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Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By John Ruskin

The only prospect which is really desirable or delightful, is that from the window of the breakfast-room [ ... ] where we meet the first light of the dewy day, the first breath of the morning air, the first glance of gentle eyes; to which we descend in the very spring and elasticity of mental renovation and bodily energy, in the gathering up of our spirit for the new day, in the flush of our awakening from the darkness and the mystery of faint and inactive dreaming, in the resurrection from our daily grave, in the first tremulous sensation of the beauty of our being, in the most glorious perception of the lightning of our life; there, indeed, our expatiation of spirit, when it meets the pulse of outward sound and joy, the voice of bird and breeze and billow, does demand some power of liberty, some space for its going forth into the morning, some freedom of intercourse with the lovely and limitless energy of creature and creation. — John Ruskin

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Scott Morrison

The way of awakening and freedom requires that we ask ourselves, with all of the earnestness, honesty, and humility at our command, just this one fundamental question: 'Am I willing to live this moment with as much attention and affection as possible, or am I going to do something else?' — Scott Morrison

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Kilroy J. Oldster

Exile from society allows person to disengage from meaningless activities and develop conscious awareness. A person's courageous struggle to eliminate the trepidation of social exile produces insights into what it means to be human. We can displace emotional disquiet by living a heightened state of existence. How a person's resolves the tremendous anxiety and dizziness that impetus comes from contemplating the inevitability of death, human freedom of choice, the moral responsibilities attendant to living in a selected manner, existential isolation, and the possibility of nothingness establishes a governing philosophical framework. A person must not rue ouster from society because release from moral and societal constraints spurs learning and advanced consciousness. — Kilroy J. Oldster

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By T. Scott McLeod

If you go to war with your mind, you will always be at war. — T. Scott McLeod

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Nikki Rowe

Be sure to bend but never break — Nikki Rowe

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Nikki Rowe

It takes courage to become authentic. So many talk about the light but not enough speak the truth about the struggles it takes to get there and the tools to overcome it all. — Nikki Rowe

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Kristi Bowman

When we awaken to our truth, we realize we are free. — Kristi Bowman

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Tom Althouse

Sure all life's highways at some point must end,
so I plan to ride it in style and plummet in a swan dive
when the pavement runs out ...
And hopefully leave behind artistically
that which may make other roads
an even better ride ... — Tom Althouse

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Nicole Mones

I don't believe fundamentally in anything but the awakening of spirit, hope, and freedom. — Nicole Mones

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By William S. Burroughs

The nonconformist here may be "beat down" by life but still has a beauty in his or her longing for freedom and for an awakening of the mind. — William S. Burroughs

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By James S Bielo

As they seek authenticity, Emerging Evangelicals seek freedom - from loneliness, convention, unwanted authority, dominant paradigms, the prevailing social climate, and impersonal bureaucracies. Ironically, in this sense, their preferred narrative and their desired subjectivity are just as modern as what they seek to distance themselves from: the conservative Christian subculture, including its born-again narrative of awakening and transformation. — James S Bielo

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Alberto Villoldo

just as America was the first modern land where people could practice freedom of religion, perhaps someday America will be a place where we enjoy freedom from religion, and discover true spirituality through the awakening of our higher brain functions. — Alberto Villoldo

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Jiddu Krishnamurti

Freedom lies beyond the field of consciousness. — Jiddu Krishnamurti

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Noah Levine

The path of the spiritual revolutionary is a long-term and gradual journey toward awakening. If you are looking for a quick fix or easy salvation, turn back now, plug back into the matrix, and enjoy your delusional existence. This is a path for rebels, malcontents, and truth seekers. The wisdom and compassion of the Buddha is available to us all, but the journey to freedom is arduous. It will take a steadfast commitment to truth and, at times, counterinstinctual action. You have at your disposal — Noah Levine

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Tara Brach

Each time you meet an old emotional pattern with presence, your awakening to truth can deepen. There's less identification with the self in the story and more ability to rest in the awareness that is witnessing what's happening. You become more able to abide in compassion, to remember and trust your true home. Rather than cycling repetitively through old conditioning, you are actually spiraling toward freedom. — Tara Brach

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By G.I. Gurdjieff

You are in prison. If you wish to get out of prison, the first thing you must do is realize that you are in prison. If you think you are free, you can't escape. — G.I. Gurdjieff

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Michael Flatley

Celtic Tiger portrays the oppression of a people and the tiger symbolises the awakening of their Spirit and their struggle for freedom. Celtic Tiger is my finest work to date. Budapest is one of my favourite cities in the world and I can think of no greater place to preview my new show. — Michael Flatley

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Maya Angelou

It was the awakening summer of 1960 and the entire country was in labor. Something wonderful was about to be born, and we were all going to be good parents to the welcome child. Its name was Freedom. Then, — Maya Angelou

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Adyashanti

The ultimate freedom from the nonexistent ego is to see that it is actually irrelevant. — Adyashanti

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Jo Nesbo

The second sort was waking up alone. That was characterised by an awareness that he was alone in bed, alone in life, alone in the world, and it could sometimes fill him with a sweet sensation of freedom, and at other times with a melancholy that could perhaps be called loneliness, but which was perhaps just a glimpse of what anyone's life really is: a journey from the attachment of the umbilical cord to a death where we are finally separated from everything and everyone. A brief glimpse at the moment of awakening before all our defence mechanisms and comforting illusions slot into place again and we can face life in all its unreal glory. Then — Jo Nesbo

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Eric Micha'el Leventhal

I never realized it was all a game,
until I started winning. — Eric Micha'el Leventhal

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Adyashanti

Stop all delays, all seeking and all striving. Put down your concepts, ideas and beliefs. For one instant be still and directly encounter the silent unknown core of your being. In that instant Freedom will embrace you and reveal the Awakening that you are. — Adyashanti

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Jacques Derrida

Such a caring for death, an awakening that keeps vigil over death, a conscience that looks death in the face, is another name for freedom. — Jacques Derrida

Freedom In The Awakening Quotes By Margaret Sanger

Because I believe that deep down in woman's nature lies slumbering the spirit of revolt.
Because I believe that woman is enslaved by the world machine, by sex conventions, by motherhood and its present necessary child-rearing, by wage-slavery, by middle-class morality, by customs, laws and superstitions.
Because I believe that woman's freedom depends upon awakening that spirit of revolt within her against these things which enslave her.
Because I believe that these things which enslave woman must be fought openly, fearlessly, consciously. — Margaret Sanger