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  • The nervous system of a human being is in the brain, but the nervous system of the brain is in the Heart.
    Rajiv Kapur
  • Where there was thought to be someone, it is revealed there is no one, and out of the heart of no one there is a personal falling in love with all of it. And that is the taste, the true nondual taste, because true love ends up devouring the dream and the dreamer.
    Devaji
  • “Enlightenment is a paradoxical phenomenon. You need to be committed to become enlightenment, and to do whatever is necessary to make it happen. But at the same time you can not force enlightenment to happen by sheer will. It is like the situation with happiness: you can not force happiness to happen, but you can create the right circumstances for happiness to happen. You need to be willing to die, to let go of your limited sense of “I”, to achieve enlightenment. I can feel a deepening thirst to die, to dissolve into the silence, in my heart and being.” ― Swami Dhyan Giten
    Swami Dhyan Giten
  • 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
  • Awakening is Endless, it is always the beginning.
    Ananta Kranti
  • 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
  • All remembrance ends in silence.
    Zahir Khan
  • With Awareness hold on to Awareness itself
    Alon Halel Geva
  • All we have is the sensory experience of this moment, NOW. This moment is only an experience to us. That’s all we have. The world, time, space, our own bodies and each other are all an experience to us.
    Isaac Shapiro
  • Just because someone is enlightened, it doesn’t mean that whatever they happen to be thinking is the truth. Thoughts are thoughts and they are false whether in the enlightened or the unenlightened. Just because we are awake, it doesn’t mean we are never going to be tempted by certain thoughts, emotions, or feelings. Enlightened awareness is eternal and incorruptible. However, the vehicle is not.
    Enza Vita
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