1. Nibbidā Sutta
The seven bojjhangas, if cultivated, lead to revulsion,
calm and Nibbāna. S. v.82.
2. Nibbidā Sutta
The same as above but with the four iddhi-pādas.
3. Nibbidā Sutta
Five things, the perception of which leads to revulsion:
foulness of the body, cloying of food, distaste of the world, impermanence in
all things and the thought of death. A.iii.83.
4. Nibbidā Sutta
Calling to mind the Buddha, the Dhamma, and the Sangha,
etc., conduces to revulsion and to Nibbāna. A.i.30.