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A.10_012 A"nga Sutta Monks who have rid themselves of the following five hindrances and who are endowed with a further five virtues are praised by the wise as being virtuous, having fulfilled the Brahma-faring, are consummate in the Dhammavinaya. The five hindrances are enumerated as: 1. sense-desire (kaamachanda); 2. illwill (byaapaada); 3. sloth and torpor (thiinamiddha); 4. absent-mindedness (uddhaccakukkucca), and; 5. doubt (vicikicchaa). Having put away the defilements, a monk should instil himself with the following five virtues: 1. the aggregate of self-discipline (siilakhandha) of one who has no more to learn (asekhapuggala); 2. the aggregate of concentration (samaadhikhandha) of one who has no more to learn (asekhapuggala); 3. the aggregate of wisdom (pa~n~naakhandha) of one who has no more to learn (asekhapuggala); 4. the aggregate of liberation (vimuttikhandha) of one who has no more to learn (asekhapuggala), and; 5. the aggregate of the vision and knowledge of liberation (vimutti~naa.nadassanakhandha) of one who has no more to learn (asekhapuggala). 38/025 Dasaka Nipaata, Pa.thama Pa.n.naasaka A"nguttara A.i.


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