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Quotes in topic
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#1 of 183
To be able to sit still, contortions of the Body alone will not do. You have to come to terms with the Mechanics of the Mind.
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If you are alive to life, you will never know monotony. But if you just live in your mind, then everything will be monotonous because the mind is repetitive in nature.
#3 of 183
There is no need to control your mind. Your mind needs liberation.
#4 of 183
If you stop your mental muddle, life is bliss.
#5 of 183
If we cannot keep our minds peaceful, how can the world be peaceful. The world outside is a reflection of the human mind.
#6 of 183
If you do not know how to use it, the mind will use you and consume you.
#7 of 183
Your opinions are a wall, not only for others but also for yourself. A closed mind means closed possibilities.
#8 of 183
Mind is madness. Only when you go beyond the mind, will there be Meditation.
#9 of 183
People are not suffering life. They are suffering the two most fantastic faculties that human beings alone have – a vivid sense of memory and a fantastic sense of imagination.
#10 of 183
Your thought process is something that you make up. At least you must make it up the way it is beautiful for you and All.
#11 of 183
The more you are exposed to the unity and the harmony of creation, the more your mind becomes Inclusive and Harmonious.
#12 of 183
Pain is a good thing as a physical self-preservation mechanism. But suffering is something that you do in your mind.
#13 of 183
The whole existence is vibration, and so are thoughts. If you generate a powerful thought, it shall become a reality.
#14 of 183
Irrespective of our nationality, race, religion, caste, or gender – we all come from the same soil, and we go back to the same soil.
#15 of 183
If your mind becomes a conscious process, it is the most miraculous thing in existence.
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Indian culture is all about creating the necessary ambience for a human being’s spiritual growth.
#17 of 183
Everything in this cosmos is happening wonderfully well, but one nasty little thought in your head, and you think it is a bad day. That is lack of perspective.
#18 of 183
A consecrated space experientially reminds you that there is much more to life than you think.
#19 of 183
Dhyanalinga is not about worship – needs to be experienced. It is a doorway to the unlimited nature of existence.
#20 of 183
I do not understand why people want to control their minds. I want to liberate their minds.
#21 of 183
Once your mind becomes absolutely still, your intelligence transcends human limitations.
#22 of 183
Once you are trapped in your mental framework, there is no space to experience life in its full glory.
#23 of 183
The mind should be fluid – only then shall it be a flow of Intelligence.
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It does not matter how others label you. If you wish, you can change the structure of your mind.
#25 of 183
Your hand is useful because it goes where you want it to go. Similarly, your mind is only useful if it goes where you want it to go.
#26 of 183
Dhyanalinga, as an energy form, is not within the limits of time and space. If someone is really open to it, it is available to them wherever they are.
#27 of 183
No matter how many things you gather in life, there is no container service in the end. Time to move from accumulation to true enhancement of life.
#28 of 183
If you are constantly aware of your mortal nature, you will only do what truly matters.
#29 of 183
The thought process is an intermittent activity – Consciousness is always On.
#30 of 183
Southern Indian music, dance, and art come from the temples. Devotion is the basis of all these Arts.
#31 of 183
You must be playing your mind – your mind should not be playing you.
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The mind is an endless game. You should not play it all the time.