realization

A Quote by unknown on wisdom, vision, realization, and empowerment

If we can't see it; we won't be it.

unknown

Source: Dr Twinkie Esq

Contributed by: Craig Sones Cornell

A Quote by unknown on happiness, life, and realization

Before it's too late, appreciate the person in front of you and then you'll realize that happiness is just beside you all along.

unknown

Source: my journal

Contributed by: Tiffy

A Quote by Chogyal Namkhai Norbu on realization, knowledge, experience, and nature

"Realization is not knowledge about the universe, but the living experience of the nature of the universe."

Chogyal Namkhai Norbu

Source: The Crystal And The Way Of Light

Contributed by: starlight

A Quote by Adi Da Samraj on realization and awakening

Reality Itself is a Revelation of What Is.  It is inherently egoless and of a Transcendental Spiritual Nature.  It can be given directly, but it cannot be achieved as a result of any effort whatsoever.  It can only be Directly Revealed, and thereupon Realized.  No answers to your questions, no techniques that could be Spoken or practiced by you are relevant to this Realization.  Realization is simply about Awakening to That Which Is Always Already the Case As It Is--not ideas about It, not to a practice of inverting on It somehow--just As It Is now.  This is counter to every egoic impulse--not what 'you' are about--but senior to them.  Your 'self' as currently identified is the only obstruction to this Realization, which is much more than mental recognition.  To dream without fear--that is the Attraction fully surrendered to.

Adi Da Samraj

Source: Avataric Discourse

Contributed by: tom b

A Quote by Adi Da Samraj on realization and awakening

Reality Itself is a Revelation of What Is.  It is inherently egoless and of a Transcendental Spiritual Nature.  It can be given directly, but it cannot be achieved as a result of any effort whatsoever.  It can only be Directly Revealed, and thereupon Realized.  No answers to your questions, no techniques that could be Spoken or practiced by you are relevant to this Realization.  Realization is simply about Awakening to That Which Is Always Already the Case As It Is--not ideas about It, not to a practice of inverting on It somehow--just As It Is now.  This is counter to every egoic impulse--not what 'you' are about--but senior to them.  Your 'self' as currently identified is the only obstruction to this Realization, which is much more than mental recognition.  To dream without fear--that is the Attraction fully surrendered to.

Adi Da Samraj

Source: Avataric Discourse

Contributed by: tom b

A Quote by Bernadette Roberts on higher self, lower self, ego, goal, realization, realized, self-realized, unitive, god, eternity, doubt, truth, no self, beyond self, mind, christian, christianity, christ, and religion

 

Whoever was responsible for the idea of dividing self into lower and higher parts committed a serious crime against humanity. This division has given rise to the notion that the lower (ego and immature) self must be overcome while the higher (unitive and whole) self must be sought as the goal of human realization. Out of ignorance, I too clung to this notion because I believed it was this higher self that would be united with God for all eternity. It took a long time before my experiences led me to doubt this conviction and, at the same time, let in the possibility that this was not the whole truth and that there was still further to go.

Bernadette Roberts

Source: Bernadette Roberts: the Experience of no-self p 154

Contributed by: jai

A Quote by julie sarah powell on true, realization, knowledge, mind, no self, self realisation, bernadette roberts, and ramana maharshi

True realization brings you to the point where you see that you don't know a thing. That you literally cannot know anything, because all knowledge is from the mind and is therefore garbage.

julie sarah powell

Source: http://www.beyondselfnow.com/distorted.html

Contributed by: jai

A Quote by Tiffany Carr on truth, solitude, life, reality, and realization

"Sometimes truth has to stand alone in order to be recognized and realized as being Truth."

Tiffany Carr

Source: Self

Contributed by: Tiffany

A Quote by U.G. Krishnamurti on u g, krishnamurti, understanding, question, search, realization, and language

You know, this dialogue is only helpful when we come, both of us, to a point and realize that no dialogue is possible, that no dialogue is necessary. When I say 'understanding', 'seeing', they mean something different to me. Understanding is a state of being where the question isn't there any more; there is nothing there that says "now I understand!" -- that's the basic difficulty between us. By understanding what I am saying, you are not going to get anywhere.

U.G. Krishnamurti

Source: The Mystique of Enlightenment

Contributed by: Nalini

A Quote by U.G. Krishnamurti on u g, krishnamurti, understanding, questions, search, realization, language, seeker, and answers

The questioner has to come to an end.  It is the questioner that creates the answer; and the questioner comes into being from the answer, otherwise there is no questioner.

U.G. Krishnamurti

Source: The Mystique of Enlightenment

Contributed by: Nalini

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