Anatta-lakkhaṇa Sutta

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A discourse preached five days after the Buddha gave his first sermon, the Dhamma-cakkappavattana Sutta. The Anatta-lakkhaṇa Sutta teaches the doctrine of the five aggregates (skandha) and explains that no self (ātman) is to be found in any of them.

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