Quotes About Transcendent

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Deepak Chopra
“Laws of nature have no physical properties of mass /energy. They are platonic truths in transcendent realm that create & govern the Universe.”
Deepak Chopra

Emme Rollins
“We fell into each other’s arms and kissed like we were coming up for air after being underwater for days. The melding of our mouths was sweeter than oxygen. We took huge, deep gulps of each other as we struggled with worldly constraints like clothing and gravity, seeking to transcend it all in our coming together.”
Emme Rollins, Dear Rockstar

Kamand Kojouri
“I have no use for these other loves.
Seal them shut in jars
and place them in the pantry.
A reserve of love.

Thank them for their love.
They are so kind.
Perhaps store them in the fridge
For others to take.

They say love is a panacea.
I know it is not.
Flakes of snow,
no two are alike.

When I am down on my knees,
hopeless and angry,
for the world no longer makes sense,
I won't look in the pantry or fridge.

It is your hand pressing on my shoulder
that makes me whole,
makes me forget.
What trouble? What world?”
Kamand Kojouri

“We have a way of making the most extraordinary experience ordinary.
We actually work at destroying our miracles. ...”
Duane Michals

“The fundamental problem here is the continued over-identification with doing. By attempting to “do” The Leap, the practitioner is attempting the impossible (as doing and being point to two different realms). Thus far your training has been largely if not entirely immersed in the relative domain. With Being, your training is stepping beyond this domain into the transcendent. Fundamentally, there is nothing you can “do” to “be.”
Rob McNamara, Strength to Awaken

Soroosh Shahrivar
“His transcendent sense of worth had risen and caught up to him. He did not like the world he lived in, and the people in it. He was just as much a victim as he was a culprit of the seven deadly sins.”
Soroosh Shahrivar, The Rise of Shams

Deyth Banger
“Why people want stuff which make them transcendent or transcendence?? And then they just destroy it?? Why Humanity wants something and then destroy it?? THere are a lot of examples one of them is the film "Transcendence”
Deyth Banger

“We see, at least with intellect, that beyond both true and false is truth; that there is beauty beyond our present views on the beautiful and ugly; that pleasure-pain can now alike be transcended, and that some day we shall truly see that 'form is emptiness and the very emptiness is form'.”
Christmas Humphreys, The Buddhist Way Of Life

Ben Lerner
“Poetry arises from the desire to get beyond the finite and the historical—the human world of violence and difference—and to reach the transcendent or divine. You're moved to write a poem, you feel called upon to sing, because of that transcendent impulse. But as soon as you move from that impulse to the actual poem, the song of the infinite is compromised by the finitude of its terms.”
Ben Lerner, The Hatred of Poetry

Rajeev Kurapati
“The act of accumulating knowledge about the transcendent concepts and the ability to actually experience the inner essence that these concepts signify are two very different things.”
Rajeev Kurapati, Unbound Intelligence: A Personal Guide to Self-Discovery

“One ought to have some sort of transcendent realization that the world exists because the gods are trapped in the same abyss you've occupied for three years. It should be inspiring or comforting or, I don't know, cathartic.”
Anaea Lay, Writers of the Future Volume 30: The Best New Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year

“Human beings have never agreed whether or not there is only one universal or sacred divine entity in a supposedly glorious and transcendent place.”
Duop Chak Wuol

“May 27, 1941
Sunday we encountered specimens of the rarely appearing yellow lady's slipper. This orchis is fragilely beautiful. One tends to think of it almost as a phenomenon, without any roots or place in the natural world. And yet it, too, has had its tough old ancestors which have eluded fires and drought and freezes to pass on in this lovely form the boon of existence. If a plant so delicately lovely can at the same time be so toughly persistent and resistant to all natural enemies, can we doubt that hopes for a better an more rational world may not also withstand all assaults, be bequeathed from generation to generation, and come ultimately to flower?
President Roosevelt says he has not lost faith in democracy; nor have I lost faith in the transcendent potentialities of LIFE itself. One has but to look about him to become almost wildly imbued with something of the massive, surging vitality of the earth.”
Harvey Broome, Out Under Sky Of Great Smokies: A Personal Journal

Sogyal Rinpoche
“What is a great spiritual practitioner? A person who lives always in the presence of his or her own true self, someone who has found and who uses continually the springs and sources of profound inspiration. As the modern English writer Lewis Thompson wrote: 'Christ, supreme poet, lived truth so passionately that every gesture of his, at once pure Act and perfect Symbol, embodies the transcendent.'
To embody the transcendent is why we are here.”
Sogyal Rinpoche, The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying

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