awakening

A Quote by unknown on awakening

When one speaks of awakening it means dehypnotization, comming to your senses, but of course, to do that you have to go out of your mind.

unknown

Source: Out of your mind

Contributed by: Nemo

A Quote by Dogen Zenji on enlightenment, delusion, and awakening

That you carry yourself forward and experience the myriad things is delusion. That the myriad things come forward and experience themselves is awakening

Dogen Zenji (1200 - 1253)

Contributed by: Vegar

A Quote by Russell Targ on realization, teacher, guru, awakening, enlightenment, grace, serendipity, and transmission

When I write about "realizations," I am describing a state in which a practitioner has wisdom of who she or he is, and has embodied that wisdom; it has become integrated into daily life, thoughts, and activities. We often view "awakening" as first step towards such realization. Awakening can occur in the blink of an eye, frequently through the direct, heart-opening (heart-breaking) transmission of grace from an awakened teacher.

Russell Targ

Source: Limitless Mind: A Guide to Remote Viewing and Transformation of Consciousness, Pages: 15

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Sanaya Roman on joy, living, path of joy, freedom, recognition, awareness, awakening, enlightenment, challenge, and being

The challenge of the path of joy is to create freedom. True joy comes from operating with Inner-Directedness and recognizing who you are.

Sanaya Roman

Source: Living With Joy: Keys to Personal Power and Spiritual Transformation (Earth Life Series, Book I), Pages: 18

Contributed by: Joy Bringer

A Quote by Lynne Twist on joy, living, path of joy, freedom, recognition, awareness, awakening, enlightenment, challenge, and being

I suggest that sufficiency is precise. Enough is a place you can arrive at and dwell in. So often we think of "abundance'" as the point at which we'll know we've really arrived, but abundance continues to be elusive if we think we'll find it in some excessive amount of something. True abundance does exist; it flows from sufficiency, in an experience of the beauty and wholeness of what is. Abundance is a fact of nature. It is a fundamental law of nature, that there is enough and it is finite. Its finiteness is no threat; it creates a more accurate relationship that commands respect, reverance, and managing those resources with the knowledge that they are precious and in ways that do the most good for the most people.

Lynne Twist

Source: The Soul of Money: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Life, Pages: 86

Contributed by: Joy Bringer

A Quote by Daniel Odier on wonder and awakening

The capacity for total wonder is the very substance of awakening.

Daniel Odier

Source: Tantric Quest: An Encounter with Absolute Love, Pages: 52

Contributed by: Aeon

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