To see the Truth : the teachings of Venerable Pramote Pamojjo
[complied and translated] by Jess Peter Koffman ; edited by, Korakot Kittisobhano
Chonburi : Suan Santidham, 2012
viii, 151 p. ; 22 cm
When we watch the mind corectly, we will see whatever arises as it realy is. We will see the true nature of body and mind. We will see that they are not us. We will keep seeing the truth of body and mind until we become dispassionate to their constant flux, their insubstantially, their suffering nature. We will release attachment to them, be liberated and know that liberation has taken place. What will be liberated from suffering, because suffering resides in this body and this mind. Can you see that these are the only two places where suffering can be found? Upon literation, suffering will be gone and we will be fully aware, awaken and blissful without any effort or maintenance necessary.
There is no end to worldly knowledge. The world fabricates new things incessantly and there is always more to learn. Regarding Dhamma, once there is enlightenment and the mind is liberated, it is no longer fabricating, no longer creating fictions. We are free from suffering. Our Dhamma studies are completed. -- From back cover
Watching the mind 101 -- Two kinds of Samadhi (concentration) -- Just know -- My journey to correct meditation -- To see the truth -- About venerable Pamojjo