Author: Upāsikā Kee Nanayon
Translated by Thanissaro Bhikkhu
Publisher: Metta Forest Monastery
Length: 148 pages
Upasika Kee Nanayon, who wrote under the pen name Acharn Kor Kaho-suan-luang, was one of the foremost women teachers of Dhamma in modern Thailand. Known for the simplicity of her way of life, and for the direct, uncompromising style of her teachings, she had a way with words evident not only in her talks, which attracted listeners from all over Thailand, but also in her poetry, which was widely published. “Once you know, there’s nothing to do but let go, to become unentangled and free. Just think of how good that can be! This practice of ours is a way of stopping and preventing all kinds of things inside ourselves. Whenever defilement rises up to get anything, to grab hold of anything, we don’t play along. We let go. Just this is enough to do away with a lot of stress and suffering, even though the defilements feel the heat. When we oppress the defilements a lot in this way, it gets them hot and feverish. But remember, it’s the defilements that get hot and feverish.
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