☸4ntAN → AN 6

AN 6 Chakka Nipāta

12 vaggas, 649 suttas. repetition series from 120 on
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AN 6 vag1 - vag3: 🤖 76m
AN 6 vag4 - vag5: 🤖 71m
AN 6 vag6 - vag13: 🤖 115m

Āhuneyya (worthy of gifts) Vagga 1

AN 6.1 Āhuneyya 1: worthy of gifts, offerings, etc: when contacted via 6 sense doors, a bhikkhu is neither joyful nor saddened, but dwells equanimous, mindful, and clearly comprehending. (i.e. he reacts with 4th jhana or is an arahant already)
AN 6.2 Āhuneyya 2: worthy of gifts 2: a monk possesses STED 6ab (6th is arahantship)
AN 6.3 Indriya: faculties: monk possesses 5ind (indriya) and is an arahant
AN 6.4 Bala: powers: monk possesses 5bal (bala) (5ind = 5bal) and is an arahant
AN 6.5 Ājānīya 1: next 3 suttas imply monk has strong samma samadhi, using simile of horse
AN 6.6 Ājānīya 2
AN 6.7 Ājānīya 3
AN 6.8 Anuttariya : unexcelled: elaborated in AN 6.30
AN 6.9 Anu-s-sati-ṭ-ṭhāna: recollections: buddha, dhamma, sangha, sila, caga, devata
AN 6.10 Mahānāma: name of disciple: 6 recollections from AN 6.9 used in 7sb to get 4j

Sārāṇīya (cordiality) Vagga 2

AN 6.11 Sārāṇīya 1 [Sāraṇīya 1]: coridality: how a monk is cordial to other monks, metta via actions, speech, mind, etc.
AN 6.12 Sārāṇīya 2 [Sāraṇīya 2]: similar to AN 6.11
AN 6.13 Nissāraṇīya: purity of 6 types of samadhi attainments, 4bv, animitta, ...
AN 6.14 Bhaddaka: a good [death]: sariputta describes non-proliferation, seclusion
AN 6.15 Anutappa [Anutappiya]: regret: similar to AN 6.14
AN 6.16 Nakulapitu: name of householder: as he lies dying, his wife urges him not to die with concerns
AN 6.17 Kusala [Soppa]: skillful: similar to AN 3.16, expanded to 3 more (guarding sense doors, moderation in eating, wakefulness, insight, 37bp)
AN 6.18 Macchika [Macchabandha]: fish dealer: people who deal in profession of killing animals don't get wealthy because of their karma
AN 6.19 Maraṇasati 1 [Maraṇassati 1]: death-remembering 1: appamāda = if you only live for one breath, much you can accomplish
AN 6.20 Maraṇasati 2 [Maraṇassati 2] death remembering 2: might die from animal attack, health, practice like head on fire.

An-uttariya (un-excelled) Vagga 3

AN 6.21 Sāmagāmaka [Sāmaka] : name of place: deva sees some monks have 6 qualities that lead to decline
AN 6.22 Aparihānīyadhamma [Aparihāniya]:non decline: opposite of an 6.21
AN 6.23 Bhaya
AN 6.24 himavanta : himalaya monuntain: 6 types of concentration mastery
AN 6.25 Anussatiṭṭhāna
AN 6.26 Mahākaccāna
AN 6.27 Samaya 1
AN 6.28 Samaya 2
AN 6.29 Udāyī: name of forgetful disciple: 6 important meditation methods every disciple should memorize
AN 6.30 Anuttariya

Devatā (Deities) Vagga 4

AN 6.31 Sekha
AN 6.32 Aparihāna 1
AN 6.33 Aparihāna 2
AN 6.34 Moggallāna [Mahāmoggallāna]
AN 6.35 Vijjābhāgiya
AN 6.36 Vivādamūla
AN 6.37 Chaḷaṅgadāna
AN 6.38 Attakāra [Attakārī]
AN 6.39 Kammanidāna [Nidāna]
AN 6.40 Kimbila [Kimila]
AN 6.41 Dārukkhandha
AN 6.42 Nāgita

Dhammika Vagga 5

AN 6.43 Nāga
AN 6.44 Migasālā
AN 6.45 Iṇa
AN 6.46 Mahācunda
AN 6.47 Sandiṭṭhika 1
AN 6.48 Sandiṭṭhika 2
AN 6.49 Khema
AN 6.50 Indriyasaṃvara
AN 6.51 Ānanda
AN 6.52 Khattiya
AN 6.53 Appamāda
AN 6.54 Dhammika

Mahā (great) Vagga 6

AN 6.55 Soṇa
AN 6.56 Phagguṇa [Phagguna]
AN 6.57 Chaḷābhijāti [Chaḷabhijāti]: 6 classes: the type of kamma and rebirth for 6 classes of people
AN 6.58 Āsava: similar to MN 2 sabba-asava
AN 6.59 Dārukammika: (name of householder): donating to worthy sangha members leads to rebirth in deva world
AN 6.60 Hatthisāriputta: name of monk who robes and re-robes: even a monk who has 4 jhanas and animitta samadhi is susceptible to lust and disrobing.
AN 6.61 Majjhe: Buddha and six monks give different interprations of his verse in the Pārāyana, in ‘The Questions of Metteyya’:
AN 6.62 Puris­indriya­ñāṇa : Buddha mind reads devadatta, knows he will be reborn in hell
AN 6.63 Nibbedhika : penetrative exposition of the Dhamma.
AN 6.64 Sīhanāda: Lion's Roar 🦁

An-āgāmi (non-returner) Vagga 7

AN 6.65 Anāgāmiphala
AN 6.66 Arahattaphala [Arahatta]
AN 6.67 Mitta
AN 6.68 Saṅgaṇikārāma
AN 6.69 Devatā
AN 6.70 Samādhi: JST eat it. 4th jhāna type of samādhi prereq. for 6ab
AN 6.71 Sakkhibhabba
AN 6.72 Bala
AN 6.73 Paṭhamajjhāna 1 [Tajjhāna 1]: first jhana 1: Without abandoning 5niv (hindrances), one can not enter and remain in first jhana. without seeing danger in sensual pleasures with good-view (su-ditthi = work in progress version of “right view”), one can not enter and remain in first jhana.
AN 6.74 Paṭhamajjhāna 2 [Tajjhāna 2]: first jhana 2: Without abandoning 3 wrong thoughts (vitakka) corresponding to wrong version of samma sankappa (right resolve), one can not enter and remain in first jhana. Without abandoning 3 wrong perceptions (sañña) corresponding to wrong version of samma sankappa (right resolve), one can not enter and remain in first jhana.

Arahatta Vagga 8

AN 6.75 Dukkha: pain: You can have thoughts (vitakka) and/or perception (sañña) of renunciation, love, kindness in the jhanas!
AN 6.76 Arahatta
AN 6.77 Uttarī­manussa­dhamma [Uttari­manussa­dhamma]
AN 6.78 Sukhasomanassa
AN 6.79 Adhigama
AN 6.80 Mahantatta
AN 6.81 Niraya 1
AN 6.82 Niraya 2
AN 6.83 Aggadhamma
AN 6.84 Rattidivasa

Sīti (coolness) Vagga 9

AN 6.85 Sītibhāva
AN 6.86 Āvaraṇa
AN 6.87 Voropita
AN 6.88 Sussūsati
AN 6.89 Appahāya
AN 6.90 Pahīṇa [Pahīna]
AN 6.91 Abhabba
AN 6.92 Abhabbaṭṭhāna 1
AN 6.93 Abhabbaṭṭhāna 2
AN 6.94 Abhabbaṭṭhāna 3
AN 6.95 Abhabbaṭṭhāna 4

Ānisaṃsa (benefit) Vagga 10

AN 6.96 Pātubhāva
AN 6.97 Ānisaṃsa
AN 6.98 Anicca
AN 6.99 Dukkha
AN 6.100 Anatta
AN 6.101 Nibbāna
AN 6.102 Anavatthita
AN 6.103 Ukkhittaasika [Ukkhittāsika]
AN 6.104 Atammaya
AN 6.105 Bhava
AN 6.106 Taṇhā

Tika Vagga 11

AN 6.107 Rāga
AN 6.108 Duccarita
AN 6.109 Vitakka: 3 vitakka to remove (pahāna): kāma, b byāpāda, vihiṃsā. 3 counterparts to develop (bhāvetabbā): abyāpāda, vihiṃsā, avihiṃsā.
AN 6.110 Saññā
AN 6.111 Dhātu
AN 6.112 Assāda
AN 6.113 Arati
AN 6.114 Asantuṭṭhi [Santuṭṭhitā]
AN 6.115 Dovacassatā
AN 6.116 Uddhacca

Sāmañña Vagga 12

AN 6.117 Kāyānupassī
AN 6.118 Ajjhatta­kāyānupassī ādi [Dhamm­ānupassī]
AN 6.119 Tapussa
AN 6.120–139 AN 6.120 Bhallika ādi [Bhallikādi]
AN 6.140 AN 6.121 Rāga abhiññāya anuttariya
AN 6.141 AN 6.122 Rāga abhiññāya anussati
AN 6.142 AN 6.123 Rāga abhiññāya saññā
AN 6.143–169 AN 124a Rāga peyyāla
AN 6.170–649 AN 124b Dosādi peyyāla