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A Quote by Walter Russell on genius, inwards, intuition, mind, consciousness, god, divine, creator, light, excellence, sense, creation, and inspiration

Every genius thinks INWARDLY toward his Mind instead of outwardly toward his senses. The genius can hear sounds coming out of the silence with his inner ears. He can vision non-existent forms with his inner eyes and he can feel the rhythms of God's thinking and His knowing -- which are a blank slate to the man who believes that HE is his body. When a human rises to the exalted state of genius, he becomes a co-Creator with God. The beginning of creative expression in man is the first evidence of the unfolding Light of his genius, for no man who is purely sense-controlled can create. He can remember and repeat the records which he has imprinted upon his physical brain, but his brain has no knowledge. Therefore, he cannot create. Man can create only with his Mind -- and the brain is not the Mind. The brain is merely the seat of sensation and the electric recorder of sensation.

Walter Russell

Source: Home Study Course

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A Quote by Fr. Thomas Keating on divine, humility, acceptance, reality, weakness, limitations, complementary, love, and Divine Love

The complementary movement towards divine love is growth in humility which is the acceptence of the reality about ourselves, our own weakness and limitations.

Thomas Keating

Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04gdsFt_zDY

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A Quote by Caroline Myss on divine, life, service, and love

Our goal while on this earth is to transcend our illusions and discover the innate power of our spirit.  We are responsible for what we create, and we must therefore learn to act and think with love and wisdom and live in service to others and all life.

Caroline Myss

Source: Anatomy of the Spirit: The Seven Stages of Power and Healing, Pages: 283

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A Quote by Elizabeth Cady Stanton on fear, opinion, others, hesitate, truth, motive, silent, speak, divine, light, life, flow, and soul

"The moment we begin to fear the opinions of others and hesitate to tell the truth that is in us, and from motives of policy are silent when we should speak, the divine floods of light and life no longer flow into our souls."

Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815 - 1902)

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A Quote by James Swartz on kailas, self, consciousness, divine, awareness, abiding, presence, love, happiness, peace, freedom, and realization

A mind sourced in Spirit is a river of immeasurable power and life-giving goodness. 

James Swartz

Source: Symbols of Self

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A Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson on ability, creator, god, divine, inspiration, inventor, intuition, art, creation, and creativity

Every really able man, in whatever direction he works - a man of large affairs, an inventor, a statesman, an orator, a poet, a painter - if you talk sincerely with him, considers his work, however much admired, as far short of what it should be. What is this Better, this flying Ideal, but the perpetual promise of his Creator?

Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803 - 1882)

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A Quote by Henry Miller on henry, miller, divine, and potential

And what is the potential man, after all? Is he not the sum of all that is human? Divine, in other words?

Henry Miller (1891 - 1980)

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A Quote by Peliguin on love, peace, happiness, soul awakening, bliss, soul, spiritual, spiritual enlightenment, spiritual journey, fable, parable, allegory, dream within a dream, wisdom, divine, fate, destiny, sacred, and life

"At the moment of our birth we must also walk in the presence of our death and so I cannot tarry for want of safety nor shelter. All things must awaken to their fate and my destiny is already with you."

Robin Craig Clark

Source: The Garden, Pages: 33

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A Quote by Walter Russell on childhood, piano, music, tune, melody, blindness, god, light, creation, divine, nature, harmony, inspiration, and intuition

For a boy, I had been doing extraordinary things, which caused much wonder. Before I could walk, I could play on the piano, with one finger, any tunes that I heard, then, gradually, with all fingers, even the complex melodies played by blind Mr. Maynard, who, to me, was the greatest man in all the world.
Mr. Maynard lived in the dark but walked and talked with God in the Light. And what the soul of Creation told his Soul, he told me – and I walked and talked with God in those early days in His wonderlands of Peat Meadow and the huge oaks down in Bachelder’s wilds where nobody went but me, for no one else in all My World heard what I heard there – nor saw what I saw there – so it was mine alone, all that glory just mine alone.

Walter Russell

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