1. Khandhena Sutta.-All the khandhas are impermanent. He who has faith in the doctrine is a saddhānusāri; he who has understood it moderately is a dhammānusāri; he who knows and sees the doctrine is a sotāpanna. S.iii.227f.

2. Khandhena Sutta.-The arising of suffering is due to the arising of the body, etc.; its cessation is brought about by their cessation (S.iii.231).

3. Khandhena Sutta.-Desire and lust (chandarāga) for body, etc., brings about corruption of the mind. S.iii.234.

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