Anicca Sutta, 1 Definition(s)
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General definition (in Buddhism)
1. Anicca Sutta (see also Yadanicca Sutta) - Preached at Savatthi; all khandhas are impermanent. S.iii.21.
2. Anicca Sutta - Preached at Savatthi, in reply to a monks question. S.iii.21.
3. Anicca Sutta - At Savatthi, preached in reply to Radhas questions (S.iii.195).
4. Anicca Sutta - Same as (3); desire for what is impermanent should be repelled. S.iii.199.
5. Anicca Sutta - Same as (4). S.iii.200.
6. Anicca Sutta - All the external senses are impermanent. S.iv.1-2.
7. Anicca Sutta - The same. Personal senses, past, present and future, are impermanent. S.iv.3-4.
8. Anicca Sutta - On the impermanence of external sense perceptions. S.iv.5.
9. Anicca Sutta - All is impermanent (S.iv.28).
10. Anicca Sutta - All feeling, pleasant, painful and neutral is impermanent. S.iv.214.
11. Anicca Sutta - The idea of impermanence, if cultivated, is beneficial (S.v.132).
12. Anicca Sutta - On the seven kinds of persons who are worthy of homage and of gifts. A.iv.13-14.Source: Pali Kanon: Pali Proper Names
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