by Adyashanti: One of the reasons I have people meditate is because I think of it as truth time.
by Adyashanti: The fully open heart rests in sweet unknowingness, safe in its own embrace, rushing to meet its own perceived need that dissolves in the grace swallowing it.
by Tom Stine: I strongly urge all of you to read Who Hears This Sound? Adyashanti On Waking Up From The Dream Of “Me” published a few years ago in The Sun magazine.
by Adyashanti: To discover our autonomy is the most challenging thing a human being can do.
by Adyashanti: Look around you; there is only one reality. The reason that you are here, wherever here is for you, is because it is the only place that you can be right now.
by Ed and Deb Shapiro: We’ve all had times when we say yes to someone but really want to say no.
1. “There’s a reason you can learn from everything: you have basic wisdom, basic intelligence, and basic goodness.” 2. “A further sign of health is that we don’t become undone by fear and trembling, but we take it as a message that it’s time to stop struggling and look directly at what’s threatening us.” 3. […]
At her cover shoot for the November issue, Marianne Williamson – best-selling author and spiritual philosopher – explains why taking time each morning for self-reflection is a better way to start your day
by Wayne W. Dyer, Ph.D.: I am pleased to offer you the opportunity to meditate to the same divine sounds that I use every single day of my life. I discovered these sensational sounds while doing research for my book Wishes Fulfilled, which places a strong emphasis on the significance of the words “I am that I […]
by Ed and Deb Shapiro: There is lots of fear-mongering going on. Fingers are being pointed. Rage is being tossed around.