A Quote by unknown on i am and free


"I AM Free,
as I have Always Been,
Just as I will Always Be."


Source: A Self Attunement: Maha Moksha Healing

Contributed by: Darshan

A Quote by unknown on chinese fortune cookie, i am, and i am presence

Everywhere I go, There I AM


Source: chinese fortune cookie

Contributed by: rainbowcreator

A Quote by G.I. Gurdjieff on awareness, awakening, grounding, and i am

It is only by grounding our awareness in the living sensation of our bodies that the "I Am," our real presence, can awaken.

G.I. Gurdjieff

Contributed by: rudyan

A Quote by G. I. Gurdjieff on life, reality, and i am

Life is real only then, when "I am".

G. I. Gurdjieff

Source: title of book

Contributed by: rudyan

A Quote by paramhansa yogananda on wisdom, power, laughter, i am, spirit, flowers, smile, stars, and waves

He who knows his soul knows this truth:
" I am beyond everything finite; I I now see that the Spirit, alone in a space with Its ever-new joy, has expressed Itself as the vast body of nature.
I am the stars,
I am the waves,
I am the Life of all,
I am the laughter within all hearts,
I am the smile on the faces of the flowers and in each soul.
I am the Wisdom and Power that sustain all creation. "

paramhansa yogananda

Source: Man's Eternal Quest, Pg. 11

Contributed by: bajarbattu

A Quote by Kanaan Warsame on knaan, i am, life, and acheivement

It's not longer 'Look what I can do, I can do it better then you.'  It's just I am.


Source: exclaim! magazine

Contributed by: ClevelandX

A Quote by Solara on solara, 11, i am, altazar, lemuria, and atlantis

I cannot be more than I am. I cannot be less than I am. But I must be that I am.


Source: The Legend of Altazar

Contributed by: Ryon

A Quote by Peter O. Erbe on expressions of love, love the unlovable, knowledge, i am, and out of touch with reality

    To love something in this world as True perception would, we have to love everything alike, meaning we grant every thing an equal right to be. Then we may have our preferences, but still evaluate all as expressions of love. This may very well be a stumbling block for many. For how can we love the unlovable? Be learning to see past the form aspect and see the form content. This learning to see the form aspect is really not a learning process. We use the word 'learning' throughout this material for convenience of expression. It is rather a remembering of one's knowledge. Rephrasing the above statement we say: by remembering our identity, we look past the form aspect as naturally as breathing. The instant we know who we really are, the unlovable are recognized as the same I AM as ours.
    To despise my left hand for being soiled would seem, at best, extremely unreasonable. Insisting on rejecting it, the day might come where I do not recognize it as my own hand. Each time now it wishes to be recognized and accepted, I either slap it or run away from it. An onlooker would, most likely, esteem me a trifle out of touch with reality. Yet this is exactly the case with our response to our brothers and sisters. However much we fear or despise, therefore flee or fight, we cannot get away from them. My brother and my sister are my left and right hand. They are my eyes - they are my heart - they are ME. To 'get rid' of them, the unlovable, I have to 'get rid' of ME, and to do that I have to tear my heart out. And this is precisely what we, as humanity, did. We tore our heart out - meaning we tore love out. Now we have non to give. So to love the unlovable is not to face him and think: 'Wow, how can I love this despicable so and so?' This leads only deeper into the mire of separation. To love these is to love ME! By discovering my BEING I discover theirs and MINE.


Peter Erbe

Source: God I Am: From Tragic to Magic, Pages: 186 & 187

Contributed by: Nara-Narayana

A Quote by Peter O. Erbe on manifest, unify, experience, evalute, creation, pure being, god, i am, dna, and beyond judgment

    The rise beyond judgment allows love to enter. This highest of frequencies changes our physical bodies by way of a restored DNA. Thus each individual in that position becomes a transmitter of the most powerful electromagnetic frequency, affecting everything and everyone around him.
    In summarizing this discourse on the balance of polarities, we say: God is All-There-Is, therefore God is ALL-encompassing. Whatever enters my realm of experience, must, of need, be God. How can I put different price tags on the various appearances of God? For the I AM in me is God. Thus I only judge myself by judging God. God is Pure Being, therefore innocent and so am I. Now I look 'out' into the mirror of Creation and see but myself and that is innocent, hence all of equal value. If witnessing destructive or discordant energy, I do not have to condone it, but I evaluate it as of equal worth to any other expression of Life.
    Any experience, no matter how fearful it seems, when seen as of equal validity to any other manifestation, faced and embraced as of equal right to be, shall unify and thus release this fear in to the All-There-Is. This way it shall never manifest.

Peter Erbe

Source: God I Am: From Tragic to Magic, Pages: 154 & 155

Contributed by: Nara-Narayana

A Quote by Aldous Leonard Huxley on total acceptance, self-knowledge, ending of sorrow, blessed experience, buddha, god, christ, and i am

Nobody needs to go anywhere else. We are all, if we only knew it, already there. If I only know who in fact I am, I should cease to behave as what I think I am; and if I stopped behaving as what I think I am, I should know who I am.
What in fact I am, if only Manichee I think I am would allow me to know it, is the reconciliation of yes and no lived out in total acceptance and the blessed experience of Not-Two.
In religion all words are dirty words. Anybody who gets eloquent about Buddha, or God, or Christ, ought to have his mouth washed out with carbolic soup. Because his aspiration to perpetuate only the "yes" in every pair of opposites can never, in the nature of things, be realized, the insulated Manichee I think I am condemns himself to endlessly repeated frustration, endlessly repeated conflicts with other sspiring and frustrated Manichees.
Conflicts and frustrations--the theme of all history and almost all biography. "I show you sorrow," said the Buddha realistically. But he also showed the ending of sorrow--self-knowledge, total acceptance, the blessed experience of Not-Two

Aldous Huxley (1894 - 1963)

Source: Island (Perennial Classics), Pages: 40..41

Contributed by: Nara-Narayana

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