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AN 3 Tika Nipāta

18 vaggas, 352 suttas, 156 and on are repetition series
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(AN 3: 6.4hr total)
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AN 3 vag4 - vag6: 🤖 85m
AN 3 vag7: 🤖 86m
AN 3 vag8 - vag9: 🤖 45m
AN 3 vag10: 🤖 32m
AN 3 vag11-19: 🤖 78m

Bāla (Fool) Vagga 1

AN 3.1 Bhaya
AN 3.2 Lakkhaṇa
AN 3.2–9 Lakkhaṇa – Khata
AN 3.3 Cintī
AN 3.4 Accaya
AN 3.5 Ayoniso
AN 3.6 Akusala
AN 3.7 Sāvajja
AN 3.8 Sabyābajjha
AN 3.9 Khata
AN 3.10 Mala

Ratha-kāra Vagga 2

(chariot-maker)

AN 3.11 Ñāta
AN 3.12 Sāraṇīya
AN 3.13 Āsaṃsa
AN 3.14 Cakkavatti
AN 3.15 Pacetana [Sacetana]
AN 3.16 Apaṇṇaka: Unmistaken: 3 qualities lead to destruction of āsavā's. 1. guarding sense doors, 2. eating proper way, 3. sleeping and waking properly
AN 3.17 Attabyābādha
AN 3.18 Devaloka
AN 3.19 Pāpaṇika 1
AN 3.20 Pāpaṇika 2

Puggala Vagga 3

(persons)

AN 3.21 Saviṭṭha [Samiddha]
AN 3.22 Gilāna
AN 3.23 Saṅkhāra
AN 3.24 Bahukāra
AN 3.25 Vajirūpama
AN 3.26 Sevitabba
AN 3.27 Jigucchitabba
AN 3.28 Gūthabhāṇī
AN 3.29 Andha
AN 3.29(*) + SN 22.57(*) Andha + Sattaṭṭhāna
AN 3.30 Avakujja

Deva-dūta Vagga 4

(messengers of the Gods)

AN 3.31 Sabrahmaka
AN 3.32 AN 3.32a Ānanda
AN 3.33 AN 3.32b Sāriputta
AN 3.34 AN 3.33 Nidāna
AN 3.35 AN 3.34 Hatthaka: time of season snow falls, yet tathagata sleeps well.
AN 3.36 AN 3.35 Devadūta
AN 3.37 AN 3.36 Catumahārāja 1
AN 3.37–38 AN 3.36–37 Catumahārāja 1–2
AN 3.38 AN 3.37 Catumahārāja 2
AN 3.39 AN 3.38-39 Sukhumāla
AN 3.40 Ādhipateyya

Cūḷa (lesser) Vagga 5

AN 3.41 Sammukhībhāva
AN 3.42 Tiṭhāna
AN 3.43 Atthavasa
AN 3.44 Kathāpavatti
AN 3.45 Paṇḍita
AN 3.46 Sīlavanta
AN 3.47 Saṅkhata­lakkhaṇa
AN 3.48 Pabbatarāja
AN 3.49 Ātappakaraṇīya
AN 3.50 Mahācora

Brāhmaṇa (Brahmins) Vagga 6

AN 3.51 Dvebrāhmaṇa 1
AN 3.51–52 Dvebrāhmaṇa 1–2
AN 3.52 Dvebrāhmaṇa 2
AN 3.53 Aññatara­brāhmaṇa
AN 3.54 Paribbājaka
AN 3.55 Nibbuta
AN 3.56 Paloka
AN 3.57 Vacchagotta
AN 3.58 Tikaṇṇa
AN 3.58–59 Tikaṇṇa, Jāṇussoṇi
AN 3.59 Jāṇussoṇi
AN 3.60 Saṅgārava: (name of brahman): which of the 3 powers is best, 1. supernormal, 2. 4 types of psychic power, 3. miracle of instruction?

Mahā (great) Vagga 7

AN 3.61 Titthāyatana
AN 3.62 Bhaya
AN 3.63 Venāgapura
AN 3.64 Sarabha
AN 3.65 Kesaputti [Kālāma]
AN 3.66 Sāḷha
AN 3.67 Kathāvatthu
AN 3.68 Aññatitthiya : Un-holy trinity referred to here as 3 dhammas
AN 3.69 A-kusala-mūla: un-skillful-roots: The Trinity of unholy roots, AKA The Un-holy Trinity: “tīṇi-māni, bhikkhave, a-kusala-mūlāni... lobho ... doso ... moho...
AN 3.70 Uposatha

Ānanda (joy,bliss) Vagga 8

AN 3.71 Channa
AN 3.72 Ājīvaka
AN 3.73 Mahānāmasakka
AN 3.74 Nigaṇṭha
AN 3.75 Nivesaka
AN 3.76 Bhava 1
AN 3.77 Bhava 2
AN 3.78 Sīlabbata
AN 3.79 Gandhajāta
AN 3.80 Cūḷanikā

Samaṇa (ascetic) Vagga 9

AN 3.81 AN 3.81a Samaṇa
AN 3.82 AN 3.81b Gadrabha
AN 3.83 AN 3.82 Khetta
AN 3.84 AN 3.83 Vajjiputta
AN 3.85 AN 3.84 Sekkha
AN 3.86 AN 3.85 Sikkhā 1
AN 3.87 AN 3.86 Sikkhā 2
AN 3.88 AN 3.87 Sikkhā 3
AN 3.89 AN 3.88 Sikkhattaya 1
AN 3.90 AN 3.89 Sikkhattaya 2
AN 3.91 AN 3.90 Paṅkadhā [Saṅkavā]

Loṇaphala (lump of salt) Vagga 10

AN 3.92 AN 3.91 Accāyika
AN 3.93 AN 3.92a Paviveka
AN 3.94 AN 3.92b Sarada
AN 3.95 AN 3.93 Parisā:assembly: best, divided, harmonious assemblies
AN 3.96 AN 3.94 Ājānīya 1
AN 3.96–98 AN 3.94–96 Ājānīya 1–2
AN 3.97 AN 3.95 Ājānīya 2
AN 3.98 AN 3.96 Ājānīya 3
AN 3.99 AN 3.97-98 Potthaka
AN 3.100 AN 3.99 Loṇakapalla: (lump of salt)
AN 3.101 Paṃsudhovaka: Dirt-washer purifying gold simile. misconduct in body, speech, & mind. = gross impurities, wrong intention/thoughts = moderate, thoughts of family/caste = fine impurities, thoughts of Dhamma remain, in the grey zone between doorway of first jhana and just plain 4sp. With mind purified, the 6 abhiñña easy to get.
SA 1246, || to AN 3.101
AN 3.102 Nimitta: Goldsmith simile, balancing concentration, energy, equanimity. too much concentration, then laziness. too much energy, then restlessness. too much equanimity, then not enough concentration for destroying asavas.

Sambodhi (awakening) Vagga 11

AN 3.103 AN 3.101a Pubbevasambodha
AN 3.104 AN 3.101b Assāda 1
AN 3.105 AN 3.102a Assāda 2
AN 3.106 AN 3.102b Samaṇabrāhmaṇa
AN 3.107 [AN 3.103] Ruṇṇa: wailing: in ariya's vinaya, singing=wailing, dancing=madness, laughing excessively = childish behavior
AN 3.108 AN 3.104 A-titti: no-satiation: from sleep, liquor, sex
AN 3.109 AN 3.105 Arakkhita
AN 3.110 AN 3.106 Byāpanna
AN 3.111 AN 3.107-108 Nidāna 1
AN 3.112 AN 3.109-110 Nidāna 2

Āpāyika (bound for loss) Vagga 12

AN 3.113 AN 3.111 Āpāyika
AN 3.114 AN 3.112 Dullabha
AN 3.115 AN 3.113 Appameyya
AN 3.116 AN 3.114 Āneñja
AN 3.117 AN 3.115 Vipattisampadā
AN 3.118 AN 3.116 Apaṇṇaka
AN 3.119 AN 3.117 Kammanta
AN 3.120 AN 3.118 Soceyya 1
AN 3.121 AN 3.119 Soceyya 2
AN 3.122 AN 3.120 Moneyya

Kusināra Bharandu (name of place) Vagga 13

AN 3.123 AN 3.121 Kusināra
AN 3.124 AN 3.122 Bhaṇḍana
AN 3.125 AN 3.123 Gotamakacetiya
AN 3.126 AN 3.124 Bharaṇḍu­kālāma
AN 3.127 AN 3.125 Hatthaka
AN 3.128 AN 3.126 Kaṭuviya
AN 3.129 AN 3.127 Anuruddha 1
AN 3.130 AN 3.128 Anuruddha 2
AN 3.131 AN 3.129 Paṭicchanna
AN 3.132 AN 3.130 Lekha

Yodhājīva (warrior-lifestyle) Vagga 14

AN 3.133 AN 3.131 Yodhājīva
AN 3.134 AN 3.132 Parisā
AN 3.135 AN 3.133 Mitta
AN 3.136 AN 3.134 Uppādā
AN 3.137 AN 3.135 Kesakambala
AN 3.138 AN 3.136a Sampadā
AN 3.139 AN 3.136b Vuddhi
AN 3.140 AN 3.137 Assakhaḷuṅka
AN 3.141 AN 3.138 Assaparassa
AN 3.142 AN 3.139 Assājānīya
AN 3.143 AN 3.140a Moranivāpa 1
AN 3.143–145 AN 3.140 Moranivāpa 1–2
AN 3.144 AN 3.140b Moranivāpa 2
AN 3.145 AN 3.140c Moranivāpa 3

Maṅgala (good fortune) Vagga 15

AN 3.146 AN 3.141 Akusala
AN 3.147 AN 3.142 Sāvajja
AN 3.148 AN 3.143 Visama
AN 3.149 AN 3.144 Asuci
AN 3.150 AN 3.145 Khata 1
AN 3.151 AN 3.146 Khata 2
AN 3.152 AN 3.147 Khata 3
AN 3.153 AN 3.148 Khata 4
AN 3.154 AN 3.149 Vandanā
AN 3.155 AN 3.150 Pubbaṇha

Patipadā Vagga 16

AN 3.156 AN 3.151 Paṭipadā [Acelaka] 1
AN 3.157–162 AN 3.152 Paṭipadā [Acelaka] 1–2

Kammapathapeyyā Vagga 17

AN 3.163–182 AN 3.153–162 Kammapathapeyyāla 1–20

Rāgādi-peyyāla (lust-repetition series) Vagga 18

AN 3.183–352 AN 3.163 Rāgapeyyāla 1–270

Mettā (good-will) Vagga 1

AN 8.1 Mettā-nisaṃsa [Mettā]: good-will-benefits: 8 benefits of doing metta, and verse
AN 8.2 Ādi-brahma­cariya­-paññā [Paññā]: eight causes and conditions that lead to obtaining the wisdom fundamental to the spiritual life when it has not been obtained and to its increase, maturation, and fulfillment by development after it has been obtained.
AN 8.3 Piya 1 [Appiya 1]: pleasing: eight qualities, a bhikkhu is displeasing and disagreeable to his fellow monks and is neither respected nor esteemed by them.
AN 8.4 Piya 2 [Appiya 2]: pleasing: 8 more qualities similar to 8.3
AN 8.5 Lokadhamma 1
AN 8.6 Lokadhamma 2
AN 8.7 Devadattavipatti
AN 8.8 Uttara [Uttaravipatti]
AN 8.9 Nanda
AN 8.10 Kāraṇḍava

Mahā (great) Vagga 2

AN 8.11 Verañja
AN 8.12 Sīhasenāpati [Sīha]
AN 8.13 Ājañña [Assājānīya]
AN 8.14 Khaluṅka [Assakhaḷuṅka]
AN 8.15 Mala
AN 8.16 Dūteyya
AN 8.17 Purisa-bandhana [Bandhana 1]: man -bound (by )💃 💋 💌 👫
AN 8.18 Itthibandhana [Bandhana 2]
AN 8.19 Pahārāda
AN 8.20 Uposatha

Gahapati (householder) Vagga 3

AN 8.21 Vesālika-ugga [Ugga 1]
AN 8.21–22 Vesālika–ugga, Hatthigāmaka ugga [Ugga 1–2]
AN 8.22 Hatthigāmaka ugga [Ugga 2]
AN 8.23 Hatthakāḷavaka [Hatthaka 1]
AN 8.24 Hatthakāḷavaka saṅgahavatthu [Hatthaka 2]
AN 8.25 Mahānāma
AN 8.26 Jīvaka
AN 8.27 Bala [Bala 1]
AN 8.28 Khīṇāsavabala [Bala 2]
AN 8.29 Akkhaṇa
AN 8.30 Anuruddha [Anuruddha­mahā-vitakka]:
🔗 🔊~21m, Eng. Sec'd 🎙️ eight vitakka (thoughts) that lead to 4j and nirvana, with cmy on each. Anuruddha attains arahantship at the end
AN 8.30 Anuruddha (Thanissaro trans.)

Dāna (giving) Vagga 4

AN 8.31 Dāna 1
AN 8.32 Dāna 2
AN 8.33 Dānavatthu
AN 8.34 Khettūpama [Khetta]
AN 8.35 Dānūpapatti
AN 8.36 Puññakiriyavatthu
AN 8.37 Sappurisadāna
AN 8.38 Sappurisa
AN 8.39 Puññābhisanda [Abhisanda]
AN 8.40 Apāya­saṃvattanika [Duccarita­vipāka]

Uposatha (as in 8 precepts of uposatha observance) Vagga 5

AN 8.41 Saṅkhitta aṭṭhaṅg­uposatha [Saṃkhitt­ūposatha]
AN 8.42 Vitthata aṭṭhaṅg­uposatha [Vitthat­ūposatha]
AN 8.43 Visākhūposatha [Visākhā]
AN 8.44 Vāseṭṭh­uposatha [Vāseṭṭha]
AN 8.45 Bojjhuposatha [Bojjha]
AN 8.46 Anuruddha­manāpa­kāyika [Anuruddha]
AN 8.47 Visākha­manāpa­kāyika [Visākhā 2]
AN 8.48 Nakula­mātumanāpa­kāyika [Nakulamātā]
AN 8.49 Lokavijaya 1 [Idhalokika 1]
AN 8.50 Lokavijaya 2 [Idhalokika 2]

Gotamī (name of First Bhikkhuni, Buddha's mom) Vagga 6

AN 8.51 Gotamī
AN 8.52 Bhikkhunovādaka [Ovāda]
AN 8.53 Saṅkhitta gotamiyovāda [Saṃkhitta] what is and isn't dhamma-vinaya
AN 8.54 Byagghapajja [Dīghajāṇu]
AN 8.55 Ujjaya
AN 8.56 Kāmādhivacana [Bhaya]
AN 8.57 Āhuneyyabhikkhu 1 [Āhuneyya 1]
AN 8.58 Āhuneyyabhikkhu 2 [Āhuneyya 2]
AN 8.59 Aṭṭhapuggala 1 [Puggala 1]
AN 8.59–60 Aṭṭhapuggala 1–2 [Puggala 1–2]
AN 8.60 Aṭṭhapuggala 2 [Puggala 2]

Cāpāla (name of shrine in Vesali) Vagga 7

AN 8.61 Lābhicchā [Icchā]
AN 8.62 Alaṃ
AN 8.63
AN 8.63 Saṅkhitta-desita [Saṃkhitta]: in brief - teaching [in brief]: 4bv and 4sp practiced in conjunction with 3-way samādhi to get into 4 jhānas and attain arahantship
AN 8.64 Adhidevañāṇa­dassana [Gayāsīsa]: [gaya sisa is a place]: Buddha describes perception of light (obhasa) for knowledge and vision, 8 ways purified before he claimed perfect awakening.
AN 8.65 Abhibhāyatana:
AN 8.66 Vimokkha:
AN 8.67 Anariyavohāra
AN 8.68 Ariyavohāra
AN 8.68–70 Ariyavohāra, Parisa , Bhumicāla [Bhūmicāla]
AN 8.69 Parisa [Parisā]
AN 8.70 Bhumicāla [Bhūmicāla]

Yamaka (pairs) Vagga 8

AN 8.71 Samantapāsādika 1 [Saddhā 1]
AN 8.72 Samantapāsādika 2 [Saddhā 2]
AN 8.73 Maraṇasati 1 [Maraṇassati 1]
AN 8.74 Maraṇasati 2 [Maraṇassati 2]
AN 8.75 Sampadā 1
AN 8.76 Sampadā 2
AN 8.77 Icchā
AN 8.78 Alaṃ
AN 8.79 Sekhaparihāniya [Parihāna]
AN 8.80 Kusītārambha­vatthu: laziness-arousal[of energy]-grounds: 8 grounds for laziness, 8 grounds for viriya/vigor

Sati (remembering) Vagga 9

AN 8.81 Satisampajañña
AN 8.82 Puṇṇiya
AN 8.83 Kiṃmūlaka [Mūlaka]
AN 8.84 Mahācoraṅga [Cora]
AN 8.85 Tathāgat­ādhivacana [Samaṇa]
AN 8.86 Nāgita [Yasa]
AN 8.87 Pattanikkujjana [Pattanikujjana]
AN 8.88 Appasāda­ppasāda [Appasāda­pavedanīya]
AN 8.89 Paṭisāraṇiya­kamma [Paṭisāraṇīya]
AN 8.90 Tassapāpiyyasikā sammāvattana [Sammāvattana]

Sāmañña (similarity) Vagga 10

AN 8.91–117 Upāsikā

Rāgādi-peyyāla (lust and so forth repetition series) Vagga 11

AN 8.118 Aṭṭhamaggaṅga
AN 8.119 Aṭṭhābhibh­āyatana
AN 8.120 Aṭṭhavimokkha
AN 8.121–147 Rāga pariññāya peyyāla
AN 8.148–627 Dosādi peyyāla 

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