destiny

A Quote by Ankit Shukla on dawn, dusk, end, begining, hope, sorrow, destiny, and morning

Its five in the morning, I can see the first rays of sun trying to penetrate through this grey sky, trying to change its color to dark blue, and declare the dawn, but its strange, dawn and dusk both have the same color, both have same murky feel about them, but how different is their nature, one exemplifies the end, while the other symbolizes a new begining.. but is that end the end of hopes or end of sorrows.. or is that begining the begining of a new life or new difficulties which lie ahead... we cant ever figure it out... its all written and thats what destiny is....
Every begining can be a new end and every end can be a new begining...

Ankit Shukla

Contributed by: ankitshukla

A Quote by Joseph Campbell on life, planning, watiing, destiny, and fate

We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us.

Joseph Campbell (1904 - 1987)

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by Paul Tsongas on destiny, greatness, and fulfillment

Our destiny is greatness and we must return to its fulfillment.

Paul Tsongas

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by John O'Donohue on soul, self-love, compassion, and destiny

When you are compassionate with yourself, you trust in your soul, which you let guide your life. Your soul knows the geography of your destiny better than you do.

John O'Donohue

Contributed by: Jaleesa

A Quote by Henry Miller on greatness, self, wisdom, destiny, guidance, and teacher

No man is great enough or wise enough for any of us to surrender our destiny to. The only way in which anyone can lead us is to restore to us the belief in our own guidance.

Henry Miller (1891 - 1980)

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by David Spangler on time, history, destiny, and era

These are the times for which we were born.

David Spangler

Source: David's Desk #25, Living the Times

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by Patricia Cori on darkness, destiny, evolution, exquisite beauty, god, illumination, lotus, lotus flower, mud, recognise, and splendour

Like the lotus, you experience three primary stages of evolution. The first is marked by ignorance and darkness, when you lie below the dense mud - a closed chysalis - which, by nature of existence, will eventually be pulled upwards by the warmth of the Sun. The second is exemplified by the climb through the clouded waters of your emotional experience, yet still the flower reaches to the Sun, knowing no other destiny ... no other purpose. The third brings full illumination in the splendour of the light. The Lotus flower blossoms, baring its exquisite beauty to all those who are aware, enough to recognise God unfolding.

Patricia Cori

Source: The Cosmos of Soul: A Wakeup Call for Humanity

Contributed by: bajarbattu

A Quote by Pablo Neruda on questions, destiny, and chile

Whom can I ask what I came
to make happen in this world?

Why do I move without wanting to,
why am I not able to sit still?

Why do I go rolling without wheels,
flying without wings or feathers,

and why did I decide to migrate
if my bones live in Chile?

Pablo Neruda (1904 - 1973)

Source: The Book of Questions

Contributed by: Tsuya

A Quote by Rainer Maria Rilke on life, destiny, and blessing

You life will find its own paths... and that they be good, rich, and wide is what I wish for you, more than I can say.

Rainer Maria Rilke (1875 - 1926)

Source: Letters to a Young Poet (Vintage), Pages: 10

Contributed by: Tsuya

A Quote by garri garripoli on yuan fen, destiny, fate, and karma

Through Qigong practice we become conscious participants in our destiny.  The Chinese call this yuan fen, a concept that goes beyond destiny, fate, and even karma.  As yuan fen includes these ideas, we can see that there is a continuum of energy that ties the past with the future, placing us in a present that stretches in both directions along the time line.  Qigong helps us understand that nothing is fixed, as the Tao is an everchanging flow of energy.  So our yuan fen is also flowing, constantly in flux, moving with our very thoughts and actions.  As this constant transformative process takes place, our past and future constantly change as well.  This may seem like a strange concept at first as we are taken to believe the past is a fixed reality, completed, and thus unchangeable.  If we understand the Tao, this cannot be an acceptable conclusion.  As we flow with the natural way, all in our existence flexes and reforms.  Qigong practice awakens us to the fact even our past can undergo a drastic metamorphosis.  When this occurs, the lines of causality are redefined.  Past experiences are perceived in a more universal way and with an objective clarity.  The perceived present is concurrently objectified and we are released from the perceived past.  We must simply allow ourselves to become free of the trappings that bind us to form.  As "Dreamtime" describes a maleable reality for the Aboriginal people of Australia, Qi Space assists us in releasing form and becoming the free souls we truly are.

garri garripoli

Source: Qigong Essence of the Healing Dance

Contributed by: Bird

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