Dear members who love Pali,
[Presented by Dr.Han Tun,MD @SariputtaDhamma/JTN]
85. Vutta~nheta.m bhagavataa, vuttamarahataati me suta.m
"Asubhaanupassii, bhikkhave, kaayasmi.m viharatha; aanaapaanassati ca vo
ajjhatta.m parimukha.m suupa.t.thitaa hotu; sabbasa"nkhaaresu aniccaanupassino
viharatha. Asubhaanupassiina.m, bhikkhave, kaayasmi.m viharata.m yo subhaaya
dhaatuyaa raagaanusayo so pahiiyati. Aanaapaanassatiyaa ajjhatta.m parimukha.m
suupa.t.thititaaya ye baahiraa vitakkaasayaa vighaatapakkhikaa, te na honti.
Sabbasa"nkhaaresu aniccaanupassiina.m viharata.m yaa avijjaa saa pahiiyati, yaa
vijjaa saa uppajjatii"ti. Etamattha.m bhagavaa avoca. Tattheta.m iti vuccati
"Asubhaanupassii kaayasmi.m, aanaapaane pa.tissato;
Sabbasa"nkhaarasamatha.m, passa.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.
Iti 85. Asubhaanupassii sutta
This was said by the Blessed One, said by the Arahant, so I have heard: "Remain
focused, monks, on the foulness of the body. Have mindfulness of in-and-out
breathing well established to the fore within you. Remain focused on the
inconstancy of all fabrications. For one who remains focused on the foulness of
the body, the obsession with passion for the property of beauty is abandoned.
For one who has mindfulness of in-and-out breathing well established to the fore
within oneself, annoying external thoughts and inclinations don't exist. For one
who remains focused on the inconstancy of all fabrications, ignorance is
abandoned, clear knowing arises."
"Focusing on foulness in the body (asubhaanupassii kaayasmi.m),
Mindful of in and out breathing (aanaapaane pa.tissato),
Seeing the stilling of all fabrications (sabbasa"nkhaarasamatha.m passa.m),
Ardent always (aataapi sabbadaa),
"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)."
Love Buddha's dhamma,