spiritual wisdom

“If you cannot forgive and forget, pick one.”

— Robert Brault, Share via Whatsapp

“Tantra like any raw power is defined by the wisdom of its user”

— Anupama Garg, Share via Whatsapp

“Generosity is inverted prosperity.”

— Matshona Dhliwayo, Share via Whatsapp

“It is far better to light a single candle than to curse the darkness.”

— W. L. Watkinson, Share via Whatsapp

“God is Common to the Uncommon Humans”

— Syed Sharukh, Share via Whatsapp

“Make peace with yourself, and both heaven and earth will make peace with you.”

— St. Isaac the Syrian, Share via Whatsapp

“According to esoteric teachings power flows with thought and what we think about is what we actually value with our personal power. When you value matter more than spirit, you lose touch with your higher power, it s as simple as that.”

— Shaeri Richards, Dancing with Your Dragon: The Art of Loving Your Unlovable Self, Share via Whatsapp

“Lets be sheep of God, not sheep of men.”

— Kristy Robles, Share via Whatsapp

“Don’t worry, eventually everything falls into its rightful place.”

— Fakeer Ishavardas, Share via Whatsapp

“When Christ tells us that He is the bread of Heaven, He is telling us that what we eat when we digest Him is precisely what is in the Heavens.”

— J.L. Maclin, Manorexic: Spiritual Disorder in Men, Share via Whatsapp

“Oh Humans, God gave you a choice and left with NO CHOICE but to LOVE you.”

— Syed Sharukh, Share via Whatsapp

“In essence, everything and everyone is made up of the same universal energy: you, me, the chair I’m sitting on, the trees and birds I can see outside my window, the guy from Amazon that just dropped off a package at my door and the package he delivered. Everything is connected, everything is part of this universal life force, everything is made up of the same stuff.”

— Saskia Lightstar, The Cancer Misfit: A Guide to Navigating Life After Treatment, Share via Whatsapp

“Mindful is a way to BE. It is how we stand and walk and sit and laugh in the moments of our life, paying attention to it all, without bothering to attach labels to everything.”

— Kelly Corbet, BIG: the practice of joy, Share via Whatsapp

“Salvation is healing [sozo], fullness of life, and life in abundance. And we learn in this ancient teaching at the dawn of time that this is the kind of Uncreated One and mystery at the heart of the universe who made us. And then we hear a teaching, „Now wait for the Lord. My soul waits.“ Now it‘s not like waiting at a bus stop. It‘s an intentional attentive waiting. It‘s patience. It‘s certainty that God will come to help us. Who dares to wait patiently in the midst of distress? That is the way that we are given. That is the spiritual instruction. Wait for the Lord knowingly, expecting that you will have help. If you don‘t wait, if you run off and give up and say, „Okay, time‘s up. I tried that; I‘m going to do something else“ – that‘s what we call outer darkness, you‘re on your own. Wait for the Lord. (p. 44)”

— Theodore J. Nottingham, Doorway to Spiritual Awakening: Becoming Partakers of the Divine, Share via Whatsapp

“Let us come into this holy place cleansed, purified. That s how we honor God. That s how we prove our belief in the arrival of the divine in the midst of our lives. God will help the one who seeks to make those efforts. Finally he says, „Put on (or clothe) yourself with the Lord Jesus Christ. Don t think of that as some other unapproachable metaphor. It means think like Him. Live like Him. Not as a vagrant, but as a compassionate person, a forgiving person. Even if you re the only one in the crowd. Don t let the poison of negativity get contagious on you. Recognize it for what it is. Put on Christ, nothing less. Each one of us is called to that. Because in putting on that understanding of life, you find your true Self, your true destiny, your true joy. (p. 52)”

— Theodore J. Nottingham, Doorway to Spiritual Awakening: Becoming Partakers of the Divine, Share via Whatsapp

“Spiritual: Be ‘Spirit’ and leave the ritual.”

— Syed Sharukh, Share via Whatsapp

“There are certain specific truths that transcend the specific religions; truths that are present in each religion but are not exclusive to that particular religion.”

— Hendrith Vanlon Smith Jr, The Wealth Reference Guide: An American Classic, Share via Whatsapp