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SN 48 Indriya Saṃyutta

(178 suttas total) The first 70 suttas are unique, the remainder of the samyutta are repetition series. Most of the 70 are dealing with 5ind.
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🔗 🔊 SN 48 all 178 suttas ~125 min, Eng.🤖🎙️

Suddhaka (simple) Vagga 1

SN 48.1 Suddhaka: Just listing names of 5ind
SN 48.2 Sota 1: “When...disciple understands ... gratification, danger, escape in ...(5ind), then he ...is a stream-enterer
SN 48.3 Sota 2: same as SN 48.2 adding 2 more: origin and the passing away of (5ind)
SN 48.4 Arahanta 1: a bhikkhu is liberated by nonclinging, added to SN 48.3, then he's an arahant
SN 48.5 Arahanta 2: like SN 48.4, add origin and passing away
SN 48.6 Samaṇa 1: samana and brahmins are true if they don't understand 5ind according to SN 48.2
SN 48.7 Samaṇa 2: similar to SN 48.6
SN 48.8 Daṭṭhabba: to-be-seen: faith faculty is to be seen here in the four factors of stream-entry.
energy faculty is to be seen here in the four right strivings (4pd).
mindfulness faculty to be seen in 4sp.
concentration faculty to be seen in 4j (jhānas).
discernment faculty to be seen in 4NT (noble truths).
SN 48.9 Vibhaṅga 1 [Indriyavibhaṅga 1]: Analysis 1: STED 5ind (faculties), of STED 37bp
SN 48.10 Vibhaṅga 2 [Indriyavibhaṅga 2]: same as 48.9, with corresponding factors from 8aam added to 5ind. faith:same, viriya+samma vayamo (4pd), sati + samma sati, samadhi + samma samadhi 4j, panna + slightly different worded version of samma ditthi

Mudutara (weaker than that) Vagga

SN 48.11 Paṭilābha: slightly different definitions of 5ind than SN 48.9 and SN 48.10
SN 48.12 Saṅkhitta 1:
SN 48.13 Saṅkhitta 2:
SN 48.14 Saṅkhitta 3:
SN 48.15 Vitthāra 1:
SN 48.16 Vitthāra 2:
SN 48.17 Vitthāra 3:
SN 48.18 Paṭipanna:
SN 48.19 Sampanna:
SN 48.20 Āsavakkhaya:

Chaḷ-indriya (6 faculties) Vagga

(most of the suttas in this vagga deal with 6 sense faculties) SN 48.21 Punabbhava:
SN 48.22 Jīvitindriya:
SN 48.23 Aññindriya:
SN 48.24 Ekabījī:
SN 48.25 Suddhaka:
SN 48.26 Sotāpanna:
SN 48.27 Arahanta:
SN 48.28 Buddha:
SN 48.29 Samaṇabrāhmaṇa 1:
SN 48.30 Samaṇabrāhmaṇa 2:

Sukh-indriya (pleasure-faculty) Vagga

(5 vedana factors in his vagga, sukha, dukkha, upekkha, etc.)
SN 48.31 Suddhaka: Simple: Listing, but not defining Vedana 5 fold classification
SN 48.32 Sotāpanna:
SN 48.33 Arahanta:
SN 48.34 Samaṇabrāhmaṇa 1:
SN 48.35 Samaṇabrāhmaṇa 2:
SN 48.36 Vibhaṅga 1: Analysis 1: Vedana 5 fold classification explained
SN 48.37 Vibhaṅga 2: Analysis 2: Same as SN 48.36, with addition at end, vedana has mental and physical comoponents
SN 48.38 Vibhaṅga 3:
SN 48.39 Kaṭṭhopama:
SN 48.40 Uppāṭika:

Jarā (aging) Vagga

SN 48.41 Jarā: Buddha complains of body pain of 6ind in old age: “Fie on you, wretched aging, Aging which makes beauty fade!"
SN 48.42 Uṇṇābha-brāhmaṇa: brahman named unnabha: asks buddha about 6ind sense faculties, whether the 5 bodily can experience each other's domains, or only in the 6th (mind)
SN 48.43 Sāketa: name of a place in deer grove: Buddha explains 5ind = 5bal, using simile of island in river
SN 48.44 Pubbakoṭṭhaka: eastern gate house: buddha asks sariputta if he is based on faith or knowledge that 5ind leads to nirvana.
SN 48.45 Pubb-ārāma 1: eastern-park: buddha asks if there is one faculty developed that leads to nirvana? That one is pañña-indriya. the other 4 then become stable.
SN 48.46 Pubbārāma 2: eastern-park: buddha says 2 faculties developed (of 5ind) leading to nirvana: What two? Noble wisdom and noble liberation. For his noble wisdom is his faculty of wisdom; his noble liberation is his faculty of concentration.
SN 48.47 Pubbārāma 3: It is, bhikkhus, because he has developed and cultivated four faculties that a bhikkhu who has destroyed the taints declares final knowledge thus. What four? The faculty of energy, the faculty of mindfulness, the faculty of concentration, the faculty of wisdom.
SN 48.48 Pubbārāma 4: It is, bhikkhus, because he has developed and cultivated five faculties ... nirvana
SN 48.49 Piṇḍola: attained arahantship, by emphasizing 5ind factors of sati, samadhi, and pañña
SN 48.50 Āpaṇa: Sariputta gives abhidhamma type analysis of 5ind being a causal sequence

Sūkara-khata (boar's-cave) Vagga

SN 48.51 Sālā: among 5ind, pañña-indriya is the leader, leads to nirvana
SN 48.52 Mallika: without ariya-ñāṇaṃ (noble knowledge) in pañña-indriya, the other 4 factors of 5ind will not be stable
SN 48.53 Sekha: trainee: arahant, trainee understand 5ind in different levels
SN 48.54 Pada: footprints: same point as 48.51, adds simile of elephant's footprint to show pañña is the chief.
SN 48.55 Sāra:heartwood: like SN 48.54, except using simile of heartwood
SN 48.56 Patiṭṭhita: established: if one thing is well established, 5ind factors will all be well developed. One things = appamādo (assiduity/ heedfulness)
SN 48.57 Brahma: Buddha says 5ind developed -> nirvana. Brahma sahampati applauds, reveals he was a bhikkhu under previous Buddha Kassapa
SN 48.58 Sūkarakhata: (boars-cave is name of place of discourse): supreme way to honor Buddha and his teachings is develop 5ind and become arahant.
SN 48.59 Uppāda 1: arising: 5ind can only be invented by tathagata
SN 48.60 Uppāda 2: arising: 5ind can only be invented during tathagata's discipline

Sambodhi (awakening) Vagga

(all suttas in this vagga deal with 5ind) SN 48.61 Saṃyojana:
SN 48.62 Anusaya:
SN 48.63 Addhāna:
SN 48.64 Āsavakkhaya:
SN 48.65 Dve phalā:
SN 48.66 Sattānisamsā:
SN 48.67 Rukkha 1:
SN 48.68 Rukkha 2:
SN 48.69 Rukkha 3:
SN 48.70 Rukkha 4:

Gaṅgā-peyyāla (ganges river repetition series) Vagga

(5ind elaborated in same way as 8aam and other key core models) SN 48.71 Pācīnaninna 1:
SN 48.72 Pācīnaninna 2:
SN 48.73 Pācīnaninna 3:
SN 48.74 Pācīnaninna 4:
SN 48.75 Pācīnaninna 5:
SN 48.76 Pācīnaninna 6:
SN 48.77 Samuddaninna 1:
SN 48.78 Samuddaninna 2:
SN 48.79 Samuddaninna 3:
SN 48.80 Samuddaninna 4:
SN 48.81 Samuddaninna 5:
SN 48.82 Samuddaninna 6:

Appamāda Vagga

SN 48.83 Tathāgata:
SN 48.84 Pada:
SN 48.85 Kūṭa:
SN 48.86 Mūla:
SN 48.87 Sāra:
SN 48.88 Vassika:
SN 48.89 Rāja:
SN 48.90 Candima:
SN 48.91 Suriya:
SN 48.92 Vattha:

Balakaraṇīya Vagga

SN 48.93 Bala:
SN 48.94 Bīja:
SN 48.95 Nāga:
SN 48.96 Rukkha:
SN 48.97 Kumbha:
SN 48.98 Sūka:
SN 48.99 Ākāsa:
SN 48.100 Megha 1:
SN 48.101 Megha 2:
SN 48.102 Nāvā:
SN 48.103 Āgantuka:
SN 48.104 Nadī:

Esanā Vagga

SN 48.105 Esanā:
SN 48.106 Vidhā:
SN 48.107 Āsava:
SN 48.108 Bhava:
SN 48.109 Dukkhatā:
SN 48.110 Khīla:
SN 48.111 Mala:
SN 48.112 Nīgha:
SN 48.113 Vedanā:
SN 48.114 Taṇhā:

Ogha Vagga

SN 48.115 Ogha:
SN 48.116 Yoga:
SN 48.117 Upādāna:
SN 48.118 Gantha:
SN 48.119 Anusaya:
SN 48.120 Kāmaguṇa:
SN 48.121 Nīvaraṇa:
SN 48.122 Upādānakkhandha:
SN 48.123 Oram­bhāgiya­saṃyojana:
SN 48.124 Uddham­bhāgiya­saṃyojana:

Puna Gaṅgāpeyyāla Vagga

SN 48.125 Pācīnaninna 1:
SN 48.126 Pācīnaninna 2:
SN 48.127 Pācīnaninna 3:
SN 48.128 Pācīnaninna 4:
SN 48.129 Pācīnaninna 5:
SN 48.130 Pācīnaninna 6:
SN 48.131 Samuddaninna 1:
SN 48.132 Samuddaninna 2:
SN 48.133 Samuddaninna 3:
SN 48.134 Samuddaninna 4:
SN 48.135 Samuddaninna 5:
SN 48.136 Samuddaninna 6:

Puna Appamāda Vagga

SN 48.137 Tathāgata:
SN 48.138 Pada:
SN 48.139 Kūṭa:
SN 48.140 Mūla:
SN 48.141 Sāra:
SN 48.142 Vassika:
SN 48.143 Rāja:
SN 48.144 Candima:
SN 48.145 Suriya:
SN 48.146 Vattha:

Puna Balanaraṇiya Vagga

SN 48.147 Bala:
SN 48.148 Bīja:
SN 48.149 Nāga:
SN 48.150 Rukkha:
SN 48.151 Kumbha:
SN 48.152 Sūka:
SN 48.153 Ākāsa:
SN 48.154 Megha 1:
SN 48.155 Megha 2:
SN 48.156 Nāvā:
SN 48.157 Āgantuka:
SN 48.158 Nadī:

Puna Esanā Vagga

SN 48.159 Esanā:
SN 48.160 Vidhā:
SN 48.161 Āsava:
SN 48.162 Bhava:
SN 48.163 Dukkhatā:
SN 48.164 Khīla:
SN 48.165 Mala:
SN 48.166 Nīgha:
SN 48.167 Vedanā:
SN 48.168 Taṇhā:

Puna Ogha Vagga

SN 48.169 Ogha:
SN 48.170 Yoga:
SN 48.171 Upādāna:
SN 48.172 Gantha:
SN 48.173 Anusaya:
SN 48.174 Kāmaguṇa:
SN 48.175 Nīvaraṇa:
SN 48.176 Upādānakkhandha:
SN 48.177 Oram­bhāgiya­saṃyojana:
SN 48.178 Uddham­bhāgiya­saṃyojana:


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