Archive for March, 2016

Awakening (Quote)

Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

“Even faith in God is only a stage on the way. Ultimately you abandon all, for you come to something so simple that there are no words to express it.” ~ Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

Know Thyself (Quote)

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“Do not even allow yourself to be limited to the consciousness that you are a man or a woman: You are a Soul made in God’s image. The wisest course is to remember always, “I am neither man nor woman. I am Spirit.” Then you will rid yourself of the limiting consciousness of both tendencies; you will realize your highest divine potential, whether you are incarnate as a man or a woman.” ~ Paramahansa Yogananda

Know Thyself (Quote)

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“What is rooted out in the quest of truth is ignorance; it is entirely removed from the heart, and the outlook becomes wide; as wide as the Eye of God; therein is born the divine Spirit, the spirit, which is called Divinity.” ~ Hazrat Inayat Khan

Purpose (Quote)

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“These days people don’t search for the Truth. People study simply in order to find knowledge necessary to make a living, raise families and look after themselves, that’s all. To them, being smart is more important than being wise!” ~ Ajahn Chah

Think For Yourself (Quote)

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“Do not be led by others, awaken your own mind, amass your own experience, and decide for yourself your own path.” ~ The Atharva Veda

The Actual Purpose of Human Life (Video by Mynzah)

This is a video I recently created called “The Actual Purpose of Human Life”. Speaking in this video is Michael Cremo, and if you are not familiar with his work, I hope you will look into it. The intention of this video is to help the collective remember itself as we journey home. I hope you enjoy this. Peace, Harmony, Balance, and Love to You and All that You know… ~ Mynzah (best to listen to this video with headphones)

Within (Quote)

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“Everyone can experience Divinity by going within and seeking the ultimate question of self. No mediator necessary, only silence and the willingness to know who you innately are.” ~ Mynzah