|Sutta Name||Nikaya||Vagga||Academic||PTS||PSA Plae||Keywords||Notes|
|Sa.laayatanavibha"nga||Majjhima||Uparipa.n.naasa, Vibha"nga Vagga||MN.137||M.iii.215-22||23/285||senses, mindfulness||A series of definitions the components of the six channels of mind processes
Also enumerated are the six Sense Organs (ajjhattikaayatana): 1. eye (cakkhu); 2. ears (sota); 3. nose (ghaana); 4. mouth (jivhaa); 5. body (kaaya), and; 6. mind (mano) at M.iii.216.
Also enumerated are the six Sense Objects (baahiraayatana): 1. images (ruupa); 2. sounds (sadda); 3. smell (gandha); 4. taste (rasa); 5. touch (pho.t.thabba), and; 6. mental objects (dhamma) at M.iii.216.
Also mentioned are the six groups of consciousness, six groups of contacts, eighteen mental researches, thirty-six tracks for creatures, six satisfactions to be banished, three bases of mindfulness and the supreme trainer of the human mind.
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