I forgive you…


It’s simple to have the sense “I forgive you”, but it’s another thing to have the sense, “I forgive you for not being the person I wanted you to be.” ~Adyashanti

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Deepest meditation life


It is when you just stare into whatever is in front of you, and have no attachment with it whatsoever. There is absolutely no thought, no feeling, no emotion, yet a very calm serene solitude in contentment. It’s like a sun star that is simply brilliantly giving off life giving light and heat into the universe, creating all life on planet Earth, for example.

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The Realization


Ramana Maharshi’s way was pointing out that there is no doer. It is also the same as what Mooji would point to as the awareness behind the mind. Who is the seer, can the seen be the same as the seer? Adyashanti says enlightment is extraordinarily unremarkable and just completely as it is right now. Eckhart Tolle says just be here in the Present moment stillness of the here now beingness, the isness. Mooji says, even the non-beingness is also observed, so just stay in the state of pure being sacred holiness, the one divine presence. These people are proof of the continuing evolution of the human potential and consciousness as a species.

– Tenzin Tenshi 1/21/17

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Gratitude transcends illusion


“Find gratitude in everything that happens today and you will transcend the illusion of your self.” – Tenzin

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Hidden in plain sight


“God… is hidden in plain sight.” – Tenzin Tenshi

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Everything is


“When you realize everything is perfect.” -Tenzin Jampa

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“My love is unconditional. Your action is irrelevant.” – Osho


Find the gold


“Anyone can find dirt on someone. Be the one that finds the gold.” -Proverbs 11:27

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What is the use of pain?


“What is the use of pain? Pain is nature’s way of telling us an area needs attention. This is true both spiritually, psychologically and physically. When an area in any way pains you, it is something good for you, because it is telling you what you need to heal or fix to reach your full, vibrant, enlightened being.” – Tenzin Jampa (Alex Yamane)

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