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Anguttara Nikaya

AN 1.394–1.574:
Finger Snap

Even a small amount of meditation... (7 minutes)

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Anguttara Nikaya

AN 9.2 Meghiya Sutta:
The Monk Meghiya

The Blessed One explained to Monk Meghiya about five qualities that help to bring an immature mind to maturity. (8 minutes)

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Khuddakapatha

Khp 9 Metta Sutta:
Discourse on Loving-Kindness

How to practice loving-kindness meditation. (3 minutes)

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Udāna

Ud 3.3 Yasoja Sutta:
Arahant Yasoja

When 500 monks come to see the Buddha, they make a great racket, leading the Buddha to dismiss them for a while. (6 minutes)

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Udāna

Ud 3.4 Sāriputta Sutta:
Arahant Sāriputta

The Buddha sees Arahant Sāriputta in meditation and is inspired to say a verse. (1 minute)

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Udāna

Ud 3.5 Kolita Sutta:
Arahant Moggallāna

The Buddha sees Venerable Mahā Moggallāna in meditation. (1 minute)

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Udāna

Ud 4.1 Meghiya Sutta:
The Monk Meghiya

The Blessed One explained to Monk Meghiya about five qualities that help to bring an immature mind to maturity. (8 minutes)

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Itivuttaka

Itv 37 Somanassa Sutta:
Living Joyfully

Insightful and ardent monks investigate the true nature of life. (1 minute)

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Itivuttaka

Itv 45 Patisallāna Sutta:
Living in Seclusion

The Buddha explains the benefits of devoting to seclusion, delighting in seclusion and more. (1 minute)

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Itivuttaka

Itv 47 Jāgariya Sutta:
Wakefulness

The Buddha explains if the benefits gained if a monk meditates reducing sleep, lives mindfully and with wise awareness. (2 minutes)

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Itivuttaka

Itv 60 Puññakiriyavatthu Sutta:
Grounds for Making Merits

The Buddha explains the three grounds for making merit. (1 minute)

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Itivuttaka

Itv 78 Dhātu Saṁsandana Sutta:
Coming Together

The Buddha explains how those with similar mind states come together. (2 minutes)

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Itivuttaka

Itv 79 Parihāna Sutta:
Falling Away

The Buddha explains three things that lead to the falling away of a training monk and three things that lead to the non-falling of a training monk. (2 minutes)

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Itivuttaka

Itv 85 Asubhānupassī Sutta:
Contemplating on Impurities

The Buddha teaches monks to live contemplating the impurities of the body, mindfulness of in-and-out breathing and contemplating the impermanence of all things. (1 minute)

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Sutta Nipata

Snp 1.8 Metta Sutta:
Discourse on Loving-Kindness

How to practice loving-kindness meditation. (3 minutes)

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Theragatha

Thag 16.9:
The Verses of Arahant Anuruddha (892-919)

(5 minutes)