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The Bodhisattva of Compassion and Spiritual Emanation of Amitabha

"The musicality of being holds both unending joy and infinite sorrow
It is the delicate touch of longing for the infinite
It is the tears of pain in the eyes of the worshiper
It is the sacrifice, at last rewarded
With a crown of roses, or thorns
It holds the mystery of all beings who strive without knowledge
The infinite cycles of meaningless pain
The cares and woes of a thousand lives
Can one look at them, and listen without pity?
I touch them, I call them unto me
Those of little faith, and of great
Those who cry forever and those that laugh hysterically
The poor, the maimed, the lacking, the unhappy
The many parts each person must play
I call them unto me, and I say:
Take all, take all, take everything and more
Your unhappiness is unbounded, take from me
And be at peace.
They scream, they cry, their tears are unending
The many forms of misery which all beings are heir to
Haunt me in the night.
There are beings of joy, of wonder, of enjoyment
There are sensual heavens, and pleasure-filled paradises
Yet where may those who suffer and grieve go
Those for whom the illusion of separateness
Is the truest reality?
Ropes and coils of evil deceptions
Locks and bars and endless loneliness
Before joy comes sorrow, before knowledge, pain
Before the thrill of enlightenment
Am I, who aid the wounded
I share their grief, I hold them in my arms
I shed my tears, that they may realize they are not alone
In the vast depths of the infinite universe
There is one who cares."

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Narada approached the sage Sanatkumara and said, “Please teach me, Venerable One.”

“Tell me what you know,” replied the sage, “and then I will teach you what is beyond that.”

“I know the four Vedas - Rig, Yajur, Sama, Atharva - and the epics, called the fifth. I have studied grammar, rituals, mathematics, astronomy, logic, economics, physics, psychology, the fine arts, and even snake-charming. But all this knowledge has not helped me to know the Self. I have heard from spiritual teachers like you that one who realizes the Self goes beyond sorrow. I am lost in sorrow. Please teach me how to go beyond.”

“Whatever you know is just words,” said Sanatkumara, “names of finite phenomena. It is the Infinite that is the source of abiding joy because it is not subject to change. Therefore seek to know the Infinite.”

“I seek to know the Infinite, Venerable One.”

“where one realizes the indivisible unity of life, sees nothing else, hears nothing else, knows nothing else, that is the Infinite. Where one sees separateness, hears separateness, knows separateness, that is the finite. The Infinite is beyond death, but the finite cannot escape death.”

“On what does the Infinite depend, Venerable One?”

“On its own glory - no, not even on that. In the world people think they can attain glory by having cows and horses, elephants and gold, family and servants, fields and mansions. But I do not call that glory, for here one thing depends on another. Utterly independent is the Infinite.

“The Infinite is above and below, before and behind, to the right and to the left. I am all this. The Self is above and below, before and behind, to the right and to the left. I am all this. One who meditates upon the Self and realizes the Self sees the Self everywhere, and rejoices in the Self. Such a one lives in freedom and is at home wherever he goes. But those who pursue the finite are blind to the Self and live in bondage.

“One who meditates upon and realizes the Self discovers that everything in the cosmos - energy and space, fire and water, name and form, birth and death, mind and will, word and deed, mantram and meditation - all come from the Self.

“The Self is one, though it appears to be many. Those who meditate upon the Self and realize the Self go beyond decay and death, beyond separateness and sorrow. They see the Self in everyone and obtain all things.

“Control the senses and purify the mind. In a pure mind there is constant awareness of the Self. Where there is constant awareness of the Self, freedom ends bondage and joy ends sorrow.”

Thus the sage Sanatkumara taught the pure Narada to go beyond bondage, beyond sorrow, beyond darkness, to the light of the Self.

~ Chandogya Upanishad Chapter 7

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No society wants you to become wise: it is against the investment of all societies. If people are wise they cannot be exploited. If they are intelligent they cannot be subjugated, they cannot be forced in a mechanical life, to live like robots. They will assert their individuality. They will have the fragrance of rebellion around them. They will like to live in freedom. Freedom comes with wisdom, intrinsically. They are inseparable, and no society wants people to be free. The communist society, the fascist society, the capitalist society, the Hindu, the Mohammedan, the Christian — no society — would like people to use their own intelligence because the moment they start using their intelligence they become dangerous — dangerous to the establishment, dangerous to the people who are in power, dangerous to the ‘haves’; dangerous to all kinds of oppression, exploitation, suppression; dangerous to the churches, dangerous to the states, dangerous to the nations. In fact, a wise man is afire, alive, aflame. But he cannot sell his life, he cannot serve them. He would like rather to die than to be enslaved.

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And when once we see with the eyes of wisdom and hear with the ears of understanding the ageless truths of the Holy Scrolls, then must we go among the Sons of Men and teach them, for if we jealously hide the holy knowledge, pretending that it belongs only to us, then we are as one who finds a spring high in the mountains, and rather than let it flow into the valley to quench the thirst of man and beast, buries it under rocks and dirt, thereby robbing himself of water, as well. Go among the Sons of Men and tell them of the Holy Law, that they may thereby save themselves and enter the heavenly kingdoms. But tell them in words they may understand, in parables from nature that speak to the heart, for the deed must first arise as desire in one's heart.

After this manner, therefore, pray to your Heavenly Father, when the sun is high at midday: 'Our Father who art in heaven, send to all the Sons of Men your angel of Peace; and send to our knowledge the angel of Wisdom, that we may walk in the paths of the Great Ones who have seen the face of God.'

~ Jesus Christ
The Essene Gospel of Peace
Book Four: The Teachings of the Elect
Source: http://www.essene.com/GospelOfPeace/peace4.html

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Когда узрим мы однажды очами мудрости и услышим ушами понимания нестареющие истины священных свитков, тогда должны будем мы жить среди Сынов Человеческих и научать их, ибо ревниво храня священное знание и делая вид, что принадлежит оно лишь нам одним, мы уподобляемся нашедшему источник воды высоко в горах, который, вместо того чтобы позволить воде стекать в долину, утоляя жажду человеков и зверей, хоронит его под скалами и грязью, лишая воды и себя самого. Живите средь Сынов Человеческих и говорите им о священном Законе, дабы так спасли они себя и вступили в царства небесные. Но говорите им такими словами, дабы понимать они могли вас, повествуйте им притчи о природе, говорящими с их сердцем, ибо деяние должно прежде возникнуть как желание в сердце.

Посему молитесь Отцу вашему Небесному, когда Солнце в полдень высоко в небе: "Отче наш Небесный, направь всем Сынам Человеческим своего Ангела Мира и пошли ради знания нам Ангела Мудрости, дабы ступали мы по тем стезям, по которым ступали великие, лицезревшие Господа".

Иисус Христос
Книга четвертая: УЧЕНИЯ ИЗБРАННЫХ
Source: http://essenes.narod.ru/Evangelie_Mira_part4.htm

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From Metaphysical Meditations:

Divine love is the magnet that attracts all blessedness.

This day shall be the best day of my life. Today I will start with a new determination to dedicate my devotion forever at the feet of Omnipresence.

O Heavenly Father, I will extol Thy glory, the beauties of Thy paradise within us. May I live in the garden of soul-hapiness and noble thoughts and be filled with the aroma of Thy love evermore.

What is this life coursing in my veins? Could it be other then divine?

Teach me to think of Thee until Thou dost become my only thought.

A true yogi feels the throb of his heart in all hearts; his mind in all minds his presence in all motion, I will be a true yogi.

My earthly experiences serve as a process of destruction of my limiting mortal delusions. In God even the most “impossible” dreams are realized.

The reality of my life cannot die, for I am indestructible consciousness.

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As a lotus flower
Is born in water,
Grows in water
And rises out
Of water to
Stand above it
Unsoiled, so I,
Born in the world,
Raised in the world
Having overcome
The world, live
Unsoiled by
The world.

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Hidden tendencies arise to leave when you are Quiet,
so it is a good sign when vasanas arise.
Do not be dismayed because they are Self.
Let vasanas arise, they do not exist.
The world is a playground for the wise
and a graveyard for the foolish.
Let the vasanas play, they are transient imaginations
and even the "I" to which they occur is imagination itself.
Abide as Substratum and allow circumstances to come and go.
Stay Quiet with no intention, no notion,
not even inquire for Freedom, and don't utter the word "I."
Then the gods and demons of the vasanas will vanish.

Your true nature does not come and go.
Play with what comes and goes.
When they arise they will disappear.
Allow them to go away.
Let things happen through mind-ego
and just stay Quiet as they happen,
with the firm conviction: I Am I Am.

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Through the power and grace of the master, the identity you feel is yours is becoming more light, more distant—passing. One day you will ask, “Who am I?” but instead of an answer, an old perspective once disguised as a person will no longer be found.
In that moment you will find yourself established in your true nature.

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In order to really grow inside, you must first be challenged from all directions. Things cannot just go your way. You cannot command life or expect it to fulfill your projections. If things are always easy, you go to sleep inside your being. As you become more sensitive, more alert, more intuitive, open and silent, fear, resistence and lethargy subside and are replaced with a deep calm and a faith in the Unseen One. Though no outer company may be seen alongside you, the one who walks with God is never alone. The hosts of the heavens walk with them. Welcome on the road of the True Life.

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The worldly bank of life seems to float only on noise. The sound of life expresses only on the surface. But deep down in the under current is the shrine of silence, the seat of the Self. It is the Kingdom of Heaven within the inner sanctuary of your heart, beyond all the noises of life. Silence is an unseen power, the magical masterkey of life, the dynamics of the soul and the fountain of bliss. Manifest that ever and ever, no matter how terrific or terrible the distracting outward noise. It is easy to be silent in solitude and busy in the bustle, but more difficult to keep the head in solitude while the hands are in society. Express the silence of solitude in the bustle of the world.

-An Excerpt from ‘The Voice Of Babaji’

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When not being your Self becomes far too painful,
Self-discovery becomes vital.
It seems we can live in exile
from our own true nature for a while.
It is the play of life after all.
Actually, we cannot do it.
We can only dream it, or believe it into existence
and suffer our own projection.
Such exile would be akin to saying
that space has forgotten itself
and imagines that it is only the wind.
Space imagining itself to be blowing
when actually it is only the wind that is blowing
—what delusion.
When the wind is not blowing,
does space ‘become’ space again?
Is space not always unchanging?
Wind or no wind, what concern is that to space?
Likewise, you are only a person
when you imagine you are a person.
When you cease believing you are a person,
there is no person and no confusion.
When the wind is not blowing, who speaks of the wind?
You are none of this, O Divine Awareness.

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Possess nothing, enjoy everything

Possess nothing, enjoy everything DO YOU respect a beggar? Do you disrespect a rich man?

In today’s world, people are evaluated only on the basis of their possessions and status. A person’s worth in society is decided on the basis of how much he or she owns. Apart from his physical wealth, his power and influence become important. Success in life is related to ownership of assets and the extent of influence. In reality, nothing can be more damaging to a person’s real success in the world than possessions and status.

The desire to possess rises from comparison and jealousy.

If your neighbour buys a new refrigerator your house gets warmer. From early childhood we are conditioned to desire what others have. When we are not able to possess something, we are unhappy and consider it a failure. We become happy when we do acquire what we want. This happiness, however, lasts for a brief period. It lasts till we find one more thing to covet.

Happiness seems to be in the acquisition, in the chase rather than through enjoyment of what we have.

Ramana Maharishi says: Till you get something you want, it looks as big as a mountain. Once you get it, the same thing becomes the size of a mustard seed!

Greed drives us. Greed and envy are the root cause of all our sorrow.

Gautama Buddha said that all suffering is caused by human desire. But Buddha was not referring to genuine need-based desires when he said this; he was referring to the unending stream of wants that we develop based on comparison.

Joy is the natural state of a human being. Joy happens when there is no comparison. Joy happens when there is no attachment to an acquisition. It gives rise to sorrow when the desire for possessions imprisons us within the boundaries of time and space. When we recall a happy time, we keep trying to possess that time again.

A desire rooted in the past becomes the driver of our present state of mind. Stop wanting to acquire more and more.

Enjoy what you have.

I keep saying this: enjoy what you have; there is no need to renounce what you already possess. Renounce only what you do not have. You do not have to move into a forest as a monk or sanyasi to find happiness. You can find it in the middle of your worldly comforts. All you have to do is to renounce your fantasies.

That is the gateway to Bliss!

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Never decide on anything when you are in the low mood. The low mood will naturally itself distort the facts for you. It is not the right condition to take any big decision.

You have to wait to swing to a good mood when things will be clearer. Always take a big decision only when you are in a cheerful mood, when you are in a positive state of mind. Just like how you decide anything in the light of day when you are awake and not in the dead of the night when you are asleep, in the same way decide this too when you are in awareness and not when in turmoil.

Be very clear, the low also will pass just like the high mood passed. That is the very nature of the mind, it is like a wheel. What is down has to come up. Neither the ‘up’ nor the ‘down’ can be said to be more real than the other. They are both there, thats all.

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'I tell you, I’m so happy, again and again, I rededicate Myself to the Vedic tradition just because of this one truth they taught Me: you are not just this body, and you are not just this one life, that it enough, I dedicate My whole life to this tradition. Especially telling Me this truth in the young age where I started developing the fresh being to relate to the world. One good thing in India, even atheists accept reincarnation theory. Some of the worst atheists I see talk about reincarnation because it has gone into their system from the time they were born.'

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When the clouds are dispersed, the sun shines by itself. The whole difficulty lies in the process, in the struggle to know the real technique of the procedure and not in the actual attainment. There is struggle until the place of the switch is found, but the moment it is found, there is a sudden press of the switch with the effect of instantaneous light. Sadhana is the cessation of wandering, the return from the aberration, in order to rest in one’s native home. This requires great viveka and vichara shakti, true renunciation and persistent practice.

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You have been given a concept by most of the teachers that there is darkness, and that you have to spend your whole life clearing this darkness. No one speaks about light; everyone is trying to remove darkness and ignorance when it does not really exist.

First of all, look for yourself! Has anyone seen any ignorance? Sometimes when people who come to see me come closer to keeping quiet they say, "I do not understand." What is there to understand? Simply keep quiet - this is what you really are. How can there be any doubt? In keeping quiet you discover what you really are.

Through spiritual practices you overlook the one who is causing this to happen. Who is involving your limbs in the practice, your intellect in the practice? Who is causing your mind to be involved in trying to get understanding? If the one causing activity is not there you cannot conduct any practice. This is why I tell you to simply keep quiet. Then you will know what you truly are and what you have always been, and this is indestructible. All else will be destroyed, only Existence itself remains. The Truth will always remain - it Is - it is eternal. That which is not this truth does not exist at all.

You have two choices: Either you follow most teachers and spend your life trying to remove or clean out the mind. First you will have to find out if the mind exists. No one has seen the mind. Even if you found it, how do you propose to clean it? Everyone is practicing cleaning the mind but there is no one so far who has cleaned it. Where is this mind to be cleaned?

The second choice is to keep quiet and you will know who really you are. This is very simple. It is not going to take you time; in fact time does not appear. There is nothing outside that can help you, you have just to keep quiet - that's all - and you will know then you are eternal. You are Eternal Existence itself.

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When your attention turns towards your Self, instantly, the very turning is observed. Attention itself is a quality of the mind, and it is also being observed. This ‘turning towards’ is what you believe you are - an entity that does something and gets something in return. It is rarely questioned.

A feeling of joy is present when you remember and turn within. Again, I stress: There is that awareness in which the turning or non-turning of attention is witnessed. The movement of ‘I’ in its momentary-ness does not make any difference, because it is seen phenomenally and clearly does not affect the pure awareness in which it appears. When this understanding is grasped, all is done - well done! By whom is it grasped? By the un-nameable! When this insight implodes, the ‘somebody’ who apparently grasped it vanishes inside the ineffable.

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If you are listening earnestly, what you need to hear you have already heard

Now you must chew and digest the food in your mouth

Be with it, be with it

It’s not so much you have to do

Stay with it, trust my word

Prove them within yourself if they support your seeing or not

You don’t have to keep knocking from door to door and jumping about

Simply stay here

You don’t have to stir up your mind about these things

You have come, through The Invitation, to a place of real silence and stillness

The mind wants you to put your hand up to keep asking questions which you have far left behind, and you believe they are still important

Buy if you put your attention to what you have discovered, it is beyond all the questions you can ask right now

So just honour that seeing

Be with it, be with it

Sometimes, someone would come to a place of deep and profound insight, a revelation in consciousness, and I would say to them like this also "go home, get inside your sleeping bag, zip yourself in, and don’t come out, marinate, be like the jacket potato, marinate in this, don’t go anywhere, don’t call any friends or nothing, just stay with it, stay with it"

There is immense Joy

Just stay with it, stay with it, stay with it

At the right time, it will throw you out the bag, and then you can go about your business

Stay with it

Learn to value the things which are truly of value

Come to see them, that which serves your life, serves your search for Truth and put your attention there…

That is wisdom

That is using your life well

That is the best product of the vital force

- Moojibaba

26 February 2018
Lisbon Retreat
"This Love is God"

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Q.: Has the body any value to Self?

it is through the body’s help
that Self is realised.

What about diet?

Food affects the mind,
makes it more satvic (alive, vibrant, rhythmic),
for the practice of any kind of yoga.

Vegetarianism is absolutely necessary.

Could one receive spiritual illumination
whilst eating flesh foods?

but abandon them gradually
and accustom yourself to satvic foods.

once you have attained illumination
it will make less difference what you eat,
as on a great fire it is immaterial
what fuel is added.

Source: Conscious Immortality, Ch.8.

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If you find no one to support you
on the spiritual path, walk alone.

There is no companionship
with the immature.

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The Essene Gospel of Peace
(Part about fasting, enemas, sunlight and water)


"And from all temptations of your body and your spirit, coming from Satan, withdraw beneath the shadow of God's heaven."

"Renew yourselves and fast. For I tell you truly, that Satan and his plagues may only be cast out by -fasting and by prayer. Go by yourself and fast alone, and show your fasting to no man. The living God shall see it and great shall be your reward. And fast till Beelzebub and all his evils depart from you, and all the angels of our Earthly Mother come and serve you. For I tell you truly, except you fast, you shall never be freed from the power of Satan and from all diseases that come from Satan. Fast and pray fervently, seeking the power of the living God for your healing. While you fast, eschew the Sons of Men and seek our Earthly Mother's angels, for he that seeks shall find.

"Seek the fresh air of the forest and of the fields, and there in the midst of them shall you find the angel of air. Put off your shoes and your clothing and suffer the angel of air to embrace all your body. Then breathe long and deeply, that the angel of air may be brought within you. I tell you truly, the angel of air shall cast out of your body all uncleannesses which defiled it without and within. And thus shall all evil-smelling and unclean things rise out of you, as the smoke of fire curls upwards and is lost in the sea of the air. For I tell you truly, holy is the angel of air, who cleanses all that is unclean and makes all evil-smelling things of a sweet odor. No man may come before the face of God, whom the angel of air lets not pass. Truly, all must be born again by air and by truth, for your body breathes the air of the Earthly Mother, and your spirit breathes the truth of the Heavenly Father.

"After the angel of air, seek the angel of water. Put off your shoes and your clothing and suffer the angel of water to embrace all your body. Cast yourselves wholly into his enfolding arms, and as often as you move the air with your breath, move with your body the water also. I tell you truly, the angel of water shall cast out of your body all uncleannesses which defiled it without and within. And all unclean and evil-smelling things shall flow out of you, even as the uncleannesses of garments washed in water flow away and are lost in the stream of the river. I tell you truly, holy is the angel of water who cleanses all that is unclean and makes all evil-smelling things of a sweet odor. No man may come before the face of God whom the angel of water lets not pass. in very truth, all must be born again of water and of truth, for your body bathes in the river of earthly life, and your spirit bathes in the river of life everlasting. For you receive your blood from our Earthly Mother and the truth from our Heavenly Father.

"Think not that it is sufficient that the angel of water embrace you outwards only. I tell you truly, the uncleanness within is greater by much than the uncleanness without. And he who cleanses himself without, but within remains unclean, is like to tombs that outwards are painted fair, but are within full of all manner of horrible uncleannesses and abominations. So I tell you truly, suffer the angel of water to baptize you also within, that you may become free from all your past sins, and that within likewise you may become as pure as the river's foam sporting in the sunlight.

"Seek, therefore, a large trailing gourd, having a stalk the length of a man; take out its inwards and fill it with water from the river which the sun has warmed. Hang it upon the branch of a tree, and kneel upon the ground before the angel of water, and suffer the end of the stalk of the trailing gourd to enter your hinder parts, that the water may flow through all your bowels. Afterwards rest kneeling on the ground before the angel of water and pray to the living God that he will forgive you all your past sins, and pray the angel of water that he will free your body from every uncleanness and disease. Then let the water run out from your body, that it may carry away from within it all the unclean and evil-smelling things of Satan. And you shall see with your eyes and smell with your nose all the abominations, and uncleannesses which defiled the temple of your body; even all the sins which abode in your body, tormenting you with all manner of pains. I tell you truly, baptism with water frees you from all of these. Renew your baptizing with water on every day of your fast, till the day when you see that the water which flows out of you is as pure as the river's foam. Then betake your body to the coursing river, and there in the arms of the angel of water render thanks to the living God that he has freed you from your sins. And this holy baptizing by the angel of water is: Rebirth unto the new life. For your eyes shall henceforth see, and your ears shall hear. Sin no more, therefore, after your baptism, that the angels of air and of water may eternally abide in you and serve you evermore.

"And if afterward there remain within you aught of your past sins and uncleannesses, seek the angel of sunlight. Put off your shoes and your clothing and suffer the angel of sunlight to embrace all your body. Then breathe long and deeply, that the angel of sunlight may be brought within you. And the angel of sunlight shall cast out of your body all evil-smelling and unclean things which defiled it without and within. And all unclean and evil-smelling things shall rise from you, even as the darkness of night fades before the brightness of the rising sun. For I tell you truly, holy is the angel of sunlight who cleans out all uncleannesses and makes all evil-smelling things of a sweet odor. None may come before the face of God, whom the angel of sunlight lets not pass. Truly, all must be born again of sun and of truth, for your body basks in the sunlight of the Earthly Mother, and your spirit basks in the sunlight of the truth of the Heavenly Father.

"The angels of air and of water and of sunlight are brethren. They were given to the Son of Man that they might serve him, and that he might go always from one to the other.

"Holy, likewise, is their embrace. They are indivisible children of the Earthly Mother, so do not you put asunder those whom earth and heaven have made one. Let these three brother angels enfold you every day and let them abide with you through all your fasting.


Source: The Essene Gospel of Peace

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In what way will this (self-realization) contribute to your life?

Well in uncountable ways, and yet you know what, you won’t mind so much

The things that you were longing for “oh I really want, I really want” may not seem so important anymore

It’s not so much about what I want, but what I am

It’s not about where I am going, but what I am

And this is why I am not speaking about the future

I am the unbroken now, I have no future, therefore I am supremely happy

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The Grace of the Guru always pours down on you, but you must have mercy upon yourself so that you may realize this. If your cup is turned upside down, how can anything catch it?

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The essence of saintliness is total acceptance of the present moment, harmony with things as they happen. A saint does not want things to be different from what they are; he knows that, considering all factors, they are unavoidable. He is friendly with the inevitable and, therefore, does not suffer. Pain he may know, but it does not shatter him. If he can, he does the needful to restore the lost balance — or he lets things take their course.

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The real self neither doubts nor believes. But the dynamic self, the child of the pure self, must grow in trust, appreciation, humility, and love. That's what somehow, in the game, converts that very limited state into the all-possible...

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