Posted by: Upāsaka | 03/21/2016

Consciousness

80. That which is called thought, mind or consciousness arises and disappears continuously both day and night. Just as a monkey swinging through the trees grabs one branch, letting it go only to grab another, so too that which is called thought, mind or consciousness arises and disappears continuously both day and night.

Samyutta Nikaya II.93

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