The Self is not attained by doing anything, but remaining
still and being as we are.
Lighthouses don't go running all over an island
looking for boats to save: they just
stand there, shining.
by Michael Rawls to Facebook
I think 99 times and find nothing. I stop thinking, swim
in the silence, and the
truth comes to me.
by Kia Pierce to Facebook
Strenuously seeking truth
by investigation and concentration,
will never appreciate
the unthinkable simplicity and bliss
that abide at
To uncover this fertile ground,
cut through the roots of
with the sharp gaze of naked awareness,
remaining entirely at
transparent and content.
You need not expend great effort
nor store up extensive spirtual
Remain in the flow of sheer
by Amrita Nadi to Daily Dharma
Listening, non-directed attention, is the natural, the inbuilt
functioning of the brain.
by Tony Cartledge to Facebook
The Truth is the only thing you’ll ever run into that has no agenda.
will have an agenda. Everything. That is why the Truth
is so powerful. Give up
your agendas and continue to expose yourself,
and harmonization will naturally
by Belle Heywood to Facebook
Real fearlessness is the product of tenderness. It comes
from letting the world
tickle your heart, your raw and beautiful heart. You
are willing to open up, without
resistance or shyness, and face the world.
You are willing to share your heart with
by Sandra Ma to Facebook
When there is a wound deep inside a person, he will try to share that
people. What else can he do? You just recognize: "Oh, he
Compassion is the only medicine. Unconditional love
is the only treatment.
-Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
by Jacque Collier to Facebook
Your purpose is to be at peace,
to love all beings, and to know who you
This is the purpose of life.
Slowly you will know this and get
by sshomi to Along The Way
Ah, not to be cut off
By Rainer Maria Rilke
(1875 - 1926)
English version by Stephen Mitchell
Ah, not to be cut off,
not through the slightest
shut out from the law of the stars.
The inner -- what is
if not the intensified sky,
hurled through with birds and deep
the winds of homecoming