Adyashanti (October 26, 1962 -) The real sense of 'I' is the sense of being. The sense of being is not in any particular place -- it's everywhere. It's spread throughout the whole of consciousness.
Adyashanti (October 26, 1962 -) Our human capacity to know and understand gives us an incredible ability to create all manner of things and fathom the workings of the physical universe. And yet, this same capacity has its shadow side that is not so obvious.The ability to know and create can also be an incredibly …
Adyashanti (October 26, 1962 -) Death is nothing more than a change of form. But only someone who really knows who they are knows that. And only someone who knows that can actually live life.
Adyashanti (October 26, 1962 -) Truth and love are the two most powerful embodiment tools you will ever have. They are the two tools you have to lead a benevolent, beautiful, and enlightened life.
Adyashanti (October 26, 1962 -) It takes a fierce and robust heart to say yes to life, to embrace the entirety of life on its terms, not on our imagined or idealized terms. This requires a connectedness to our spiritual essence, to who we really are.
Adyashanti (October 26, 1962 -) What you are is never born, never lives, and never dies. Birth-life-death happens within what you are, in the same way that a dream at night arises, has a span of time, and disappears within what you are . . . The nature of this that we are is to …
Adyashanti (October 26, 1962 -) Our philosophy determines how far our realization goes; our beliefs limit how free we can become.
Asyashanti (1962 -) There's really just the experience of being in any moment. This is all we'll ever have. Our life always unfolds in the current experience of being.
Adyashanti (October 26, 1962 -) To be loving isn’t to be perfect — it’s to be connected and warm with both ourselves and others. It’s to be residing in the humble heart.
Adyashanti (October 26, 1962 -) Spiritual autonomy is an invitation to step up to our incarnation, to say yes to it, and to realize our own potential, both for ourselves and for the sake of all beings.
Adyashanti (October 26, 1962 -) True happiness is derived from being completely committed to what provides you the most meaningful experience of being.