Friends:

Released by Disengaged Non-identification!



At Savatthi The Buddha once said:
All form is transient, all feeling is transient, all perception is transient,
all mental constructions are transient, all consciousness is transient...
This transience is suffering! What is suffering is no-self! What is no-self
should be seen as it really is with correct understanding in this very way:
"All this is not mine, cannot be mine, this I am not, this is not my self!"...
When one sees and understands this thus, as it really is with correct and
penetrating understanding, then one maintains no views on what is past.
When one maintains no more views regarding the past, then one neither
maintains any views about the future. When one has relinquished all hopes
regarding the future, then one is not being possessed by stubborn clinging!
Having no trace of immovable clinging left, the mind becomes disillusioned
regarding all form, all feeling, all perception, all mental constructions, and
all consciousness. By that it is released from the 3 mental fermentations
through detached non-clinging... By being released, the mind is all silenced!
By being thus stilled, the mind becomes content... Being content, it is not
agitated anymore... Being thus unagitated, one indeed attains Nibbāna!
Right there and then, one instantly understands: Ended is this process of
rebirth, this Noble Life has been lived, done is all what had to be done,
there is no state beyond this...

Podcast on How to gain Equanimity, Balance, Peace and Ease:
https://soundcloud.com/bhikkhu-samahita/serene-equanimity-upekkha

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Even is Equanimity, The 7 Links to Awakening, Exquisite_Equanimity,
Unshakable Equanimity, Equanimity Upekkha, Serene Equanimity & Beyond,
Feeding Equanimity, Empty Equanimity, High_and_Alert, What_is_Wrong,
Safe_Medicine, Serene_Equanimity, Divorced_Freedom, Tatra-Majjhatta,

Source:
The Grouped Sayings by the Buddha. Samyutta Nikāya III 55-58
http://store.pariyatti.org/Connected-Discourses-of-the-Buddha_p_1379.html
https://What-Buddha-Said.net/library/ati_website/html/tipitaka/sn/index.html

Not Agitated!