Ajahn Sunyo discusses Sutta 22.100 of the Saṁyutta Nikāya: Dutiyagaddulabaddhasutta – The Leash (2nd).
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Click here to read SN22.100 on Sutta Central.

A dog leashed to a post will always remain close to that post. In the same way, beings remain close to aggregates in this endless cycle of transmigration. The Buddha refers to a well-known painting called “Conduct”, and says the mind is even more diverse than that; and indeed, the animal realm is the most diverse of them all, and it is produced by the mind”, Sutta Central.

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