Posted by: Stephen Paul | December 9, 2018

True knowledge means to be empty

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Mooji

True knowledge means to be empty;

empty of identity and belief in
and attachment to psychological conditioning.
There is a great space and silence
here in the emptiness.
A great intelligence looks out from that space
as the unfathomable Self.
You are one with this One.
This unity is love and Truth.

 

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Posted by: Stephen Paul | December 6, 2018

Cease cherishing beliefs

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Posted by: Stephen Paul | December 5, 2018

Same awareness looking through your eyes

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Posted by: Stephen Paul | December 2, 2018

You are the pure awareness that illumines consciousness

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If you trust me, believe when I tell you that you are the pure awareness that illumines consciousness and its infinite content. Realize this and live accordingly. If you do not believe me, then go within, enquiring “What am I?”, or focus your mind on ‘I am’, which is pure and simple being.

~ Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

Posted by: Stephen Paul | December 1, 2018

What wakes up is the infinite, both beyond and within human form

“When you awaken, what wakes up is the infinite, both beyond (transcendent of) and within human form. If the awakening is deep and profound, you know and experience that the transcendent and formless infinite is also all manifest forms. Spirit and form are not simply unified; they are the ultimate principle appearing in two different ways. Everything everywhere is the living face of God —both infinite and limited, perfect and fallible, timeless and time bound, invulnerable and fragile.”

~ Adyashanti

 

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Posted by: Stephen Paul | November 29, 2018

True position the formless, neutral witness of all phenomena

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Know and understand that you are not a ‘person’
with consciousness, but rather, the perceiver
of such identity along with whatever else appears here.
Whatever arises is seen and intuitively discerned
to be momentary or impermanent.
That which perceives cannot be that
which is being perceived.
Recognising all appearances to be impermanent
by nature, one ceases imparting reality to them.
Thus, one discovers and confirms one’s true position
as the formless and neutral witness of all phenomena.

~ Mooji

Posted by: Stephen Paul | November 28, 2018

In deepest core man is not mind at all

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Posted by: Stephen Paul | November 24, 2018

The way

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Posted by: Stephen Paul | November 22, 2018

Silence and your courage

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Posted by: Stephen Paul | November 20, 2018

In Reality only Self is

In Freedom, In Reality,
there is no process or way or path,
no here, no there,
no this, no that,
no ‘me’, no ‘you’,
no concepts, no name, no form,
no mind, no bondage, no duality.

Nothing has happened.
Nothing is happening.
Nothing ever will happen.

Only Self Is.

~ Sri H. W. L. Poonja (Papaji)

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