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

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

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.)

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]

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]

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]

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]

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

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]

AN 8.119 Aṭṭhābhibhāyatana

AN 8.120 Aṭṭhavimokkha

AN 8.121–147 Rāga pariññāya peyyāla

AN 8.148–627 Dosādi peyyāla