46. Bojjhanga Saɱyutta
The Connected Discourses of the Buddha
The Great Book,
Chapter II (46): Connected Discourses on the Factors of Enlightenment
IV. The Hindrances
Translated by Bhikkhu Bodhi
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[Bhikkhu Bodhi includes in this sutta what is in the PTS edition #36.]
unarisen ill will arises and arisen ill will increases and expands;
unarisen sloth and torpor arise and arisen sloth and torpor increase and expand;
unarisen restlessness and remorse arise and arisen restlessness and remorse increase and expand;
unarisen doubt arises and arisen doubt increases and expands.
[pts][olds]"Bhikkhus, when one attends carefully, the unarisen enlightenment factor of mindfulness arises and the arisen enlightenment factor of mindfulness goes to fulfilment by development ... the unarisen enlightenment factor of equanimity arises and the arisen enlightenment factor of equanimity goes to fulfilment by development."