A Quote by Neville Goddard on awakening, i am ness, joel osteen, christian mortgage company, love and gratitude, ken wilber, eckhart tolle, dr david hawkins, life, christ jesus, enlightenment, kenneth copeland, creflo dollar, and jesse duplantis




Ninety-nine percent of the world waits for change to happen on the outside so they can reflect it, but that is no accomplishment. If we would awaken, we would become selectors of the beauty of the garden God has given us. We would single out an aspect we desire to express and deliberately change our attitude towards life itself.

The little fable of the fox and the grapes shows the importance of imagination. Failing to obtain the grapes, the fox persuaded himself that they were sour and, by imagining them so he evoked, within himself, a change of attitude thereby no longer feeling the same way about the grapes.

Although this little fable is on a negative, or tragic tone, you can take the same story and make it a positive one by contemplating your noble concept of life.

Although you may not appear to have the talent to realize your desire, do not claim its possession is beyond you and therefore sour. Rather, rejoice in the knowledge that it is yours. Do this and you will produce an emotional response which is necessary for seedtime.


Neville Goddard

Contributed by: Darren

A Quote by Terry Tempest Williams on wilderness, awakening, silence, stillness, grace, and divinity

“To protect what is wild is to protect what is gentle. Perhaps the wilderness we fear is the pause within our own heartbeats, the silent space that says we live only by grace. Wilderness lives by this same grace.

Terry Williams

Contributed by: evelyn

A Quote by Orison Swett Marden on potential, awakening, and powers

Deep within man dwell these slumbering powers; powers that would astonish him, that he never dreamed of possessing; forces that would revolutionize his life if aroused and put into action.

Orison Swett Marden (1850 - 1924)

Contributed by: Photizo

A Quote by Michelle Millhoane on awakening, self, discovery, contentment, and irreplaceable nature

"I have come to realize that I am Irreplaceably Disposable"

Michelle Millhoane

Source: self

Contributed by: M~

A Quote by Mother Teresa on awakening and bodhimind

This is a much greater trial [for the butterfly] especially if the pains are severe; in some ways, when they are very acute, I think they are the greatest trial that exists. For they affect the soul both outwardly and inwardly, till it becomes so much oppressed as not to know what to do with itself. There are many things which assault her soul with an interior oppression so keenly felt and so intolerable that I do not know to what it can be compared ... She is conscious of a strange solitude, since there is not a creature on the whole earth who can be companioned to her – in fact, I do not believe she would find any in Heaven, save Him Whom she loves: on the contrary, all earthly companionship is torment to her. She thinks of herself as a person suspended aloft, unable either to come down and rest anywhere on earth or to ascend into Heaven. She is parched with thirst, yet cannot reach the water; and the thirst is not tolerable one but a kind that nothing can quench...

Mother Teresa (1910 - 1998)

Contributed by: Geoff

A Quote by Ken Wilber on ken wilber, one taste, satori, awakening, realization, mind, and just this

Early morning, the orange sun is slowly rising, shining forth in empty luminous clarity. The mind and the sky are one, the sun is rising in the vast space of primordial awareness, and there is just this. Yasutani Roshi once said, speaking of satori, that it was the most precious realization in the world, because all the great philosophers had tried to understand ultimate reality but had failed to do so, yet with satori or awakening all of your deepest questions are finally answered: it's just this.

Ken Wilber

Source: One Taste, Pages: 105

Contributed by: David

A Quote by Dave Oshana on awakening, inevitable, enlightenment, and moksha

Awakening is Inevitable
- enlightened spiritual teacher Dave Oshana -

Dave Oshana


Contributed by: awakening_now

A Quote by Andrew Cohen on authentic self, cares, awakens, awakening, and creative principle

The authentic self is the best part of a human being.  It's the part of you that already cares, that is already passionate about evolution. When your authentic self miraculously awakens and becomes stronger than your ego, then you will truly begin to make a difference in this world. You will literally enter into a partnership with the creative principle

Andrew Cohen

Source: The New Enlightenment: A Complete Vision for Living a Spiritual Life in an Evolving World, Pages: The Awakening CD track 11

Contributed by: Michael

A Quote by Paul Lowe on awakening, knowledge, control, fear, and source

If you wake up one morning realising that you do not know anything, then you are awake. If you still think you know something, then you are still asleep. If you are still trying to know, you are still trying to control. If you are still trying to control then you still think something can ‘go wrong’. If you still think something can go wrong then you are not in touch with the source. If you are not in touch with the source then you live in fear. You are living in the fear that you have created, and that you are trying to get away from.

Paul Lowe


Contributed by: LeAnn

A Quote by unknown on buddha, enlightenment, meditation, and awakening

Never forget the space that houses your enlightenment.

by una 


Source: una

Contributed by: una

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