ecstasy

A Quote by Walter Russell on sorrow, sympathy, love, balance, illness, sickness, mind, god, ecstasy, immortality, immortal, consciousness, conscious, grief, cosmic, man, and death

Even sorrow or sympathy for the afflicted, or grief for the passing of loved ones, unbalances the body cells and makes one vulnerable to infections or destructive toxins, for such emotions have no relation to love or the inner joyousness of love-inspired man, nor are they within the God-Mind which alone knows unchanging ecstasy.
... Grief is selfish. It is indulged in for self-gratification, not for love. Cosmic man knows the beauty and unreality of death. Sympathy for the afflicted makes a reality of the affliction by its recognition as an infliction, while sorrow for the loss of anything, or for the »unfortunate« condition of anybody, is forgetful of the beauty and abundance of all-giving God and Nature.
The Mind of God knows but one unchanging emotion – ECSTASY – the ecstasy of Love – the ecstasy which has its beginnings in an inner joyousness of one who is far on the road to the discovery of his immortal Self.

Walter Russell

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

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A Quote by J. (Jiddu) Krishnamurti on meditation, mind, love, space, thought, perception, ecstasy, pleasure, intellect, and krishnamurti

Perception without the word, which is without thought, is one of the strangest phenomena. Then the perception is much more acute, not only with the brain, but also with all the senses. Such perception is not the fragmentary perception of the intellect nor the affair of the emotions. It can be called a total perception, and it is part of meditation.

Perception without the perceiver in meditation is to commune with the height and depth of the immense. This perception is entirely different from seeing an object without an observer, because in the perception of meditation there is no object and therefore no experience. can, however, take place when the eyes are open and one is surrounded by objects of every kind. But then these objects have no importance at all. One sees them but there is no process of recognition, which means there is no experiencing.

What meaning has such meditation? There is no meaning; there is no utility. But in that meditation there is a movement of great ecstasy which is not to be confounded with pleasure. It is this ecstasy which gives to the eye, to the brain and to the heart, the quality of innocency. Without seeing life as something totally new, it is a routine, a boredom, a meaningless affair. So meditation is of the greatest importance. It opens the door to the incalculable, to the measureless.

J. Krishnamurti (1895 - 1986)

Source: Meditations 1969 part 2

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A Quote by Maitreya Ishwara on reunion, enlightenment, separation, suffering, ecstasy, contrast, god, and evolution

Your reunion in the ecstasy of enlightenment requires a context of separation and suffering to add the necessary contrast to your soul's journey of evolution. Contrast is vital for a good story and God is the ultimate storyteller.

Maitreya Ishwara

Source: Unity

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A Quote by Emily Dickinson on ecstasy and soul

The soul should always stand ajar, ready to welcome the ecstatic experience.

Emily Dickinson (1830 - 1886)

Source: Wisdom for the Soul: Five Millennia of Prescriptions for Spiritual Healing

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A Quote by J. (Jiddu) Krishnamurti on love, depth, delight, ecstasy, transformation, moment, and heart

The moment you have in your heart this extraordinary thing called love and feel the depth, the delight, the ecstasy of it, you will discover that for you the world is transformed.

J. Krishnamurti (1895 - 1986)

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A Quote by Emily Dickinson on ecstasy, joy, and life

I find ecstasy in living - the mere sense of living is joy enough.

Emily Dickinson (1830 - 1886)

Source: Emily Dickinson and the Art of Belief

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A Quote by Carl Edward Sagan on understanding, ecstasy, intelligence, brain, thinking, feeling, and carl sagan

The use of our intelligence quite properly gives us pleasure. In this respect the brain is like a muscle. When we think well, we feel good. Understanding is a kind of ecstasy.

Carl Sagan (1934 - 1996)

Source: thinkexist.com

Contributed by: Zoe

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