A Quote by 1Vector3 on love, live forever, opportunity to love, moments, and body

Love at every opportunity and your body will live forever. P.S. Every moment is an opportunity.

Rev. O.M. Bastet

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A Quote by Walter Russell on meditate, meditation, god, thinking, thought, awareness, material, body, concentration, ecstasy, cosmic, concentrate, know, light, divine, and invisible

To meditate is to become one with God. It means to STOP THINKING and thus get out of the awareness of body. One can be aware of his body and of material things only while, and because, one is thinking.
… To concentrate is to think very hard and focus your thoughts to a point. To meditate is just the opposite – it means to expand one’s thoughts into space until one stops thinking and steps into the still Light of KNOWING.
Thinking is sensing, and sensing is vibratory motion. Conversely, meditation is becoming still in order to talk with God. When I say “talk with God” I mean become inspired with His Light of all-knowing. One talks with God in timeless Light. Inspiration comes in flashes of still Light – invisible Light.
If you want to know anything whatsoever, just desire to know it, then stop thinking. Try to get into a state of universal ecstasy or inner joyousness, which is a state of consciousness like unto the God-Mind. Void your mind of thoughts, thought forms and ideas. Become perfectly blank insofar as idea and form are concerned.
In that manner, you become transformed from man as an individual unit of mankind, and become all Soul – the universal Soul. In that manner you make the transition from the state of sensing some things materially to knowing all things cosmically.

Walter Russell

Source: Message of the Divine Iliad Vol. 2 (Divine Iliad)

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A Quote by Walter Russell on health, heaing, ill, sickness, illumination, light, love, soul, and body

Just before my second major illumination at the age of fourteen, I was stricken with black diphtheria, which is identical with black plague. Cultures from my throat so blackened a case knife that the three doctors attending me said I could not possibly live, for the functions of my throat were destroyed.
Soon after, these doctors pronounced me dead. The undertakers had arrived. I had no awareness of my body, whatsoever, but while in that state a great ecstasy overwhelmed me with all-knowing Light of Love and, to the amazement of my weeping parents, I arose from my bed perfectly healed. An inspection of my throat showed a perfect normalcy of strong tissue and my weakened body was again strong and vital.
... The memory of ten times ten thousand lives mirrored themselves in Light from their records on my Soul to tell me that my body was still new – that my time of disappearance had not yet come.
It was then given me to know that the power of revitalization of my body was mine, and I, who had been pronounced dead by man, lived strongly in the body.

Walter Russell

Source: Message of the Divine Iliad Vol. 2 (Divine Iliad)

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A Quote by Sol Luckman on sex, body, woman, drunk, intoxication, and hooking up

I can still see-feel-hear-smell-taste her, her maddest of bodies that made divinest sense to a parched and withered me. My mind swam like a drunk octopus with images of the two of us in a dizzying array of compromising--possibly illegal--positions.

Sol Luckman

Source: Beginner's Luke: Book I of the Beginner's Luke Series, Pages: 199

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A Quote by Aristotle on life, death, psyche, body, move, sense, speak, feel, care, and breath

You'll understand what life is if you think about the act of dying. When I die, how will I be different from the way I am right now? In the first moments after death, my body will be scarcely different in physical terms than it was in the last seconds of life, but I will no longer move, no longer sense, nor speak, nor feel, nor care. It's these things that are life. At that moment, the psyche takes flight in the last breath.

Aristotle (384 - 322 BC)

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A Quote by Anton Grosz on bardo and body


Those who have returned from the bardo say that although they felt disconnected and separated from their bodies, they had no regrets.  It was as if in shedding the physical, an even greater world of knowledge and understanding had been unveiled to them, which made the body seem unimportant and a limiting factor in the overall scheme of things.

Anton Grosz

Source: Letters to a Dying Friend: Helping Those You Love Make a Conscious Transition (Quest Book), Pages: 41

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A Quote by Epictetus on mind, body, care, and time

It is a mark of a mean capacity to spend much time on the things which concern the body, such as much exercise, much eating, much drinking, much easing of the body, much copulation. But these things should be done as subordinate things: and let all your care be directed to the mind.

Epictetus (c. 50 - 120)

Source: Enchiridion, Pages: 38

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A Quote by Don Miguel Ruiz on life, force, mind, body, and soul

Life is not the body; it is not the mind; it is not the soul. It is a force.

Don Miguel Ruiz

Source: The Mastery of Love: A Practical Guide to the Art of Relationship (Toltec Wisdom Book)

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A Quote by Rasa on body, mind, and spirit


Robert Schueler

Source: Unknown

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A Quote by Rasa on mind, body, and spirit


Robert Schueler

Source: Unknown

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