1. Bojjhanga Sutta. Among the four kinds of deeds
- dark with a dark
result, dark with a bright result, bright with a bright result and bright with a
dark result - the
seven kinds of wisdom (bojjhanga) are neither dark nor bright, and conduce to
the waning of deeds. A.ii.236f.
2. Bojjhanga Sutta. The seven bojjhangas lead to
the Uncompounded (A sankhata). S. iv.361.
3. Bojjhanga Sutta. Describes how concentration on
breathing leads to the cultivation of the seven bojjhangas. S. v.312.