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Pali: Iti 72. Nissara.niyasutta.m

Postby yawares » Mon Oct 08, 2012 12:05 pm

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Iti 72. Nissara.niyasutta.m
[Presented by Dr.Han Tun, MD @ SariputtaDhamma/JTN]

72. Vutta~nheta.m bhagavataa, vuttamarahataati me suta.m

"Tisso imaa, bhikkhave, nissara.niyaa dhaatuyo. Katamaa tisso? Kaamaanameta.m
nissara.na.m yadida.m nekkhamma.m, ruupaanameta.m nissara.na.m yadida.m
aaruppa.m, ya.m kho pana ki~nci bhuuta.m sa"nkhata.m pa.ticcasamuppanna.m
nirodho tassa nissara.na.m, imaa kho, bhikkhave, tisso nissara.niyaa
dhaatuyo"ti. Etamattha.m bhagavaa avoca. Tattheta.m iti vuccati

"Kaamanissara.na.m ~natvaa, ruupaana~nca atikkama.m;
Sabbasa"nkhaarasamatha.m, phusa.m aataapi sabbadaa.

"Sa ve sammaddaso bhikkhu, yato tattha vimuccati;
Abhi~n~naavosito santo, sa ve yogaatigo munii"ti.

Ayampi attho vutto bhagavataa, iti me sutanti.
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Iti 72. Nissara.niya sutta

This was said by the Blessed One, said by the Arahant, so I have heard: "There
are these three properties for escape. Which three? This is the escape from
sensuality: renunciation (nissara.na.m). This is the escape from form:
formlessness (aaruppa.m). And as for whatever has come into being, is fabricated
and dependently co-arisen, the escape from that is cessation (nirodho). These
are the three properties for escape."

"Knowing the escape from sensuality (kaama-nissara.na.m ~natvaa),
and the overcoming of forms (ruupaana~nca atikkama.m),
ardent always, touching (phusa.m, aataapi sabbadaa)
the stilling of all fabrications (sabbasa"nkhaarasamatha.m).

"He is a monk who's seen rightly (sa ve sammaddaso bhikkhu),
from that he is there set free (yato tattha vimuccati);
A master of direct knowing (abhi~n~naavosito), at peace (santo),
he is a sage gone beyond bonds (sa ve yogaatigo munii)."
------------ :anjali:
Han: There are Four Bonds (Yoga):
(1) The bond of sensual pleasure (kaama-yoga)
(2) The bond of being (bhava-yoga)
(3) The bond of opinions (di.t.thi-yoga)
(4) The bond of ignorance (avijjaa-yoga)

Please see AN 4.10 Yoga Sutta: Bondage, translated from the Pali by K. Nizamis
http://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka ... .niza.html

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