1. Jhāna Sutta. Anuruddha tells his
colleagues of the advantages of cultivating trance. S. v.305.
2. Jhāna Sutta. Six things one must give
up in order to develop jhāna. A.iii.428.
3. Jhāna Sutta. Six other things which
must be abandoned in order that jhāna may be developed. A.iii.428.
4. Jhāna Sutta. The Buddha explains to
the monks how the destruction of the Āsavas is the result of every step taken in
the sphere of contemplation. A.iv.422f.
5. Jhāna Sutta. The great benefit one
derives from practising jhāna, even for the duration of a finger-snap, and the
different methods of attaining to such practice. A.i.38ff.
6. Jhāna Sutta. On the advantages that
result from the practice of mindfulness centred on the body. A.i.43f.