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Academic Sutta NameNotes PSA PlaeVaggaNikayaPTSKeywords
A.10_097 Aahuneyya Sutta The following ten virtues make a monk worthy of knowing, worthy of hospitality, worthy to receive offerings, worthy of respect and a field of merit for the world -- he: 1. is possessed of self-discipline; 2. has heard much; 3. associates with the wise; 4. has right view; 5. has mental powers (e.g. manomayiddhi, iddhividhi); 6. has ability to hear both human and angelic sounds; 7. can read the minds of others [cetopariyaya~naa.na]; 8. can recollect his previous lifetimes [pubbenivasanussati~naa.na]; 9. can recollect previous lifetimes of others [cutupapaata~naa.na], and; 10. can free himself of all defilements. 38/319 Dasaka Nipaata, Dutiya Pa.n.naasaka A"nguttara A.i.


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