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Stress and Non-duality

Stress and Non-duality

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STRESS AND NON-DUALITY
There is nothing like looking, if you want to findsomething.
 J.R.R.Tolkien (Thorin speaking, The Hobbit).
The ignorant reject what they see but not what they think.The wise reject what they think but not what they see.
 Huang-Po.
Sit down before the fact as a child, and be prepared to giveup every pre-conceived notion; follow humbly wherever and to whatever abyss Nature leads or you shall learnnothing.
T.H.Huxley.
The aspects of things that are most important for us arehidden because of their simplicity and familiarity.
 Ludwig Wittgenstein
.Men have left their own country, their fathers and mothers,their households and kinsmen and families, and have journeyed from Hind to Sind, wearing boots of iron till theywore out to shreds, on the chance of meeting One havingthe fragrance of the Other world. How many men have diedof this sorrow, not succeeding in meeting such a One. As
 
for you, you have met such a One here in your own house,and you turn your back on Him.
 Rumi.
Forgetfulness of the Self is the source of all misery.
 Ramana Maharshi
.Most of our tensions and frustrations stem from thecompulsive need to act the role of someone we are not.
 Dr.Hans Selye, The Stress of Life
.The in-and-for-itself, the Absolute, has not only gone out of life, but has become something ridiculous in the eyes of men.
 Kierkegaard.
This, his being nothing, is the only way to be all things,this, his having nothing, the truest way of possessing allthings.
 John Smith the Platonist 
.As long as I am this or that, I am not all things.
 Eckhart.
 
 Now (said she) I know the cause, or the chief cause, of your sickness. You have forgotten what you are.
 Boethius.
The sage - wise, illumined, serene – confesses that hedroops and drifts, that he seems to have lost everything,that he’s an idiot who is inert and dull and in the dark, blown hither and thither, useless, intractable, boorish.“People look lively and self-assured and I alone amdepressed”.
Tao Te Ching 
.We must take the lowest place in our own Ground, in our own innermost Self, in abject lowliness. When the soulenters into its Ground, into the innermost recesses of its being, divine power suddenly pours in.
Meister Eckhart 
.I struggle increasingly “ upwards ” …Perfect Felicity(however) does not await me above, but below; it does notawait me in that which I see as a triumph, but in that whichappears to me actually as a disaster. My perfect joy awaitsme in the total annihilation of my hopes. The man who has become really desperate, who no longer expects anythingfrom the world of Phenomena, is flooded by the perfect joy,which at last he ceases to oppose.
 Hubert Benoit 
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