When we read spiritual quotes, blogs, and books, it is easy to fall into the habit of just reading the words. A suggestion would be to assume the position as the speaker or writer of those words. What recognition would allow these words to reflect our direct experience? This approach brings the words immediately to Life. When we are open to the transmission of Truth being expounded, we directly experience Truth.
Try right now with your favorite spiritual quote and experience Truth as the author intended.
A few we suggest:
“There’s never been a single thing; Then where’s defiling dust to cling? ~ Hui Neng
“Be still and know I am God.” ~ Psalm 46:10
“The perceived cannot perceive.” ~ Huang Po
“You really are, already, and always, Home.” ~ Sharon Landrith
“The greatest obstacle to enlightenment is getting past your delusion that you are not already enlightened.” ~ Ramana Maharishi
“The biggest barrier to awakening is the belief that it is something rare.” ~ Adyashanti
“Do I contradict myself? Very well then I contradict myself, (I am large, I contain multitudes). Be curious, not judgmental. And your very flesh shall be a great poem.” ~ Walt Whitman
“If I could give you only one advice, I would say: Don’t identify with anything. Be completely empty – no one. Be no-body and see if you lose anything but delusion.” ~ Mooji
“If you imagine yourself as separate from the world, the world will appear as separate from you and you will experience desire and fear. I do not see the world as separate from me and so there is nothing for me to desire, or fear.” ~ Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
“The mind may accept or deny that you are awareness, but either way it can’t really understand. It cannot comprehend. Thought cannot comprehend what is beyond thought.” ~ Adyashanti
Recognize as Consciousness you are the author of these quotes and be Free.