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Upādāparitassanā: Grasping and worry (2)

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Saɱyutta Nikāya:
III. Khandhā Vagga:
22: Khandhāsaɱyutta
Sutta 8
Upādāparitassanā (2)

Grasping and worry (2)

Translated by F. L. Woodward
Edited by Mrs. Rhys Davids
Copyright The Pali Text Society



[1] Thus have I heard:—

The Exalted One was staying at Sāvatthī.

Then thus spake the Exalted One:

'I will show you grasping and worry, brethren:
likewise not grasping and not worrying.
Listen to it,
apply your minds to it thoroughly
and I will speak.'

'Even so, lord,' replied those brethren to the Exalted One.

Thus spake the Exalted One:

'And how, brethren, is there grasping and worry?

And how, brethren, is there grasping and worry?

Herein, brethren, the untaught many-folk have this view:

"This body is mine:
I am this:
this is my self."

Of such an one
the body alters and becomes otherwise.

Owing to the altering and otherwiseness of body,
sorrow and grief,
woe, lamentation and despair arise in him.

"This feeling is mine:
I am this:
this is my self."

Of such an one
feeling alters and becomes otherwise.

Owing to the altering and otherwiseness of feeling,
sorrow and grief,
woe, lamentation and despair arise in him.

"This perception is mine:
I am this:
this is my self."

Of such an one
perception alters and becomes otherwise.

Owing to the altering and otherwiseness of perception,
sorrow and grief,
woe, lamentation and despair arise in him.

"These activities are mine:
I am this:
this is my self."

Of such an one
the activities alter and become otherwise.

Owing to the altering and otherwiseness of the activities,
sorrow and grief,
woe, lamentation and despair arise in him.

"This consciousness is mine:
I am this:
this is my self."

Of such an one
consciousness alters and becomes otherwise.

Owing to the altering and otherwiseness of consciousness,
sorrow and grief,
woe, lamentation and despair arise in him.

Thus, brethren, is there grasping and worry.

And how, brethren, is there no grasping and no worry?

Herein, brethren, the well-taught Ariyan disciple has this view:

"This body is not mine:
I am not this:
this is not my self."

Of such an one
the body alters and becomes otherwise.

But in spite of the altering and otherwiseness of body,
sorrow and grief,
woe, lamentation and despair arise not in him.

"This feeling is not mine:
I am not this:
this is not my self."

Of such an one
feeling alters and becomes otherwise.

But in spite of the altering and otherwiseness of feeling,
sorrow and grief,
woe, lamentation and despair arise not in him.

"This perception is not mine:
I am not this:
this is not my self."

Of such an one
perception alters and becomes otherwise.

But in spite of the altering and otherwiseness of perception,
sorrow and grief,
woe, lamentation and despair arise not in him.

"These activities are not mine:
I am not this:
this is not my self."

Of such an one
the activities alter and become otherwise.

But in spite of the altering and otherwiseness of the activities,
sorrow and grief,
woe, lamentation and despair arise not in him.

"This consciousness is not mine:
I am not this:
this is not my self."

Of such an one
consciousness alters and becomes otherwise.

But in spite of the altering and otherwiseness of consciousness,
sorrow and grief,
woe, lamentation and despair arise not in him.

Source

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