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ॐ- Spirituality - Enlightenment - Mysticism ॐ-

I know I’ve reblogged the quote before but the graphic with it is just too cool!



ॐ- Spirituality - Enlightenment - Mysticism ॐ-

I know I’ve reblogged the quote before but the graphic with it is just too cool!

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April 14, 2014 @ 7:53 PM 390 notes

“To the mind that is still, the whole universe surrenders.”

Lao Tzu (via seedsofwisdom)

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April 14, 2014 @ 7:48 PM 67 notes

Problems will always exist where the activities of the self are dominant.

To be aware which are and which are not the activities of the self needs constant vigilance.

This vigilance is not disciplined attention, but an extensive awareness which is choiceless. Disciplined attention gives strength to the self; it becomes a substitute and a dependence.

Awareness, on the other hand, is not self-induced, nor is it the outcome of practice; it is understanding the whole content of the problem, the hidden as well as the superficial.

The surface must be understood for the hidden to show itself; the hidden cannot be exposed if the surface mind is not quiet.

J Krishnamurti

April 3, 2014 @ 5:47 PM

What is meditation?

The end of meditation is meditation itself. The search for something through and beyond meditation is end-gaining; and that which is gained is again lost. Seeking a result is the continuation of self-projection; result, however lofty, is the projection ofdesire. Meditation as a means to arrive, to gain, to discover, only gives strength to the meditator.

The meditator is the meditation; meditation is the understanding of the meditator.

- Krishnamurti, Commentaries on Living Series I Chapter 61 The Desire for Bliss

March 26, 2014 @ 6:59 PM

Meditation, along that quiet and deserted road came like a soft rain over the hills; it came as easily and naturally as the coming night. There was no effort of any kind and no control with its concentrations and distractions; there was no order and pursuit; no denial or acceptance nor any continuity of memory in meditation.

The brain was aware of its environment but quiet without response, uninfluenced but recognizing without responding. It was very quiet and words had faded with thought. There was that strange energy, call it by any other name, it has no importance whatsoever, deeply active, without object and purpose; it was creation, without the canvas and the marble, and destructive; it was not the thing of human brain, of expression and decay.

It was not approachable, to be classified and analysed, and thought and feeling are not the instruments of its comprehension. It was completely unrelated to everything and totally alone in its vastness and immensity. And walking along that darkening road, there was the ecstasy of the impossible, not of achievement, arriving, success and all those immature demands and responses, but the aloneness of the impossible.

The possible is mechanical and the impossible can be envisaged, tried and perhaps achieved which in turn becomes mechanical. But the ecstasy had no cause, no reason. It was simply there, not as an experience but as a fact, not to be accepted or denied, to be argued over and dissected. It was not a thing to be sought after for there is no path to it. Everything has to die for it to be, death, destruction which is love. A poor, worn-out labourer, in torn dirty clothes, was returning home with his bone-thin cow.

Krishnamurti s Notebook Part 6 Madras 3rd Public Talk 29th December 1979

March 21, 2014 @ 3:04 PM

You cannot restore someone to their Connection with Source by belittling them or by punishing them, or by being disgusted with them. It is only through love that you can return anyone to love. And if you do not have a way of returning them to love, they will always be a problem to your society.


March 9, 2014 @ 11:35 PM

So I, (the) me, is confusion, not that I realize I am confusion, or that I have been told that I am confusion, but the fact is: I, as a human being, am in a state of confusion. Right? Any action I do will bring more confusion - right? You understand? So I am in a state of total confusion. And all the struggle to overcome it, suppress it, to be detached, all that is gone - right? I wonder if it has! You see how difficult it is for our minds to be precise in this, to learn about it, to be free to have the leisure to learn. Then what takes place? I am confusion; not I realize I am confusion. You see the difference? I am that. Therefore what has happened? All movement of escapes, suppression, have completely come to an end - right? If it has not, don’t move from there. Be free first of all escapes, of all verbal, symbolic escapes but remain totally with the fact that you are, as a human being, in a state of confusion - right? Then what has taken place? We are two friends talking this over, this is not a group therapy, or any of that nonsense, or psychological analysis. It is not that. Two people talking over together, saying now we have come to that point, logically, rationally, unemotionally, therefore sanely. Because to be sane is the most difficult thing. So we have come to that point: that is I am that. What has taken place in the mind? Right, can we go on from there? 

— Krishnamurti,

J. Krishnamurti Brockwood Park 3rd Public Talk 6th September 1980

March 7, 2014 @ 5:50 PM
March 1, 2014 @ 1:01 AM

A moving and inspiring talk that is worth the 20 minutes to watch about the VALUE of things

February 18, 2014 @ 4:21 PM