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


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A Quote by Ibrahim Kekec on self realization, identity, reality, and idea

Help your true inner identity come true. If there is a single reality in this world. I strongly believe in the idea that it is within us. Do not go too far away to find it. It can really be nearer than you thought.

Ibrahim Kekec

Source: Me

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A Quote by Mr. on reality, truth, perception, perspective, framework, and mr prophet


Although there is a universal reality and a universal truth, individual reality and individual truth are merely manipulations you create for yourself out of the data that you choose. True, the data that flows towards any individual is incomplete and each individual builds their reality and truth frameworks from that incomplete data.

Mr. Prophet

Source: Mr. Prophet

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A Quote by James Taylor on music, pictures, and reality

I don't want to sound too cosmic or anything... but I think that music is a spiritual experience. ...  Music is true.  An octave is a mathematical reality.  So is a 5th.  So is a major 7th cord.  And I have the feeling that these have emotional meanings to us, not only because we're taught that a major 7th is warm and fuzzy and a diminished is sort of threatening and dark, but also because they actually do have these meanings.  It's almost like it's a language that's not a matter of our choosing.  It's a truth.  The laws of physics apply to music, and music follows that.  So it really lifts us out of this subjective, opinionated human position and drops us into the cosmic picture just like that.

James Taylor (1948 -)

Source: Performing Songwriter, May 2002

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A Quote by Tupac Shakur on reality


You got to find a way to survive, because they win when you soul dies.

Tupac Shakur

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A Quote by Henry David Thoreau on light, nature, reality, and winter

We sleep, and at length awake to the still reality of a winter morning.  The snow lies warm as cotton or down upon the window-sill; the broadened sash and frosted panes admit a dim and private light, which enhances the snug cheer within.  The stillness of the morning is impressive...  From the eaves and fences hang stalactites of snow, and in the yard stand stalagmites covering some concealed core.  The trees and shrubs rear white arms to the sky on every side; and where were walls and fences we see fantastic forms stretching in the frolic gambols across the dusky landscape, as if nature had strewn her fresh designs over the fields by night as models for man's art.

Henry David Thoreau (1817 - 1862)

Source: Excursions

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A Quote by Abraham Hicks on ownership, vision, reality, and want

You have sole ownership of your vision. And the Universe will give you what
you want within your vision. What happens with most people is that they
muddy their vision with "reality". Their vision becomes full of not only
what they want but what everybody else thinks about what they want, too.
Your work is to clarify and purify your vision so that the vibration that
you are offering can then be answered. 

Abraham Hicks

Source: Excerpted from a workshop in Boston, MA on Sunday, October 11th, 1998

Contributed by: Anita

A Quote by Karlfried Graf Dürckheim on truth, reality, ego, self, relationships, and humaity

"For us in the West, it is more important that a new worldly form should emerge from true nature and witness to Being...than that the ego should dissolve in true nature and in Being"

Karlfried Karlfried Dürckheim

Source: Karlfried Graf Dürckheim

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A Quote by Simone Weil on evil, imaginary, good, and reality

Imaginary evil is romantic and varied; real evil is gloomy, monotonous, barren, boring. Imaginary good is boring; real good is always new, marvelous, intoxicating.

Simone Weil (1909 - 1943)

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A Quote by Adi Da Samraj on egolessness, reality, truth, and education

There are two most fundamental Great Principles in Reality Itself that are relevant and most essential for humankind.

The First Great Principle in Reality Itself is intrinsic egolessness (or no-"self").

The Second Great Principle in Reality Itself is subordinate only to the First Great Principle in Reality Itself.

The Second Great Principle in Reality Itself is prior unity (or no-"difference").

Adi Da Samraj

Source: Adi Da Samraj, Zero-Point Education, Not-Two IS Peace,

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