A quote from Peter Wilberg on the “awareness principle”

… the most fundamental scientific ‘fact’ is not the existence of a universe of things in space and time but awareness of such a universe. Awareness is not a ‘thing’ that can evolve from or arise out of an unaware or insentient universe of things. On the contrary all things in the universe emerge and…

A quote by Geoffrey D. Falk on the “Ocean of Cosmic Consciousness”

Art:   “Ocean of Consciousness Painting by Dina Soker We are individualized waves of consciousness on the Infinite Ocean of Spirit; so say the sages.   But, although the Ocean has become the wave, and the wave, when it dissolves the illusion of ego-separation and limitation, realizes that it has always been one with the Infinite…

A quote from Pierre Teilhard De Chardin on consciousness and love

Photo: Butterfly Nebula HD Wallpaper | Nebula, Astronomy, Hubble Remain true to yourself, but move ever upward toward greater consciousness and greater love! At the summit you will find yourselves united with all those who, from every direction, have made the same ascent. For everything that rises must converge. —Pierre Teilhard De Chardin

A quote from Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj on who you are…

In reality, time and space exist in you; you do not exist in them. They are modes of perception, but they are not the only ones. Time and space are like words written on paper; the paper is real, the words merely a convention. Discard all you are not and go ever deeper. Just as…

From Nisargadatta Maharaj: “I am not my body….”

I am not my body, nor do I need it. I am the witness only. I have no shape of my own. You are so accustomed to think of yourself as bodies having consciousness that you just cannot imagine consciousness as having bodies. Once you realize that bodily existence is but a state of mind,…

Essay on: “Know thyself” (“Temet Nosce”) by Amira

“Know thyself” (“Temet Nosce”)   The ancient Greek aphorism “Know thyself” is one of the Delphic maxims,(though we find similar teachings going back to ancient Egypt and Asia) the first of three, inscribed on a column in the pronaos (forecourt) of the Temple of Apollo at Delphi (Greece). It’s given as “Nosce te ipsum” or…