the truth. He looks after his
worldly and spiritual responsibilities. The masses adore that kind of
person.
Verse 218. The Person With Higher Urges
One with a wish for the Undeclared,
with mind so well-pervaded,
a mind not bound in pleasures of sense,
an ‘upstream-goer’s’ called.
Explanation:
In that person a deep yearning for the undefined - for Nibbana - has
arisen. He has already touched it mentally. He is called a swimmer
against the current - an upstream-bound person. He has already started
the process towards Nibbana.
Verse 219. The Fruits Of Good Action
One who’s long away from home
returns in safety from afar,
then friends, well-wishers, kinsmen too
are overjoyed at his return.
Explanation:
When a person, who has lived away from home for a long while, returns
home safely, his friends, relations and well-wishers welcome him back.
Verse 220. Good Actions Lead To Good Results
In the same way, with merit done
when from this world to another gone
those merits then receive one there
as relatives a dear one come.
Explanation:
In the same way, when those who have done meritorious deeds in this
world go to the next world, their meritorious actions welcome them, like
relatives welcoming back relatives returning from a long journey.

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