Showing posts with the label awareness

Pain and Error

One is in pain while one is in error. When one is out of error one is out of pain. Thus, one should seek not to get rid of the pain but to get rid of the error. Whatever that error is, in thought/perception or in action. truth,  OdiliaCarmen

The Darkness Without Is But The Darkness Within

Only to the extent of which we release the darkness within, the darkness without will diminish as well. Don't fight, don't separate the outside world! Observ, accept and release from your innerworld! For the darkness without is only but the darkness within! truth,  OdiliaCarmen

You See What You Are

You are what you see. Or the other way around. You see what you are. truth,   OdiliaCarmen

Value Of Attention

Are you certain that what you hold and place into the attention of others is what you want as reality? Cause what one holds or places into one's attention is what one will further experience. truth,  OdiliaCarmen

Looking At The Other One`s Pain

We are caught up in an eternal fight over semantics while we are completely oblivious and careless of each others pain and hurt. No one will ever be completely right or wrong while one's eyes are veiled in perceptions. And no one will get rid of perceptions (no matter how much one tries) by measuring right and wrong. However, it suffice to look at the other one's pain for all veils to drop and the war to be over! Wake up from oblivion! truth,  OdiliaCarmen

The Shepherd And The Priest

"There was once a brahmin priest who earned his livelihood by performing religious services for the people in his village. He was known for his devotion to the god Vishnu, and people regarded him as a holy man. Among his hundreds of followers was a shepherd who wanted to see God - even though he had no idea of what God was. His sheep did not require much attention, so he had plenty of time to visit the priest and barrage him with questions about God. "Why does Vishnu have four arms?" he would ask. "Why does he always sleep on a snake? Why does he have a lotus growing from his navel? Why does his wife just sit next to him without doing anything? If Vishnu is God, then who is Shiva? Which of them is the most powerful? Is there any God higher than Vishnu and Shiva? Which kind of God is the most powerful and kind to human beings?"  The priest gave the shepherd all kinds of philosophical answers, even explaining the symbolic meaning of the different limbs, weapons,

Human Error

"All human error or wrongdoing is involuntary for man can only choose what he believes at the time to be a good that will bring happiness. His only error is that he cannot discern the real good from the illusory good."  Socrates truth,  OdiliaCarmen