A Quote by Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj on mind, heart, and abyss

 The mind creates the abyss, the heart crosses it.

Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

Source: Gratefulness.org

Contributed by: Shivaloves555

A Quote by Rainer Maria Rilke on dove, serenity, loss, being, abyss, infinite, rilke, mitchell, and erika

Dove that ventured outside,        flying far from the dovecote:
housed and protected again,     one with the day, the night,
knows what serenity is,              for she has felt her wings
pass through all distance and fear       in the course of her wanderings.

The doves that remained at home,     never exposed to loss,
innocent and secure,               cannot know tenderness;
only the won-back heart              can ever be satisfied: free,
through all it has given up,                to rejoice in its mastery. 

Being arches itself                 over the vast abyss.
Ah the ball that we dared,     that we hurled into infinite space,
Doesn’t it fill our hands            differently with its return:
heavier by the weight             of where it has been.

Rainer Maria Rilke (1875 - 1926)

Source: Ahead of All Parting: The Selected Poetry and Prose of Rainer Maria Rilke (Modern Library) (English & German Edition)

Contributed by: Nicole

A Quote by Kedar on universe, philosophy, ultimate question, god, ultimate questioner, abyss, and uqv theory

The universe is a philosophical abyss.

Kedar Joshi

Source: Superultramodern Science and Philosophy

Contributed by: Kedar

A Quote by Frederick Neitzsche on neitzche, abyss, and fight

To those who fight monsters, be careful that you yourself do not become a monster. When you look long into the abyss the abyss also looks back into you.

Frederick Neitzsche

Source: Neitzche quotes online.

Contributed by: paulabee

A Quote by julie sarah powell on moment, abyss, paradigm, perspective, no self, self realisation, enlightenment, spirituality, and meditation

The day to day chores and mechanical flow of life all continued as before, but with no energy going into them. Pushing through in some moments and melting into the abyss in others, no choice in any of it. During sittings it was felt that the body and all of existence was melting and would never return again. When the end of the session came and the responsibilities of life started up again the moves would occur and life would go on as usual.

Internally, however, was a whole new paradigm. The perspective had shifted to a whole new sense. The mind was still functioning, but restricted to a strictly practical level. Not a constant burble and with no energy to touch this place. Like a waterfall in slow motion, which defies gravity and seems to float quietly past making no ripple within itself and touching nothing. Only spontaneously emerging when needed and then fading away again.

julie sarah powell

Source: http://www.beyondselfnow.com/diary.html

Contributed by: jai

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