|an3.126||Bharaṇḍukālāmasutta||kinds of teachers||3||0||Eng ไทย සිං Рус||
There are, Mahānāma, these three kinds of teachers found existing in the world. What three.
(1) Here, Mahānāma, some teacher prescribes the full understanding of sensual pleasures, but not of forms or feelings. (2) Another teacher prescribes the full understanding of sensual pleasures and forms, but not of feelings. (3) Still another teacher prescribes the full understanding of sensual pleasures, forms, and feelings. These are the three kinds of teachers found existing in the world. Is the goal of these three kinds of teachers the same or different?"
|an5.100||Kakudhatherasutta||kinds of teachers||3||2||Eng ไทย සිං Рус||
1Thus have I heard.[n.1102] The opening story, together with the discourse on the five kinds of teachers, is at Vin II 185–87. On one occasion the Blessed One was dwelling at Kosambī in Ghosita's Park. Now on that occasion Kakudha the Koliyan son, the Venerable Mahāmoggallāna's attendant, had recently died and been reborn among a certain group of mind-made deities.[n.1103] Manomayaṁ kāyaṁ upapanno. The mind-made deities are those reborn in the form realm through the power of their past attainment of the jhānas. His body was two or three times the size of the fields of a Magadhan village, but he did not obstruct either himself or others with that body.[n.1104] On the size of his body, the text reads dve vā tīṇi vā māgadhikāni gāmakkhettāni. On gāmakkhetta Brahmāli writes: This word also occurs at MN III 10,11: ekaṁ gāmakkhettaṁ upanissāya viharāma, and at MN II 167,27: amhākaṁ gāmakkhettaṁ āgacchanti. From these passages it seems quite clear to me that gāmakkhetta refers to a village together with all its fields" (private communication). The figures for length given by Mp suggest that his body was 3–4.5 miles or 5–7 km tall.
6There are, Moggallāna, these five kinds of teachers found in the world. What five?
These are five kinds of teachers found in the world.
|dn12||Lohiccasutta||kinds of teachers kinds of teachers kinds of teacher||3||10||Eng ไทย සිං Рус Вар. 2||
Three Kinds of Teachers
16'Lohicca, these three kinds of teachers in the world are blameworthy, and if anyone blames such teachers, his blame is proper, true, in accordance with reality and faultless. Which three? Here, Lohicca, is a teacher who has gone forth from the household life into homelessness, but who has not gained the goal of asceticism. And without having gained this goal, he teaches his disciples a doctrine,[n.246] Dhammaṁ: but not necessarily the Buddhist Dhamma. saying: This is for your good, this is for your happiness." But his pupils don't wish to hear, they don't listen, the don't arouse the thought of enlightenment, and the teacher's instructions are flouted. He should be blamed, saying: "This venerable one has gone forth …, his instructions are flouted. It is just as if a man were to persist in making advances to a woman who rejected him, and to embrace her though she turned away." This I declare to be an evil doctrine based on attachment, for what can one man do for another?[n.247] The Buddha repeats Lohicca's own phrase. This is the first teacher who is blameworthy …
18'Again, there is a teacher who has gone forth … and who has gained the goal of asceticism. Having gone forth, he teaches … But his pupils don't wish to hear him, … his instructions are flouted. He too should be blamed…Just as if, having cut through an old fetter, one were to make a new one, I declare that this is an evil doctrine rooted in attachment, for what can one man do for another? This is the third teacher who is blameworthy… And these are the three kinds of teacher that I spoke of as blameworthy.'
|kd17||kinds of teachers||3||8||Eng ไทย සිං Рус||
1.3 Discussion of the five kinds of teachers
16“Moggallāna, there are five kinds of teachers in the world.
“Monks, there are five kinds of teachers in the world.