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Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera
Saññā Sutta:1.Saññā Sutta.The thought of foulness,death,peril,cloying of food,distaste these,if cultivated,are of great advantage.A.iii.79.

2.Saññā Sutta. The thoughts of impermanence,of not self,death the cloying of food,distaste these,if developed,lead to great profit.A.iii.79.

3.Saññā Sutta. To get rid of thoughts of sense desire,ill will and harm,their opposites must be cultivated.A.iii.446.

4.Saññā Sutta. Thoughts of impermanence,not self,unlovely things,peril,renunciation,dispassion,ending these lead to growth and not to decline.A.iv.24.

5.Saññā Sutta.Thoughts of the unattractive,death,cloying of food,all world discontent,impermanence,of all therein,of no self in ill are of great advantage.A.iv.46.

6.Saññā Sutta. The same as (5),in greater detail.A.iv.47.

7.Saññā Sutta. Same as (5),with the addition of thoughts of abandoning,fading,and ending.A.v.105.

8.Saññā Sutta. The same as (2),with the addition of thoughts of the skeleton,worms,discoloured corpse,fissured corpse,and swollen corpse.A.v.106.

9.Saññā Sutta. If a recluse develops the thoughts that he has come to the state of being an outcast,that his life is dependent on others,that he must now behave differently that will develop in him the seven conditions.A.v.210f.

10.Saññā Sutta. Diversity of thoughts is due to diversity of elements; hence arises diversity of aims,desires,yearnings,and quests.S.ii.143.

11.Saññā Sutta. Perception of a visible object is fleeting.S.ii.247.

12.Saññā Sutta. Perception of body is impermanent; likewise sound,scent,etc.S.iii.227.

13.Saññā Sutta. See Aniccatā Sutta.

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