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idam me sīlam   magga-phala-ñānassa   paccayo   hotu, my sīla contributes to path and fruition knowledge; in common, individual presents precepts to monk verbally in pali language;

4 kinds of ganthas (ties) are abhijjhā (covetousness), vyā-pāda (ill will), silabbataparāmāsa (indulgence in wrongful rites and ceremonies), and idaṁ saccābhinivesa (adherence to preconceptions as truth);

iddhi vidha, psychic power; vijjā caraṇa (8 kinds of knowledge, 15 kinds of conduct);

e.g. knowing without informed; e.g. manipulating human beings (can be either bad or good way);

iddhi-vidha, different psychic powers, a.k.a. one of the supernormal powers ;

iddhipāda, 4 means of accomplishment;

chanda, will;
viriya, energy;
citta, thought;
ā, wisdom;

Also see: 37 Factors of Enlightenment, Bodhipakkhiyadhamma = 4 + 4 + 4 + 5 + 5 + 7 + 8;

idha, bhikkhave, bhikkhu kāye kāyānupassī viharati ātāpi sampajāno satimā vineyya loke abhijjhā domanassam, monks, a monk in this holy order spends his time observing physical phenomena in body, being energetic, clearly comprehending, and mindful, getting rid of greed and aversion;


e.g. bedrocks as column that stand inside our earth; e.g. chief column that stands at city entrance;

indriya, 5 faculties;

saddhā, confidence;
viriya, energy;
sati, mindfulness;
samādhi, concentration;
paññā, wisdom;

Also see: 37 Factors of Enlightenment, Bodhipakkhiyadhamma = 4 + 4 + 4 + 5 + 5 + 7 + 8;

indriya, faculty; also see: upatthana ... ;

indriya samvara sīla, faculties restraint morality; one of the high level moralities, practiced by monk e.g. pātimokkha samvara sīla (a.k.a. 227 rule); To be a good person, 5 precept is recommended (in Pali a.k.a. paccayasanissita sila, requisites related morality) and then meditation can begin; Also see: sīla;

Isana, also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm;

Iti vuttaka, “Thus said” Discourses; also see: Khuddaka nikāya is subdivided into 15 books;  5.*   ; Itivuttaka;