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Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera
Chapāna Sutta:If a man were to catch six animals - a snake,a crocodile,a bird,a dog,a jackal and a monkey - and tether them with ropes,they would struggle to be free and to make off,each to his own range or pasture.So do a man’s six senses.If the animals are strongly tethered,they will,with time,grow weary and rest.So will the six senses if one practises attention to the body.S.iv.197; cp.Vsm.484.

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