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AN 1.2 NīvaranappahānavaggoEdit

11. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to the arising of unarisen sensual desire and the increase and maturation of arisen sensual desire than the sign of beauty. The sign of beauty, monks, when attended to improperly leads to the arising of unarisen sensual desire and the increase and maturation of arisen sensaul desire.

12. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to the arising of unarisen ill-will and the increase and maturation of arisen ill-will than the sign of aversion. The sign of aversion, monks, when attended to improperly leads to the arising of unarisen ill-will and the increase and maturation of arisen ill-will.

13. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to the arising of unarisen sloth and torpor and the increase and maturation of arisen sloth and torpor than grumpiness, laziness, yawning, and sluggishness after a meal. Laziness, monks, leads to the arising of unarisen sloth and torpor and the increase and maturation of arisen sloth and torpor.

14. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to the arising of unarisen restlessness and the increase and maturation of arisen restlessness than the uncomposed mind. The uncomposed mind, monks, leads to the arising of unarisen restlessness and the increase and maturation of arisen restlessness.

15. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to the arising of unarisen doubt and the increase and maturation of arisen doubt than improper attention. Improper attention, monks, leads to the arising of unarisen doubt and the increase and maturation of arisen doubt.

16. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to the non-arising of unarisen sensual desire and the abandoning of arisen sensual desire than the sign of repulsiveness. The sign of repulsiveness, monks, when attended to properly leads to the non-arising of unarisen sensual desire and the abandoning of arisen sensaul desire.

17. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to the non-arising of unarisen ill-will and the abandoning of arisen ill-will than the liberation of the heart with loving-kindness. Liberation of the heart with loving-kindness, monks, when attended to properly leads to the non-arising of unarisen ill-will and the abandoning of arisen ill-will.

18. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to the non-arising of unarisen sloth and torpor and the abandoning of arisen sloth and torpor than stirring up effort, exertion, and striving. Vigorous effort, monks, leads to the non-arising of unarisen sloth and torpor and the abandoning of arisen sloth and torpor.

19. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to the non-arising of unarisen restlessness and abandoning of arisen restlessness than composing the mind. The composed mind, monks, leads to the non-arising of unarisen restlessness and abandoning of arisen restlessness.

20. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to the non-arising of unarisen doubt and the abandoning of arisen doubt than proper attention. Proper attention, monks, leads to the non-arising of unarisen doubt and the abandoning of arisen doubt.

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