Christianity is one way of putting words together and Hinduism is another. The...– Nisargadatta Maharaj (via paynehollow) (via crashinglybeautiful)
My mind withdrew its thoughts from experience, extracting itself from the...– Saint Augustine (via paynehollow) (via crashinglybeautiful)
Each man has only one genuine vocation: to find the way to himself.– Hermann Hesse (via suchness) (via crashinglybeautiful)
It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.– Henry David Thoreau | Submitted by: bornonthe17th (via quote-book)
It must be those brief moments, tiny moments, like islands in the ocean beyond...– Hans Børli (from melancholy notes) (via crashinglybeautiful)
In the words of the ancients, one should make his decision within the space of...– Ghost Dog (Jim Jarmusch) (via fuckyeahexistentialism)
Try to be, only to be. The all-important word is ‘try’. Allot enough time daily...– Nisargadatta Majaraj, from “I Am That” (via paynehollow) (via crashinglybeautiful)
The Soul, secure in her existence. smiles at the drawn dagger and defies its...– From 1713, “Cato” by Joseph Addison. This was the passage Edgar Allen Poe encrypted and challenged his readers to decipher in 1841. It was not until 1992 that a Duke University doctoral student succeeded. via immerse-yourself-in-love, heartmindspirit, johnharrigan ∞ (via metaconscious) (via...
As Deleuze puts it, The brain does not manufacture representations, but only...– Radical Philosophy - Articles - November/December 1998 (via wildcat2030) This seems accurate. I’ve always found myself thinking by way of impressions instead of images. Compulsions and gut reactions always seem to knock logic on its ass. (via notational)
Learn by little the desire for all things
dreaminginthedeepsouth: paynehollow: . . Learn by little the desire for all things which perhaps is not desire at all but undying love which perhaps is not love at all but gratitude for the being of all things which perhaps is not gratitude at all but the maker’s joy in what is made, the joy in which we come to rest. . ~ Wendell Berry, from ‘Leavings’ . photograph by Kathleen...
There’s no point of view or theory in reality itself.– Milarepa (via skydharma) (via crashinglybeautiful)
You desire to know the art of living, my friend? It is contained in one phrase:...– Henri-Frederic Amiel (via matarua & lethebashar & arsvitaest) (via crashinglybeautiful)
We can never think of the present We can only be the present– Jean Klein (via suchness) (via crashinglybeautiful)
thisworldwemustleave: montycantsin: commondense: Peter Russell’s The Global Brain (1983) “In The Global Brain Peter Russell shows that humanity has reached a crossroads in its evolutionary path. The Internet is linking humanity into one, worldwide community - a “global brain”. This, combined with a rapidly growing spiritual awakening, is creating a collective consciousness that is...
We were a silent, hidden thought in the folds of oblivion, and we have become a...– Kahlil Gibran (via oceanofmind//moonshineandroses//magdalenasdream) (via neonmedusa)
Fix your mind inwardly between the eyebrows on the shoreless lake of peace....– Paramahansaji (via oceanofmind) (via dreaminginthedeepsouth)
The world was not created for us to enjoy but we are created in order to evolve...– Maria Montessori, Education for a New World (via sharanam) (via dreaminginthedeepsouth)
…I have an opportunity to give others this same gift that I long for. Instead of...– Freely Given | Vincent Horn The words of a true practitioner. (via sharanam)