The simple truth of it is that what happens is the best thing that can happen. — Byron Katie
There’s no nightmare you can’t wake yourself up from. — Byron Katie, A Thousand Names for Joy

Do you really want to erase all your deluded beliefs, memories, stories, tendencies and identities one by one, or would you prefer to find the factory where they are produced, and blow the whole thing up?

I say this because right now, I don’t have time for all this tiny pruning. You hold on to your little nail clipper, but I am giving you a great chainsaw to bring down this old tree of suffering.
This chainsaw is self-inquiry.
This is your good fortune.

— ~ Mooji (via unconditionedconsciousness)
Rejoicing in ordinary things is not sentimental or trite. It actually takes guts. Each time we drop our complaints and allow everyday good fortune to inspire us, we enter the warrior’s world. — Pema Chödrön (via creatingaquietmind)

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Preachers err by trying to talk people into belief; better they reveal the radiance of their own discovery. — Joseph Campbell
bluepueblo:

Moon Bridge, Hangzhou, China
photo via chester

bluepueblo:

Moon Bridge, Hangzhou, China

photo via chester

My speaking is meant to shake you awake, not to tell you how to dream better. — Adyashanti (via ashramof1)
bluepueblo:

Summer Valley, Cantabria, Spain
photo via brian

bluepueblo:

Summer Valley, Cantabria, Spain

photo via brian

I don’t mind what happens. That is the essence of inner freedom. It is a timeless spiritual truth: release attachment to outcomes, deep inside yourself, you’ll feel good no matter what. — Jiddu Krishnamurti (via yogachocolatelove)

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