We can’t comprehend with our human mind the…

We can’t comprehend with our human mind the wisdom of God. Somehow, He can plan out generations, take mistakes, failures, betrayals, closed doors and somehow weave them all together and cause them to work for our good. Only God, in His wisdom, can figure out how to take a mistake from one generation and use it to be a blessing in another generation.

-Joel Osteen

Vishaya in general means that which holds your…

Vishaya in general means that which holds your attention. Here we are talking about that which will grab you and take you into life after life. When is anything considered a vishaya? It is considered a vishaya if you become greedy or infatuated with it. Otherwise it is not a vishaya. Therefore, everything you see in this world is not vishaya but if you become greedy or obsessed with it then it is called vishaya.

-Dadashri

Contact and unity with the soul bring understanding…

Contact and unity with the soul bring understanding and answers your questions. God has so designed us that within each of us there is a special classroom, an inner sanctum, designed for inner communion. Within this classroom, your master teacher expects and awaits you. Seek the presence of this Master Within. No one can enter this classroom except you. The Master is always there.

-Lonnie C. Edwards (Spiritual Laws that govern the Universe)

kāmamaya evāyaṃ puruṣa iti You are what your…

kāmamaya evāyaṃ puruṣa iti
You are what your deep, driving desire is

sa yathākāmo bhavati tatkratur bhavati
As your desire is, so is your will

yatkratur bhavati tat karma kurute
As your will is, so is your deed

yat karma kurute tad abhisaṃpadyate
As your deed is, so is your destiny

-Brihadaranyakopanisad 4.4.5

Nobody is superior nobody is inferior but nobody…

Nobody is superior, nobody is inferior, but nobody is equal either. People are simply unique, incomparable. You are you, I am I. I have to contribute my potential to life; you have to contribute your potential to life. I have to discover my own being; you have to discover your own being.

-Osho

The law of karma blessed ones is not…

The law of karma, blessed ones, is not intended to act as a lash, to tear apart the souls of men. The law of karma is intended to instruct and to cause mankind to approach the throne of grace without fear, with the clearness of mind and being that will render them able to receive the pure vibratory action of Almighty God.

-Annice Booth, The Path to Your Ascension

Opinion is really the lowest form of human…

Opinion is really the lowest form of human knowledge. It requires no accountability, no understanding. The highest form of knowledge is empathy, for it requires us to suspend our egos and live in another’s world. It requires profound purpose, larger-than-the-self kind of understanding.

-Bill Bullard

Supporting any action with the claim “I am…

Supporting any action, with the claim, “I am doing it,” is karma. Claiming doership of any action, binds karma. To support the action with the belief ‘I am the doer’ is called binding the karma. It is this support of the belief of ‘doership’ that binds karma. If you know that you are not the doer and are aware of who the true doer is, ‘I am not the doer’ and ‘who is the doer’ then the action will not have any support and the karma will be shed.

-Dadashri

Sarvam khalvidam brahma tajjalaniti santa upasita atha khalu…

Sarvam khalvidam brahma
tajjalaniti santa upasita
atha khalu kratumayah puruso
yatha-kratur-asmin-loke puruso
bhavati tathetah pretya bhavati
sa kratum kurvita

-Chandogya Upanishad, 3.14.1

All this is Brahman.
(This) is born from, dissolves in, and exists in That.

Therefore, one should meditate by becoming calm.

Because a person is identified with (one’s) conviction, (therefore) just as the conviction a person has in this world, so does one become after departing from here. Therefore one should shape one’s conviction.

The Brahman of the Hindus like the Dharmakaya…

The Brahman of the Hindus, like the Dharmakaya of the Buddhists, and the Tao of the Taoists, can be seen, perhaps, as the ultimate unified field, from which spring not only the phenomena studied in physics, but all other phenomena as well.

In the Eastern view, the reality underlying all phenomena is beyond all forms (e.g. beyond a god) and defies all description and specification. It is, therefore, often said to be formless, empty, or void. But this emptiness is not to be taken for mere nothingness. It is, on the contrary, the essence of all forms and the source of all life.

-Fritjof Capra, The Tao of Physics