Monthly Archives: April, 2011

Prisoners of Our Own Habitual Thinking – Kabir There is a moving story told in the East about thedanger of being prisoners of our own habitual thinking: “While visiting Benares, Kabir always passed by thesame man daily, who was always sitting in his garden. One day, Kabir said to him, ‘Good Sir, instead of merely …

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Be empty of worrying. Think of who created thought! Why do you stay in prison When the door is so wide open? Rumi (via illuminatedbeing)

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The ocean of birth and death” is people’s thoughts. Random thoughts come from nowhere in an instant, occurring and passing away, impossible to stop altogether. The recurring of a thought is “birth,” the passing away of a thought is “death.” In the space of a single day, we are born and die thousands of times, …

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“Look within yourself with the inner eye. The whole expanse inside is replete with the refulgence of the Divine Light.” (Sant Dadu Dayal, the Compassionate Mystic) “Within thine own self, behold the splendor of thy Beloved.” (Sant Tulsi Sahib of Hathras, India) (Source: http://santmat.tumblr.com)

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