|Academic||Sutta Name||Notes||PSA Plae||Vagga||Nikaya||PTS||Keywords|
|AN.IV.236||Bojjha"nga Sutta||There are four types of karma and karmic retribution: |
1. black/dark actions with black/dark retribution: those who break the Five Precepts;
2. white/bright actions with white/bright retribution: those who keep the Five Precepts;
3. mixed black/dark and white/bright actions with mixed black/dark and white/bright retributions: those who sometimes harm others and sometimes refrain from harming others arise in a world where there is sometimes harming and sometimes not and receive a mixture of happiness and suffering, and;
4. neither black/dark nor white/bright actions with neither black/dark nor white/bright retribution: those who practise the Seven Factors of Enlightenment [bhojja"nga].
The last of these [nibbedo] is conducive to a waning of karma.
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