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Tag Archives: Rumi
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 moment, every moment, if it’s genuinely inside you, brings what you need. –Rumi
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