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  • Our bodies are the source of such pleasure and pain. They are the vehicle through which we experience life. We interact with the world through our senses. Memories are stored and recalled through our body. I walk past a bakery and I’m coming through the door after school to fresh cinnamon buns. A fragment of a Stevie Wonder song and I’m grooving around the kitchen with my son. A look from someone is interpreted a certain way, my shoulders clench and pain lodges in my heart center. Negative thoughts swirl through the mind and the body tightens. We quite naturally go looking for ways to avoid feeling pain and the strategies we use to go numb or protect ourselves add another layer of suffering.
    Lynn Fraser
  • ​Love wears no face.
    Ananta Kranti
  • In the course of investigation, people spontaneously recognize the true nature of themselves, which many report as the experience of peace, unconditional love, compassion, or simply of being home.
    Isaac Shapiro
  • Are you available for the sacred?
    Ananta Kranti
  • Nobody has the power to allow this moment. The good news is that this moment is already allowed to be exactly as it is, whether ‘you’ like it or not. True freedom lies nowhere else but in the ‘suchness’ of this moment, the fragrance of the here and now.
    Jeff Foster
  • It is not in the two of I and other where we truly meet. The Love that is has one heart-broken form of infinite beauty. I meet you there alone.
    Eva Millauer
  • One has to watch the fluctuations of the mind without touching anything. By remaining as a neutral witness of thoughts, sensations and perceptions, one comes to know that which is prior to the mind.
    Swami Atmananda Udasin
  • The practice of presence is an opening, a relaxing of your focus (while maintaining alertness) and letting everything come to you, instead of you chasing after something (even though the reality is that awareness doesn’t “come” to us because we already are that). The words “relaxing into it while maintaining alertness” seem to point to a mind-made effort, but what I’m talking about is to leave the mind as it is, without giving it anything to do.
    Enza Vita
  • Even a sense of lack is part of the completeness of this moment. Truly, nothing is missing.
    Jeff Foster
  • To move from the belief, I am something, to the understanding that I am nothing is a path of exclusion - I am not this, not this, not this. To move from the understanding that I am nothing to the all-embracing feeling-understanding that I am everything is a path of inclusion - I am this, I am this, I am…
    Rupert Spira
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