nonduality

A Quote by Chuck Hillig on illusion, enlightenment, advaita, self, no self, and nonduality

The world is not the illusion. It's you who are the illusion.

Chuck Hillig

Source: Seeds For The Soul

Contributed by: Senlin

A Quote by Jean Pierre Gomez on nonduality, enlightenment, reality, and self

There is no becoming anything. Everybody is already the Self, He, the Reality. There is no spiritual goal or anything religious to be found.

Jean Pierre Gomez

Source: www.you-are-that.com

Contributed by: Senlin

A Quote by Don Miguel Ruiz on shamanism, nonduality, and light

"'Eveything is made of light,' he said, 'and the space between isn't empty.'"

Don Miguel Ruiz

Source: The Four Agreements

Contributed by: Senlin

A Quote by unknown on nonduality, enlightenment, life, and wisdom

The best way to avoid eternity is to seek it.

unknown

Contributed by: maria2rhiannon

A Quote by James on philosophy, nonduality, enlightenment, poetry, wisdom, art, and spirituality

One thinks of a Whitman, Emerson, Thoreau, or Dickenson, not as engineers hard-pressed to reverse-engineer existence, but rather deeply contemplative and sensual individuals who wanted nothing more than to savor and celebrate the intricate flavors of, and their curiosity toward, existence.

James Corrigan

Source: An Introduction to Awareness

Contributed by: maria2rhiannon

A Quote by Bart Marshall on nonduality, enlightenment, life, and wisdom

Don't waste time polishing the turd. It doesn't hold truth and it won't take a shine.

Bart Marshall

Contributed by: maria2rhiannon

A Quote by Emo Phillips on suffering and nonduality

The question is absurd: when you ask, 'If God is both all good and all powerful, why then does He allow suffering?', what you are really asking is, 'If God is both all good and all powerful, why then can He not make me (the questioner) -- who is just as much a part of a universe in which there is suffering as is any other part -- be at the same time the exact same questioner, but one who is now part and parcel of a universe in which there is no suffering?' Which, reduced down, is the same thing as asking, 'Why can there not be, at the same time, X and the preclusion of X?'

Emo Phillips

Source: http://www.emophilips.com/by/241

Contributed by: Keith

A Quote by Baba Ram Dass on honor, universe, love, light, truth, peace, you, me, us, nonduality, namaste, and ram dass

 “I  honor the place in you

where the entire Universe resides.

 I honor the place

of love, of light, of truth, of peace.  

I honor the place within you where

if you are in that place in you,

and I am in that place in me,

there is only one of us.”

 



on the meaning of ‘namaste’

Ram Dass

Contributed by: Blue ~:~

A Quote by Ken Wilber on zen master, nonduality, bell, and i

Like a famous Zen Master said when he got his enlightenment, "When I heard the bell ring, suddenly there was no 'I' and no 'bell,' just the ringing."

Ken Wilber

Source: Grace and Grit : Spirituality and Healing in the Life and Death of Treya Killam Wilber

Contributed by: ~Matthew

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