Best 47 of Spiritual journey quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Zeena Schreck

If you have strength of character, you can use that as fuel to not only be a survivor but to transcend simply being a survivor, use an internal alchemy to turn something rotten and horrible into gold.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Jonathan Marcus

Nothing changes everything.

By Anonym 17 Sep

T. Scott Mcleod

Let whatever happens, be what needs to happen, so that I may awaken.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Mischa V Alyea

The spiritual road runs both ways.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Peter Jenkins

Still, as much as I had experienced, there was more waiting to be found. I had started out with a feeling of burning dullness and desperation. Now I was filled with a thrill and expectation of new discovery.

By Anonym 15 Sep

T. Scott Mcleod

Can you allow yourself to be impaled on the present moment?

By Anonym 18 Sep

Trinka Polite

So when you inhale and exhale, notice your breath and realize God is dwelling in your chest.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Aletheia Luna

Your Soul is your ultimate guidance system. You can think of your Soul as the compass, map, and destination all in one.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

O Lord lead me along a sacred straight path.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jeff Rasley

Beliefs divide us, values unite us." from Godless – Living a Valuable Life beyond Beliefs

By Anonym 19 Sep

Donna Goddard

The road is certain for anyone who ventures near it.

By Anonym 16 Sep

L. M. Browning

In the beginning we seek truth. In the middle we seek reason. In the end we seek peace.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mark Epstein

In making a path like the Buddha, we discover our own capacities for relationship. Doing this is like feeling our way in the dark. We need a healthy appreciation for what kind of obstacles we are facing within ourselves, and we need a method for working our way around those obstacles. It is in this sense that the path is the goal - opening leads to further opening. The Buddha's meditative teachings are about finding and incorporating a method around our obstacles.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Zeena Schreck

A certain amount of native skill and training can allow many individuals to be fairly successful magicians, achieving a surprisingly high ratio of positive results through sorcery.(...) These outer changes, no matter how dramatic, will not necessarily have a deep impact on the deepest levels of your psyche, which is where the process of initiation most meaningfully manifests.' --Zeena Schreck for “Contemporary notions of Kundalini, its background and role within new Western religiosity,” University of Stockholm, Malin Fitger 2004

By Anonym 17 Sep

T. Scott Mcleod

Life gives you exactly what you need to awaken.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Raquel Cepeda

More than anything, this place feels familiar. I bury my hands in the hot sand and think about the embodiment of memory or, more specifically, our natural ability to carry the past in our bodies and minds. Individually, every grain of sand brushing against my hands represents a story, an experience, and a block for me to build upon for the next generation. I quietly thank this ancestor of mine for surviving the trip so that I could one day return.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Raquel Cepeda

Traveling further ingrained my desire to connect to a place other than an island that is slightly older, in a New World way, than the United States, especially after I found characteristics of my face in the faces of the people in my global community.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Bert Mccoy

The Matrix is an allegory of the spiritual journey.

By Anonym 17 Sep

T. Scott Mcleod

Let one who seeks not stop seeking until that person finds.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Zeena Schreck

One of the biggest dangers on the left-hand path, according to Zeena, is that the initiate often adheres to the need of ‘maintaining his personality’, even when consciousness expands beyond every known border. The left-hand path requires, [...] that certain aspects of the self dies, something which she believes to be elucidated in the tantric death symbolism. --About Zeena Schreck by Malin Fitger 'Contemporary notions of Kundalini, its background and role within new Western religiosity,' University of Stockholm, 2004

By Anonym 16 Sep

Debra Moffitt

I calculated how easy it would be to pull a chair next to the windowsill, climb up, and simply allow my body to fall four stories to the street. Then an inner voice broke in, "There's got to be something more. Go find it.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Frances Vaughn Roger Walsh

In the search for understanding and awakening we are drawn to those teachings that convey the deepest wisdom with the greatest beauty.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

When the fuel is dried up in a vehicle, it stops driving automatically. You are a vehicle in the spiritual and the physical world, so you need some oil for alacrity, in order to get to your destination. The greater the quantity of your oil, the more you cover the distance, and the more you cover the distance, the closer you get to your success.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Zeena Schreck

In Demons of the Flesh, Zeena describes how Shiva and Shakti are actually ‘two sides of the same deity’. The goal of the initiate on the left-hand path is to become ‘this bisexual twin godhead’ and activate a state of perceptual sexual ecstasy within one's own consciousness. Zeena points out that a corresponding symbolism is found in the western hermeticism in the idea of ‘the inner androgyne.’ --About Zeena Schreck by Malin Fitger 'Contemporary notions of Kundalini, its background and role within new Western religiosity,' University of Stockholm, 2004

By Anonym 17 Sep

Zeena Schreck

Kundalini means, according to Zeena ‘She Who is Hidden,’ and points to the dormant goddess in every human being’s body. While the kundalini force is found in muladharachakra, she hypnotizes humans, like maya herself, and renders them slaves to the illusory. Kundalini can only awaken people if she travels up along the spine.' --About Zeena Schreck by Malin Fitger 'Contemporary notions of Kundalini, its background and role within new Western religiosity,' University of Stockholm, 2004

By Anonym 20 Sep

L. M. Browning

Who are we without our addictions; without our media-induced hungers? So often the voices we hear echoing in our mind are not our own but that of our influencers. Isolation, while arguably going against human nature, is essential for mental and emotional health. Solitude is a detoxification of all that distorts our personality and misguides our path in life. It allows us to filter out the foreign opinions and hear our own voice—reach our authentic character—and practice fidelity to self.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Nikki Rowe

One day you will be able to look over all the disaster and heartbreak and feel ok with it, today mighten be the day but one day you will.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Zeena Schreck

Most humans who have been reared with the creature comforts of the spiritually vacuous industrialized Western world will cease their search [for Truth] at the first signs of physical, psychic, or mundane resistance; or as soon as they encounter the difficulties of dissolving deeply entrenched self-delusions. Look at the world around you, and tell me that it appears to be filled with people genuinely in search of Truth!

By Anonym 13 Sep

Jean Cocteau

All spiritual journeys are martyrdoms

By Anonym 15 Sep

Bashar

Do not rely on the outer world as your measuring stick for your own spiritual growth. Rely on your response to the outer world to determine how much you have grown.

By Anonym 16 Sep

T. Scott Mcleod

It is the rub that polishes the jewel,” Enso Roshi says. “Nobody ever gets to nirvana without going through samsara. Nobody ever gets to heaven, without going through hell. The center of all things, the truth, is surrounded by demons.

By Anonym 16 Sep

T. Scott Mcleod

It is all, the unfolding. Neither good nor bad, my destiny.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

The word of lust touches the body, the word of love touches the soul: feed the soul and starve the body.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Zeena Schreck

There are Tantrics who deliberately seek to do more active forms of renunciation, so transgression of social norms and breaking of taboo, and breaking of social taboos especially, is a form of renunciation.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

If you lead me astray, then my wanderings will bring me to my destination.

By Anonym 17 Sep

J. M. Coetzee

Let me tell you the meaning of the sacred and alluring garden that blooms in the heart of the desert and produces the food of life. The garden for which you are currently heading is nowhere and everywhere except in the camps. It is another name for the only place where you belong, Michaels, where you do not feel homeless. It is off every map, no road leads to it that is merely a road, and only you know the way.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Debra Moffitt

The soul-Self doesn't follow the crowd. It encourages you to speak up when you need to and live by your truth.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Tyler J. Hebert

Service of self is best developed in dealings of service to others.

By Anonym 20 Sep

T. Scott Mcleod

You will bring yourself the suffering you need to bring yourself so that you may awaken.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mehmet Murat Ildan

For a spiritual journey, you don’t have to meditate or visit a temple or listen to a guru! Just live a misty morning while the sun is rising!

By Anonym 17 Sep

Debra Moffitt

Living a spiritual life may not be easy. It demands total authenticity. It brings you to dance to a unique song that only you can hear fully, and sometimes you dance alone because no others can hear the music.

By Anonym 16 Sep

T. Scott Mcleod

I loved Enso Roshi’s teachings. I loved learning about life. I loved life. It was a good thing to feel. I loved life, and I loved learning, and I was still learning. I was not, yet, done. At the end of our journeys, there would be an end to the journey. Maybe. If I was lucky. If providence shone down upon me gently. I would find love. I would find acceptance. Complete love. Complete acceptance. I would know, that the self, is an illusion. I would come to enlightenment, but that would also mean, there would be no ‘I’ there. I would realize that the ‘I’ was an illusion, all along, just like some great dream. This is what the wise sages say, the great teachings, the mystical teachings, not only from the East, but also from the West. The Gospel of Saint Thomas. Thomas Merton. Thomas, like I was Thomas, and also doubting, the main reasons I’d chosen the name. If nothing else, it was lovable, just as it is. My life. Even the parts I didn’t love, could I love them? The struggles. It was all part of the journey, and would I not look back fondly on this, at some time? Look at how arduous and sincere I’d been. Look at how worried I’d been. Look at how insecure I’d been. Look at how I’d struggled. Trying to find my way. Would I not look back upon myself, affectionately and fondly and with love?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jared Brock

God is the inevitability of humanity’s search for true meaning.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Zeena Schreck

Nothing could be easier than disturbing a status quo instituted by others; the real work of the sinister current is to break the rules we rigidly establish for ourselves.” -Zeena Schreck for "Contemporary notions of Kundalini, its background and role within new Western religiosity," University of Stockholm, Malin Fitger 2004

By Anonym 19 Sep

Zeena Schreck

There are Tantrics who deliberately break taboos and social norms and then there are other Tantrics who, by means of their practices and the way that they practice, that to society in general, it may have the appearance of breaking social norms but in fact that is just the manifestation of the progress of their practice.

By Anonym 15 Sep

A. D. Posey

Beauty is light set free.