Tao Te Ching

Tao Te Ching

“When you merge with the Universe,
the whole world is attracted to you,
discovering through you
its own security, peace and good health.”
—Tao Te Ching, v. 35

The Thinker

The Thinker

The thinker is the psychological entity who has accumulated experience as knowledge; he is the time-bound centre that is the result of ever-changing environmental influence, and from this centre he looks, he listens, he experiences. As long as one does not understand the structure and the anatomy of this centre, there must always be conflict, and a mind in conflict cannot possibly understand the depth and the beauty of meditation.

In meditation there can be no thinker, which means that thought must come to an end—the thought which is urged forward by the desire to achieve a result. Meditation has nothing to do with achieving a result. It is not a matter of breathing in a particular way, or looking at your nose, or awakening the power to perform certain tricks, or any of the rest of that immature nonsense. … Meditation is not something apart from life. When you are driving a car or sitting in a bus, when you are chatting aimlessly, when you are walking by yourself in a wood or watching a butterfly being carried along by the wind—to be choicelessly aware of all that is part of meditation.

Krishnamurti

Complete Already

Complete Already

“On a deeper level you are already complete. When you realise that, there is a joyous energy behind what you do.” – Eckhart Tolle
The Message of Love

The Message of Love

” I go into my heart, like into a room, and I sit and talk to whoever, and whatever energies involved, and I see the things I want fixed or healed, done, and then I enjoy the feeling of having all these things healed.  Our loving hearts are the key.  I promise you, they want us to be confused and baffled and startled and horrified.  It makes us weak, and takes our minds off love, and distracts us from our powerful creative forces.  The darkness gets more of our power, every moment that we think about them and their terrible behavior.  It is very powerful to laugh at their fear of us. Laughing at them is potent. ” – Eileen Lynn