The Blessed Buddha once
Bhikkhus, I will teach you the state of relinquishment... Please
And what, Bhikkhus, is the state of overcoming all by leaving
it all behind?
The eye, form,
visual-consciousness, eye-contact, and any feeling arisen from
seeing, whether pleasant, painful or neutral, is to be relinquished
hearing-consciousness, ear-contact, any feeling arisen from
hearing, whether pleasant, painful or neutral, is to be relinquished
The nose, smell,
smelling-consciousness, nose-contact, any feeling arisen from
smelling, whether pleasant, painful or neutral, is to be
relinquished and let go of.
tasting-consciousness, tongue-contact, and any feeling
arisen from tongue-contact, pleasant, painful or neutral, is to be
The body, touch,
tactile-consciousness, body-contact, any feeling arisen from
body-contact, whether pleasant,
painful or neutral, should also be relinquished.
The mind, any mental
state and phenomenon,
whatever feeling arisen with mental-contact as origin, whether pleasant,
painful or neither-painful-nor-pleasant, that indeed also
should to be
This is the radically released state of overcoming
all by leaving all sensation behind..
Just as the great ocean has but one taste, the taste of
so this doctrine-and-discipline has but one taste,
the taste of freedom...
Back-pack-burden of heavy dependencies all
Logically can only
relinquishment of all dependencies ever gain true freedom!
Only true freedom means absence of fear from
all events from any corner...
Only freedom from fear and anxiety can ever open up for ease, peace
More on systematic
The Grouped Sayings by the Buddha.
Nikāya. Book IV 15-6
The Salayatana section 35. Thread on Leaving:
Pahana Sutta (23)