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  • "Stop figuring out ‘why’ and follow the flow. It may be adventurous"
    Vera Helleman
  • There is nothing incongruous about feeling our feelings, touching our pain, and at the same time understanding the truth of the way things are. Pain is pain, grief is grief, loss is loss. By allowing ourselves to meet experiences as they arise within us, we accept them. This is a courageous and loving act. Suffering and karma (stored resistance to what is), occurs when we push away feeling and whatever is arising in the moment. Love yourself right now as you are! You are perfect love manifesting as all that is.
    Susanne Marie
  • The true purpose of meditation is to awaken us to the truth of who we really are - The original, beautiful, flowering awareness which is life itself, and from where we can live our daily lives authentically and with grace.
    John Siddique
  • The invitation here in Satya Satsang is: Recognise first your True Nature. This recognition is always Immediate, never mediated. Realisation never occurs via 'means' , knows no 'becoming' , 'expansion' , 'growth' or 'transforming'. Allow your attention, then, to be determined by what you've recognized.
    Randolph
  • The lens of awakened consciousness has the capacity to narrow its focus down to a point, and becoming in the process, an ‘I’ thought, along with the experience of a separate sense of self. Consciousness also has the capacity to open its lens in ever wider increments in order to include more and more of itself, in this way knowing itself as the whole of existence. As consciousness narrows down its perception to a pin-point as it does with the ‘I’, it apparently has the capacity to have the experience of loosing itself there, in believing itself as truly separate; all the while, however, it is as wide as existence itself. Waking itself out of the dream of the ‘I’, once again, it knows itself as the whole, this time also while knowing itself as this separate ‘I’ sense. This is what is called resolving the paradox of duality. And embodiment is the process that ensues.
    Susanne Marie
  • God is always ready, we are unprepared. God is closer to us than close, we are distant to him. God is inside, we're out. God is native to us, we are strangers. (Meister Eckhardt)
    Bernd
  • The construction of the false self has got to be seen through in order to know the truth of Being. We do this by de-construction, stripping down to our bare essence. All the while what we are remains untouched. When we know ourselves as That, then this 'me' can be itself, innocent in it's persona, a sweet personal fragrance of That.
    Susanne Marie
  • God make us perfect. It is our mind that see's imperfection.
    Rev. Sam J. Shelley
  • In evolutionary spirituality, we strive to awaken never for ourselves alone, but so that the world around us can become enlightened as a direct result of our own efforts.
    Andrew Cohen
  • When mind learns to humble to silence to bow to stillness
 and rest 
in pure presence 
of what is
 grace flows 
into the pause 
and knowing 
knows
    Clare Blanchflower
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