The tenth sutta of the Cūḷa Vagga of the Suttanipāta.
The Buddha was once staying in the upper storey of the Migāramātupāsāda when he heard the new entrants to the Order, in the cells below, making a great uproar, talking about the food they had eaten, and other such worldly topics. The Buddha desired Mahā-
By his psychic power Mahā-
The monks having listened to the Buddha’s discourse, concentrated their minds on it, and soon after became Arahants. Sn.vv.331‑4; SnA.i.336 f; cf. S.v.269 ﬀ.
See also Pāsādakampana Sutta.