6. “Art is unquestionably one of the purest and highest elements in human happiness. It trains the mind through the eye, and the eye through the mind. As the sun colors flowers, so does art color life.” – John Lubbock

7. “With me, illusions are bound to be shattered. I am here to shatter all illusions. Yes, it will irritate you, it will annoy you – that’s my way of functioning and working. I will sabotage you from your very roots! Unless you are totally destroyed as a mind, there is no hope for you.” –

8. “… the past gives you an identity and the future holds the promise of salvation, of fulfillment in whatever form. Both are illusions.” –

9. “For a seed to achieve its greatest expression, it must come completely undone. The shell cracks, its insides come out and everything changes. To someone who doesn’t , it would look like complete destruction.” – Cynthia Occelli

10. “The true value of a human being can be found in the degree to which he has attained liberation from the self.” –

11. “Enlightenment is ego’s ultimate disappointment.” – Chögyam Trungpa

12. “Your own self-realization is the greatest service you can render the world.” – Ramana Maharshi

13. “You are never alone. You are eternally connected with everyone.” – Amit Ray

14. “There is where there is much light.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

15. “The road to enlightenment is long and difficult, and you should try not to forget snacks and magazines.” –

16. “Your greatest awakening comes, when you are aware about your infinite nature.” – Amit Ray

17. “Do not look for happiness outside yourself. The awakened seek happiness inside.” – Peter Deunov

18. “Live simply. Deepest joy is like a flower – beautiful in essence.” – Tony Samara

19. “One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious. The latter procedure, however, is disagreeable and therefore not popular.” – C.G. Jung

20. “Feel nothing, know nothing, do nothing, have nothing, give up all to God, and say utterly, ‘Thy will be done.’ We only dream this bondage. Wake up and let it go.” – Swami Vivekananda

21. “The true definition of mental illness is when the majority of your time is spent in the past or future, but rarely living in the realism of now.” – Shannon L. Alder

22. “When you dig a well, there’s no sign of water until you reach it, only rocks and dirt to move out of the way. You have removed enough; soon the pure water will flow,” said .” – Deepak Chopra

23. “In his face there came to be a brooding peace that is seen most often in the faces of the very sorrowful or the very wise. But still he wandered through the streets of the town, always silent and alone.” – Carson McCullers

24. “Not thinking about anything is . Once you know this, walking, sitting, or lying down, everything you do is Zen.” – Bodhidharma

25. “The the embodiment of a supernatural and wonderful existence. It is nothing but love and emotion; it is the ‘Living Infinite…” – Jules Verne

26. “Within each of us is a light, awake, encoded in the fibers of our existence. Divine ecstasy is the totality of this marvelous creation experienced in the hearts of humanity” – Tony Samara

27. “My spirit is healthy, yes. But I tell you, my flesh is healthy too. I am enlightened and free, but I am also lustful and carnal.” – C. JoyBell C.

28. “How could they see anything but the shadows if they were never allowed to move their heads?” –

29. “HELLO! Look at me. HELLO! I am so ZEN. This is BLOOD. This is NOTHING. Hello. Everything is nothing, and it’s so cool to be ENLIGHTENED. Like me.” –

30. “Enlightenment means for your life.” – William Blake

31. “An enlightened man had but one duty – to seek the way to himself, to reach inner certainty, to grope his way forward, no matter where it led.” – Hermann Hesse

32. “I’ve learned that opportunities are never lost; someone will take the ones you miss.” – Andy Rooney

33. “To live is not to breathe but to act. It is to make use of our organs, our senses, our faculties, of all the parts of ourselves which give us the sentiment of our existence. The man who has lived the most is not he who has counted the most years but he who has most felt life.” – Jean-Jacques Rousseau

34. “Not till your thoughts cease all their branching here and there, not till you abandon all thoughts of seeking for something, not till your mind is motionless as wood or stone, will you be on the right road to the Gate.” – Huang Po

35. “The best way to obtain truth and wisdom is not to ask from books, but to go to God in , and obtain divine teaching.” – Joseph Smith Jr.

36. “Never allow your ego to diminish your ability to listen.” – Gary Hopkins

37. “A healer’s power stems not from any special ability, but from maintaining the courage and awareness to embody and express the universal healing power that every human being naturally possesses.” – Eric Micha’el Leventhal

38. “The touchstone of everything that can be concluded as a law for a people lies in the question whether the people could have imposed such a law on itself.” –

39. “Enlightenment will be now the beginning, not the end. Beginning of a non-ending process in all dimensions of richness.” – Osho

40. “Enlightenment is its own reward, its own punishment. You begin to see so much more. And so much more sees you.” – Laird Barron

41. “A balanced inner calmness radiates from a peaceful centre. It neither craves others’ approval nor rejects others’ presence. It neither pulls towards nor pushes away. It has a reverent attitude towards life and all its inhabitants.” – Donna Goddard

42. “It is not that we love to be alone, but that we love to soar, and when we do soar, the company grows thinner and thinner until there is none at all. …We are not the less to aim at the summits though the multitude does not ascend them.” – Henry David Thoreau

43. “What drains your spirit drains your body. What fuels your spirit fuels your body.” – Carolyn Myss

44. “The closer you come to knowing that you alone create the world of your experience, the more vital it becomes for you to discover just who is doing the creating.” – Eric Micha’el Leventhal

45. “I feel that the essence of dance is the expression of man–the landscape of his soul. I hope that every dance I do reveals something of myself or some wonderful thing a human can be.” – Martha Graham

46. “Everyone has the fire, but the champions know when to ignite the spark.” – Amit Ray

47. “Suffering just means you’re having a bad dream. Happiness means you’re having a good dream. Enlightenment means getting out of the dream altogether.” – Jed McKenna

48. “All descriptions of reality are temporary hypotheses.” – Siddhārtha Gautama

49. “You can’t love your mother or father if you don’t also have the capacity to grieve their deaths and, perhaps even more so, grieve parts of their lives.” – Glenn Beck

50. “Nobody makes anybody enlightened. Just tell them what you want to say, then let them decide for themselves.” – Toba Beta

51. “While we encounter people and intuit their thoughts, and hear their words, we construe and interpret what we perceive. In that way, perception can become enlightenment and recognition.” – Erik Pevernagie

52. “Only courageous hearts can endure the bitterness of truth.” – Michael Bassey Johnson

53. “I did not tell Fat this, but technically he had become a Buddha. It did not seem to me like a good idea to let him know. After all, if you are a Buddha you should be able to figure it out for yourself.” – Philip K. Dick

54. “The world demands I make good choices on no information, and then blames , as if my maidenhood were responsible for my ignorance. Ignorance is not stupidity, but it might as well be. And I do not like feeling stupid.” – Lois McMaster Bujold

55. “Perhaps one day, all these conflicts will end, and it won’t be because of great statesmen or churches or organisations like this one. It’ll be because people have changed. They’ll be like you, Puffin. More a mixture. So why not become a mongrel? It’s healthy.” – Kazuo Ishiguro

56. “Whoever sees me sees the teaching, and whoever sees the teaching sees me.” – Siddhārtha Gautama

57. “It is my sincere desire that my research and hard work will help create a world where we all learn to walk this Earth, safe, enlightened and free from the perils of cruelty, ignorance, and all the other dark and sinister forces, which make assholes possible.” – Alexei Maxim Russell

58. “Remember your connection with the cosmos. Remember your connection with the infinity and that remembrance will give you the freedom.” – Amit Ray

59. “You are not limited to this body, to this mind, or to this reality – you are of Consciousness, imbued with infinite potential. You are existence itself.” – Joseph P. Kauffman

60. “If you would listen, sir, in the sense of being aware of your conflicts and contradictions without forcing them into any particular pattern of thought, perhaps they might altogether cease.” – Jiddu Krishnamurti

61. “What should I do – how should I act now, this very day… What she would resolve to do that day did not yet seem quite clear, but something that she could achieve stirred her as with an approaching murmur which would soon gather distinctness.” – George Eliot

62. “Enlightenment isn’t when you go there; it’s when there comes here.” – Jed McKenna

63. “Raise you awareness and share your uniqueness to the world.” – Amit Ray

64. “Do not give them a candle to light the way, teach them how to . That is the meaning of enlightenment.” – Kamand Kojouri

65. “Enlightenment is the complete flowering of body, mind and the soul.” – Amit Ray

66. “Whenever you read a good book, somewhere in the world a door opens to allow in more light.” – Vera Nazarian

67. “Enlightenment must come little by little – otherwise it would overwhelm.” – Idries Shah

68. “Always try and be a better person than you were yesterday, cause we aren’t guaranteed tomorrow.” – Tina A. Morgan

69. “Everything transitory is but an image.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

70. “Enlightenment is: absolute cooperation with the inevitable.” – Anthony de Mello

71. “The best kind of happiness is a habit you’re passionate about.” – Shannon L. Alder

72. “Knowing others is Wisdom, knowing yourself is Enlightenment” – Lao Tzu

73. “Education leads to enlightenment. Enlightenment opens the way to empathy. foreshadows reform.” – Derrick A. Bell

74. “Practice kindness all day to everybody and you will realize you’re already in heaven now.” –

75. “Just remember this, my girl, when you you can see the stars and still not see the light.” – Jack Tempchin

76. “When we zoom freely into the ‘now’ and surrender readily to a liberating emptiness, we can be instantly overwhelmed by creative surging strength and a flash of enlightenment, expelling the cloudy specters blurring our minds.” – Erik Pevernagie

77. “Enlightenment is not a goal to be attained, it is a state-of-being to be regained.” – Kim Chestney

78. “Bringing to light what had been hidden in darkness should not overwhelm you, but EDUCATE you.” – Solange nicole

79. “What can oppose the decline of the west is not a resurrected culture but the utopia that is silently contained in the image of its decline.” – Theodor W. Adorno

80. “I was wedded to all the stars of the sky.There was not a single star left, and I married every one of them with great spiritual pleasure. Then I married the moon.” – Ibn Arabi

81. “Sooner or later on this journey, every traveller faces the same question: Are you a human intending to be a god, or a god pretending to be human?” – Eric Micha’el Leventhal

82. “The things that come to us easily, our propensities, are carried on a deep subconscious level into our next life. There are no coincidences.” – Raquel Cepeda

83. “Vulnerability is the least celebrated emotion in our society” – Mohadesa Najumi

84. “We do not learn for the benefit of anyone, we learn to unlearn ignorance.” – Michael Bassey Johnson

85. “Wisdom comes alone through suffering.” – Aeschylus

86. “I have said: “Blow out the lamp! Day is here!” And you keep saying: “Give me a lamp so I can find the day.” – Frank Herbert

87. “I’m sorry. This is diary, not enlightenment.” – Maryse Holder

88. “But people of the deepest understanding look within, distracted by nothing. Since a clear mind is the Buddha, they attain the understanding of a Buddha without using the mind.” – Bodhidharma

89. “There are those who know and those who don’t know. And for every ten thousand who don’t know there’s only one who knows. That’s the miracle of all time – the fact that these millions know so much but don’t know this.” – Carson McCullers

90. “Memories are of the ethereal, and not the material world, that is how I know I am forever.” – Michael Poeltl

91. “We think a wise person is someone who solves problems. Truth is, a wise person is someone who avoids problems.” – Prem Rawat

92. “Collaboration has no hierarchy. The Sun collaborates with soil to bring flowers on the earth.” – Amit Ray

93. “, when we hear the crescendo building, suddenly if the music stops, we begin to hear the silence as part of the music.” – Chögyam Trungpa

94. “It’s ever been the way of the man of science or philosophy. Most folks stay in the dark and then complain they can’t see nothing.” – Ron Rash

95. “The Stone of Guilt in the River of the Mind, the block in the flow of intelligence.” – Paramahamsa Nithyananda

96. “Never put yourself in a position to be made an example of.” – Gary Hopkins

97. “Even if you have not awakened, if you realize that your perceptions and activities are all like dreams and you view them with detachment, not giving rise to grasping and rejecting discrimination, then this is virtually tantamount to awakening from the dream.” – Muso Kokushi

98. “The less you know, the more you will be known The less you want, the more you will have The less you are, the more you will be” – Vivian Amis

99. “It [enlightenment] has not come to you by means of teaching! And-thus is my thought, oh exalted one, nobody will obtain salvation by means of teachings!” – Hermann Hesse

100. “This thing I am feeling, I’m almost certain, is the closest I’ll ever come to standing somewhere in between truth and reconciliation.” – Raquel Cepeda

101. “Some people would rather be right than free.” – Vivian Amis

102. “I stopped living a long time ago, in order to simply exist. Now I am trying to leave existence, in order to step into nihility.” – Lionel Suggs

103. “Enlightenment is at the source of everything. From it, flows our Intuition and our creative energy. It is the delta of the human spirit ~ what we innately seek to return to, as we find ourselves lost in this world.” – Kim Chestney

104. “Only in the silence of our mind are we One.” – Vivian Amis

105. “We cannot expect any ecstasy greater than right here, right now – our everyday lives.” – Kosho Uchiyama Roshi

106. “Do we find ourself or does our self get demolished?” – Donna Goddard

107. “Many people are so poor that the only thing they have is money. Cultivate your spiritual growth.” – Rodolfo Costa

108. “People often associate complexity with deeper meaning, when often after precious time has been lost, it is realized that simplicity is the key to everything.” – Gary Hopkins

109. “The bird of paradise alights only upon the hand that does not grasp.” – John Berry

110. “And I envy you. You have the one thing that matters. You have all your discoveries before you.” – John Fowles

111. “Whoever does decide to awaken should put their whole effort, attention, and life into it, in order to make it succeed.” – Belsebuub

112. “The problem is not that you have problems; the problem is that you see having problems as a problem.” – Maurice Makalu

113. “The Encyclopedia – the advance artillery of reason, the armada of philosophy, the siege engine of the enlightenment…” – Peter Prange

114. “Total Enlightenment is ‘Vision without Purpose’.” – Stanley Victor Paskavich

115. “Knowing the Truth is not based on knowledge, but on being “it”.” – Vivian Amis

116. “What is life to Spirit, is death to the ego.” – Vivian Amis

117. “For most of us enlightenment is not a destination or graduation into a permanent higher state of consciousness, but a moment-by-moment experience constantly fluctuating between degrees of wholeness and limited consciousness. I like to call this “enlightening-ment.” – Dr. Jennifer Howard

118. “I thank you for your time. I can’t say that I wish you success – as we all have our turns with it, after all. However, I will wish you peace, happiness, and enlightenment – things that not everyone, even the most powerful, is successful at having.” – Cate East

119. “Enlightenment, understood in the widest sense as the advance of thought, has always aimed at liberating human beings from fear and installing them as masters. Yet the wholly enlightened earth is radiant with triumphant calamity.” – Theodor W. Adorno

120. “He suddenly understood the message of so many spiritual teachers that the only revolution that can work is the inner transformation of every human being.” – Stanislav Grof

121. “The degree to which your consciousness expands, is the degree to which you understand yourself and the universe.” – Gina Charles

122. “A person must earn enlightenment, Eragon. It is not handed down to you by others, regardless of how revered they be.” – Christopher Paolini

123. “Philosophy cannot be extinguished, though men will try… The spirit seeks the light, that is its nature. It wishes to return to its origin, and must forever try to reach enlightenment.” – Iain Pears

124. “Enlightenment, and the death which comes before it, is the primary business of Varanasi.” – Tahir Shah

125. “The sage is sick of being sick.” – Robert Baohm

126. “Everybody is seeking to reach higher self but hardly anyone reaches.” – Santosh Kalwar

127. “In that nanosecond of enlightenment I knew that the human spirit survives the death of the physical body and I understood that my wandering soul needed to get back into its earthly habitat.” – Janet Bettag

128. “It is neither cowardice nor to insist that the Enlightenment’s main lesson is to be mindful of how much it has left its inheritors to figure out.” – Samuel Moyn

129. “In so many ways we are still in the dark ages, but there is light appearing over the horizon of choice and consciousness.” – Bryant McGill

130. “I wear a taint of rationing, that’s all. I have the thready, ashamed look of a reduced person who assumes there is a worse reduction to come.” – Morag Joss

131. “Seeing clearly is seeing things through the eyes of another.” – Bert McCoy

132. “When surrender happens, the universe itself becomes your Guru and starts walking you to your blissful home.” – Shunya

133. “Enlightenment is when we allow ourselves to melt like a sugar cube into the hot tea of God.” – Maureen Muldoon

134. “The supreme knowledge is fatal. It kills your ego. Ego loves ancient books because it has developed immunity against them.” – Shunya

135. “In every one of us is a child who hopes myths, mysteries, and dreams can come true. They can, and they have.” – Miles Neale

136. “True refuge demands a complete and utter trust fall into the arms of reality.” – Miles Neale

137. “The Self, smaller than small, greater than great, is hidden in the heart of every creature. A man who has left all grief behind, sees the majesty, the Lord, the passionless, by the resting of the mind and senses.” – Upanishads

138. “Only one book is worth reading: the heart.” – Ajahn Chah

139. “The adventure is to claim your authentic being which is not culturally given to you” – Terrence McKenna

140. “Solitude is the source of happiness” – Padmasambhava

141. “You are in a house of mirrors. People around you are your reflections. They look different because you look different from different angles. You are Paramatma (Supreme Soul). Don’t identify yourself with a reflection which says, ‘No, I am just a little human being.” – Shunya

142. “You are not a Dharma practitioner if you don’t mingle your mind with the Dharma.” – Padmasambhava

143. “Two enemies try to destroy each other so that only one of them remains. Two lovers also want to become one unit. This whole circus is happening because we are trying to ‘create’ oneness instead of trying to realize that we are already one.” – Shunya

144. “Even though thoughts and emotions come and go, the mind’s natural clarity is never disturbed or interrupted.” – Yongey Mingyur

145. “All phenomena of samsara and nirvana are your own mind.” – Padmasambhava

146. “Buddhahood is attained by recognizing one’s nature.” – Padmasambhava

147. “You don’t need to find an “enlightened one” to tell you what to think – you are an enlightened one. We all are.” – David Icke

148. “PRAY without ceasing’ and take praise breaks all throughout your day!” – DeBorrah K. Ogans

149. “Day and night, look into your mind. If your stream of mind contains any nonvirtue, renounce it from the core of your heart and pursue virtue.” – Padmasambhava

150. “It is in moments of shadow that illumination happens.” – Cheyanne Ratnam

151. “If you neglect to protect your mind, you can neither close the door to suffering nor open the door to happiness.– Lama Zopa Rinpoche” – Thubten Zopa

152. “Enlightenment… is the vivid, lively manifestation of the heart with which one is born – the heart that is no-form, no-mind, nonabiding, attached neither to form nor to thought, but in dynamic motion.” – Soko Morinaga

153. “A mind committed to compassion is like an overflowing reservoir – a constant source of energy, and kindness.” – Dalai Lama XIV

154. “First you understand the Dhamma with your thoughts. If you begin to understand it, you will practice it. And if you practice it, you will begin to see it, you are the Dhamma and you have the joy of the Buddha.” – Ajahn Chah

155. “He in whose heart the words of the master have entered, Sees the truth like a treasure in his own palm.” – Longchen Rabjam

156. “People often ask me, what is enlightenment? I tell them, caring – that’s all there is to enlightenment” – Abhijit Naskar

157. “Enlightenment is as neccesary as education.” – Lailah Gifty Akita

158. “Don’t mistake mere words to be the meaning of the teachings. Mingle the practice with your own being and attain liberation from samsara right now.” – Padmasambhava

159. “Without a master you cannot possibly awaken to enlightenment, so follow a qualified master and accomplish whatever he commands.” – Padmasambhava

160. “The dark age is never without education but lacking enlightenment.” – Lailah Gifty Akita

161. “Yeshe Tsogyal was a woman: there may be some people who believe that only men can attain enlightenment, but her life is proof of the opposite. In actual fact, the awakened state of mind is neither male nor female.” – Padmasambhava

162. “Enlightenment cast out the error.” – Lailah Gifty Akita

163. “Whatever passes through your mind, don’t focus on it and don’t try to suppress it. Just observe it as it comes and goes.” – Yongey Mingyur

164. “Nothing matters in life except realizing oneself as a divine being.” – shiva negi

165. “I hope to find lasting happiness and empower and inspire my fellow beings to also acquire and project their own happiness throughout the multiverse, enabling those ignorant, darkened souls to bloom and experience the blessings of true freedom.” – Aaron Kyle Andresen

166. “En-Light-en-Ment removes shadows of lies.” – Aniekee Tochukwu Ezekiel

167. “When one comes to the essence of being, The shining wisdom of reality Illumines all like the cloudless sky.” – Milarepa

168. “The opportunity to experience yourself differently is always available.” – Yongey Mingyur

169. “Enlightenment delivers a man from his error.” – Lailah Gifty Akita

170. “A glimmer of self realisation is all you need, that the answer is not somewhere else but it’s with in you. Deeply buried, awaiting for the moment of enlightenment” – Suhita Durga

171. “You yourself can be god. You really are that, in fact. You, yourself, are reality. You, yourself, are buddha.” – Robert A.F. Thurman

172. “There were no more abysses, no more walls. There was no more exile. He had seen the foundations of the universe, and they were solid.” – Ursula K. Le Guin

173. “The silence is constant. The noise is temporary.” – Donna Goddard

174. “When some great teachers of the past reflected on the rarity of human existence, they did not even feel like sleeping; they could not bear to waste a single moment. They put all their energy into spiritual practice.” – Dilgo Khyentse

175. “In this present life, you can experience your enlightened essence, and if you do that, you can, before passing away, attain the perfectly and fully awakened state of a buddha.” – Tulku Urgyen

176. “Character building is the creation of one’s own future.” – Shiva Negi

177. “Great thoughts create great character that determine the great future.” – Shiva Negi

178.“But oh! – this so queer sensation between my eyes, in my lower forehead – is it the third eye, of enlightenment? Opening, at last?” – Joyce Carol Oates

179. “The ultimate goal of human life is freedom of soul by attaining consciousness of God.” – Shiva Negi

180. “Your character defines who you are, and the character you create will determine who you will be in the future.” – Shiva Negi

181. “Let yourself become that space that welcomes any experience without judgement.” – Tsoknyi Rinpoche

182. “He who does not have self-knowledge knows nothing about life.” – Shiva Negi

183. “The Buddhist attitude is that it doesn’t matter how many delusions you have, how confused you are, how much sin or negativity you have created, it is possible, absolutely possible, to totally eradicate all of it.” – Thubten Yeshe

184. “Freedom is not found outside; Real freedom comes from the higher level of consciousness.” – Shiva Negi

185. “You are not alone because all the time there are numberless buddhas and bodhisattvas surrounding you, everywhere loving you, guiding you, that is what they do.” – Thubten Zopa

186. “The secret of work is to work with obligation, regardless of its outcome.” – Shiva Negi

187. “The greater a person’s capacity for love, the more liberation, enlightenment, and happiness the person finds in their life.” – Joy Nur

188. “You become who you inspire to be.” – Tarot Priest

189. “Be a soul to attain enlightenment.” – Shiva Negi

190. “He who loves truly will impose conditions: those necessary to allow love to expand and hate to fade.” – Dan Desmarques

191. “He who has lost himself in his mental disorders has also lost the ability to distinguish between happiness and unhappiness, good and bad.” – Dan Desmarques

192. “He who acts against the cosmic order also acts against himself, because he is within and affected by that same order.” – Dan Desmarques

193. “The only thing that makes sense to do is strive for greater collective enlightenment.” –

194. “I had deceived myself. I will not deceive myself again. I have worn many masks and will wear them no more.” – David Rae

195. “The body is not the Bodhi tree. The mind, no mirror bright. Since nothing is there, on what should dust alight?” –

196. “Is it not knowledge that doth alone clear the mind of all perbutations?” –

197. “The only source of everlasting happiness, peace and satisfaction is enlightenment and Karma-yoga is the path to attain enlightenment.” – Shiva Negi

198. “I want to be better today than I was yesterday and better tomorrow than I am today” – Levon Peter Poe

199. “To attain enlightenment one has to become a soul.” – Shiva Negi

200. “Self-knowledge can only be attained by becoming a soul.” – Shiva Negi

201. “If you do not have consciousness of God then you still do not know yourself.” – Shiva Negi

202. “The only people that get mad at you for having boundaries are the people that benefit from you having none.” – Llewellyn Devereaux

203. “Spirituality means simply to be in tune with your soul.” – Tarot Priest

204. “Happiness does not come from achieving superficial objects, true happiness and satisfaction are already at a higher level of human consciousness.” – Shiva Negi

205. “He who is receptive enough to assimilate the truth of life, does not need any meditation or spiritual practice to attain enlightenment.” – Shiva Negi

206. “Earthly reality solidifies a set of lines of communication where nothing is truly real but everything is necessary.” – Dan Desmarques

207. “For many people unable to see the light, only too much darkness can help them experience the need for enlightenment.” – Dan Desmarques

208. “For the deceived mind, an illusion is always meaningful, until the pain of being wrong proves otherwise. And this may take a lifetime, or never come to pass.” – Dan Desmarques

209. “For those who consider life a walk of suffering, living with someone happy is simply depressing.” – Dan Desmarques

210. “From the heart comes the power of the soul, which connects with the spiritual consciousness associated with God.” – Dan Desmarques

211. “God always makes you accountable for your mistakes, especially, when they are related to egotistic decisions. Ignorance and sympathy are never in the realm of the spirit.” – Dan Desmarques

212. “Everything is possible for a self-determined mind.” – Dan Desmarques

213. “God does not choose religions. Religions call themselves representatives of the Truth, but this representation is always self-entitled. One must discern entitlement from Truth if he hopes to understand God.” – Dan Desmarques

214. “Identification is only possible when the exterior structure is so neutral that it can be easily assimilated.” – Dan Desmarques

215. “Everything we dream, we can be, and everything we can imagine about who we are, we can become, or have been, or are on another plane of a parallel existence. The dream is as real as the illusion of the matter we touch.” – Dan Desmarques

216. “Human beings only transform reality with their spiritual power in proportion to what they believe they can change. In this sense, spirituality is always proportional to the capacity to create postulates and make them reality.” – Dan Desmarques

217. “Between our mind and an object there is nothing but self-developed conceptions.” – Dan Desmarques

218. “Blessed are the that favor the sons of Odin.” – Dan Desmarques

219. “Consciousness represents the intuitive ability to recognize the universal truths that govern existence, which lurk behind the veil of ignorance. But no one recognizes that he is ignorant until he exposes himself, internally or externally, to the questions that will lead to such recognition.” – Dan Desmarques

220. “Death only exists for the personality and not for the spirit.” – Dan Desmarques

221. “Don’t feel guilty about what you couldn’t do for a living person after that person dies, for the dead understand the living beyond what they can see about themselves. They will see what you can’t see and know what you can’t understand yet.” – Dan Desmarques

222. “Doubt is all that is needed to undo anything.” – Dan Desmarques

223. “Dreams change the structures of thought. You can only achieve and work for what you can see first in your mind. Therefore, you shouldn’t be jealous or confused in regards the doing of others, or what you can’t do, but rather learn from everyone.” – Dan Desmarques

224. “Each person has a peculiar life with good and bad things in it. Do not merely focus in the good things others achieve, because you’re not aware of the price they’re willing to pay and that you might not be able to bear in the same way they do.” – Dan Desmarques

225. “For an existential problem to be overcome, it must be experienced in the form of a projected and dramatized dilemma.” – Dan Desmarques

226. “Faith allows us to look at the invisible and believe in our desires. For faith and go together, and we cannot keep faith without the persistence that justifies it.” – Dan Desmarques

227. “Explaining something to someone doesn’t mean controlling their thoughts in the process. It does mean giving her the opportunity to develop on her own in this learning context.” – Dan Desmarques

228. “Evil manifested as confusion, fear, and disease, progressively regresses through an extensive work towards reforming thought in accordance with emotion. That is why art is the supreme therapy, capable of altering anyone.” – Dan Desmarques

229. “A decision is as relevant as the irrelevance you place on your willingness to accept responsibility for its consequences.” – Dan Desmarques

230. “A happy being has clearer and more objective thoughts. But the more we believe in our happiness, the easier it will be to see it.” – Dan Desmarques

231. “A happy mind can produce hope and faith. In that positive manifestation, reality, which is directly associated with the subject’s innermost self, will change to favor such feelings and beliefs.” – Dan Desmarques

232. “A mental illness arises when present-time consciousness remains of the past.” – Dan Desmarques

233. “A belief system always starts from mental structures formulated from the most significant experiences.” – Dan Desmarques

234. “A visionary’s ability is the result of a continuum in the dynamic logic of the universe to which he belongs and is independent of individual concepts of truth.” – Dan Desmarques

235. “A world of slaves will always see the one who is free as a prisoner of lunacy because they are unaware of the lunacy they’ve agreed upon when abdicating their own freedom.” – Dan Desmarques

236. “All energy flows are positive or negative depending on our ability to control them, or the control, and type of control, that they may have over us.” – Dan Desmarques

237. “All existential dilemmas function as illusions in that they make us believe that we have a decision-making power, when in fact our decisions always complement the imperatives of the universal order.” – Dan Desmarques

238. “An intelligent act is not limited to knowing a particular subject, but also knowing when and how to mobilize that knowledge.” – Dan Desmarques

239. “Any action starts from emotions and it is in this principle that the key to change lies.” – Dan Desmarques

240. “Any argument that is reinforced without allowing consciousness to rise is a struggle for the ego, not a search for the truth.” – Dan Desmarques

241. “Apologizing for insulting after doing it is like regretting a murder after shooting a gun. Although appreciated, doesn’t deny the fact that whoever does that doesn’t deserve the one they insult.” – Dan Desmarques

242. “As we learn from life, it successively presents us with more appropriate challenges.” – Dan Desmarques

243. “At a cosmic level, it doesn’t matter so much what we lose or gain, but rather what we learn.” – Dan Desmarques

244. “Awareness increases every time we dream, because the dream allows the highest level of happiness that can be achieved.” – Dan Desmarques

245. “Be aware of the temptations which are nothing but illusions that don’t upgrade your wisdom and spirit to higher truths but, instead, slowly consume your energy.” – Dan Desmarques

246. “Being humble is not about having little and being proud of it, but having plenty and not being ashamed of it, or making the decisions that aren’t popular while being comfortable with one’s own path.” – Dan Desmarques

247. “The flowers of your qualities will reveal your true nature. If you have the fragrance of God, you will have the fragrance of an insan kamil, a perfected man. There will be light in your face, beauty in your heart, and sweetness in your speech.” – M.R. Bawa Muhaiyaddeen

248. “When you become the light of wisdom, darkness can never conceal you.” – M.R. Bawa Muhaiyaddeen

249. “Sit with the masters, drink in their baraka, for their mere presence radiates such light that whoever is with them is penetrated by it through and through.” – Mostafa al-Badawi

250. “If you do not believe that God can take you at this moment and make you one of His friends (Awliya) then you are ignorant of His power.” – Michael Sugich

251. “Whoever falls into this water of divine knowledge will keep changing, until the taste of Allah is within him and he becomes the beauty of Allah.” – M.R. Bawa Muhaiyaddeen

252. “Look at yourself. You came into this world, but what you have to realize is that you came from Him and you must return to Him. The light within you has to merge with that One Light. Then the dark show of life will disappear.” – M.R. Bawa Muhaiyaddeen

253. “Without the mind there is no God.” – Abhijit Naskar

254. “Read no scripture, but help those in need and you’d be divinity incarnate – study no intellectual publication, but help those in need and you’d be the wisest person alive.” – Abhijit Naskar

255. “What is it I am afraid of letting go, my secret self less but self absorbed habits? Or maybe the question is – What am I afraid of learning – to become a more enlightened human being?” – Helen Edwards

256. “We slaves, we lords, we fools, we men and women, we mortals, we toys of the gods – all the same thing, Palli. They are all the same to me now.” – Lois McMaster Bujold

257. “The process of enlightenment is simply this: to reduce one’s concerns while increasing one’s happiness.” – Marty Rubin

258. “By hurting someone you hurt yourself and by loving someone you love yourself.” – Abhijit Naskar

259. “I is not just I, I is also One, which is the very symbol of a united humanity, and that united humanity begins with I – that is, it begins with the individual.” – Abhijit Naskar

260. “A being forced to learn in a negative context learns about himself in a context of differentiation and comparison.” – Dan Desmarques

261. “A being is contextually determined as much as he cannot self-determine himself.” – Dan Desmarques

262. “When [God] is moving you toward a new consciousness, you need to recognize the winds of change at once, move with them instead of clinging to what is already gone.” – Stephen Cope

263. “To rid oneself of misery every human being needs to align thoughts, speech, and action and that alignment is music.” – Anand Damani

264. “I become what I see in myself. All that thought suggests to me, I can do; all that thought reveals in me, I can become. This should be man’s unshakable faith in himself, because God dwells in him.” – Sri Aurobindo

265. “The process of creation and evolution is open to all those who are ready for this wonderful adventure of life and living up to their highest potential.” – Divneet Kaur Lall

266. “My foundational message is that “Enlightenment is a piece of cake. But to be in “discipleship’ is all it takes to understand this foundational statement. Once you are in discipleship, you are in a boundless state.” – Raju Ramanathan

267. “Mastering Creation Using The Law Of Unification” came into existence to help man establish new and higher levels of consciousness on the planet and to make him the creator of new creations.” – Divneet Kaur Lall

268. “Consciousness desires to evolve through the human form, and in the process, wants man to create new models and frameworks that are as evolved as the new consciousness.” – Divneet Kaur Lall

269. “One who is human, is holy – one who is human, is sanctimonious – one who is human, is chaste – one who is human, is pious.” – Abhijit Naskar

270. “The truth is that it is impossible to bestow a right. Only duties can be placed on a man, and anyone pretending to offer you a right is trying to smuggle “the last of all oppressions” right under your nose. But this is how it has always gone, for Liberalism is a flatterer.” – Daniel Schwindt

271. “Due to their fetish of univocity, the men of the Enlightenment were largely unable to comprehend the idea of the common good. The atoms of Democritus and Newton’s particles of light / made philosophes think they could ground the common good in private right” – Coëmgenus

272. “Books do not make you holy, places do not make you holy, prayers do not make you holy, rituals do not make you holy, what does make you holy is your oneness with others.” – Abhijit Naskar

273. “To desperately long for something or someone, not only powerfully repels it far away from you, but it sets you up for failure, for frustration, exploitation, depletion, exhaustion, and for even more longing for what it is that you desire to have.” – James J. Elleyby

274. “Once you are spiritually awakened, wherever you are is the best spot from which to watch the Drama of Life; and what is happening is the best and most important scene.” – Mokokoma Mokhonoana

275. “I never lose hope, For hope is the road travelled between impossible to possible.” – Gillian Duce

276. “As I started going deeper into meditation, I realised that its is more melodious than all the songs of the world.” – Shivanshu K. Srivastava

277. “Meditation is like a lullaby to the mind. Like the body, the mind too needs rest.” – Shivanshu K. Srivastava

278. “Fortified with the force of love only can we build a truly united world.” – Abhijit Naskar

279. “In emptiness lies wholeness.” – Abhijit Naskar

280. “The day you realize your emptiness, will be the day you realize your wholeness.” – Abhijit Naskar

281. “Doing what the society wants, makes you a second hand human – wanting the society to do what you want, makes you a narcissistic bigot – but being an embodiment of humanhood without any expectation from others, is what makes you a sentient human.” – Abhijit Naskar

282. “There is only one path… and everyone is on it.” – Vivian Amis

283. “Call it spirituality, scientific investigation, enlightenment or atheism, there exists an actual reality.” – Anand Damani

284. “When the tides of realization rise, words scatter and fade away.” – Abhijit Naskar

285. “Being kind to the stranger, is far more religious than listening and preaching “love thy neighbor” – lending a hand to a person stuck in misery to deliver some peace in their life, is far more holy, than repeating a thousand times “peace be upon Mohammed”.” – Abhijit Naskar

286. “Holiness that starts and ends in books, is no holiness.” – Abhijit Naskar

287. “The truth is the truth. Denying it doesn’t make it go away.” – Laurence Overmire

288. “The only way to reach enlightenment is by walking towards the brightest light you can find and keep walking until you reach it.” – Courtney Beck

289. “Humanity first, nationality later – compassion first, religion later – acceptance first, formalities later.” – Abhijit Naskar

290. “Feel like Christ and you will be a Christ; feel like Buddha and you will be a Buddha. It is feeling that is the life, the strength, the vitality, without which no amount of intellectual activity can reach God.” – Swami Vivekananda

291. “Out of the of mental illness came enlightenment.” – Steven Magee

292. “No blanks. The universe makes love to my mind and gives birth to poetry every single time.” – Curtis Tyrone Jones

293. “There is no need for you to formally promote certain doctrines: your very presence becomes a teaching example to others, a liberating art that opens their imagination to the potential freedom they also can experience.” – Robert A.F. Thurman

294. “The truth about truth is that it cannot be taught or explained. Truth is that which is experienced by those it chooses to reveal itself to. One cannot learn of what is truth but one can ultimately become one with truth and live in truth.” – Kayambila Mpulamasaka

295. “My soul is alight with your infinitude of stars. Your world has broken upon me like a flood. The flowers of your garden blossom in my body. The joy of life that is everywhere burns like an incense in my heart. And the breath of all things plays on my life as on a pipe of reeds.” – Rabindranath Tagore

296. “Necromancers, like moths to a flame, destroyed by relentless curiosity! It’s such a beautiful thing to have such power, frightening, but beautiful! Through terror, we reach enlightenment!” – Rebecca McNutt

297. “And to accomplish the welfare of all living beings I will transform my body into an enlightened wish-fulfilling jewel.” – Shantideva Bodhisattva

298. “It’s not easy keeping track of all the voices in your head, but no one’s going to do it for you.” – Bert McCoy

299. “Whenever bigotry and sectarianism overshadow human conscience, I will rise in one neuron cluster or another.” – Abhijit Naskar

300. “Question Everything until you find that common thread that unravels everything.” – Vivian Amis

301. “The cost of scientific advance is the humbling recognition that reality was not constructed to be easily grasped by the human mind. This is the cardinal tenet of scientific understanding: Our species and its ways of thinking are a product of evolution, not the purpose of evolution.” – Edward O. Wilson

302. “In seeking God, you discover she is now-here and everywhere – in every heart, in every breath, in every thought, and in every pulse of the Universe. You are neither the body nor the mind, and the love of the self in you is the love for the God in you – the supreme witnessing self.” – Amit Ray

303. “Our work is to cross a treshold into emptiness and stillness. It is like entering an empty room that proves to hold a great presence. The apparent emptiness of simple presence is richer than the crowded experience of ordinary personality. We can either be empty with Spirit or full of ourselves.” – Kabir Edmund Helminski

304. “Life is not the shit and complications and obligations that make up our day. That’s just the stuff we pile on top of Life to obscure it. Our existence itself is the miraculous thing we’re talking about here. Life is, essentially, another workable synonym for ‘God.” – Carrie Triffet

305. “Turning the other cheek, when properly understood, is not an expression of co-dependent doormat-hood. Nor is it a state of passive denial. Turning the other cheek, my friend, is badass.” – Carrie Triffet

306. “Let the Jesus of your Spirit ride the donkey; Don‘t make your Jesus carry the donkey.” – Kabir Edmund Helminski

307. “quick. say something useful to this person” – Eckhart Tolle

308. “Enlightenment in our time and age, is simply insight gained through rigorous analysis and creative observation of evidence.” – Abhijit Naskar

309. “God is beautiful and He loves beauty. When you are true in your relationship with God, you take on that beauty in you. You become virtuous, just and balanced. Everything you do is graceful and beautiful. Every thought you think, every word you say and every action you take. Anything you weave, make, carve or cook with your hands, it all becomes beautiful.” – Dr. Umar Faruq Abd Allah

310. “Once you see yourself reflected on the face of others, that’s when you know that you have truly become enlightened.” – Abhijit Naskar

311. “By failing to take note of the gifts of modernity, social critics poison voters against responsible custodians and incremental reformers who can consolidate the tremendous progress we have enjoyed and strengthen the conditions that will bring us more.” – Steven Pinker

312. “The soul must first realize that something seems to be missing before it can, one day, know that nothing was missing at all.” – Donna Goddard

313. “if is to find enlightenment, then seek it not outside, but inside, and if your purpose is helping others, then renounce nothing but your obsession for possessions and help those in need in whichever way you can.” – Abhijit Naskar

314. “A beautiful mind’s humble carriage shelters a flowering equanimity, which elegant bloom fluoresces from living in harmonization with everyday moments.” – Kilroy J. Oldster

315. “The more that a person immerses themselves into a body of work that calls upon them to draw their life sustaining sustenance from an internal well of compassion the closer a person comes to developing, maintaining, and displaying the wholesome glow radiating from a peaceful mind.” – Kilroy J. Oldster

316. “Without ego we are divine” – Bert McCoy

317. “She had never coveted the role of princess. She’d always wanted to be the hero.” – Kim Cormack

318. “It’s like a thousand ways to die with dark comedy and scenes that will make you blush. There also may be, cannibalism, dinosaurs, rat , tar lizards and stone lions that hack up ice loogies. Welcome to Immortal Testing” – Kim Cormack

319. “She met his eyes, knowing a part of her would always miss who they were in that beautiful time before they disappeared.” – Kim Cormack

320. “Stand back up and if you can’t stand… Rise up within yourself.” – Kim Cormack

321. “Do not shake up the water in my globe. You’ve been warned.” – Kim Cormack

322. “Life is about knowing yourself better” – Taufik Baswara

323. “Enlightenment means “In Light In Mind” – it’s the manifestation of the light that’s already within you.” – Abhijit Naskar

324. “You are not just the vessel that gets poured with enlightenment from the source of enlightenment, but you are the source as well.” – Abhijit Naskar

325. “To become enlightened means, to know what you are, what you are not, and still be everything.” – Saroj Aryal

326. “Enlightenment is the realization that all is as it should be. Everything is perfect as it is. Enlightenment is not an effort to achieve. Enlightenment is a state of non-doing, of effortlessness. Enlightenment is the feeling that you are at home in existence. You are part of the whole. You don’t exist separately, all separation has disappeared. Enlightenment is the understanding that all is good and that all is an tremendous harmony.” – Swami Dhyan Giten

327. “If you can see the little things and the small details around you as big things, you’re enlightened!” – Mehmet Murat ildan

328. “The only way the break free from the vicious cycle of birth and death is by becoming Enlightened.” – HDH Bhagavan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivoham

329. “A Monk’s life has to do with simplicity, curiosity and compassion – contrary to the popular notion, it has no direct relation to poverty and seclusion.” – Abhijit Naskar

330. “Curiosity, humility and compassion, these are the fundamental pillars of monkhood, if you have these in your life, then you are a monk, regardless of your financial status and relationship status.” – Abhijit Naskar

331. “Be aware of being the awareness.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

332. “We all are nameless and formless within, therefore too, we all are one.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

333. “Wisdom of enlightenment, Many come asking for, But I wonder, how to convey, The sound that is of a rain, And the song that is of a river.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

334. “Through words, no matter how much you may try, you cannot make a blind man understand light.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

335. “Pardon me. We are not here to build the walls. We are here to break them all.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

336. “The most amazing and strange thing about awakening to the truth of oneness is that there is no such thing as oneness as an isolated phenomenon.” – Anam Thubten

337. “More than machines, we need mindfulness – more than likes, we need kindness – more than connections, we need commitment – more than advancement, we need enlightenment.” – Abhijit Naskar

338. “When we meditate, our heart, which is as hard as a stone, will flower and become as soft and sensitive as cotton, and we will feel the compassion towards others.” – His Divine Holiness Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam

339. “The purpose of existence is manifesting a higher frequency of consciousness.” – His Divine Holiness Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam

340. “Upaniṣhads are the first, foremost, and final words, given to the Universe from the Universe, given to humanity from the Cosmos. Each Upanishad mantra is a Cosmic Cognition for you to live as Cosmos.” – His Divine Holiness Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam

341. “Humans think with all their efforts to make them enlightened. What we often forget and don’t realize is that enlightenment is not the fruit of human effort. That might only come as a blessing. As a gift.” – Titon Rahmawan

342. “Enlightenment and Orgasm are both personal affairs. Yet, both are treated poles apart by man. Former is a fantasized fact and latter the factual fantasy. One shouldn’t be burdened by either of them, but both are worth giving a try” – Soman Gouda

343. “When you what the world thinks about you, then only you can rebel, and to rebel is the only way to born again.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

344. “Reading well, which means reading actively, is thus not only a good in itself, nor is it merely a means to advancement in our work or career. It also serves to keep our minds alive and growing.” – Mortimer J. Adler and Charles Van Doren

345. “The divinity that you keep seeking in the mountains, in the jungles, in the deserts, lies dormant within yourself. So, it’s not the place that makes you enlightened, rather it’s your intention.” – Abhijit Naskar

346. “Burying oneself in holy books and traditions, doesn’t bring holiness, what does is, losing oneself in the service of others.” – Abhijit Naskar

347. “The chasm between French Jacobinism and British liberalism is not as wide as it seems: both are assimilatory modes of thought rooted in the Enlightenment.” – Simon Brooks

348. “Everyone on Earth is on Death Row until they find a way out. It’s not so hard to find the way out. The problem is wanting to.” – Donna Goddard

349. “No one is you, it is your power; everyone is you, it is your love.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

350. “I know one day we will awake as one and all the differences of two will disappear.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

351. “Realization of timeless is not an event of time.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

352. “Spiritual awakening is a stone realizing it was always the air.” – Saroj Aryal

353. “A person who seeks an enlightened existence must awaken to realize universal truths.” – Kilroy J. Oldster

354. “For a beginner, mind is a tool; for an advanced, it’s a hindrance.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

355. “All angels are not lovers, but all lovers are angels.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

356. “Buddhas are innocent beings, they can easily be judged. Yet, judging a Buddha is the worst thing humanity keeps on doing to itself.” – Saroj Aryal

357. “We belong eternally to the darkness and further eternally to the light.” – Saroj Aryal

358. “Truth is one; its interpretations are many.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

359. “Man is the sky turned inside out.” – Saroj Aryal

360. “There is no light where I am. If any comes it is not enlightenment but lightning.” – Iris Murdoch

361. “Spiritual enlightenment is more about eyes and less about light.” – Saroj Aryal

362. “You can feel Him but you cannot understand Him.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

363. “Enlightenment is blessing the world with one hand and touching the earth with the other hand.” – Amit Ray

364. “You are the eternal sunshine of the cosmic mind.” – Wald Wassermann

365. “Myth is already enlightenment, and enlightenment reverts to mythology.” – Theodor W. Adorno

366. “The secret to happiness: resist nothing and allow everything. The secret to contentment: revere everything. The secret to enlightenment: there is no secret.” – Maximus Freeman

367. “First mountains are mountains and rivers are rivers. Than mountains are no longer mountains and rivers are no longer rivers. Finally mountains are mountains and rivers are rivers.” – Dan Millman

368. “That what cannot be expressed in words but is felt with the heart holds all in its warm embrace. This is our true nature as it unites us all. It is Love.” – Wald Wassermann

369. “Earth’s love song is the universal mother tongue.” – Wald Wassermann

370. “Life is a dream. ‘Tis waking that kills us.” –

371. “Enlightenment starts with a question.” – Darwin Stephenson

372. “I love you unconditionally which is why you are. You are therefore loved without condition. You are perfect as you are. So thank you for being exactly as you are. Thank you. I love you.” – Wald Wassermann

373. “Smile as it is the rainbow of your soul. So smile my love. Please smile. You are the magnificent rainbow of my unconditional soul.” – Wald Wassermann

374. “Rest assured that all is good this godly good One brotherhood.” – Wald Wassermann

375. “Loving is thy nature that giveth birth to all. Blessed be all creatures no matter big or small.” – Wald Wassermann

376. “All suffering always has a cause. By learning the causes we can know how to end suffering. We can find peace of mind and save ourselves.” – Osamu Tezukaezuka

377. “Love Illuminates All.” – Wald Wassermann

378. “You will find yourself in Love. I guarantee You. For it is You. You are Love.” – Wald Wassermann

379. “Worship thee Almighty & ye shall have all virtues, morals and success. He will increase your knowledge into the unseen, unknown but abides in all. Open thy conscience with intent. Ye shall harbor whatever fruits harbors thy.” – Jose R. Coronado

380. “Enlightenment is gained through ignorance. Ignorance proceeds sorrow, pain and suffering.Refinement through pain come wisdom and knowledge which in turn becomes enlightenment and to know better is to do better.” – Jose R. Coronado

381. “All of us are star seeds predestined to wake up in love with one another. purpose while on earth. All is alive. All is love. So love we must as it is love that creates all life.” – Wald Wassermann

382. “The evolutionary algorithm of all life on earth is written in this universal language we call love.” – Wald Wassermann

383. “Go out in nature and you will find yourself in love with all of nature’s kind.” – Wald Wassermann

384. “Nothing matters as much as that what illuminates matter. Now, then, let that be our guiding principle for all decisive matters.” – Wald Wassermann

385. “Love foremost is the first and most noble of all truths as it underwrites all matters of the universe.” – Wald Wassermann

386. “The reality of life is love and only love as love creates reality.” – Wald Wassermann

387. “Love is the dream of the planet as it moves towards reality.” – Wald Wassermann

388. “Benevolence is the true nature of mankind. There is only one nature. It is true to man.” – Wald Wassermann

389. “Within the seed of expectation lies the promise of creation.” – Wald Wassermann

390. “All coexists as one as it is one that creates existence; this one, it is ‘Love’.” – Wald Wassermann

391. “I surrender myself to love as it is in my nature. There is only one nature. It unites us all.” – Wald Wassermann

392. “Humankind’s unilateral intent is peace as harmony is One’s true nature.” – Wald Wassermann

393. “Love is indeed ultimate reality as it is our source, purpose and destiny, or, in other words, the eternal current that permeates, creates and upholds our universe. It exists in the eternal now. There is only One reality. It ultimately is us; Love.” – Wald Wassermann

394. “Love first and foremost. Love first as it drives the universe while we are its foremost passengers.” – Wald Wassermann

395. “Love guides the way. Love lights the way. Love is the way.” – Wald Wassermann

396. “Be as you are that what it means Love.” – Wald Wassermann

397. “The essence of life is coalescence as love is essentially All” – Wald Wassermann

398. “The messenger is not important. The message is. Love is the message. It really is Love.” – Wald Wassermann

399. “That what it means love is you my love. You my love, you are the true meaning. The meaning of true unconditional love.” – Wald Wassermann

400. “Who are we, really? Essentially; Love. We are meant to love one another for it is Love that we are. Love, it truly is the illuminator of life” – Wald Wassermann

401. “All are special. Now it is discovered. are among us. Love is uncovered.” – Wald Wassermann

402. “You are responsible for the energy you bring into this room.” –

403. “Before words came into meaning there was One’s loving feeling. It whispered gently love a thousand stars above. A luminous sea below it set our hearts aglow. ~ titled ‘One Luminous Sea of Love” – Wald Wassermann

404. “God is visible in the smallest details of the creatures. She is visible in the darkest space of human heart. She is visible in the grandest art of cosmic space. God is everywhere. Witness the presence of God within every thing and every being.” – Amit Ray

405. “The only way to live in this life, is to love this life.” – Bert McCoy

406. “A person whom lives in a deliberate and thoughtful manner can resist passively assimilating society’s deviant values and unwholesome cultural mores, and live in a courageous and generous manner while passionately pursuing a full life that transcends wastefulness, miserly accumulation, and exploitation of other people.” – Kilroy J. Oldster

407. “In a moment of unusual clarity, we eliminate suffering by not wishing for a different life. When we affirm every manifold of our life, we begin to experience the first ray of personal illumination and commence trending on a road of living without regrets and remorse.” – Kilroy J. Oldster

408. “A person instinctively seeks a sense of oneness with other people and nature.” – Kilroy J. Oldster

409. “Enlighten yourself and then enlighten the world” – Rashid Jorvee

410. “Unselfishly loving other people and extending compassion to everyone is essential to live an honorable, happy, and self-fulfilling life. A person must fearlessly love in an uninhibited manner and express their love in an open manner without reservation or qualification.” – Kilroy J. Oldster

411. “What is Enlightenment? Enlightenment is to be vigilant when everyone is sleeping; it is to see when everyone is blind; to hear when everyone is deaf!” – Mehmet Murat ildan

412. “Only the Self is.” – Bert McCoy

413. “God is one, paths are many.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

414. “What is enlightenment? It is to give up the search and realize that life is an end in itself.” – Marty Rubin

415. “Love is the ultimate revelation of wisdom.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

416. “If one can remember that one is here for something more than fragile dreams then one will have passed the first, pivotal test.” – Donna Goddard

417. “Rewind and you will find One’s intent so pure so kind.” – Wald Wassermann

418. “Creation is not just merely an act of love, it is an act from love.” – Wald Wassermann

419. “It is not in our nature to judge each other but to love one another.” – Wald Wassermann

420. “Enlightenment is like quantum tunneling – when everyone sees walls and barriers, enlightened one sees infinite possibilities.” – Amit Ray

421. “Enlightenment begins when you change – from a blaming mindset to blessing mindset, from a negative mindset to positive mindset, from fixed mindset to growth mind set, from linear mindset to exponential mindset.” – Amit Ray

422. “When you are full of problems, there’s no room for anything new to enter, no room for a solution. So whenever you can, make some room, create some space, so that you find the life underneath your life situation.” – Eckhart Tolle

423. “You are actually in search of nothing-and when you realize this you are free.” – Bert McCoy

424. “Most people are just filler- like extras in the background of movies exist to make the scene appear fuller- they exist only to make earth appear fuller. But, really they are vapid, substanceless, in fact I avoid most people like the plague” – Mohadesa Najumi

425. “All have senses, but not all have sensuality because sensuality is predicated on one’s soul journey to self awareness.” – Lebo Grand

426. “The light of oneness is available to all of us, present in hidden aquifers where life’s waters continue to flow, in a living silence for us to notice.” – Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

427. “Enlightenment is possible – for everyone.” – Miles Neale

428. “Everything is here and everything is now, within you.” – Chris Hawke

429. “When the end is in sight, the journey has only just begun.” – Anthony T. Hincks

430. “Don’t you just wish you could find your way through that Exit door and stay there if/whenever you wanted…or come back with that blissful new understanding that makes life worth living.” – Juliet Castle

431. “Each day includes one tone of creation that corresponds to one of the 13 energetic forces and indicates the role and significance of our activity in the manifestation process.” – Ilze Mikelsone

432. “Life is interconnected, and each dimension overlaps the other in a holographic and interwoven way. Nothing exists in isolation. Everything interpenetrates everything else.” – Chris Hawke

433. “Enlightenment is playing every ball of life with perfection, sincerity and love without perturb by the blame or praise of the world.” – Amit Ray

434. “Enlightenment is simply the moment you realize how amazing it is to be alive.” – Marty Rubin

435. “Nothing changes everything.” – Jonathan Marcus

436. “Enlightenment is going beyond the normal thinking patterns of trigger-routine-and-reward habit loops.” – Amit Ray

437. “We are all CONNECTED and I genuinely believe we should never stop absorbing knowledge from those around us. Observe: Gain from another’s experience. We all have something unique to share, so go out and engage the world with compassion, patience and generosity.” – Rosalie Bardo

438. “Saint or sage or the awakened being is not the one free from all desires and expectations, but the one who has an active conscience to see the real implications of those desires and expectations and then act accordingly for the best possible outcome for the self as well as the society.” – Abhijit Naskar

439. “Spiritual poverty, even more than material poverty, exposes weakness in a person’s character.” – Kilroy J. Oldster

440. “You’re eighteen years old and you graduated high school. You’re Filipino and American. But what if everything you know is predicated on assumptions about the world that are misleading and false?” – Reno Ursal

441. “A selfless person is never bored because there is too much splendor in the world – the ceaseless inspiration proffered from the exquisite images of nature – constantly to invoke ecstasy.” – Kilroy J. Oldster

442. “A person whom refuses to grow will never attain bliss.” – Kilroy J. Oldster

443. “Personal happiness depends upon a person finding pleasance with the exterior world whereas bliss is an inward state.” – Kilroy J. Oldster

444. “Real enlightenment is not at all free from all sorts of ignorance, but it is at all times aware of that ignorance as well as all the shortcomings of the self, whereas in the so-called enlightenment fueled by mysticism, the self gets consumed by the illusion of knowledge, which is worse than ignorance.” – Abhijit Naskar

445. “The history of the islands is fleeting, but when one remembers, it’s the land of a thousand unknown tribes written out of history.” – Reno Ursal

446. “Darkness cannot be expelled with force, it can only be overwhelmed with light – ignorance and delusions cannot be expelled with force, they can only be overwhelmed with knowledge. And this process of overwhelming ignorance and delusions with knowledge is the practical enlightenment of a thinking society.” – Abhijit Naskar

447. “If you have realized your responsibility towards your society, then you are more enlightened that all the priests, imams and pundits combined.” – Abhijit Naskar

448. “Insight is the real enlightenment with limitless potential to do good in the world.” – Abhijit Naskar

449. “The jollity of life comes not from the cessation of suffering; rather, from its acceptance.” – J.W. Barlament

450. “Life is effervescent Consciousness!” – Unknown

451. “Divinity manifests through superlative awareness, devotion, and – a direct materialization of Spirit attained only when Self journeys beyond the confines of Self.” – Jason Cain

452. “When true awareness is at play, the pedestrian becomes the path and the path becomes the pedestrian – the aware becomes the awareness and awareness becomes the aware.” – Abhijit Naskar

453. “Moonlight streamed through the uncovered bedroom window, reflecting off the glass and touching my legs. My skin emitted a caramel radiance. I absorbed the warmth and privately thanked Bathala and my ancestors for their guidance.” – Reno Ursal

454. “With Master as my Guide, I don’t know my limitations and I blindly practice the Noble Way of Living to surprise myself at each step of the way.. THANKS MASTER.” – Nick Catricala

455. “The Earth and sky fuse at the horizon, and each becomes the other, till there is no other.” – Meeta Ahluwalia

456. “Contentment and is a vibrational alignment with Universe and the ultimate key to unlock our conscious.” – Dr. Tony Beizaee

457. “Unhinge your ego, open your arms to Love and let life’s spirit flow through your heart.” – Dr. Tony Beizaee

458. “I don’t seek truth, for I am truth.” – Abhijit Naskar

459. “SHOHAKU OKUMURA ~ If we feel we’re becoming enlightened, that’s delusion.” – Kosho Uchiyama Roshi

460. “I believe from the bottom of my heart that what we call religion is the very most important matter for human beings. I cannot stress enough that the ultimate goal of religion, whether we call it satori or peace of mind, is for each individual to live in peace and tranquility, to live a full and satisfying life.” – Soko Morinaga

461. “The real quest begins when this not-knowing ceases to be an agnostic concept and becomes a living experience.” – Jean Klein

462. “Depending on what choices and designs you make right at this moment for today, your day will definitely change.” – Ilchi Lee

463. “In order to be the master of your life, you must first recognize that you are the rightful master of your brain, its owner and operator.” – Ilchi Lee

464. “There is no creation unless you act. No action, no creation. Thinking of creating something is merely the beginning.” – Ilchi Lee

465. “Unlike some who claim that a line in the sand was forever crossed on a particular date in time, no such final event has happened in Joan’s story. And, in fact, true enlightenment is not concerned at all with “me” being enlightened.” – Joan Tollifson

466. “Actualization is not just the manifestation of your individual experience of the truth; it is your life interconnected with a tree’s life, a bird’s life, water’s life, spring’s life, autumn’s life, and the life of the whole universe.” – Dainin Katagiri

467. “Trust the Universe. It is Father and Mother for all Lightworkers. Your way is never darkness.” – Nara InneresGold

468. “Once people start identifying themselves or others as “permanently enlightened people,” the bullshit begins.” – Joan Tollifson

469. “We seek to glean physical, emotional, and spiritual sustenance from our daily chores.” – Kilroy J. Oldster

470. “The quicker to live their own life free of disabling anger, resentment, bitterness, and regret.” – Kilroy J. Oldster

471. “Enlightenment is transcending the limits of the Selfish gene. It is mastering the pain, pleasure and reward circuits of the brain by radiating peace, love and harmony from every cell of the body.” – Amit Ray

472. “Enlightenment is transcending the three levels of consciousness protoself, core consciousness and extended consciousness.” – Amit Ray

473. “Enlightenment is radiating peace and harmony from every cell, every gene and every DNA of our body.” – Amit Ray

474. “In deep meditation, individual consciousness merged with the cosmic consciousness. In the absence of doer, the lotus blossoms.” – Amit Ray

475. “Dance with the flowers of enlightenment – then watch as your mind and body blossom as you begin of self-progression and self-realization” – Natasha Potter

476. “Not thinking is more enlightened than thinking and makes more sense.” – Marty Rubin

477. “For self realization you need to take a step, a step backwards.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

478. “Enlightenment is simple peace all the time.” – Sri Avinash Do

479. “Loving you, I enlightened myself.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

480. “If you look deep enough into anyone’s eyes you will see yourself.” – Bert McCoy

481. “Localization is pain. Non-localization is liberation and enlightenment.” – Amit Ray

482. “The soul conforms to the mind and body that it inhabits.” – Kilroy J. Oldster

483. “Enlightenment is not something to achieve, Enlightenment is something to feel!” – Md. Ziaul Haque

484. “We as our teachers and wayshowers on the paths of Enlightenment, and we honor and respect their souls and unique knowledge of the Universe.” – Elizabeth Eiler

485. “There are hundreds of paths to enlightenment out there. If we imagine that enlightenment is a mountain and the goal is to reach the top for the grandest viewpoint, we can also acknowledge that there are many routes up the mountain. While some routes might be more direct than others, every route experiences a different side or view of the mountain—or enlightenment.” – Natasha Potter

486. “To see the light in your heart, you must first open all windows in your mind which were shut during your early years…” – Husam Wafaei

487. “Don’t condemn people for talking about their past. For some have found that when it brings you more joy than pain to write or talk about it, that’s when you have found the silver lining as well as the purpose of your struggle- you have overcome. Talk yourself through the storm.” – Niedria Dionne Kenny

488. “Let me talk about love, In such a way, In so many ways, That eventually you will become one like me.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

489. “Though we live in a world filled with strife, a person can resolve to live in a manner that promotes a tranquil mind while exhibiting charity for other people and reverence for nature.” – Kilroy J. Oldster

490. “The enlightened mind is like a bird in flight that leaves no trace of its path. People will say, “A bird just flew by.” In their mind, there is a trace of the bird’s path. This is attachment. For the enlightened practitioner, that moment is already gone—the bird has left no trace of its flight. Like the bird, from moment to moment the enlightened practitioner’s actions do not leave any trace.” – Sheng Yen

491. “Enlightenment is not burdensome, for the nature of light is that it shines in naturally when the closed windows and doors that have been blocking it are opened.” – Jakeb Brock

492. “Although the wind blows terribly here, the moonlight also leaks between the roof planks of this ruined house.” – Izumi Shikibu

493. “Trust me, I have never seen Her yet, but I swear, forever I have felt Her all over.” – Sw. Chidananda Tirtha

494. “I realized I had let my own incapacity to recover from my past shrink my world so that it was big enough for only me. It was hitting me now, really for the first time, how being fucked up can turn into a form of narcissism. So that I barely acknowledged that others might need something from me.” – Koethi Zan

495. “The room was filled with Hundreds of devotees When Chow Ling asked: Why are you worshipping the teapot Instead of drinking the tea?” – Wu Hsin


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