Never mind... I found out that you're using CS
reference, which is correctly 1.382. On NDB it's 1.394.
I also referred it to the wrong place. Anyway,
the one I referred to has the first occurrence of "arittajjhaano" there.
Kumara Bhikkhu wrote thus at 04:10 PM 05-01-13:
>I was confused by your referencing though. How
>did you get "1.382" for example?
>On NDB, it's AN 1.53. Going by PTS, it's A I.11.
>Kumara Bhikkhu wrote thus at 04:06 PM 05-01-13:
>>The reason is clear to me, since (for me) jhana simply means meditation.
>>I've included this in my book on jhana and
>>samadhi. It's still growing as more evidences
>>and ideas to connect them come up. I hope I don't spend my whole life on this!
>>Frank K wrote thus at 08:11 AM 22-12-12:
>>>Dear Pali friends,
>>>This part is interesting.
>>>I'm reading B.Bodhi's new AN translations book right now.
>>>from AN 1.382 to AN 1.554, it seems to qualify many activities as being
>>>for example, AN 1.382 - AN 1.393