"Consciousness is way beyond words - and way beyond that. It lies on a snow capped mountain peak and a dark smoky cavern; the edge of the clouds and the center of gravity; on a delivery bed and on a deathbed - a child who speaks his first breath and a man who takes his last in a way that echoes the riddle of the sphinx. Consciousness is the mirror to your Soul."
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"In all of the goodness that we want for ourselves, does it ever occur to us how to be a good person? The kind of person with ethics? The kind of person who exercises kindness. Compassion. Care. A cultivator of peace and good will.
Living the good life is living our highest selves. Living to make a difference in what we do and how we do it. Putting a gentle touch on our relationships, finding the silver lining in others clouds and making sure that all of our actions are acts of love."
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"Love can smite us to our knees - knock us off our feet - drive us out of our head and send us to our grave in one fell swoop. It has it’s hand in every part of nature. If it weren’t for the power of love, we wouldn’t be here.
We were born from the black coal of darkness into the white light of love. Love travels a long journey to find us - through hell and high water - through icy blizzards and scorching deserts. It wants to be with us. It wants to become us. We are the only ones stopping it."
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"Meditation is not just about thoughts; it is about being aware of our inner and outer worlds simultaneously. In essence, venturing outside of our heads to explore consciousness beyond the physical universe - and most important - to control our breathing. Meditation solidifies the connection between mind, body and spirit - between consciousness and unconsciousness."
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"Change is many things including the ability to say, “I don’t like this anymore,” or “This doesn’t work for me.” We may not realize it, but saying those things means that we have changed."
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"It is in thinking for ourselves that we learn to engage in the exchange of information, the process of sharpening our mental utensils and preparing to gormandize the banquet of cogitation.
Thinking is the ability to chew and swallow, accept and reject what is presented and cogently argue a point while ascertaining our relation to that thought.
It’s the synergy of conception that makes us think. If we can’t meet a thought on common ground then we have missed the point."
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"People who are blunt are to the point, yet a blunt knife has no point."
"Imagine what we can do if we didn’t limit our abilities to grow? When we are aligned to our nature, we are able to augment our environment. While we shouldn’t spread ourselves too thin, we should spread out and find that which makes us happy. That activity which etches a smile on our days."
Read more in...Koi Meets World
"Take five minutes for yourself everyday to contemplate your life, reflect your thoughts and contribute to the world. Think of what you can give and what you can do to improve your relationships, hone your people skills and operate on your deepest plane. Those five minutes could teach you the difference between “I” and “we,” and that there really is no difference between “you” and “me.”"
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"I question the need to peer into other people’s lives and rip them apart. People seem to take great pleasure is seeing someone fall and less in watching them get up."
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