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Abhidhamma. See also Psychology and Buddhism.

<a href=“lib/authors/bodhi/abhiman_en.html”>A Comprehensive Manual of Abhidhamma (Introduction)</a> (Bodhi)

<a href=“lib/authors/mendis/wheel322_en.html”>The Abhidhamma in Practice</a> (Mendis)

Adhitthana (determination, resolution). See also Paramis.

Four determinations: MN 140

Adinava (drawbacks, dangers). See also Gradual instruction.

Drawbacks” in the Path to Freedom pages

~ of feeling: MN 13

~ of form: MN 13

~ of sensuality:

MN 13,

	[[en:tipitaka:sut:mn:mn.014.than#sensuality|MN 14]],
	[[en:tipitaka:sut:mn:mn.054x.than|MN 54]], [[en:tipitaka:sut:sn:sn01:sn01.020.than#drawbacks|SN 1.20]], [[en:tipitaka:sut:kn:iti:iti.3.050-099.than#iti-095|Iti 95]]
:: ~ of clingable phenomena: [[en:tipitaka:sut:sn:sn12:sn12.052.than|SN 12.52]]
:: ~ of aging, illness, and death:
[[en:tipitaka:sut:an:an03:an03.062.than|AN 3.62]],
[[en:tipitaka:sut:an:an04:an04.252.than|AN 4.252]]
:: ~ of supranormal powers: [[en:tipitaka:sut:dn:dn.11.0.than#drawbacks|DN 11]]
:: ~ of unskillful thoughts: [[en:tipitaka:sut:mn:mn.020.than|MN 20]]
:: ~ of unskillful conduct: [[en:tipitaka:sut:an:an02:an02.018.than|AN 2.18]]
:: As one of ten perceptions: [[en:tipitaka:sut:an:an10:an10.060.than#drawbacks|AN 10.60]]
Admonishment. See also Speech.

Right Speech” in the Path to Freedom pages

Making oneself easy to admonish: MN 21

The Buddha's strong words to his son Rahula: MN 61

What to do if someone just won't listen to reason: AN 4.111

Aging. See also Death; Divine messengers; Illness.

The Buddha spits on ~: SN 48.41

Description of ~: MN 9

Understanding of ~ as a basis for Right View: MN 9

Aging” (Dhammapada XI)

Effects of ~ on the body: Thig 13.1

How to train yourself when your body is old and decrepit: SN 22

You're never too old to realize the Dhamma: Thig 5.8

Age is no measure of wisdom: SN 3.1

Advice to two aging brahmans: AN 3.51, AN 3.52

AIDS. See also Illness.
Anapanasati (mindfulness of breathing).

The Buddha's principal teaching on ~: MN 118

How ~ leads to Awakening: SN 54.13

~ should be developed no matter how far along you are in your meditation practice: SN 54.8

As one of the ten Recollections: See Recollections, ten.

As one of the ten Perceptions: AN 10.60

As a method of subduing lust: SN 8.4

As a method of subduing annoying thoughts: Iti 85

Five qualities a practitioner of ~ should develop: AN 5.96, AN 5.97, AN 5.98

<a href=“lib/authors/ariyadhamma/bl115_en.html”>Anapana Sati: Meditation on Breathing</a> (Ariyadhamma)

Dhamma talks by Thanissaro Bhikkhu:

<a href=“lib/authors/thanissaro/meditations_en.html”>Meditations: Forty Dhamma Talks</a>;

	<a href="lib/authors/thanissaro/meditations2_en.html">//Meditations 2//</a>;
	<a href="lib/authors/thanissaro/meditations3_en.html">//Meditations 3//</a>;
	<a href="lib/authors/thanissaro/meditations4_en.html">//Meditations 4//</a>;
	<a href="lib/authors/thanissaro/meditations5_en.html">//Meditations 5//</a>
:: "[[en:lib:authors:thanissaro:guided|A Guided Meditation]]" (Thanissaro)
:: "[[en:lib:authors:thanissaro:agendas|The Agendas of Mindfulness]]" (Thanissaro)
:: "[[en:lib:authors:thanissaro:deperception|De-perception]]" (Thanissaro)
:: <a href="lib/thai/kee/condensed_en.html">//Breath Meditation Condensed//</a> (Kee)
:: <a href="lib/thai/lee/inmind_en.html">//Keeping the Breath in Mind//</a> (Lee)
:: See also many other books by [[en:lib:thai:index#lee|Ajaan Lee]] and [[en:lib:thai:index#fuang|Ajaan Fuang]].
Anatta (not-self). See also Tilakkhana (three characteristics of existence).

Reflection on ~ as a basis for insight: SN 22.59

Why the Buddha did not take a position on the question of whether or not there is a self: SN 44.10

The views “I have a self” and “I have no self” are equally wrong: MN 22

Identifying the five khandhas as “self” is the cause of affliction: SN 22.1

As one of seven perceptions: AN 7.46

As one of ten perceptions: AN 10.60

Relation of ~ to dependent co-arising: DN 15

Contemplation of the six senses in terms of ~: MN 148

Not understanding ~ is like being a dog tied to a post: SN 22.99

Consciousnesses” (Lee)

<a href=“lib/authors/mendis/wheel268_en.html”>The No-self Characteristic</a> (Mendis)

No-self or Not-self?” (Thanissaro)

The Not-self Strategy” (Thanissaro)

Selves & Not-self” (Thanissaro)

<a href=“lib/authors/khema/bl095_en.html”>Meditating on No-self</a> (Khema)

Anger. See also Conflict; Ill-will (vyapada); Kilesa (defilements); Khanti (patience); Metta (goodwill); Nivarana (hindrances); War.

As the only thing that's good to kill: SN 1.71

What to do if someone is angry with you: SN 7.2, SN 11.4

What to do when ~ arises: Thag 6.12

The best response to ~ (a debate between two deities): SN 11.5

~ can carve into you like an inscription in stone: AN 3.130

~ can never be conquered with more ~: SN 11.4, Dhp 3

Anger” (Dhammapada XVII)

The dangers of giving in to ~: AN 7.60

<a href=“lib/authors/piyatissa/bl068_en.html”>The Elimination of Anger</a> (Piyatissa)

Anicca (impermanence, inconstancy). See also Tilakkhana (three characteristics of existence).

As one of seven perceptions: AN 7.46

As one of ten perceptions: AN 10.60

Ponder ~ constantly: Thag 1.111

Contemplate ~ to overcome ignorance: Iti 85

Everything in the world is subject to disintegration: SN 35.82

<a href=“lib/authors/various/wheel186_en.html”>The Three Basic Facts of Existence: Volume 1, Impermanence</a> (Nyanaponika, ed)

All About Change” (Thanissaro)

Anusaya (obsession; underlying tendency).

Seven ~: AN 7.11; AN 7.12

Three ~ in relationship to pleasant, painful, and neutral feeling: MN 44; MN 148; SN 36.6

With the end of the categories of objectification, the ~ come to an end: MN 18</dd>

<dt>Anussati — see **[[#recollections|Recollections, ten]]**.</dt>
Apaya-mukha (path to deprivation).

Advice to householders on how to avoid the ~: AN 8.54, DN 31

Appamada (heedfulness, zeal).

Defined: SN 35.97, SN 48.56

Difference between ~ and its opposite: SN 35.97

~ is the foremost skillful quality (ten similes): AN 10.15

As the one quality that can provide security: SN 3.17

What constitutes living with ~: SN 55.40

The Buddha's last words: DN 16, SN 6.15

Heedfulness” (Dhammapada II)

Benefits of ~: Iti 23

Wake up!: Sn 2.10

A Note on Openness” (Bodhi)</dd>

<dt>Appropriate attention — see **[[#yoniso|Yoniso-manasikara]]**.</dt>
Arahant (fully-awakened being). See also Buddha; Nibbana.

Stock passage describing attainment of arahantship: AN 6.55

Stock passage describing the qualities of an ~: AN 6.55

Who can find fault in an ~?: Ud 7.6

Why an ~ continues meditating: SN 16.5

Does an ~ feel pain?: SN 1.38, SN 4.13

Does an ~ grieve?: SN 21.2

An ~'s actions bear no kammic fruit, good or evil: AN 3.33, Dhp 39, Dhp 267, Dhp 412

What is the difference between an ~ and a Buddha?: SN 22.58

What is the difference between an ~ and a “learner” (sekha)?: SN 48.53

How to recognize if you're an ~: SN 35.152

Arahants” (Dhammapada VII)

Brahmans” (Dhammapada XXVI)

Fate of ~ after death: MN 72, SN 22.85, SN 22.86

Nine unskillful acts an ~ is incapable of doing: AN 9.7

“The Conventional Mind, the Mind Released,” in <a href=“lib/thai/boowa/straight_en.html”>Straight From the Heart</a> (Boowa)</dd>

<dt>Ariya-atthangika magga — see **[[#eightfold|Noble Eightfold Path]]**.</dt>
<dt>Ariya sacca — see **[[#fourtruths|Four Noble Truths]]**.</dt>
Asava (fermentations, effluents, outflows, taints). See also Kilesa.

The Buddha's principal teaching on ~: MN 2

Understanding of ~ as a basis for Right View: MN 9

Three ~: Iti 56, Iti 57

~ and right view: MN 117

Six important aspects of ~ to be understood: AN 6.63

Ascetic practices.

Thirteen ~: Thag 16.7

The Buddha describes the ~ he practiced as a bodhisatta: MN 12

Which ascetic practices should be observed?: AN 10.94

Asoka (Indian King, r. 273-232 B.C.E.).

<a href=“lib/authors/dhammika/wheel386_en.html”>The Edicts of King Asoka</a> (Dhammika)

<a href=“lib/authors/thanissaro/asoka_en.html”>That the True Dhamma Might Last a Long Time: Readings Selected by King Asoka</a> (Thanissaro)

Asubha (unattractiveness, loathsomeness). See also Body; Nibbida; Sensuality.

Contemplation of ~ to maintain one's resolve towards celibacy: SN 35.127

As one of seven beneficial reflections: AN 7.46

Mastery of ~ is a quality to be developed: MN 152

Unattractiveness of the body as one of ten perceptions: AN 10.60

The body as an unlanced boil: AN 9.15

Using contemplation of ~ to subdue lust: Iti 85; also “The Work of a Contemplative,” in <a href=“lib/thai/boowa/thingsas_en.html”>Things as They Are</a> (Boowa)

Ven. Ananda's advice to Ven. Vangisa on overcoming lust: SN 8.4

Ajaan Maha Boowa's story of conquering lust by contemplating ~: “An Heir to the Dhamma,” in <a href=“lib/thai/boowa/straight_en.html”>Straight From the Heart</a> (Boowa)

Ven. Sister Subha plucks out an eye: Thig 14.1

<a href=“lib/authors/khantipalo/wheel271_en.html”>Bag of Bones: A Miscellany on the Body</a> (Khantipalo)

Attachment. See also Sensuality; Tanha (craving).

Does ~ to possessions really bring happiness?: SN 4.8

~ to loved ones as a cause of sorrow: SN 42.11, AN 5.30, Ud 8.8

~ to the body as a cause of further pain: Sn 4.2</dd>

<dt><span anchor #attha-sila>Attha-sila</span> (the eight precepts) — see **[[#precepts|Precepts]]**.</dt>
<dt><span anchor #aversion>Aversion</span> — see **[[##ill|Ill-will (vyapada)]]**.</dt>
Avijja (ignorance). See also Kilesa (defilements); Paticca-samuppada (dependent co-arising).

As a flood: SN 45.171

As a yoke: AN 4.10

As one of the fetters (Sanyojana): AN 10.13

As one of the obsessions (Anusaya): AN 7.11, AN 7.12

As the cause of wrong view, wrong resolve, etc.: SN 45.1

What one thing must one abandon in order to overcome ~?: SN 35.80

Ignorance” in the Path to Freedom pages

Understanding of ~ as a basis for Right View: MN 9

As an obstruction: Iti 14

“Unawareness Converges…,” in <a href=“lib/thai/boowa/straight_en.html”>Straight From the Heart</a> (Boowa)

Ignorance” (Thanissaro)

Awakening. See also Nibbana; Vimutti (release).

Factors for ~: see Bojjhanga.

Is ~ “gradual” or “sudden”?: Ud 5.5

“The Meaning of the Buddha's Awakening” — in Part III of <a href=“lib/authors/thanissaro/refuge_en.html”>Refuge: An Introduction to the Buddha, Dhamma, and Sangha</a> (Thanissaro)

A Refuge in Awakening” (Lee)</dd>

<dt><span anchor #awareness>Awareness</span> — see **[[#sati|Sati]]**.</dt>
Ayoniso manasikara (inappropriate attention). See also Yoniso manasikara (appropriate attention).

What to do when the mind is being consumed by unskillful thoughts: SN 9.11

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Bala (the five strengths). See also Bodhipakkhiya-dhamma.

Definition of the ~: AN 5.2

The Five Strengths” in The Wings to Awakening (Thanissaro)

Food for the Mind” in Food for Thought (Lee)

“The Path of Strength,” in <a href=“lib/thai/boowa/thingsas_en.html”>Things as They Are</a> (Boowa)

Beauty.

As a meditative attainment: SN 14.11</dd>

<dt>Beginning meditation — see Introduction to meditation practice.</dt>

Bhava (becoming). See also Paticca-samuppada (dependent co-arising).

As a flood: SN 45.171

As a yoke: AN 4.10

Three levels on which ~ operates: AN 3.76, AN 3.77

<a href=“lib/authors/thanissaro/index_en.html#paradoxofbecoming”>Paradox of Becoming, The</a> (Thanissaro)</dd>

<dt>Bhikkhu — see Monastic Life.</dt>

<dt>Bhikkhuni — see **[[#monastic|Monastic Life]]**.</dt>
Biographies.

Account of the Buddha's life in Chapter 2 of <a href=“lib/authors/thanissaro/refuge_en.html”>Refuge: An Introduction to the Buddha, Dhamma, and Sangha</a> (Thanissaro)

Ananda: <a href=“lib/authors/hecker/wheel273_en.html”>Ananda: The Guardian of the Dhamma</a> (Hecker)

Anathapindika: <a href=“lib/authors/hecker/wheel334_en.html”>Anathapindika: The Great Benefactor</a> (Hecker)

Angulimala: <a href=“lib/authors/hecker/wheel312_en.html”>Angulimala: A Murderer's Road to Sainthood</a> (Hecker)

Buddhist Women: <a href=“lib/authors/hecker/wheel292_en.html”>Buddhist Women at the Time of the Buddha</a> (Hecker)

Maha Kaccana: <a href=“lib/authors/bodhi/wheel405_en.html”>Maha Kaccana: Master of Doctrinal Exposition</a> (Bodhi)

Maha Kassapa: <a href=“lib/authors/hecker/wheel345_en.html”>Maha Kassapa: Father of the Sangha</a> (Hecker)

Maha-Moggallana: <a href=“lib/authors/hecker/wheel263_en.html”>Life of Maha-Moggallana</a> (Hecker)

Sariputta: <a href=“lib/authors/nyanaponika/wheel090_en.html”>The Life of Sariputta</a> (Nyanaponika)

Ajaan Lee: <a href=“lib/thai/lee/leeauto_en.html”>The Autobiography of Phra Ajaan Lee</a> (Lee)

Ajaan Thate<a href=“lib/thai/thate/thateauto_en.html”>The Autobiography of a Forest Monk</a> (Thate)</dd>

<dt>Birth — see **[[#jati|Jati]]**.</dt>
<dt>Bisexuality — see **[[#sexid|Sexual identity]]**.</dt>
Bodhipakkhiya-dhamma (37 Wings to Awakening).

<a href=“lib/authors/thanissaro/wings/index_en.html”>The Wings to Awakening: an Anthology from the Pali Canon</a> (Thanissaro)

~ and their relation to the six senses: MN 149

Prerequisites for the development of the ~: AN 9.1

As related to breath meditation: “Wings to Awakening” in The Skill of Release (Lee)

Also look under each of its constituent seven sets:
Body. See also Asubha; Attachment; Sensuality.

Mindfulness of the ~: see Satipatthana.

Thirty-two parts of the ~: Khp 3, A Chanting Guide, "Disenchantment" (Suwat)

Foulness of ~: AN 9.15, Sn 1.11, Thag 10.5

Bodily Debts” in Food for Thought (Lee)

<a href=“lib/authors/khantipalo/wheel271_en.html”>Bag of Bones: A Miscellany on the Body</a> (Khantipalo)

This Body of Mine” in Fistful of Sand (Suwat)

Bojjhanga (factors for Awakening). See also Bodhipakkhiya-dhamma.

The right and wrong times to cultivate the ~: SN 46.53

See the suttas in the Bojjhanga-samyutta of the Samyutta Nikaya

<a href=“lib/authors/piyadassi/wheel001_en.html”>The Seven Factors of Enlightenment</a> (Piyadassi)

The Seven Factors for Awakening” in The Wings to Awakening (Thanissaro)

Brahmavihara (Divine abodes; sublime states). See also Metta; Karuna; Mudita; Upekkha.

Systematic cultivation of ~:

SN 42.8,

	[[en:tipitaka:sut:sn:sn46:sn46.054.than|SN 46.54]],
	[[en:tipitaka:sut:an:an10:an10.208.than|AN 10.208]]
:: Practice of ~ as a door to the Deathless: [[en:tipitaka:sut:mn:mn.052.than#brahma|MN 52]], [[en:tipitaka:sut:an:an11:an11.017.than#brahma|AN 11.17]]
:: Offering comfort and protection from the cold: [[en:tipitaka:sut:kn:thag:thag.06.02.than|Thag 6.2]]
:: Five realizations that arise from concentration based on the ~: [[en:tipitaka:sut:an:an05:an05.027.than|AN 5.27]]
:: Practicing any one of the ~ can take one all the way to fourth jhana: [[en:tipitaka:sut:an:an08:an08.063.than|AN 8.63]]
:: "[[en:lib:authors:thanissaro:headandheart|Head & Heart Together: Bringing Wisdom to the Brahma-viharas]]" (Thanissaro)
:: <a href="lib/authors/nyanaponika/wheel006_en.html">//The Four Sublime States//</a> (Nyanaponika)</dd>
<dt>Breath meditation — see **[[#anapanasati|Anapanasati]]**.</dt>
Buddha. See also Arahant.

As one of the ten Recollections: see Recollections, ten.

<a href=“lib/authors/thanissaro/refuge_en.html”>Refuge: An Introduction to the Buddha, Dhamma, and Sangha</a> (Thanissaro)

Buddha's Awakening: See Tevijja (Threefold Knowledge)</dd>

<dt>Buddhism — see **[[#intro-budd|Introduction to ~]]**.</dt>
<dt>Burma — see **[[#myanmar|Myanmar]]**.</dt>

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Caste system.

Caste (i.e., race, social class, national identity, etc.) does not determine one's virtue or spiritual potential:

MN 90,

	[[en:tipitaka:sut:mn:mn.093.than|MN 93]]
:: Even outcastes can become arahants: [[en:tipitaka:sut:kn:thag:thag.12.02.than|Thag 12.2]]
:: A bhikkhu has no caste: [[en:tipitaka:sut:an:an10:an10.048.than|AN 10.48]]
Celibacy. See also Nekkhamma (renunciation); Restraint; Sensuality.

Tools to support one's resolve towards ~: SN 35.127

Don't pretend to be celibate if you're not: Iti 48

A Single Mind” (Fuang)</dd>

<dt>Ceremonies — see **[[#rituals|Rituals]]**.</dt>
Chanting (Pali). See also Devotion; Rituals and Ceremonies.

<a href=“lib/authors/piyadassi/protection_en.html”><i>The Book of Protection (Paritta)</i></a> (Piyadassi)

<a href=“lib/authors/dhammayut/chanting_en.html”>A Chanting Guide: Pali Passages with English Translations</a> (Dhammayut Order)

The Divine Mantra (Lee)</dd>

<dt>Characteristics of existence — see **[[#tilakkhana|Tilakkhana]]**.</dt>
Children. See also Parents; Family; Young people (readings for).

Three types of sons and daughters: Iti 74

At one time or another, we have all been each other's ~: SN 15.14

Grieving the death of ~: SN 42.11, Ud 2.7, Ud 8.8

The anguish an aging parent feels when his ~ show no gratitude: SN 7.14

Childish innocence should not be confused with wisdom: MN 78

Showing the proper respect to one's parents: Iti 106

Childrens' duties to their parents: DN 31

Parents' duties to their ~: DN 31</dd>

<dt>Clinging — see **[[#upadana|Upadana]].**</dt>
Commentaries.
Communal harmony. See also Monastic community (Sangha).

Six kinds of behavior that lead to amiability and communal harmony: AN 6.12

Comparative Religions. See also God.

Do all religions point towards the same goal?: DN 21, Thag 1.86

Are all religious paths fruitful?: AN 3.78

Dhamma and Non-duality” (Bodhi)

Tolerance and Diversity” (Bodhi)

<a href=“lib/authors/harris/bl134_en.html”>A Journey into Buddhism</a> (Harris)

<a href=“lib/authors/vonglasenapp/wheel002_en.html”>Vedanta and Buddhism: A Comparative Study</a> (von Glasenapp)</dd>

<dt>Compassion — see **[[#karuna|Karuna]]**.</dt>
<dt>Conceit — see **[[#mana|Mana]]**.</dt>
<dt>Concentration — see **[[#samadhi|Samadhi]]**.</dt>
Conflict. See also Anger; Ill-will (vyapada); Papañca; War.

Causes of: Sn 4.8, Sn 4.11, Sn 4.15

<dt>Conscience — see **[[#hiri|Hiri]]**.</dt>
<dt>Consciousness — see **[[#vinnana|Viññana]]**.</dt>
<dt>Contact — see **[[#phassa|Phassa]]**.</dt>
Contentment with little. See also Restraint.

As a vital support for practice: AN 4.28

As a quality of a great person: AN 8.30

Live like a flying bird, whose wings are its only burden: DN 2, DN 11

One thing you should not be content with: AN 2.5

Conviction — see Saddha.

Copyright.</dd>

<dt>Craving — see Tanha.</dt>

<dt>Creation (of universe) — see **[[#questions|Questions not worth asking]]**.</dt>

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Dana (giving; charity). See also Gradual instruction; Paramis.

Generosity” in the Path to Freedom pages

As one of the greatest protections/blessings: Sn 2.4

As a fundamental requirement for success on the Path: AN 5.254

As a treasure: AN 7.6

As one of the ten Recollections: see Recollections, ten.

To whom should one give so as to reap the greatest fruit?: SN 3.24, AN 3.57

Eight persons worthy of gifts: AN 8.59

Giving to one who has abandoned the hindrances brings good results: SN 3.24

Never regret a generous gift you gave in the past: SN 3.20

Give while you're able, before your house burns to the ground!: SN 1.41

Giving is best done at the proper time: AN 5.36

The blessings inherent in the gift of food: AN 5.37

Giving even one's last meal: Iti 26

The fruits of giving that arises from various motives: AN 7.49

The fruits of giving that can be reaped in this life: AN 5.34

Two kinds of gifts: Iti 98, Iti 100

Gifts of Dhamma: Dhp 354, Iti 98, Iti 100

Citta the householder's final teaching on generosity: SN 41.10

Give to many; don't be like a rainless cloud: Iti 75

Giving is good, but there is still more to be done: AN 5.176

The dangers faced by unvirtuous monks who enjoy pleasures, homage and gifts of the laity: AN 7.68

The scale of good deeds: AN 9.20

See the suttas in the Devata-samyutta of the Samyutta Nikaya

The Economy of Gifts” (Thanissaro)

The Food of Kindness” (Medhanandi)

<a href=“lib/authors/various/wheel367_en.html”>Dana: The Practice of Giving</a> (Bodhi)

Dasa-sila (the ten precepts). See also Sila (virtue).

The Ten Precepts” in the Path to Freedom pages

Death. See also Aging; Deathless; Divine messengers; Grief; Illness; Maranassati (mindfulness of death); Murder; Samvega (spiritual urgency).

Five subjects for frequent recollection: AN 5.57

Understanding of ~ as a basis for Right View: MN 9

Why do we grieve when a loved one dies?: SN 42.11

As one of seven beneficial reflections: AN 7.46

As a call to abandon grief and lamentation: Sn 3.8

The greatest protection for the layperson: Sn 2.4

Overcoming ~ by regarding the world as empty: Sn 5.15

Overcoming fear of ~: AN 4.184, Thag 16.1

Heedlessness leads one to ~: Dhp 21

No need for worry as ~ nears: SN 55.21, SN 55.22, AN 6.16

Citta's deathbed conversation with some devas: SN 41.10

Sariputta's teachings to a dying Anathapindika: MN 143

Ven. Ananda's grief over Ven. Sariputta's ~: SN 47.13

The Buddha's reaction to Ven. Sariputta's ~: SN 47.14

Kisa Gotami's grief cured by searching for a mustard seed: ThigA X.1

~ by a runaway cow: MN 140, Ud 1.10, Ud 5.3

~ by murder (see also Murder): Ud 4.3

~ of daughter: Thig 3.5

~ of grandson: Ud 8.8

~ of spouse: AN 5.49

Honor your ancestors and deceased loved ones with gifts: Pv 1.5

Reflections on the brevity of life:

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  • Death comes rolling towards you, crushing everything in its path. Are you ready?: SN 3.25
  • Life flies by, faster than any arrow. What are we to do?: SN 20.6
  • No shelter from aging and death: SN 2.19
  • Your last day approaches — this is no time to be heedless! Thag 6.13
  • Life is brief — practice ardently! Ud 5.2

:: "Beyond Coping: The Buddha's Teachings on Aging, Illness, Death, and Separation" (Study Guide)

<a href=“lib/authors/walshe/wheel261_en.html”>Buddhism and Death</a> (M. O'C. Walshe)

Educating Compassion” (Thanissaro)

Facing Death Without Fear” (De Silva)

Our Real Home” (Chah)

The Last Sermon” in Inner Strength (Lee)

<a href=“lib/thai/boowa/straight_en.html”>Straight From the Heart</a> (Boowa)

<a href=“lib/thai/boowa/tolastbr_en.html”>To The Last Breath — Dhamma Talks on Living and Dying</a> (Boowa)

Deathless (amata-dhamma; a synonym for Nibbana) See also Nibbana.

Eleven modes of practice that lead to the deathless: MN 52, AN 11.17</dd>

<dt>Defilements — see **[[#kilesa|Kilesa]]**.</dt>
<dt>Dependent Co-arising — see **[[#ps|Paticca-samuppada]]**.</dt>
Desire (as part of the Path; (dhamma-chanda)).

Does the ~ for Awakening get in the way of Awakening?: MN 126

Ven. Ananda's instructions to Unnabha: SN 51.15

“The Middleness of the Middle Way,” in <a href=“lib/thai/boowa/thingsas_en.html”>Things as They Are</a> (Boowa)

Desire (as defilement; lobha, kamacchanda, raga). See also Nivarana (hindrances); Kilesa (defilements); Tanha (craving).

As one of the fetters (Sanyojana): AN 10.13

As one of the obsessions (Anusaya): AN 7.11, AN 7.12

As the cause of suffering and stress: SN 42.11

~ ties down the world: SN 1.69

Why ~ and passion connected with the senses is worth abandoning: SN 27.1-8

Why ~ and passion connected with the khandha (aggregates) is worth abandoning: SN 27.10

Why ~ and passion connected with the dhatu (elements) is worth abandoning: SN 27.9

Devas (celestial beings). See also Kamma; Planes of Existence, Thirty-one; Sagga (heaven).

Citta's deathbed conversation with some ~: SN 41.10

Some ~ gather to see the Buddha on his deathbed: DN 16

A huge gathering of ~ visits the Buddha: DN 20

Conversations with the ~ as a basis for faith: DN 11

Occasions when the ~ raise a cheer for a meditator: Iti 82

Omens that a ~ is about to die: Iti 83

As one of the ten Recollections: see Recollections, ten

<a href=“lib/authors/jootla/wheel414_en.html”>Teacher of the Devas</a> (Jootla)

Devotion. See also Relics; Rituals and Ceremonies.

The four Buddhist pilgrimage sites: DN 16

<a href=“lib/authors/piyadassi/protection_en.html”>The Book of Protection (Paritta)</a> (Piyadassi)

<a href=“lib/authors/dhammayut/chanting_en.html”>A Chanting Guide: Pali Passages with English Translations</a> (Dhammayut Order)

<a href=“lib/authors/dhammika/wheel360_en.html”>Matrceta's Hymn to the Buddha: An English Rendering of the Satapancasatka</a> (Ven. S. Dhammika)

Dhamma. See also Teaching the Dhamma.

Basic principles: AN 8.53

Five rewards of listening to ~: AN 5.202

How to listen to the ~: AN 6.88

As one of the ten Recollections: see Recollections, ten.

Dhamma” in the Path to Freedom pages

Dhammapada.

<a href=“lib/authors/bodhi/bl129_en.html”>The Living Message of the Dhammapada</a> (Bodhi)

Dhana (treasures) See also Wealth.

Buddha, Dhamma, and Sangha: Khp 6

Seven ~: AN 7.7

Trading Outer Wealth for Inner Wealth” in Food for Thought (Lee)

Dhatu (properties, elements).

The Buddha's explanation of the ~: MN 140

Why desire and passion connected with the ~ is worth abandoning: SN 27.9</dd>

<dt>Discernment — see **[[#panna|Pañña]]**.</dt>
<dt>Disenchantment — see **[[#nibbida|Nibbida]]**.</dt>
Ditthi (views). See also Questions.

As a yoke: AN 4.10

As a flood: SN 45.171

Wisdom has nothing to do with holding to this or that viewpoint: AN 10.96

What is wrong ~?: MN 117

Distinguishing right ~ from wrong ~: AN 10.103, AN 10.104

The many kinds of ~: DN 1, MN 63, SN 41.3, AN 10.93, AN 10.95

Speculative ~: DN 1

Even the view “I have no self” is wrong: MN 22

The thicket of wrong ~: MN 72

Attachment to ~ is the cause of disputes: Sn 4.8

Right View” in the Path to Freedom pages

As a tool: “Beyond Right and Wrong” in Inner Strength (Lee)

From Views to Vision” (Bodhi)

Divine Messengers. See also Aging; Illness; Death.
Doubt (vicikiccha). See also Nivarana (hindrances); Saddha (conviction).

As one of the fetters (Sanyojana): AN 10.13

As one of the obsessions (Anusaya): AN 7.11, AN 7.12

How can one be freed of all ~?: Sn 5.5

Development of jhana as a means of overcoming ~: Ud 5.7

Downfall.

Causes of ~: Sn 1.6

Downloading.
<dt>Drawbacks — see **[[#adinava|Adinava]]**.</dt>
<dt>Dread (moral) — see **[[#ottappa|Ottappa]]**.</dt>
Dreams.

Five ~ that appeared to the Buddha: AN 5.196

How to ensure good ~: AN 11.16

Interpretation of ~ as a form of wrong livelihood for monks: DN 2, DN 11</dd>

<dt>Drowsiness — see **[[#laziness|Laziness]]**.</dt>
Dukkha (unsatisfactoriness; stress; suffering). See also Paticca-samuppada (dependent co-arising); Tilakkhana (three characteristics of existence).

The Buddha teaches only ~ and its cessation: MN 22

Six important aspects of ~ to be understood: AN 6.63

~ is inherent in everything the body and mind depend upon for nourishment: SN 12.63

As one of seven perceptions: AN 7.46

<a href=“lib/authors/ashby/bl026_en.html”>Our Reactions to Dukkha</a> (Ashby)

The Weight of Mountains” (Thanissaro)

Dukkha” in the Path to Freedom pages

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E

<dl class='gindex'>

<dt>Ecology — see **[[#nature|Nature]]**.</dt>
<dt>Effluents — see **[[#asava|Asava]]**.</dt>
<dt>Effort — see **[[#viriya|Viriya]]**.</dt>
<dt>Eightfold Path — see **[[#eightfold|Noble Eightfold Path]]**.</dt>
Emotion. See also Pasada; Psychology; Samvega; Vedana.

The source of ~: MN 137

<a href=“lib/authors/desilva-p/wheel237_en.html”>The Psychology of Emotions in Buddhist Perspective</a> (Padmasiri de Silva)

Emptiness (Suññata).

In what way is world empty?: SN 35.85

Meditation practice that leads to the “entry into ~,” the doorway to liberation: MN 121

Practical aspects of developing a meditative dwelling in ~: MN 122

Conquering death by seeing the world as empty: Sn 5.15

Voidness of the five khandha: SN 22.95

Emptiness” (Thanissaro)

The Integrity of Emptiness” (Thanissaro)

“From Ignorance to Emptiness,” in <a href=“lib/thai/boowa/thingsas_en.html”>Things as They Are</a> (Boowa)</dd>

<dt><span anchor #engaged>Engaged Buddhism</span> — see **[[#social|Social action]]**.</dt>
<dt>Equanimity — see **[[#upekkha|Upekkha]]**.</dt>
<dt>Ethics — see **[[#sila|Sila]]**.</dt>

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F

<dl class='gindex'>

<dt>Faculties, five mental — see **[[#indriya|Indriya]]**.</dt>
<dt>Faith — see **[[#saddha|Saddha]]**.</dt>
Family. See also Children; Lay Buddhist practice; Parents.

How a ~ can preserve its wealth: AN 4.255

Qualities that hold a ~ together: AN 4.32

Causes of a ~'s downfall: SN 42.9

<a href=“lib/authors/dhammananda/marriage_en.html”>A Happy Married Life: A Buddhist Perspective</a> (Dhammananda)

Fear. See also Death.

In the wilderness, the Buddha comes face-to-face with his ~: MN 4

Ven. Adhimutta reveals his secret for overcoming ~: Thag 16

Four ways of overcoming ~ of death: AN 4.184

Overcoming ~ by recollecting the Buddha, Dhamma, and Sangha: SN 11.3

Your ~ of birth, aging, and death should be greater than your ~ of a dangerous cliff: SN 56.42

Freedom from Fear” (Thanissaro)

Subrahma's Problem” (Bodhi)</dd>

<dt>Feeling — see **[[#vedana|Vedana]]**.</dt>
<dt>Fermentations — see **[[#asava|Asava]]**.</dt>
Fire imagery. See also “Fire” in the Index of Similes.

Used to describe the nature of clinging: SN 12.52

The Fire Sermon: SN 35.28

Fires of passion, aversion, and delusion: Iti 93

Fire as an illustration of the destiny of a fully Awakened being: MN 72

<a href=“lib/authors/thanissaro/likefire/index_en.html”>The Mind Like Fire Unbound: An Image in the Early Buddhist Discourses</a> (Thanissaro)</dd>

<dt><span anchor #fool>Fool</span> — see **[[#wiseperson|Wise person]]**.</dt>
Food (physical and otherwise). See also Nutriment (ahara).

Mindfulness as a preventative against overeating: SN 3.13

The Food of Kindness” (Medhanandi)

Forest traditions. See also Wilderness.

The Customs of the Noble Ones” (Thanissaro)

Forgiveness — see Reconciliation.

The Four Noble Truths (cattari ariya saccani). See also Gradual instruction.

The Buddha's first teaching on ~: SN 56.11

Understanding of ~ as a basis for Right View: MN 9

Direct knowledge of ~ is a hallmark of a true contemplative: Iti 103

As a prequisite for awakening: SN 56.44

Relationship to the Khandha: MN 28

The Four Noble Truths” in the Path to Freedom pages: <a href=“ptf/dhamma/sacca/sacca1/index_en.html”>1st</a>, <a href=“ptf/dhamma/sacca/sacca2/index_en.html”>2nd</a>, <a href=“ptf/dhamma/sacca/sacca3/index_en.html”>3rd</a>, <a href=“ptf/dhamma/sacca/sacca4/index_en.html”>4th</a>

The Four Noble Truths” in The Wings to Awakening (Thanissaro)

The Truth and its Shadows” in Inner Strength (Lee)

The Nobility of the Truths” (Bodhi)</dd>

<dt>Friendship (admirable) — see **[[#k|Kalyanamittata]]**.</dt>

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G

<dl class='gindex'>

<dt>Gender identity — see **[[#sexid|Sexual identity]]**.</dt>
<dt>Generosity — see **[[#dana|Dana]]**.</dt>
<dt>Giving — see **[[#dana|Dana]]**.</dt>
<dt>Goal of Buddhist practice — see **[[#nibbana|Nibbana]]**.</dt>
God (supreme being, Creator, etc.). See also Comparative Religions.

Belief in ~ (instead of in the law of Kamma) is a form of wrong view: AN 3.61

Great Brahma, the deva who mistakenly believes himself to be the supreme being: DN 11</dd>

<dt>Goodwill — see **[[#metta|Metta]]**.</dt>
<dt>Goodness — see **[[##punna|Puñña (merit)]]**.</dt>
Gradual instruction (anupubbi-katha).

Mentioned in: Ud 5.3

The Path to Freedom pages

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