#4975 - Thursday, July 18, 2013
- Editor: Gloria Lee
Those who see worldly life as an obstacle to
dharma see no dharma in
everyday actions. They have not yet discovered that
there are no everyday
actions outside of dharma.
quoted in the book "Teachers of Wisdom"
Leonard Cohen said this: "I dont think there is
any other consideration but
practical. Ive never been able to disassociate
the spiritual from the
practical. I think that what we call the spirit or
spirituality is the most
intense form of the practical."
via Vicki Woodyard
When Nisargadatta was asked if there was a
difference between him and
Ramana he said :" No difference whatsoever, but I
am slightly better
via Sandra Ma on Facebook
"It is not the circumstances which arise as
one's karmic vision that
condition a person into the dualistic state; it's a
person's own attachment
that enables what arises to condition him. "
~Chogyal Namkhai Norbu
From the book, "The Crystal and The Way of
via Daily Dharma by anipachen
"Lovers find secret places inside this violent
world, where they make
transactions with beauty..."
(Monet, 'Blue Water Lilies')
via Fred LaMotte
The only way you will ever awaken is through the
silence, not through
analyzation of facts. Not by sorting out good and bad,
but through simple
silence, letting go. Letting go of all thoughts, all the
hurts, all the dogmas
and concepts. Letting go of these things daily.
~ Robert Adams
There is nothing to
learn at all (laughter).
Who has to learn?
The person who has to
learn doesn't even exist.
It is the ego that wants to learn.
mind wants to learn.
The ego believes it has to know knowledge.
to acquire wisdom.
But you are wisdom.
Wisdom is your real
When the ego is gone then you know because you are the
But the one who wants to know is the ego.
...from 'Does Karma Really Exist?' - January 26,
via Advaita (Nonduality, Oneness, One Love) on