"Images are formed when the mind is not attentive.

And most of our minds are inattentive, have no attention.

Occasionally you have attention, the rest of the period you are inattentive.

In those periods of inattention images are built up.

And when you are aware of one image attentively and aware attentively how the machinery operates, then in that attention all images come to an end, all images, both the past and the present building of the image.

What matters is the state of attention.

Not how many images you have."