|An island on a river at sunset with sudden bursts of lightning (Gary Story/plus.google.com)|
|Sitting is intensive but not the only way|
|Buddha on island of Sri Lanka (NH53)|
"But seeing  the body's impermanence, its change-ability, its waning , its ceasing, he says 'formerly as now, all bodies were impermanent and unsatisfactory, and subject to change.' Thus, seeing this as it really is, with liberating insight, one abandons all sorrow, lamentation, pain, grief, and despair. One is not worried at their abandonment but, without worry, lives at ease. And thus living at ease one is said to be 'assured of deliverance .'" [Similarly with feelings, perceptions, mental formations, and consciousness].
- See island admonition in the Buddha's final sutra: DN 16.