true nature

A Quote by Adyashanti on awakening, dreaming, seeking, life, and true nature

Now don't think that awakening is the end. Awakening is the end of seeking, the end of the seeker, but it is the beginning of a life lived from your true nature.


Source: Emptiness Dancing, Pages: 2

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by Adyashanti on heart, true nature, love, life, and acceptance

The true heart of all human beings is the lover of what is.


Source: Emptiness Dancing, Pages: 79

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by Adyashanti on beautiful, truth, authentic, self, and true nature

What am I, really? The beautiful thing…is nobody can tell us what we are. Nobody can really tell us. Not in a way that’s going to be satisfactory to us. Our true nature is self-authenticating. When we bump into our true nature, it authenticates itself. Something inside us knows. This…is what has been sought for, longed for, looked for. This is it. Usually, it’s not what we expected…


Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by Mr. on animals, sense, true nature, animal sense, sensitivity, and mr prophet


Animals have a way of sensing your true nature and often respond accordingly.

Mr. Prophet

Source: Mr. Prophet

Contributed by: Mr.

A Quote by Mechtild of Magdeburg on mechtild of magdeburg, fire of creation, true nature, and oneness with god

"In the fire of creation, gold does not vanish; the fire brightens.  Each creature God made must live in its own true nature; how could I resist my nature, that lives for oneness with God?" 

Mechtild of Magdeburg

Source: "Divine Sparks: Collected Wisdom of the Heart" by Karen Speerstra, pg. 313

Contributed by: Kerrylee

A Quote by Eckhart Tolle on allowing, true nature, and god

Through allowing, you become what you are; vast, spacious. You become whole. You are not a fragment anymore, which is how the ego perceives itself. Your true nature emerges, which is one with the nature of God

Eckhart Tolle

Contributed by: onedrop

A Quote by julie sarah powell on realizing, beauty, true nature, peace, relaxation, core, being, naturally, beautiful, simple, lifestyle, openhandedly, divine, heart, meditation, no self, self-realization, and beyond self

The real beauty of realizing your true nature is in the freshness,
peace and deep bodily relaxation which touches to the core of
your being, flows into your everyday life and bursts forth naturally
into blossoming from within itself. Without you 'doing' a thing
about any of it.

This is a beautiful and simple change of lifestyle.
A lifestyle of letting go and living openhandedly, curled
up in the sunlit warmth on the lap of
the Divine (your heart)

julie sarah powell


Contributed by: jai

A Quote by Suzanne Segal on spiritual practice, belief, enlightenment, true nature, fear, awareness, consciousness, collision with the infinite, beyond self, no self, self realization, julie sarah powell, and bernadette roberts


Behind most spiritual practices is the belief that you have to get someplace you're not- a destination called realization or enlightenment. But realization isn't someplace else; it's the naturally occurring human state. It doesn't belong to anybody. It's who we all are. Spiritual practices also set up many pictures of what this state looks like. For example, when I described how much fear was present, people told me the fear meant that something must be wrong, because fear was an indication that I wasn't in the proper state. But fear is just what it is, and it's there too in the vastness of who we are.

Suzanne Segal

Source: Suzanne Segal from Collision with the Infinite p159

Contributed by: jai

A Quote by julie sarah powell on oneness, life, no self, mind, simple, down to earth, self realisation, true nature, bernadette roberts, and ramana maharshi

Seeing the oneness of life, and experiencing this with no Self in the way to distort it, is so very different to how the mind tries to project it. The mind literally has no idea how it truly is from an experiential perspective. Itis always so much more simple and down-to-earth than the mind could ever imagine or comprehend.

julie sarah powell


Contributed by: jai

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