Aïguttara Nikàya
026. Upasampadàvaggo Ý The higher ordination

1. Upasampàdetabbasuttaü Ý Should give the higher ordination

026.01. Bhikkhus, a bhikkhu endowed with five things should give the higher ordination. What five?

Here, bhikkhus, the bhikkhu should be endowed with the mass of virtues, ... re ... the mass of concentration, ... re ... the mass of wisdom, ... re ... the mass of release, ... re ... and the mass of knowledge and vision of release of one gone beyond the training. Bhikkhus, a bhikkhu endowed with these five things should give the higher ordination.

2. Nissayasuttaü Ý Protection

026.02. Bhikkhus, a bhikkhu endowed with five things should help in the protection. What five?

Here, bhikkhus, the bhikkhu should be endowed with the mass of virtues, ... re ... the mass of concentration, ... re ... the mass of wisdom, ... re ... the mass of release, ... re ... and the mass of knowledge and vision of release of one gone beyond the training. Bhikkhus, a bhikkhu endowed with these five things should help in the protection.

3. Sàmanerasuttaü Ý Novices

026.03 Bhikkhus, a bhikkhu endowed with five things should ordain a novice. What five?

Here, bhikkhus, the bhikkhu should be endowed with the mass of virtues, ... re ... mass of concentration, ... re ... mass of wisdom, ... re ... mass of release, ... re ... and the mass of knowledge and vision of release of one gone beyond the training. Bhikkhus, a bhikkhu endowed with these five things should ordain a novice.

4. Pa¤camacchariyasuttaü Ý Five kinds of selfishness

026.04. Bhikkhus, these five are kinds of selfishness. What five?

Selfishness for dwellings, families, gains, beauty and the Teaching. Of these five kinds of selfishness the most miserable one is selfichness for the Teaching.

5. Macchariyappahànasuttaü Ý To dispel selfishness

026.05. Bhikkhus, for dispelling, for the complete cutting up, of the five kinds of selfishness the holy life is lived. What five?

For dispelling, for the complete cutting up of selfishness for dwellings, ... re ... for families, ... re ... for gains, ... re ... for beauty and ... re ... for the Teaching the holy life is lived.

Bhikkhus, for dispelling, for the complete cutting up, of the five kinds of selfishness the holy life is lived.

6. Pañhamajhànasuttaü Ý First higher state of mind

026.06. Bhikkhus, it is not possible to abide in the first higher state of mind without dispelling these five things. What five?

The selfishness for dwellings, families, gains, beauty and the Teaching. Bhikkhus, it is not possible to abide in the first higher state of mind without dispelling these five things.

Bhikkhus, it is possible to abide in the first higher state of mind having dispelled these five things. What five?

The selfishness for dwellings, families, gains, beauty and the Teaching. Bhikkhus, it is possible to abide in the first higher state of mind, having dispelled these five things.

7 Ý 13 Dutiyajhànasuttàdisattakaü Ý

Seven suttas with the second higher state of the mind

257-263 Bhikkhus, it is not possible to abide in the second higher state of mind, ... re ... in the third higher state of mind, ... re ... in the fourth higher state of mind, ... re ... in the fruits of stream entry, ... re ... in the fruits of returning once, ... re ... in the fruits of not returning, ... re ... in the realization of worthiness without dispelling these five things. What five?

The selfishness for dwellings, families, gains, beauty and the Teaching. Bhikkhus, it is not possible to abide in realization of worthiness without dispelling these five things.

Bhikkhus, it is possible to abide in the second higher state of mind, ... re ... in the third higher state of mind, ... re ... in the fourth higher state of mind, ... re ... in the fruits of stream entry, ... re ... in the fruits of returning once, ... re ... in the fruits of not returning, ... re ... in the realization of worthiness having dispelled these five things. What five?

The selfishness for dwellings, families, gains, beauty and the Teaching. Bhikkhus, it is possible to abide in the first higher state of mind, having dispelled these five things.

14. Aparapañhamajhànasuttaü Ý Another on the first higher state of mind

264. Bhikkhus, it is not possible to abide in the first higher state of mind without dispelling these five things. What five?

The selfishness for dwellings, families, gains, beauty and without gratitude and gratefulness Bhikkhus, it is not possible to abide in the first higher state of mind without dispelling these five things.

Bhikkhus, it is possible to abide in the first higher state of mind having dispelled these five things. What five?

The selfishness for dwellings, families, gains, beauty and developing gratitude and gratefulness. Bhikkhus, it is possible to abide in the first higher state of mind, having dispelled these five things.

15 Ý 21. Aparadutiyajhànasuttàdisattakaü Ý

Seven others from the second higher state of mind

265-271. Bhikkhus, it is not possible to abide in the second higher state of mind, ... re ... in the third higher state of mind, ... re ... in the fourth higher state of mind, ... re ... in the fruits of stream entry, ... re ... in the fruits of returning once, ... re ... in the fruits of not returning, ... re ... in the realization of worthiness without dispelling these five things. What five?

The selfishness for dwellings, families, gains, beauty and without gratitude and gratefulness . Bhikkhus, it is not possible to abide in realization of worthiness without dispelling these five things.

Bhikkhus, it is possible to abide in the second higher state of mind, ... re ... in the third higher state of mind, ... re ... in the fourth higher state of mind, ... re ... in the fruits of stream entry, ... re ... in the fruits of returning once, ... re ... in the fruits of not returning, ... re ... in the realization of worthiness having dispelled these five things. What five?

The selfishness for dwellings, families, gains, beauty and with gratefulness and gratitude. Bhikkhus, it is possible to abide in the realization of worthiness having dispelled these five things.

1. Sammutipeyyàlaü Ý The accepted repeats

1. Bhattuddesakasuttaü Ý The superintendent of meals

272. Bhikkhus, the superintendent of food endowed with five things should not be rightfully taken to consideration. What five?

When gone to extremes, in interest, in anger, in delusion, in fear and when pointed out and codified and does not know, what it is Bhikkhus, the superintendent of food endowed with these five things should not be rightfully taken to consideration.

Bhikkhus, the superintendent of food endowed with these five things should be rightfully taken to consideration. What five?

When not gone to extremes, in interest, in anger, in delusion, in fear and when not pointed out and codified and knows, what to do. Bhikkhus, the superintendent of food endowed with these five things should be rightfully taken to consideration.

Bhikkhus, The superintendent of food, endowed with five things should be rightfully taken to consideration ... re ... should be taken for granted, ... re ... should not be sent away, ... re ... should be sent away with the consent of all, ... re ... should be known as foolish,. re ... should be known as wise, ... re ... conducts himself as destroyed, ... re ... is in hell as though led and lain there, ... re ... is in heaven as though led and lain there. What five?

When not gone to extremes, in interest, in anger, in delusion, in fear and when not pointed out and codified and knows, what to do. Bhikkhus, the superintendent of food endowed with these five things is in heaven as though led and lain there.

2 Ý 14 Senàsanapa¤¤àpakasuttàditerasakaü Ý

Thirteen suttas with the one who prepares beds and seats

273-285. Bhikkhus, the one preparing beds and seats endowed with five things should not be rightfully taken to consideration ... re ... should be taken to consideration, ... re ... when he does not know what should be prepared and not prepared, ... re ... when he knows what should be prepared and not prepared.

... re ... The treasurer should not be rightfully taken to consideration ... re ... should be taken to consideration, ... re ... when he does not know what should and should not be protected, ... re ... when he knows what should and should not be protected.

... re ... The recipient of robes should not be rightfully taken to consideration, ... re ... should be rightfully taken to consideration, ... re ... when he does not know who and who should be considered, ... re ... when he knows who and who should be considered.

... re ... The distributor of robes should not be rightfully taken to consideration, ... re ... should be rightfully taken to consideration, ... re ... when he does not know who and who should be considered, ... re ... when he knows who and who should be considered.

... re ... The distributor of porridge should not be rightfully taken to consideration, ... re ... should be rightfully taken to consideration, ... re ... when he does not know who and who should be considered, ... re ... when he knows who and who should be considered.

... re ... The distributor of fruits, should not be rightfully taken to consideration, ... re ... should be rightfully taken to consideration, ... re ... when he does not know who and who should be considered, ... re ... when he knows who and who should be considered.

... re ... The distributor of eatables, should not be rightfully taken to consideration, ... re ... should be rightfully taken to consideration, ... re ... when he does not know, who and who should be considered, ... re ... when he knows who and who should be considered.

... re ... The diligent distributor, should not be rightfully taken to consideration, ... re ... should be rightfully taken to consideration, ... re ... when he does not know, who and who should be considered, ... re ... when he knows who and who should be considered.

... re ... The pleasant acceptor ... re ... The acceptor, ... re ... the monastery messenger ... re ... the novice messenger, ... re ... should not be rightfully taken to consideration, ... re ... should be rightfully taken to consideration, ... re ... when he does not know who and who should be considered, ... re ... when he knows who and who should be considered.

... re ... should not be sent away with the consent of all, ... re ... should be sent away with the consent of all, ... re ... should be known as foolish, ... re ... should be known as wise, ... re ... should be known as destroyed, ... re ... should be known to maintain himself well, ... re ... is in hell as led and lain, ... re ... should be known as in heaven as though led and lain there. What five?

When not gone to extremes, in interest, in anger, in delusion, in fear and when not pointed out and codified and knows, what to do. Bhikkhus, the novice messenger endowed with these five things should be rightfully taken to consideration.

Bhikkhus, the novice messenger endowed with these five things is in heaven as though led and lain there.

2. Repeats of the precepts

1. Bhikkhusuttaü Ý The bhikkhu

286. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhu endowed with five things, is in hell as though led and lain there. What five?

Destroying living things, taking the not given, misbehaving in sexual desires, telling lies and taking intoxicating and brewed drinks. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhu endowed with these five things, is in hell as though led and lain there.

Bhikkhus, the bhikkhu endowed with five things, is in heaven as though led and lain there. What five?

Abstaining from, destroying living things, taking the not given, misbehaving in sexual desires, telling lies and taking intoxicating and brewed drinks. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhu endowed with these five things, is in heaven as though led and lain there.

2 Ý 7. Bhikkhunãsuttàdichakkaü Ý Six together with the bhikkhuni sutta

287-292. Bhikkhus, the bhikkhuni, ... re ... the novice in training, ... re ... the novice for higher ordination, ... re ... the female novice for higher ordination, ... re ... the lay disciple male, ... re ... the lay disciple female endowed with five things, is in hell as though led and lain there. What five?

Destroying living things, taking the not given, misbehaving in sexual desires, telling lies and taking intoxicating and brewed drinks. Bhikkhus, the lay disciple female endowed with these five things, is in hell as though led and lain there.

Bhikkhus, the bhikkhuni, ... re ... the lay disciple female endowed with five things, is in heaven as though led and lain there. What five?

Abstaining from, destroying living things, taking the not given, misbehaving in sexual desires, telling lies and taking intoxicating and brewed drinks. Bhikkhus, the lay disciple female endowed with these five things, is in heaven as though led and lain there.

8. Aajãvakasuttaü Ý Wandering ascetic

293. Bhikkhus, the wandering ascetic endowed with five things, is in hell as though led and lain there. What five?

Destroying living things, taking the not given, misbehaving in sexual desires, telling lies and taking intoxicating and brewed drinks. Bhikkhus, the wandering ascetic endowed with these five things, is in hell as though led and lain there.

9 Ý 17. Nigaõñhasuttàdinavakaü Ý Nine together with the Niganta sutta

294-302 Bhikkhus, one free from all ties, ... re ... the shaved disciple, ... re ... disciple with matted hair, ... re ... the wandering ascetic, ... re ... one who says do not go, ... re ... gone to the extreme in the fire element, ... re ... õot a fearful demon, ... re ... disciples of Gotama ... re ... and those who think are divine, endowed with five things, are in hell as though led and lain there. What five?

Destroying living things, taking the not given, misbehaving in sexual desires, telling lies and taking intoxicating and brewed drinks. Bhikkhus, those who think are divine endowed with these five things, are in hell as though led and lain there.

3. Ràgapeyyàlaü Ý Repeats on greed

303. Bhikkhus, thoroughly knowing greed five things should be developed. What five?

The perception of loathsomeness, the perception of death, the perception of dangers, the perception of loathsomeness in food and non-attachment to all the world. Bhikkhus, thoroughly knowing greed these five things should be developed.

304. Bhikkhus, thoroughly knowing greed five things should be developed. What five?

The perception of impermanence, the perception of lacking a self, the perception of death, the perception of loathsomeness in food and non-attachment to all the world. Bhikkhus, thoroughly knowing greed these five things should be developed.

305. Bhikkhus, thoroughly knowing greed five things should be developed. What five?

The perception of impermanence, the perception of unpleasantness in impermanence, the perception of lacking a self in unpleasantness, the perception of dispelling and the perception of disenchantment. Bhikkhus, thoroughly knowing greed these five things should be developed.

306. Bhikkhus, thoroughly knowing greed five things should be developed. What five?

The faculty of faith, effort, mindfulness, concentration and wisdom. Bhikkhus, thoroughly knowing greed these five things should be developed.

307. Bhikkhus, thoroughly knowing greed five things should be developed. What five?

The power of faith, effort, mindfulness, concentration and wisdom. Bhikkhus, thoroughly knowing greed these five things should be developed.

308- 1151. Bhikkhus, for the accurate understanding, ... re ... exhaustion, ... re ... óispelling, ... re ... wasting, ... re ... fading, ... re ... disenchantment, ... re ... cessation, ... re ... and giving up of greed five things should be developed. What five?

The power of faith, effort, mindfulness, concentration and wisdom.

Bhikkhus, for the accurate understanding, ... re ... exhaustion, ... re ... óispelling, ... re ... wasting, ... re ... fading, ... re ... disenchantment, ... re ... cessation, ... re ... and giving up of wickedness, ... re ... delusion, ... re ... hate, ... re ... malice, ... re ... grudge, ... re ... smearing, ... re ... envy, ... re ... miserliness, ... re ... craftiness, ... re ... deceitfulness, ... re ... immobility, ... re ... measuring, ... re ... conceit, ... re ... intoxication, and negligence these five things should be developed. What five?

The power of faith, effort, mindfulness, concentration and wisdom.