1. Gilāna Vagga.-The thirteenth chapter of the Pañcaka Nipāta of the Anguttara Nikāya (A.iii.142-7).
2. Gilāna Vagga.-The eighth chapter of the Salāyatana Samyutta. S.iv.46-53.
3. Gilāna Vagga.-The second chapter of the Bojjhanga Samyutta. S.v.78.83.
1. Gilāna Sutta.-There are three types of sick men - those who will not, in any case, recover; those who recover whether looked after or not; those who recover only if properly looked after. Even so, there are three kinds of men - those who will never, whether they hear the Dhamma or not, enter into an assurance of perfection, etc. A.i.120f.
2. Gilāna Sutta.-The Buddha visits a sick novice of no reputation and talks to him. The novice, pondering on the Buddha's words, re-covers. S.iv.46; cf. S.iii.119.
3. Gilāna Sutta.-The same as the above, except that the topic is final emancipation without grasping (anupādā parinibbāna). S.iv.47.
4. Gilāna Sutta.-The Buddha visits Mahā Kassapa lying ill in the Pippalīguhā, and talks to him of the seven bojjhangas. Delighted with the talk, Kassapa recovers. S.v.79.
5. Gilāna Sutta.-Describes a similar visit to Mahā Moggallāna at Gijjhakūta. S.iv.80.
6. Gilāna Sutta.-The Buddha lies ill in the Kalandakanivāpa in Veluvana; Mahā Cunda visits him, and they talk of the seven bojjhangas. The Buddha immediately recovers. S.v.81.
7. Gilāna Sutta.-Once, shortly before his death, the Buddha spent the rainy season in Beluva, where he became seriously ill. By great effort of will he overcame the sickness. Ananda expresses his admiration for the Buddha's strength of mind, but adds his conviction that the Buddha would not die without having made some pronouncement concerning the Order. Then follows the Buddha's famous injunction to his followers that they should take no other guide or refuge but the Dhamma and their own selves. S.v.152f.; the sutta is found almost verbatim in D.ii.98f.
8. Gilāna Sutta.-The Buddha visits the sick ward in the Kūtāgārasāla in Vesāli and talks to a sick monk, telling him that by practising five things during illness one can be sure of the speedy destruction of the āsavas, these things being asubhānupassanā, āhārepatikūlasaññā, sabba-loke anabhiratasaññā, sabbasankhāresu aniccānupassanā and marana-saññā. A.iii.142; cf. Giri Sutta.