Seeing

A Quote by emc2 on blind, love, hate, and seeing

Hate makes you blind, while love makes you see.

David Kam

Contributed by: emc2

A Quote by Elysha on accountability, advaita, adyashanti, apocalypse, authenticity, awakening, awareness, beauty, behaviour, being, bible, biology, bliss, buddha, buddhism, catholic, cessation, changes, christ, christian, clarity, communication, concepts

As you learn to leave alone the activity of unconsciously trying to be the mindbody that you think that you are - the mindbody that this "you" is currently flowing through - and you learn to move as this one that you truly are - this "you" of you; the very heart of existence - steadily, consciously and momentarily, the continuity of the ever deepening of this innermost as it keeps on entering its manifestation, through this mindbody that you find yourself flowing through, allows you to simply bubble in the sheer joy, pleasure, peace, delightfulness and stillness that this "you" of you is.

Elysha

Source: http://www.elysha.org

Contributed by: elysha

A Quote by Mary Summer Rain on womans prophecy, sensing, seeing, opening, and beyond

Yet there are those who wonder.  There are those who have gentle stirrings.  And there are those who have stepped upon the beautiful threshold of awareness - all on the verge of perceiving that which there is to see.  To these ones, I say, open  your exquisite senses.  Look with fine clarity into that which is beyond and beneath, within and without.  In these coming critical times, listen to and heed the directives of your spirits that retain the high wisdom you are just now perceiving.

Mary Summer Rain

Contributed by: pRiMaLeVe

A Quote by Chuang Chou, a.k.a. Chuang Tzu, Chuang Tse Chuang on tao, seeing, hearing, and self-awareness

When I talk about having good hearing, I don't mean just listening, but listening to yourself. When I talk about good eyesight, I don't mean just looking, but looking at yourself.

Chuang Tzu (c.360 BC - c. 275 BC)

Source: The Book of Chuang Tzu (Arkana S.), Pages: 70

Contributed by: Jessica

A Quote by Chuang Chou, a.k.a. Chuang Tzu, Chuang Tse Chuang on tao, seeing, and self-awareness

The fact is that those who do not see themselves but who see others, who fail to grasp of themselves but who grasp others, take possession of what others have but fail to possess themselves. they are attracted to what others enjoy but fail to find enjoyment in themselves.

Chuang Tzu (c.360 BC - c. 275 BC)

Source: The Book of Chuang Tzu (Arkana S.), Pages: 70

Contributed by: Jessica

A Quote by Fictional Character in Uru on knowing, seeing, and understanding

i know a little but i only think i know more
i see a little but i only think i see more
i understand a little but i only think i understand more

i seek a little and i know i will find more

i can never know see and understand
i can only ever know see and understand more

Phil Henderson

Source: In the journal of Phil Henderson in Uru

Contributed by: Clint

A Quote by Philip Graham on father, blind, and seeing

(I) wondered how my father could have such eyes and be so blind.  I hated to consider it, but maybe he had no seeing left for us.

Philip Graham

Source: How to Read an Unwritten Language

Contributed by: Kimpossible

A Quote by Carlos Castaneda on controlled folly, action, man of knowledge, and seeing

"I told you once that our lot as men is to learn, for good or bad," he said.  "I have learned to see and I tell you that nothing really matters; now it is your turn; perhaps someday you will see and you will know then whether things matter or not.  For me nothing matters, but perhaps for you everything will.  You should know by now that a man of knowledge lives by acting, not by thinking about acting, nor by thinking about what he will think when he has finished acting.  A man of knowledge chooses a path with heart and follows it; and then he looks and rejoices and laughs; and then he sees and he knows.  He knows that his life will be over altogether too soon;  he knows that he, as well as everybody else, is not going anywhere; he knows, because he sees, that nothing is more important than anything else.  In other words, a man of knowledge has no honor, no dignity, no family, no name, no country, but only life to be lived, and under these circumstances his only tie to his fellow men is his controlled folly.  Thus a man of knowledge endeavors, and sweats, and puffs, and if one looks at him he is just like any ordinary man, except that the folly of his life is under control.  Nothing being more important than anything else, a man of knowledge chooses any act, and acts it out as if it matters to him.  His controlled folly makes him say that what he does matters and makes him act as if it did, and yet he knows that it doesn't; so when he fulfills his acts he retreats in peace, and whether his acts were good or bad, or worked or didn't, is in no way part of his concern.  A man of knowledge may choose, on the other hand, to remain totally impassive and never act, and behave as if to be impassive really matters to him; he will be rightfully true at that too, because that would also be his controlled folly."

Carlos Castaneda (1931 -)

Source: A Seperate Reality, Pages: 85

Contributed by: HeyOK

A Quote by Willa Sibert Cather on miracles, healing, perception, hearing, and seeing

Miracles rest not so much upon healing power coming suddenly near us from afar, but upon our perceptions being made finer, so that for the moment our eyes can see and our ears can hear what has been there around us always.

Willa Cather (1873 - 1947)

Contributed by: Kaleidoscope Eyes

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