During walking meditation today it occurred that understanding the nature of each of the fetters might be important. This seems obvious but it was not apparent to this lost one until the thought arose.
For example, consider how one might address identity view or sakkāyadiṭṭhānusayo. If this question arose, one might be referred to MN8 Self-Effacement. This sutta really hits home.
Proceeding along this line of thought, the question arises about how one should address perpetual doubt or vicikicchānusayo. Interestingly SuttaCentral itself was rather oblique in its recommendations. Clearly one must dig hard to find a sutta to deal with perpetual doubt. What sutta is the hammer for perpetual doubt?
And you can see how this line of thought progresses. One quickly runs aground in the quicksand of search for something which should actually perhaps be a critical part of study.
How should one (or we) proceed here?