When you rest in quietness and your image of yourself fades, and your image of the world fades, and your ideas of others fade, what’s left? A brightness, a radiant emptiness that is simply what you are.
Adyashanti (via lazyyogi)
anon-i-mus:


Most people are not ready to mentally get off the social grid and Unplug from the Matrix.
Born into a basic, conditioned unit of society (your family) – go to school – blindly observe cultural holidays and traditions –acquire a job – earn money – become a consumer – have a religious, social or political affiliation – date, mate and procreate.
*Mindlessly repeat this programmed perpetual cycle and pass it on to the next generation (your children)
-Anon I mus

anon-i-mus:

Most people are not ready to mentally get off the social grid and Unplug from the Matrix.

Born into a basic, conditioned unit of society (your family) – go to school – blindly observe cultural holidays and traditions –acquire a job – earn money – become a consumer – have a religious, social or political affiliation – date, mate and procreate.

*Mindlessly repeat this programmed perpetual cycle and pass it on to the next generation (your children)

-Anon I mus

Reblogged from life-is-go0d

We come to spiritual practice, to a church, to a synagogue, to a mosque or meditation center, to find relief from pain and sorrow. But the greatest relief can only be obtained when we are capable of touching the ultimate dimension. In Judaism and Christianity you may call that dimension God. God is our true nature, the true nature of no birth, no death. That is why if you know how to trust God, to trust your true nature, you will lose your fear and sorrow.
Thich Nhat Hanh, No Death, No Fear (via queerblackbuddhist)