Seeing the Arising & Ceasing induces Calm!
once said to a fellow disciple:
it is because I have seen, known and directly experienced
the momentary arising & ceasing of the eye, visual-consciousness, and any
phenomena recognizable by visual-consciousness, that I indeed regard
them all thus: This is not mine, this is not me, this is not my self...
Furthermore: It is because I have seen, known and directly experienced the
momentary arising & ceasing of the ear, auditory-consciousness, all
the nose, olfactory consciousness, smells, the tongue,
all flavours, the body, tactile consciousness, all touches, the mind, any
consciousness, and any phenomena recognizable by mental-consciousness,
that I now indeed consider all these momentary mental states thus:
This is not mine, this is not me, this is not my self...
Then the Venerable
said to Venerable
this teaching of the Buddha is to be given acute, constant & close
any dependence, there is always a shaky, risky & vacillating wavering!
In all independence, there is neither any shaky, nor any risky wavering!
there is no wavering, then there is tranquillity. When there is
there is neither inclination, nor drifting, nor bending, nor attraction,
When there is no such tendency, then there is neither any coming, nor any
When there is no coming & going, there is no passing away, nor any being
When there is neither passing away, nor being reborn, then there is
nor beyond, nor in between the two! This -itself- is the very End of all
Any dependence implies insecure instability! Only the unconditioned is
Stable Independence and
The Grouped Sayings of the Buddha.
Samyutta Nikāya. Book IV 
Section 35: On The 6 Senses. Channa: 87.