Transcend

Apr 21

indigodreams:

A Storm on a Mediterranean Coast by Claude-Joseph Vernet, 1767 (detail)

indigodreams:

A Storm on a Mediterranean Coast by Claude-Joseph Vernet, 1767 (detail)

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Apr 20

“Above all, be at ease, be as natural and spacious as possible. Slip quietly out of the noose of your habitual anxious self, release all grasping, and relax into your true nature.” — Sogyal Rinpoche (via thecalminside)

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“… do not be concerned with the fruit of your action — just give attention to the action itself. The fruit will come of its own accord.” — Eckhart Tolle (via thepowerofashe)

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“Wherever we go, wherever we remain, the results of our actions follow us.” — Buddha (via thecalminside)

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“My home is this moment” — Jeff Foster (via i-iheart)

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“Although the road is never ending
take a step and keep walking,
do not look fearfully into the distance…
On this path let the heart be your guide
for the body is hesitant and full of fear.” — Rumi (via myworldmyhermitage)

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pixography:

Eduardo Rodríguez Calzado ~ "Edge of the Abyss"

pixography:

Eduardo Rodríguez Calzado ~ "Edge of the Abyss"

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“After meditating for some years, I began to see the patterns of my own behavior. As you quiet your mind, you begin to see the nature of your own resistance more clearly, struggles, inner dialogues, the way in which you procrastinate and develop passive resistance against life. As you cultivate the witness, things change. You don’t have to change them. Things just change.” — Ram Dass (via novemberisms)

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“Do you need to have a relationship with yourself at all? Why can’t you just be yourself? When you have a relationship with yourself, you have split yourself into two: “I” and “myself,” subject and object. That mind-created duality is the root cause of all unnecessary complexity, of all problems and conflict in your life. In the state of enlightenment, you are yourself – “you” and “yourself” merge into one. You do not judge yourself, you do not feel sorry for yourself, you are not proud of yourself, you do not love yourself, you do not hate yourself, and so on. The split caused by self-reflective consciousness is healed, its curse removed. There is no “self” that you need to protect, defend, or feed anymore. When you are enlightened, there is one relationship that you no longer have: the relationship with yourself. Once you have given that up, all your other relationships will be love relationships.” — Eckhart Tolle (via novemberisms)

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justbeingnamaste:

Gratitude Love Light and peace share from the heart ~ namaste ~

justbeingnamaste:

Gratitude Love Light and peace share from the heart ~ namaste ~

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“Do not wait for the last judgment. It comes every day.” — Albert Camus (via observando)

praxter:

New Beginnings by Megan Duncanson

praxter:

New Beginnings by Megan Duncanson

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