Tag Archives: Rumi

Ordinary consciousness

What you take for granted, the immediacy of your ordinary consciousness, is God peeping at you as yourself through a veil.  You can call it Maya, Karma, conditional mind, or give it any name that satisfies you. The Vedas declare, … Continue reading

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Don’t wish for union!

“Don’t wish for union! There’s a closeness beyond that. Why would God want a second God? Fall in love in such a way that it frees you from any connecting. Love is the soul’s light, the taste of morning, No … Continue reading

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Rumi and Shams-i Tabrizi

Mawlana [Rumi] is the moonlight, while I am like the Sun. The eyes can not per­ceive the Sun of my being but they can perceive the Moon. The eyes are not able to endure the Sun, because of the intensity … Continue reading

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This silence…

This silence, this moment, every moment, if it’s genuinely inside you, brings what you need. –Rumi

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