Spiritual Awareness Quotes

Quotes tagged as "spiritual-awareness" (showing 1-21 of 21)
“Know thyself and all will be revealed.”
Pamela Theresa Loertscher

Anthon St. Maarten
“A misleading perception or false belief is increasingly being perpetuated that the unconscious or the intuitive is all that really matters in any spiritual endeavor, and that the conscious, rational, logical, analytical mind is the mortal enemy of spiritual awareness and soul growth.”
Anthon St. Maarten, Divine Living: The Essential Guide To Your True Destiny

Anthon St. Maarten
“Our physical world seems ready and able to accommodate the needs of the spiritually awakened new Superhuman. The constraints or demands of our material world are not the real problem; it is our own spiritual awareness and philosophical wisdom that is lagging behind.”
Anthon St. Maarten, Divine Living: The Essential Guide To Your True Destiny

Anthon St. Maarten
“Not accomplishing your Life Plan is a tragic act of free will. It is akin to charting an elaborate vacation itinerary before arriving at your holiday destination, with all kinds of plans for outdoor adventures and intentions to go sightseeing and shopping, but then ending up spending the whole trip in your hotel room ordering from room service and watching television. In a similar fashion the unconscious soul spends a lifetime in the semi-conscious state of Divine Disconnection and then returns home mostly ‘empty-handed’.”
Anthon St. Maarten, Divine Living: The Essential Guide To Your True Destiny

Anthon St. Maarten
“You are heir to a heavenly fortune, the sole beneficiary of an infinite spiritual trust fund, a proverbial goldmine of sacred abundance beyond all common measure or human comprehension. But until you assert your rightful inheritance of this blessed gift, it will remain unclaimed and forever beyond your reach.”
Anthon St. Maarten, Divine Living: The Essential Guide To Your True Destiny

T.F. Hodge
“The seer does not see, by choice, what the blind can see by default... from within.”
T.F. Hodge, From Within I Rise: Spiritual Triumph Over Death and Conscious Encounters with "The Divine Presence"

Richard Rensberry
“Spiritual Awareness is not gained through the use and abuse of drugs, it is only lost, and for just this lifetime but also for the next and future generations to come.”
Richard Rensberry

“We only know a person’s intentions through awareness.

The mind is easily influenced by the suggestions and emotions of others. We are either manipulated into serving others, or willingly surrendering to assist them. One is our choice, the other is theirs.

Fear makes us slaves, while love sets us free to serve and surrender to a greater good.

Discernment is needed for us to see which we are: slave, or servant?”
Robert S. Cosmar

“The soul does not condemn us. It is not the God of our fathers.

Soul is the essence of existence and it is free and limitless. It gives all things the freedom to be, to grow, and eventually to know. It is not a judge, but a passive observer of all things.

The soul is the feeling of life, without the judgment and separation of the mind and ego. It has no commandments for us to follow, other than to live, learn, and grow in awareness of ourselves and life by experience.

When we accept ourselves as we are and the events of our life, we are following the soul of existence. We are given opportunities to learn, grow, and know our natural self, without judgment.

When we follow the god of the ego, we must judge our actions and our life. The soul is not a judge of life.

The soul allows us to fail in following its love and wisdom, without condemnation.”
Robert S. Cosmar

“We need more explorers in consciousness and less followers of beliefs, isms, and credos.

Religions and spiritual leaders influence millions by pushing their beliefs. They believe in the Bible, the Koran, and the Gita, but do not personally ‘know’ the essence within them.

Too many believe in beliefs and are not who they profess to be, nor any closer to the truth than the totally unaware.”
Robert S. Cosmar

Jenna Alatari
“Meditation quiets conscious thought and the physical realm, making a doorway to spiritual awareness.”
Jenna Alatari

“We know Existence, because we are existence.

We know Truth, because we are truth.

We know Life, because we are life itself.

The mind cannot remember this, because it is an experience far removed from it. The mind is an observer, not a knower. It can remember, but it cannot become what it remembers.

The mind is a false witness to truth, life, and existence.”
Robert S. Cosmar

“If we worship another, then we remain in duality. We have not fully entered the path within.

Through awareness, we learn to worship the essence of our nature and the truth of existence within the temple of our own consciousness. Our worship is a realization of truth and oneness. It is rejoicing within our being.

True worship is to fill ourselves with the awareness of eternity, to know our godliness as beings of light.

Worship no person, or image -- only the awareness of who you are becoming.”
Robert S. Cosmar

“Life is a feeling, not a thought. Thoughts come after life and feeling. Thoughts are outside life, but necessary for balance within our being.

We exist in two worlds at the same time, but we are one presence in eternity. The mind distorts our true identity and our view of reality.

Think of it like a dog relentlessly chasing its tail. By running in circles, we will never catch it – it’s right where it should be and always has been. We have only to accept that we have one.

Someone told us to chase it, but we did not have to.”
Robert S. Cosmar

“The ability to not believe in G-d is G-d’s greatest gift to us, for without it we could not return to Him (or Her).”
Clifford Cohen

Sally Chamberlain
“Intuition is like a muscle. The more you use it, the stronger and more active it becomes.”
Sally Chamberlain, Weird Is Wonderful

Dada Bhagwan
“To remain in the awakened awareness state in the midst of the Knower (Gnata) and the object to be known (gneya) is penance itself. For the Knower to not become the object to be known is itself invisible internal penance (adeetha tapa).”
Dada Bhagwan, Autobiograpy Of Gnani Purush A.M.Patel

Dada Bhagwan
“There are two kinds of negligence (pramaad). Negligence related to worldly matters is referred to as laziness. When applied awareness as the Self does not remain in matters related to spirituality, then it is referred to as spiritual slumber (pramaad). When constant applied awareness as the Self remains, then One is apramatt (in One's inherent state as the Self). ”
Dada Bhagwan, Whatever Has Happened is Justice

Dada Bhagwan
“Through the direct darshan (devotional viewing) of a living enlightened One, One can become apramatt (with constant applied awareness as the Self); whereas through indirect darshan, spiritual apathy (pramaad) arises. ”
Dada Bhagwan, Avoid Clashes