Interpenetrates Famous Quotes & Sayings

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5 Interpenetrates Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Interpenetrates Sayings By Oskar Kokoschka: The life of the consciousness is boundless. It interpenetrates the world and is woven in The life of the consciousness is boundless. It interpenetrates the world and is woven in all its imagery. Therefore, we must listen closely to our inner voice. — Oskar Kokoschka
Interpenetrates Sayings By Michael Talbot: The electrons in a carbon atom in the human brain are connected to the subatomicparticles The electrons in a carbon atom in the human brain are connected to the subatomic
particles that comprise every salmon that swims, every heart that beats, and every
star that shimmers in the sky. Everything interpenetrates everything, and although
human nature may seek to categorize and pigeonhole and subdivide the various
phenomena of the universe, all apportionments are of necessity artificial and all of
nature is ultimately a seamless web. — Michael Talbot
Interpenetrates Sayings By Anandamayi Ma: In 'whichever direction' you may turn your gaze you will find One Eternal Indivisible Being In 'whichever direction' you may turn your gaze you will find One Eternal Indivisible Being manifested. Yet, it is not at all easy to detect this Presence, because He interpenetrates everything ... — Anandamayi Ma
Interpenetrates Sayings By Paul Caponigro: As far as my experience goes one is automatically in touch with the higher spiritual, As far as my experience goes one is automatically in touch with the higher spiritual, it is connected to a certain level that interpenetrates our total physical and psychic existence. We are always in touch with it. — Paul Caponigro
Interpenetrates Sayings By Thomas B. Macaulay: Facts are the mere dross of history. It is from the abstract truth which interpenetrates Facts are the mere dross of history. It is from the abstract truth which interpenetrates them, and lies latent among them, like gold in the ore, that the mass derives its whole value; and the precious particles are generally combined with the baser in such a manner that the separation is a task of the utmost difficulty. — Thomas B. Macaulay