1. Realizing Our Nature as Both Emptiness and Love»


    'In Mahayana Buddhism, the open, wakeful emptiness of awareness is our absolute nature. Our original nature is changeless, unconditioned, timeless and pure. When we bring this awareness to the relative world of form, love awakens. We meet the ever-changing stream of life - this living, dying,…

  2. "Remain still, with the conviction that the Self shines as everything yet nothing, within, without, and everywhere."
    Ramana Maharshi (via thecalminside)

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  3. "I don’t feel very much like Pooh today, said Pooh.

    There there, said Piglet. I’ll bring you tea and honey until you do."
    A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh
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  4. "Humankind makes the mistake of attempting to command nature before it learns to obey it. This is what makes us so beastly."
    Frater Zyto.  (via lnfernal666)
  5. "While on and on and on, the sparrow sings."
    Mary Oliver, from “Truro, the Blueberry Fields” (via the-final-sentence)

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  6. "Conditions are never perfect. ‘Someday’ is a disease that will take your dreams to the grave with you. If it’s important to you and you want to do it ‘eventually’, just do it and correct the course along the way."
    Tim Ferriss (via onlinecounsellingcollege)
  7. "The highest form of ignorance is when you reject something you don’t know anything about."
    Wayne Dyer (via lazyyogi)
  8. paths2peace:

Freeing oneself from concepts and notions is one of the hardest things in Buddhist teaching to accomplish, but it is vital to freeing the mind.


    Freeing oneself from concepts and notions is one of the hardest things in Buddhist teaching to accomplish, but it is vital to freeing the mind.

  9. "Anybody can become angry - that is easy, but to be angry with the right person and to the right degree and at the right time and for the right purpose, and in the right way - that is not within everybody’s power and is not easy."
    Aristotle (via psych-facts)

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    Studying, Meditating, Attending Satsang, Avoiding Bad Company:

    "So to develop this love, we must first obey His commandments, second weed out all imperfections, and third devote time to the spiritual practices. You should also have the company of somebody who just reminds you of your ideal. Avoid the company of all others in whose society you are attached to the world or forget Him. If you cannot have the company of those who can help you to remember Him, then it is better to live alone. Live with the Masters speaking through books, through the scriptures. You will be better off. A further symbol that in your love you are drawing closer to Him, is that you will feel separation. You will hanker to see Him. When you hear about Him, your heart will become full and tears will roll down from your cheeks. These are the symptoms to show that the fruit is ripening. These things are the blossoms. Ultimately, when the fruit comes, you are for the Master, and the Master is for you. These are the steps and we have now to judge where we stand."

    Studying, Meditating, Attending Satsang, Avoiding Bad Company, by Kirpal Singh, from, Morning Talks, published by Ruhani Satsang USA (via santmat)



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