A Quote by Sol Luckman on evolution, conscious evolution, intelligent design, regenetics method, conscious healing, dna, dna activation, primordial tradition, galactic center, 2012, mayan calendar, enlightenment, consciousness, healing, unconditional lov

It is crucial that we understand the evolutionary engine behind this momentous developmental stage for our species, unconditional love, not as a weak abstraction but as an omnipotent creational force of torsion energy that birthed—as it is still birthing—everything in the multiverse, including ourselves. Unconditional love is aptly named because the creative principle of love places no conditions on its creations, allowing for the exercise of free will in the karmic cycle of evolving human consciousness. The Bible sums up this foundational concept in three words: God is love. For the ancient Egyptians and Mayans, to cite but two examples, such infinite love associated with the life-giving feminine principle emanates from Galactic Center, also called the Central or Healing Sun.

Sol Luckman

Source: Conscious Healing: Book One on the Regenetics Method, Pages: 101

Contributed by: Phoenix Center for Regenetics

A Quote by William Blake on living, enlightenment, and peace

He who bends to himself a joy Doth the winged life destroy But he who kisses life as it flies Lives in eternity's sunrise

William Blake (1757 - 1827)

Contributed by: Jude

A Quote by Siddhartha Gautama Buddha on joy, happiness, enlightenment, and buddhahood

When you have great joy, you will become Buddhas!

Buddha (563 - 483 BC)

Source: Lotus Sutra "Sencho Murano translation"

Contributed by: Rev. Ryuoh

A Quote by Mevlana Jelalu'ddin Rumi on god, awakening, and enlightenment

There is none dwelling in the house but God. When a man is awakened he melts and perishes.

Mevlana Rumi (1207 - 1273)

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A Quote by Sol Luckman on silent stillness, sound, sound healing, harmonics, cymatics, the word, holy spirit, the trinity, the son, the sun, unified field, unified consciousness field, dna, dna activation, regenetics method, conscious healing, enlightenm

The divine triune structure of Silent Stillness giving rise to Sound (the Word or Holy Spirit) which then becomes Light (the sun or Son) is one way of conceptualizing the Sacred Trinity. When this trinitized energy has finally expressed itself in and as the Unified Consciousness Field, our cells can begin to replicate a new tetrahedral crystallinity, a biological trinity, based on the Adam Kadmon or lightbody template. This is a deeply personal and internal process that, in the end, requires  the individual  to adapt his or her own belief system (the spiritual subtle body) to accept enlightenment as a biological reality. Creation of such a biological reality is, I propose, the ultimate form of healing or wholing.

Sol Luckman

Source: Conscious Healing: Book One on the Regenetics Method, Pages: 140

Contributed by: Celena

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

Contributed by: Asmita

A Quote by Neville Goddard on awakening, i am ness, joel osteen, christian mortgage company, love and gratitude, ken wilber, eckhart tolle, dr david hawkins, life, christ jesus, enlightenment, kenneth copeland, creflo dollar, and jesse duplantis




Ninety-nine percent of the world waits for change to happen on the outside so they can reflect it, but that is no accomplishment. If we would awaken, we would become selectors of the beauty of the garden God has given us. We would single out an aspect we desire to express and deliberately change our attitude towards life itself.

The little fable of the fox and the grapes shows the importance of imagination. Failing to obtain the grapes, the fox persuaded himself that they were sour and, by imagining them so he evoked, within himself, a change of attitude thereby no longer feeling the same way about the grapes.

Although this little fable is on a negative, or tragic tone, you can take the same story and make it a positive one by contemplating your noble concept of life.

Although you may not appear to have the talent to realize your desire, do not claim its possession is beyond you and therefore sour. Rather, rejoice in the knowledge that it is yours. Do this and you will produce an emotional response which is necessary for seedtime.


Neville Goddard

Contributed by: Darren

A Quote by Thomas Merton on enlightenment, compassion, humanism, and love

In Louisville, at the corner of 4th and Walnut,
        in the center of the shopping district,
        I was suddenly overwhelmed by the realization
        that I loved these people,
        that they were mine and I was theirs,
        that we could not be alien to one another . . . .
        It was like waking from a dream of separateness,
        of spurious self-isolation in a special world,
        the world of renunciation and supposed holiness. . . . . .

The sense of liberation from illusory difference
       was such a relief to me that I almost laughed out loud . . . .

       My happiness could have taken the form of the words,

       ‘Thank God I am like other men,
             that I am only a man among other men . . . .’

It is a glorious destiny to be a member of the human race,
       though it is a race dedicated to many absurdities
       and one which makes terrible mistakes;
       yet, with all that,
               God himself gloried in becoming
               a member of the human race.

Thomas Merton (1915 - 1968)

Source: The "Louisville Epiphany"

Contributed by: communeist

A Quote by Alek on enlightenment, growth, teacher, guru, and mirror

You can't buy enlightenment, but you can hire a mirror so you can watch it happen.


Contributed by: Alek

A Quote by Shyamananda on maya, self-realization, bliss, authenticity, happiness, enlightenment, pain, and distress

Your unrest is the last cramp in your legs as you climb this mountain. Rest awhile, if you like.

But do not return to your old house. It is not your home any longer.


Contributed by: Swami

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