Sutta Pitaka
Samyutta Nikàya
Volume IV Ý Saëàyatanavaggo
Samyutta 42 Ý Asaïkhata Saüyutta
Chapter 2 Ý Dutiya Asaïkhata Vagga

42. 2. 1
(12) Asankhataü Ý Uncompounded (Samatha Ý Calm)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, calm is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 2
(12) Vipassanà Ý Insight

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path for the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, insight is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 3
(13) Ca-Samàdhi Ý The Sixfold Concentration (Vitakka-Vicàra)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path for the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the concentration accompanied by reasoning and investigation is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 4
(14) Avitakko Ý Without Thoughts

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, concentration without thoughts and a little investigation is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 5.
(15) Avitakkàvicàra Ý Without thoughts and Investigations

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the concentration without thoughts and investigations is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 6.
(16) Su¤¤ato Ý Empty

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the concentration on emptiness is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 7
(17) Animitta Ý Signless

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, concentrating without a sign is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 8.
(18) Appaõihita Ý Aimless

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the concentrating in the aimless is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 9.
(19) Kàyanupassi Ý Mindfulness Toward the Body

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk is mindful and aware of the body in the body, to burn covetousness and displeasure in the world, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 10.
(20) Vedanànupassi Ý Mindfulness Toward the Feelings

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk is mindful and aware of feelings in feelings to burn covetousness and displeasure in the world, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 11.
(21) Cittànupassi Ý Mindfulness Toward the Mental States

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk is mindful and aware of mental states in the mind to burn covetousness and displeasure in the world, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 12.
(22) Dhamme Ý Mindfulness Toward the Dhamma

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk is mindful and aware of thoughts in the Teaching to burn covetousness and displeasure in the world, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 13.
(23) Cattàro sammappadhàna 1 Ý The Four endeavors 1 (Preventing)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk arouses interest, endeavors strives and stretches forth his mind to stop the arising of non-arisen demerit, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 14.
(24) Cattàro sammappadhàna 2 Ý The Four endeavors 1 (Dispelling)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk arouses interest, endeavors strives and stretches forth his mind to dispel arisen demerit, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 15.
(25) Cattàro sammappadhàna 3 Ý The Four endeavors 1 (Arousing)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk arouses interest, endeavors strives and stretches forth his mind to arouse non-arisen merit, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 16.
(26) Cattàro sammappadhàna 4 Ý The Four endeavors 1 (Development)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk arouses interest, endeavors strives and stretches forth his mind for the non-confused duration, for the development and completion of arisen merit, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 17.
(27) Cattàto iddhipàda 1 Ý The Four Psychic Powers 1 (Desire)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops psychic power, endowed with interested concentration striving and with determination, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 18.
(28) Cattàto iddhipàda 2 Ý The Four Psychic Powers 2 (Energy)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops psychic power, endowed with energetic concentration striving and with determination, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 19.
(19) Cattàto iddhipàda 3 Ý The Four Psychic Powers 3 (Mind)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops psychic power, endowed with mental concentration striving and with determination, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 20.
(30) Cattàto iddhipàda 4 Ý The Four Psychic Powers 4 (Investigation)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops psychic power, endowed with investigating concentration striving and with determination, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 21.
(31) Pa¤cindriyàni Ý The Five Mental Faculties (1. Saddha Ý Faith)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops the mental faculty of faith, secluded, dispassionate, intent on ceasing and maturing and surrendering to give up, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

 

42. 2. 22.
(32) Pa¤cindriyàni Ý The Five Mental Faculties (2. Viriya Ý Energy)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops the mental faculty of energy, secluded, dispassionate, intent on ceasing and maturing and surrendering to give up, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 23.
(33) Pa¤cindriyàni Ý The Five Mental Faculties (3. Sati Ý Mindfulness)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops the mental faculty of mindfulness, secluded, dispassionate, intent on ceasing and maturing and surrendering to give up, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 24.
(34) Pa¤cindriyàni Ý The Five Mental Faculties (4. Samàdhi Ý Concentration)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops the mental faculty of concentration, secluded, dispassionate, intent on ceasing and maturing and surrendering to give up, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 25.
(35) Pa¤cindriyàni Ý The Five Mental Faculties (5. Pa¤¤à Ý Wisdom)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops the mental faculty of wisdom, secluded, dispassionate, intent on ceasing and maturing and surrendering to give up, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 26.

(36) Pa¤cabalàni Ý The Five Mental Powers (1. Sadha Ý Faith)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops the power of faith, secluded, dispassionate, intent on ceasing and maturing and surrendering to give up, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 27.

(37) Pa¤cabalàni Ý The Five Mental Powers (2. Viriya Ý Energy)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops the power of energy, secluded, dispassionate, intent on ceasing and maturing and surrendering to give up, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 28.

(38) Pa¤cabalàni Ý The Five Mental Powers (3. Sati Ý Mindfulness)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops the power of mindfulness, secluded, dispassionate, intent on ceasing and maturing and surrendering to give up, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 29.

(39) Pa¤cabalàni Ý The Five Mental Powers (4. Samàdhi Ý Concentration)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops the power of concentration, secluded, dispassionate, intent on ceasing and maturing and surrendering to give up, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 30.
(40) Pa¤cabalàni Ý The Five Mental Powers (5. Pa¤¤à Ý Wisdom)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops the power of wisdom, secluded, dispassionate, intent on ceasing and maturing and surrendering to give up, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 31.
(41) Sattasambojjhangà Ý The Seven Enlightenkment Factors (1. Sati Ý Mindfulness)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops the enlightenment factor mindfulness, secluded, dispassionate, intent on ceasing and maturing and surrendering to give up, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û (1)

42. 2. 32Ý37.
(42Ý47) Sattasambojjhangà Ý The Seven Enlightenkment Factors (2Ý7. Dhammavija, Viriya, Pãti, Passadhi, Samàdhi, Upekhà)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops the enlightenment factor investigating the Teaching  energy  joy  composure  concentration  equanimity secluded, dispassionate, intent on ceasing and maturing and surrendering to give up, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 38.
(48) Aññhangikamaggo ÝThe Noble Eightfold Path (1. Sammà Diññhi Ý Right View)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops right view, secluded, dispassionate, intent on ceasing and maturing and surrendering to give up, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 39Ý45.
(49Ý55) Aññhangikamaggo ÝThe Noble Eightfold Path (2Ý8. Sammà Samkappa, Vàcà, Kammantà, âjãva, Vàyàma, Sati, Samàdhi)

1. ßMonks, I will tell the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the uncompounded? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the uncompounded.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the uncompounded? Monks, the monk develops right thoughts  right speech  right action  right livelihood  right effort  right mindfulness  right concentration secluded, dispassionate, intent on ceasing and maturing and surrendering to give up, this is the path to the uncompounded.

4. ßMonks I have told you the uncompounded and the path to the uncompounded.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 46Ý101
(56Ý111) Antaü Ý End

1. ßMonks, I will tell the end and the path to the end, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the end? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the end.

3. For paragraph 3, in each sutta copy from (1) to (55) insert `the end' instead of `the uncompounded'.

4. ßMonks I have told you the end and the path to the end.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û

42. 2. 102Ý157.
(112Ý167) Anàsavaü Ý Lack of Outflows

1. ßMonks, I will tell the lack of outflows and the path to the lack of outflows, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the lack of outflows' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 158Ý213.
(168Ý223) Saccaü Ý The Truth

1ßMonks, I will tell the truth and the path to the truth, listen carefully

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the truth' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 213Ý269.
(224Ý279) Pàraü Ý The Beyond

1. ßMonks, I will tell the beyond and the path to the beyond, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the beyond' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 270Ý325.
(280Ý335) Nipuõaü Ý Accomplishment

1. ßMonks, I will tell the accomplishment and the path to accomplishment, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `accomplishment' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 326Ý381.
(336Ý391) Sududdasaü Ý The Difficult to See

1. ßMonks, I will tell the difficult to see and the path to the difficult to see, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the difficult to see' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 382Ý437.
(392Ý547) Ajajjaraü Ý Non-Decay

1. ßMonks, I will tell non-decay and the path to non-decay, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `non-decay' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 438Ý493.
(548Ý603) Dhuvaü Ý The Permanent

1. ßMonks, I will tell the permanent and the path to the permanent, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the permanent' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 494Ý549
(604Ý559) Apalokitaü Ý Non- Destruction

1. ßMonks, I will tell non destruction and the path to non-destruction, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `non-destructon' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 550Ý605
(560-615) Anidassanaü Ý Without a Sign

1. ßMonks, I will tell the lack of a sign and the path to the lack of a sign, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the the lack of a sign' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42.2. 606Ý661
(616Ý671) Nippapa¤caü Ý Lack of Worldliness

1. ßMonks, I will tell the lack of worldliness and the path to the lack of worldliness, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the lack of worldliness' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 662Ý717.
(672Ý727) Santaü Ý Appeasement

1. ßMonks, I will tell the appeasement and the path to appeasement, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `apeasement' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 718Ý773.
(728Ý783) Amataü Ý The Deathless

1. ßMonks, I will tell the deathless and the path to the deathless, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the deathless' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 774Ý829.
(784Ý839) Panãtaü Ý The Exalted

1. ßMonks, I will tell the exalted and the path to the exalted, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the exalted' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 830Ý885.
(840Ý895) Sivaü Ý Auspicious

1. ßMonks, I will tell the auspicious and the path to the auspicious, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the auspicious' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 886Ý941
(896Ý951) Khemaü Ý Peace

1. ßMonks, I will tell the peaceful and the path to the peaceful, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the peaceful' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 942Ý997
(952Ý1007) Taõhakkhayo Ý Destruction of Craving

1. ßMonks, I will tell the destruction of craving and the path to the destruction of craving, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the destruction of craving' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 998Ý1053.

(1008Ý1063) Acchariya Ý Wonderful

1. ßMonks, I will tell the wonderful and the path to the wonderful, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the wonderful' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 1054Ý1109
(1064Ý1119) Abbhutaü Ý The Not Born

1. ßMonks, I will tell the not born and the path to the not born, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the not born' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 1110Ý1165.
(1120Ý1175) Anãtika Ý Free From Harm

1. ßMonks, I will tell the not harmful and the path to no harm, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `no harm' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 1166Ý1221
(1176Ý1231) Anãtikadhammaü Ý The Teaching of not harming

1. ßMonks, I will tell the Teaching of non-harm and the path to the Teaching of non harm, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the teaching of non-harm' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 1222Ý1277
(1232Ý1287) Nibbànaü Ý Extinction

1. ßMonks, I will tell extinction and the path to extinction, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `extinction' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 1278Ý1333
(1288Ý1343) Abyàpajjho Ý Freedom from Suffering

1. ßMonks, I will tell the freedom from suffering and the path to freedom from suffering, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `freedom from suffering' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 1334Ý1389
(1344Ý1399) Viràgo Ý Destruction of Passion

1. ßMonks, I will tell the destruction of passion and the path to the destruction of passion, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the destruction of passion' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 1390Ý1445
(1400Ý1455) Suddhi Ý Purity

1. ßMonks, I will tell about purity and the path to purity, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `purity' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 1446Ý1501)
(1456Ý1511) Mutti Ý Emancipation

1. ßMonks, I will tell about emancipation and the path to emancipation, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `emancipation' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 1502Ý1557
(1512Ý1567) Anàlayo Ý Non-Settlement

1. ßMonks, I will tell about non-settlement and the path to non-settlement, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `non-settlement' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 1558Ý1613
(1568Ý1623) Dãpa Ý The light

1. ßMonks, I will tell about the light and the path to reach the light, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the light' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 1614Ý1669
(1624Ý1679) Lena Ý Shelter

1. ßMonks, I will tell about the shelter and the path to find shelter, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `shelter' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 1670Ý1725
(1680Ý1735) Tàõaü Ý Peace Offered by the Teaching

1. ßMonks, I will tell about the peace offered by the Teaching and the path to reach the peace offered by the Teaching, listen carefully.

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the peace offered by the teaching' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 1726Ý1781
(1736Ý1791) Saraõaü Ý Refuge

1. ßMonks, I will tell about the refuge and the path to find refuge, listen carefully

2. In each sutta, copy from (1) to (55) and insert `the refuge' instead of `the uncompounded'.

42. 2. 1782Ý1837
(1792Ý1847) Paràyanaü Ý The Beyond

1. ßMonks, I will tell the beyond and the path to the beyond, listen carefully.

2. ßMonks, what is the beyond? Monks, that destruction of greed, hate and delusion is called the beyond.

3. ßMonks, what is the path to the beyond? Monks the monk develops mindfulness related to the body

4. ßMonks I have told you the beyond and the path to the beyond.

5. ßMonks, I have done what should be done by the Teacher, out of compassion and love for his disciples.

6. ßMonks, there are roots of trees, there are empty houses, concentrate, do not be negligent and repent later. This is our advice to you.û