Skip to content

Vedanā — Feelings

This is part 8 of a course going through the similes and metaphors of the Buddha.

Illustration by Ayya Vimalayani aka "Ven Yodha"

The three kinds of feeling — pleasant, painful, and neutral feelings — tend to lead us immediately into the three mental poisons: attachment, disgust, and ignorance. But they don't have to.


Read Chapter 7 of:



Hecker similes: 8, 9, and 12.


A dart, a thorn, a strike, a fire — fast and painful, how does one avoid such afflictions? What does that tell us about feelings?