all EBT sutta references to thina middha / sloth & torpor & drowsiness

I’m looking to collect all the major sutta references on the 3rd hindrance. Help me complete the collection: http://lucid24.org/sted/5niv/5niv3/index.html What I have so far: AN 5.78 5 future dangers AN 5.193 saṅgārava: similes of looking at reflection in bowl of water, 3. Sloth-torpor like water with moss and aquatic plants AN 7.46 seeing suffering in…

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Dhammavadaka – Poster #3

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Dhammavadaka – Poster #2

Dhammavadaka – Poster Version #2 Remember always that you are just a visitor here, a traveller passing through. Your stay here is but short and the moment of your departure unknown. None can live without toil and a craft that … Read the rest Read More

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Dhammavadaka – Poster #1

Dhammavadaka – Poster Version #1 Remember always that you are just a visitor here, a traveller passing through. Your stay here is but short and the moment of your departure unknown. None can live without toil and a craft that … Read the rest Read More

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10 New Suttas: Saṁyutta Nikāya

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Toni Bernhard: Self-Compassion and the First Noble Truth (#98)

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Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche: Patience to Make It Through

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7 New Suttas: Aṅguttara Fives

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16 New Suttas: Aṅguttara Threes

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12 New Suttas: Aṅguttara Fours

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