Sutta Pitaka
Samyutta Nikàya
Volume V Ý Mahàvaggo
Samyutta 44 Ý Magga Saüyutta
Chapter 16 Ý Ogha Vaggo

44. 16. 1Ý4.
(387Ý390) Ogho Ý Floods (1Ý4)

(Abhi¤¤à Ý Special Knowledge)

1. I heard thus. At one time the Blessed One lived in the monastery offered by Anàthapiõóika in Jeta's Grove in Sàvatthi, and addressed the monks from there:

2. ßMonks, these four are floods. What four? They are the flood of sensuality, the flood of being, the flood of views and the flood of ignorance. Monks, for special knowledge, exact comprehension, exhaustion and dispelling of these four floods the Noble Eightfold Path should be developed and made much. How should the Noble Eightfold Path be developed and made much?

3. ßHere, monks, the monk develops right view relying on seclusion, non-excitement, for ceasing and to give up in the end with maturity  re  and the monk develops right concentration relying on seclusion, non-excitement, for ceasing and to give up in the end with maturity. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much the Noble Eightfold Path.

4. ßHere, monks, the monk develops right view, right thought, right speech, right action, right livlihood, right endeavor, right mindfulness, and right concentration to drive out greed, hate, and delusion completely.

5. ßMonks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much of the Noble Eightfold Path.

6. ßHere monks, the monk develops right view to dive and end in the deathless.

7. ßThe monk develops right concentration to dive and end in the deathless. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much the Noble Eightfold Path.

8. ßHere, monks, the monk develops right view bending, sloping, and inclining to extinction.

9. The monk develops right concentration bending, sloping, and inclining to extinction. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much of the Noble Eightfold Path

44. 16. 5Ý8.
(391Ý394) Ogho II Ý Floods II (1Ý4)

(II Pari¤¤a Ý Exact Comprehension

10. ßMonks, these three are floods. What three? Sensual and floods `to be' and fulfilling wishes of the holy life. Monks, for exact comprehension of these three floods the Noble Eightfold Path should be developed and made much. How should the Noble Eightfold Path be developed and made much?

11. ßHere monks, the monk develops right view relying on seclusion, non-excitement, for ceasing and to give up in the end with maturity.

12. ßThe monk develops right concentration relying on seclusion, non-excitement, for ceasing and to give up in the end with maturity. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much the Noble Eightfold Path.

13. ßHere, monks, the monk develops right view 

14.  right concentration to drive out greed, hate, and delusion completely. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much the Noble Eightfold Path.

15. ßHere, monks, the monk develops right view to dive and end in the deathless.

16. ßThe monk develops right concentration to dive and end in the deathless. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much the Noble Eightfold Path.

17. ßHere monks, the monk develops right view bending, sloping, and inclining to extinction and the monk develops right concentration bending, sloping, and inclining to extinction. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much of the Noble Eightfold Path.

44. 16 9Ý12.
(395Ý3988) Ogho III Ý Floods III (1Ý4)

(III Parikkhaya Ý Exhaustion)

18. ßMonks, these three are the floods. What three? Sensual and floods `to be' and fulfilling wishes of

the holy life. Monks, for exhaustion of these three floods the Noble Eightfold Path should be developed and made much. How should the Noble Eightfold Path be developed and made much?

19. ßHere monks, the monk develops right view relying on seclusion, non-excitement, for ceasing and to give up in the end with maturity. 

20. ßThe monk develops right concentration relying on seclusion, non-excitement, for ceasing and to give up in the end with maturity. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much the Noble Eightfold Path.

21. ßHere monks, the monk develops right view to drive out greed, hate, and delusion completely.

22. ßThe monk develops right concentration to drive out greed, hate, and delusion completely. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much the Noble Eightfold Path.

23. ßHere, monks, the monk develops right view to dive and end in the deathless.

24. ßThe monk develops right concentration to dive and end in the deathless. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much of the Noble Eightfold Path

25. ßHere, monks, the monk develops right view bending, sloping, and inclining to extinction  re  and the monk develops right concentration bending, sloping, and inclining to extinction. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much the Noble Eightfold Path.

44. 16 13Ý16.
(399Ý402) Ogho IV Ý Floods IV(1Ý4)

(IV Pahàna Ý Dispelling)

26. ßMonks, these three are floods. What three? Sensual and floods `to be' and fulfilling wishes of the holy life. Monks, for dispelling these three floods the Noble Eightfold Path should be developed and made much. How should the Noble Eightfold Path be developed and made much?

27.ÿere monks, the monk develops right view relying on seclusion, non-excitement, for ceasing and to give up in the end with maturity.

28. ßThe monk develops right concentration relying on seclusion, non-excitement, for ceasing and to give up in the end with maturity. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much the Noble Eightfold Path.

29. ßHere monks, the monk develops right view to drive out greed, hate, and delusion completely.

30. ßThe monk develops right concentration to drive out greed, hate, and delusion completely. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much of the Noble Eightfold Path.

31ÿere monks, the monk develops right view to dive and end in the deathless.

32. ßThe monk develops right concentration to dive and end in the deathless. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much the Noble Eightfold Path.

33. ßHere, monks, the monk develops right view bending, sloping, and inclining to extinction  re  and the monk develops right concentration bending, sloping, and inclining to extinction. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much of the Noble Eightfold Path.û

44. 16 17Ý32
(403Ý418) Yogo Ý Bonds

(The detailed Sutta is to be copied from suttas 387Ý402 (paragraphs 3Ý33) with necessary changes for Bonds.)

1. I heard thus. At one time the Blessed One lived in the monastery offered by Anàthapiõóika in Jeta's Grove in Sàvatthi, and addressed the monks from there:

2. ßMonks, these four are the bonds. What four? They are the bond of sensuality, the bond to be, the bond of views and the bond of ignorance. Monks, for special knowledge, exact comprehension, exhaustion and dispelling of these four bonds the Noble Eightfold Path should be developed and made much How should the Noble Eightfold Path be developed?.

3. ßHere, monks, the monk develops right view relying on seclusion, non-excitement, for ceasing and to give up in the end with maturity  re  and the monk develops right concentration relying on seclusion, non-excitement, for ceasing and to give up in the end with maturity. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much the Noble Eightfold Path.

44. 16 33Ý48.
(419Ý434) Upàdànam Ý Seizing

(The detailed Sutta is to be copied from suttas 387Ý402 (paragraphs 3Ý33) with necessary changes for Seizing.)

1. I heard thus. At one time the Blessed One lived in the monastery offered by Anàthapiõóika in Jeta's Grove in Sàvatthi, and addressed the monks from there:

2. ßMonks, this is the fourfold seizing. What four? They are seizing sensuality, seizing views, seizing virtues and seizing self view. Monks, for special knowledge, exact comprehension, exhaustion and dispelling of this fourfold seizing the Noble Eightfold Path should be developed and made much. Monks, how should the Noble Eightfold Path be developed?

3. ßHere, monks, the monk develops right view relying on seclusion, non-excitement, for ceasing and to give up in the end with maturity  re  and the monk develops right concentration relying on seclusion, non-excitement, for ceasing and to give up in the end with maturity. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much the Noble Eightfold Path.

44. 16 49Ý64
(435Ý450) Gantha Ý Bodily Knots

(The detailed Sutta is to be copied from suttas 387Ý402 (paragraphs 3Ý33) with necessary changes for Bodily Knots.)

1. I heard thus. At one time the Blessed One lived in the monastery offered by Anàthapiõóika in Jeta's Grove in Sàvatthi, and addressed the monks from there:

2. ßMonks, these four are the bodily knots. What four? They are bodily knot, of coveting, of anger, of clinging to virtues and the bodily knot, this only is the truth. Monks, for special knowledge, exact comprehension, exhaustion and dispelling of these four bodily knots the Noble Eightfold Path should be developed and made much. Monks, how should the Noble Eightfold Path be developed?

3. ßHere, monks, the monk develops right view relying on seclusion, non-excitement, for ceasing and to give up in the end with maturity  re  and the monk develops right concentration relying on seclusion, non-excitement, for ceasing and to give up in the end with maturity. Monks, in this manner the monk develops and makes much the Noble Eightfold Path.

44. 16 65Ý80
(451Ý66) Anusayà Ý Latent tendencies

(The detailed Sutta is to be copied from suttas 387Ý402 (paragraphs 3Ý33) with necessary changes for Latent Tendencies.)

1. I heard thus. At one time the Blessed One lived in the monastery offered by Anàthapiõóika in Jeta's Grove in Sàvatthi, and addressed the monks from there:

2. ßMonks, these seven are the latent tendencies. What seven? They are the latent tendency for, sensual greed, anger, views, doubts, measuring, and the latent tendencies `to be' and to ignore. Monks, for special knowledge, exact comprehension, exhaustion and dispelling of these seven latent tendencies the Noble Eightfold Path should be developed and made much.

44. 16 81Ý96
(467Ý482) Kàmaguna Ý Five Strands of Sense Pleasures

(The detailed Sutta is to be copied from suttas 387Ý402 (paragraphs 3Ý33) with necessary changes for Five Strands of Sense Pleasures.)

1. I heard thus. At one time the Blessed One lived in the monastery offered by Anàthapiõóika in Jeta's Grove in Sàvatthi, and addressed the monks from there:

2. ßMonks, these are the five strands of sense pleasures. What five? They are welcome, beloved, charming enticing forms cognizable by eye-consciousness that arouse sensuality, sounds cognizable by ear-consciousness that arouse sensuality, scents cognizable by nose-consciousness that arouse sensuality, tastes cognizable by tongue-consciousness that arouse sensuality and touches cognizable by body-consciousness that arouse sensuality Monks, for special knowledge, exact comprehension, exhaustion and dispelling of these five sensual pleasures the Noble Eightfold Path should be developed and made much.

44. 16 97Ý112.
(483Ý498) Nãvaranàni Ý Obstructions

(The detailed Sutta is to be copied from suttas 387Ý402 (paragraphs 3Ý33) with necessary changes for Obstructions of the Mind.)

1. I heard thus. At one time the Blessed One lived in the monastery offered by Anàthapiõóika in Jeta's Grove in Sàvatthi, and addressed the monks from there:

2. ßMonks, these five are the obstructions of the mind. What five? They are sensual greed, anger, sloth and torpor restlessness and worry and doubts. Monks, for special knowledge, exact comprehension, exhaustion and dispelling of these five obstructions the Noble Eightfold Path should be developed and made much.

44. 16 113Ý128.
(499Ý514) Upàdànakkhandà Ý Holding Masses

(The detailed Sutta is to be copied from suttas 387Ý402 (paragraphs 3Ý33) with necessary changes for Holding Masses.)

1. I heard thus. At one time the Blessed One lived in the monastery offered by Anàthapiõóika in Jeta's Grove in Sàvatthi, and addressed the monks from there:

2. ßMonks, these five are the holding masses. What five? They are the masses of matter, feelings, perceptions, intentions, and consciousness. Monks, for special knowledge, exact comprehension, exhaustion and dispelling of these five masses the Noble Eightfold Path should be developed and made much.

44. 16 129Ý144.
(515Ý530) Orambhàgiyàni Ý Sensual Bonds

(The detailed Sutta is to be copied from suttas 387Ý402 (paragraphs 3Ý33) with necessary changes for Sensual Bonds.)

1. I heard thus. At one time the Blessed One lived in the monastery offered by Anàthapiõóika in Jeta's Grove in Sàvatthi, and addressed the monks from there:

2. ßMonks, these five are the sensual bonds. What five? They are self view, doubts, clinging to virtues, sensual interest and anger Monks, for special knowledge, exact comprehension, exhaustion and dispelling of these five bonds the Noble Eightfold Path should be developed and made much.

44. 16 145Ý160.
(531Ý546) Uddhambhàgiya Ý Non-Sensual Bonds

(The detailed Sutta is to be copied from suttas 387Ý402 (paragraphs 3Ý33) with necessary changes for Non-sensual Bonds.)

1. I heard thus. At one time the Blessed One lived in the monastery offered by Anàthapiõóika in Jeta's Grove in Sàvatthi, and addressed the monks from there:

2. ßMonks, these five are the non-sensual bonds. What five? Greed for material states, immaterial states, measuring, restlessness and ignorance. Monks, for special knowledge of these non-sensual bonds the Noble Eightfold Path should be developed and made much.û