12. Nidānasaṁyutta: On Causation
IV. Kaḷāra the Aristocrat — SN 12.37: Not Yours
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“Mendicants, this body doesn’t belong to you or to anyone else. It’s old deeds, and should be seen as produced by choices and intentions, as something to be felt.
2A learned noble disciple carefully and properly attends to dependent origination itself: ‘When this exists, that is; due to the arising of this, that arises. When this doesn’t exist, that is not; due to the cessation of this, that ceases. That is: Ignorance is a condition for choices.
Choices are a condition for consciousness. … That is how this entire mass of suffering originates. When ignorance fades away and ceases with nothing left over, choices cease. When choices cease, consciousness ceases. … That is how this entire mass of suffering ceases.’”
"Nāyaṁ, bhikkhave, kāyo tumhākaṁ napi aññesaṁ. Purāṇamidaṁ, bhikkhave, kammaṁ abhisankhataṁ abhisañcetayitaṁ vedaniyaṁ daṭṭhabbaṁ.
2Tatra kho, bhikkhave, sutavā ariyasāvako paṭiccasamup pāda ññeva sādhukaṁ yoniso manasi karoti: ‘iti imasmiṁ sati idaṁ hoti, imassuppādā idaṁ uppajjati; imasmiṁ asati idaṁ na hoti, imassa nirodhā idaṁ nirujjhati, yadidaṁ – avijjāpaccayā sankhārā;
sankhārapaccayā viññāṇaṁ … pe … evametassa kevalassa dukkhakkhandhassa samudayo hoti. Avijjāya tveva asesavirāganirodhā sankhāranirodho; sankhāranirodhā viññāṇanirodho … pe … evametassa kevalassa dukkhakkhandhassa nirodho hotī’"ti.