* Cakkhu Ardi Sutta in Samyutta Nikaya explain the proper way of Insight Meditation based on senses preached by Lord Buddha to Ven. Rahula.

I heard thus. At one time the Blessed One was living in the monastery offered by Anàthapindika in Jeta’s grove in Sàvatthi.

Then venerable Ràhula approached the Blessed One worshiped and sat on a side. Sitting on a side venerable Ràhula said to the Blessed One:

Venerable sir, Blessed One, may I be taught so that I would withdraw and seclude and abide diligent and zealous to dispel. Ràhula, is the eye permanent or impermanent? It’s impermanent, venerable sir.That which is impermanent is it unpleasant or pleasant? It’s unpleasant, venerable sir.

That which is impermanent, unpleasant, a changing thing is it suitable to be considered `that is mine, I am that, it’s my self?’ That is not so, venerable sir. Ràhula, is the ear permanent or impermanent? It’s impermanent, venerable sir.

That which is impermanent is it unpleasant or pleasant? It’s unpleasant, venerable sir.That which is impermanent, unpleasant, a changing thing is it suitable to be considered `that is mine, I am that, it’s my self?’ That is not so, venerable sir.

Rahula, is the nose permanent….re , … re … tongue … re , …. re … the body … re , ….. re … the mind permanent or impermanent? It’s impermanent, venerable sir. That which is impermanent is it unpleasant or pleasant? It’s unpleasant, venerable sir.That which is impermanent, unpleasant, a changing thing is it suitable to be considered `that is mine, I am that, it’s my self?’ That is not so, venerable sir.

Ràhula, the noble disciple seeing it thus turns away from the eye, turns away from the ear, turns away from the nose, turns away from the tongue, turns away from the body and turns away from the mind. Turning away detaches himself, is dispassionate and is released. Released, knowledge arises, `Birth is destroyed, the holy life is lived, duties are done, there is nothing more to wish.’ (Describe attaining Nibbana as a result of insight meditation based on senses ).

May all beings be well & happy and attain the fruits of Nibbana.

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