Thank you, Jorg, for pointing that out.
– Yes. I will add that to the post with a few references from the list below.
Jorg asked: “Are there any more mentions of this in the Tipitaka that Buddha or Arahants went into seclusion?”
1. The following list probably has more suttas on that:
“16 results for diṭṭhadhammasukhavihārāya”
2. Those Arahants who could get into nirodha samapatti did that whenever they got time to be free of the “daily stresses.”
– That would be even better.
– See “Nirōdha Samāpatti, Phala Samāpatti, Jhāna, and Jhāna Samāpatti”
– P.S. Most of us probably cannot even grasp the subtle differences among those various states. But nirodha samapatti is the “ultimate liberation” attained at Parinibbana. It is NOT A FEELING, it is just the TOTAL ABSENCE of any suffering or even a trace of agitation.