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  • I don't care if you discover some bliss filled samadhi state where you fully understand that you are one with everything..., you are going to come back to a body, a mind, a personality, and pain and death. What then?
    Mystic Girl in the City
  • when we wake up to oneness we can celebrate separateness
    Tim Freke
  • Hell is never here on the ground. It is always in the clouds, in the falling from false hopes and projections of heaven.
    Michael Damian
  • All spiritual practices are thorns to remove a thorn, and are themselves to be eventually discarded, in order for one who has awakened to ‘move’ into what can only be called nirvana (extinction), nirguna (without qualities), the nothingness of jnana.
    John Grenafege
  • 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
  • Awareness is the source of Happiness
    Alon Halel Geva
  • Every molecule is permeated in silence, by the nature of our being, by life itself. It´s the same with all human concerns - the tears, the laughter, the delight and the pain bear witness to that one miracle that we are.
    Bernd
  • Longing is a song consciousness sings to itself, in order to help it remember its way home. Trace the longing back to its source. It is a thin thread of truth extending its arm out to itself. Follow this thin thread backwards, retracing its journey from the known, back to the unknown, where it was birthed, where all things are birthed.
    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
  • “When we realize that who we are is formless awareness we begin to lose the fear of death. When this formless awareness realizes it is also form we begin to lose the fear of life.” ~ Loch Kelly
    Loch Kelly
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