Buddha Soul Famous Quotes & Sayings

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22 Buddha Soul Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Buddha Soul Sayings By Amy E. Reichert: While Lou loved the raucous music, loud voices, and chaotic movement of a dinner rush, While Lou loved the raucous music, loud voices, and chaotic movement of a dinner rush, the calm of prep-work soothed her soul and gave her time to think. Some people did downward dog, some burned incense in front of a Buddha statue, some prayed the rosary; Lou chopped the vegetables into tiny squares, filleted fish, and reduced veal stock. Her meditation smelled better, and even if she didn't find a solution, at least she got to eat. — Amy E. Reichert
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Buddha Soul Sayings By Debasish Mridha: In my silence and stillness, my soul dances with the ecstasy of life. In my silence and stillness, my soul dances with the ecstasy of life. — Debasish Mridha
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Buddha Soul Sayings By Jiddu Krishnamurti: Questioner: Does the soul survive after death? KRISHNAMURTI: If you really want to know, how Questioner: Does the soul survive after death? KRISHNAMURTI: If you really want to know, how are you going to find out? By reading what Shankara, Buddha or Christ has said about it? By listening to your own particular leader or saint? They may all be totally wrong. Are you prepared to admit this - which means that your mind is in a position to inquire? You must first — Jiddu Krishnamurti
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Buddha Soul Sayings By Sophia Lyon Fahs: One of the tragic ironies of history is that such original and creative geniuses as One of the tragic ironies of history is that such original and creative geniuses as Buddha and Jesus have been extolled as perfect patterns for all to emulate. In the very struggle to be like someone else rather than to be one's own true self, or to do one's own best in one's own environment, a child is in danger of losing the pearl that is really beyond price - the integrity of his (or her) own soul. — Sophia Lyon Fahs
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Buddha Soul Sayings By Simone Weil: Every time that a man has, with a pure heart, called upon Osiris, Dionysus, Buddha, Every time that a man has, with a pure heart, called upon Osiris, Dionysus, Buddha, the Tao, etc., the Son of God has answered him by sending the Holy Spirit. And the Holy Spirit has acted upon his soul, not by inciting him to abandon his religious tradition, but by bestowing upon him light [-] It is, therefore, useless to send out missions to prevail upon the peoples of Asia, Africa or Oceania to enter the Church. — Simone Weil
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Buddha Soul Sayings By Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg: Martin Swinger is one of those rare singer-songwriters who excels at everything: singing, songwriting, guitar-playing, Martin Swinger is one of those rare singer-songwriters who excels at everything: singing, songwriting, guitar-playing, and being so present with his humor, tenderness, and wild mind that his performances are also deep conversations, soul to soul and heart to heart, about the quirks, surprises, and love that brings us most alive. His songs, ranging from the little plastic parts that hold the world together, to what enlightenment comes from Buddha and Betty Boop falling in love, are whimsically and wisely original and enduring. — Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg
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Buddha Soul Sayings By John Renard: Each being is simply what it is and it is a serious mistake to treat Each being is simply what it is and it is a serious mistake to treat your world as though it existed for you, as if what you value in each thing is its value. In a sense, the Buddha argued, all things are "empty," in that they simply do not possess the "soul" that a grasping, craving person invests them with. Pile all your expectations onto some person or object as though you truly hope it will deliver what you want, and you are making the fundamental mistake. The notion of non-soul (anatman) is difficult to understand, but it is one of the Buddha's most provocative teachings. — John Renard
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Buddha Soul Sayings By Gautama Buddha: Love is a gift of one's inner most soul to another so both can be Love is a gift of one's inner most soul to another so both can be whole. — Gautama Buddha
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Buddha Soul Sayings By Rajneesh: The most fundamental message of Gautama the Buddha is not God, is not soul ... The most fundamental message of Gautama the Buddha is not God, is not soul ... it is freedom: freedom absolute, total, unconditional. He does not want to give you an ideology, because every ideology creates its own slavery. — Rajneesh
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Buddha Soul Sayings By Gautama Buddha: To be concerned with the issue; soul versus non-soul, is to be in bondage to To be concerned with the issue; soul versus non-soul, is to be in bondage to craving for becoming and non-becoming. — Gautama Buddha
Buddha Soul Sayings By Gautama Buddha: Your purpose in life is to find your purpose and give your whole heart and Your purpose in life is to find your purpose and give your whole heart and soul to it — Gautama Buddha
Buddha Soul Sayings By Tony Hendra: It was a music of the spirit, seeking peace, not emotional release, expressing the hunger It was a music of the spirit, seeking peace, not emotional release, expressing the hunger of the soul rather than the heart. A way of sequencing notes so ancient it might be music's mother lode, its Fertile Crescent. It wouldn't have grated, I felt, on the ears of ancient Greeks or Egyptians or Mesopotamians or Sumerians - or even on the august auditory equipment of the Buddha or Lao-tzu. — Tony Hendra
Buddha Soul Sayings By Debasish Mridha: A smile is a reflection of your dancing heart and your joyful soul. A smile is a reflection of your dancing heart and your joyful soul. — Debasish Mridha
Buddha Soul Sayings By Walpola Rahula: What we call life ... is the combination of the Five Aggregates, a combination of What we call life ... is the combination of the Five Aggregates, a combination of physical and mental energies. These are constantly changing; they do not remain the same for two consecutive moments. Every moment they are born and they die. 'When the Aggregates arise, decay and die, O bhikkhu, every moment you are born, decay, and die.' This, even dow during this life time, every moment we are born and die, but we continue. If we can understand that in this life we can continue without a permanent, unchanging substance like Self or Soul, why can't we understand that those forces themselves can continue without a Self or a Soul behind them after the non-functioning of the body? — Walpola Rahula
Buddha Soul Sayings By Emil Brunner: For the Platonic or Aristotelian philosophy, it is of no importance whether Plato or Aristotle For the Platonic or Aristotelian philosophy, it is of no importance whether Plato or Aristotle ever lived. For the mystical practice of an Indian, Persian, Chinese, or Neo-Platonic mystic it is a matter of indifference whether Rama, Buddha, Laotse, or Porphyrius are myths or not. The mystic has no personal relation to them. It is not here a question of somebody telling me the truth which of myself I cannot find, but of my finding an access to the depths of the world in the depths of my soul. — Emil Brunner
Buddha Soul Sayings By Osho: THE WAY OF THE Buddha is not a religion in the ordinary sense of the THE WAY OF THE Buddha is not a religion in the ordinary sense of the term, because it has no belief system, no dogma, no scripture. It does not believe in God, it does not believe in the soul, it does not believe in any paradise. It is a tremendous unbelief - and yet it is a religion. It is unique. Nothing has ever happened like it before in the history of human consciousness, and nothing afterward. — Osho
Buddha Soul Sayings By Sharon Doubiago: The smaller man said again, 'See the Buddha in everyone.'How different, I thought, that is The smaller man said again, 'See the Buddha in everyone.'
How different, I thought, that is from Brakhage, who says it is the artist's business to discover the particularity that distinguishes you from all others. Your virtue. Your vision that makes you separate from others. I remembered that he quoted Robert Duncan. 'Soul is not universal. It is a created-creative event. — Sharon Doubiago
Buddha Soul Sayings By Gautama Buddha: If one doth act in friendly wise, With no evil thought toward any single creature, If one doth act in friendly wise, With no evil thought toward any single creature, And in so doing becometh proper, And if he have compassion in his soul Toward all living beings
this noble one Doth acquire abundant Virtue. — Gautama Buddha
Buddha Soul Sayings By Debasish Mridha: You are the world. Everything that you see around you is a reflection of your You are the world. Everything that you see around you is a reflection of your soul and mind. — Debasish Mridha
Buddha Soul Sayings By Fernando Pessoa: I never had anyone I could call "Master". No Christ died for me. No Buddha I never had anyone I could call "Master". No Christ died for me. No Buddha showed me the right path. In the depths of my dreams no Apollo or Athena appeared to me to enlighten my soul — Fernando Pessoa
Buddha Soul Sayings By Swami Vivekananda: By work alone, men may get to where Buddha got largely by meditation or Christ By work alone, men may get to where Buddha got largely by meditation or Christ by prayer. Buddha was a working Jnani, Christ was a Bhakta, but the same goal was reached by both of them. Good motives, sincerity, and infinite love can conquer the world. One single soul possessed of these virtues can destroy the dark designs of millions of hypocrites and brutes. — Swami Vivekananda
Buddha Soul Sayings By Walpola Rahula: Two ideas are psychologically deep-rooted in man: self-protection and self-preservation. For self-protection man has created Two ideas are psychologically deep-rooted in man: self-protection and self-preservation. For self-protection man has created God, on whom he depends for his own protection, safety and security, just as a child depends on its parent. For self-preservation man has conceived the idea of an immortal Soul or Atman, which will live eternally. In his ignorance, weakness, fear, and desire, man needs these two things to console himself. Hence he clings to them deeply and fanatically. — Walpola Rahula