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52) OUR SUFFERING ENDS
The origin of all that is
can naturally be called “mother of all ”
Finding our mother, we find our true self.
Finding our true self,
our suffering ends.

If we let our thoughts become still
and our needs become few,
we will live in peace.
If we follow our thoughts
and chase after distractions,
we will live in chaos.
Noticing small and ordinary things
is enlightenment.
Treating all beings with kindness
is strength.

Enlightenment is our natural state.
Sitting in meditation we see our hidden suffering,
accept it, lay it down,
and return to peace
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☎️ William Martin's Website


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Let yourself be silently drawn by the stronger pull of what you really love.

☎️ Rumi Quotes


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As soon as you believe that a label you've put on yourself is true, you've limited something that is literally limitless, you've limited who you are into nothing but a thought.

☎️ Adyashanti's Website


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Although body-identification is one of the most basic forms of ego, the good news is that it is also the one that you can most easily go beyond. This is done not by trying to convince yourself that you are not your body, but by shifting your attention from the external form of your body and from thoughts about your body—beautiful, ugly, strong, weak, too fat, too thin—to the feeling of aliveness inside it. No matter what your body's appearance is on the outer level, beyond the outer form it is an intensely alive energy field.

☎️ Eckhart Tolle's Website
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“I have prayed for years for one good humiliation a day, and then, I must watch my reaction to it. I have no other way of spotting both my denied shadow self and my idealized persona.”

☎️ Father Rohr's Website


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“I find that the sensation of myself as an ego inside a bag of skin is really a hallucination.” 

☎️ Alan Watts Website


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Work becomes spiritual only when it is transformed into play.

☎️ Father Anthony de Mello


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In the spiritual life, as in all organic processes, everyone has their optimum and it is just as harmful to go beyond it as not to attain it.
The reality of spirit-matter is inevitably translated into and confirmed by a structure of the spirit.

☎️ Father Pierre Teilhard de Chardind


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“The mind that turns outward Will have no end to craving. Only the mind turned inward Will find a still-point of peace.”

☎️ Deng Ming Dao's Website