Adyashanti


Delusions ~ Adyashanti

All delusions begin in the mind. All delusions are based on various ways we’re talking to ourselves and then believing what we are saying.” ― Adyashanti

Suffer ~ Adyashanti

“When we believe what we think, when we take our thinking to be reality, we will suffer.” ― Adyashanti

Awareness ~ Adyashanti

“Awareness isn’t something we own; awareness isn’t something we possess. Awareness is actually what we are.” ― Adyashanti

The Truth Itself ~ Adyashanti

“As long as you are trying to become, trying to get somewhere, trying to attain something, you are quite literally moving away from the Truth itself.” ― Adyashanti

Love unconditionally ~ Adyashanti

“As I often tell my students, the person you’ll have the hardest time opening to and truly loving without reserve is yourself. Once you can do that, you can love the whole universe unconditionally.” ― Adyashanti

Let go of all ideas ~ Adyashanti

“Let go of all ideas and images in your mind, they come and go and aren’t even generated by you. So why pay so much attention to your imagination when reality is for the realizing right now?”
― Adyashanti

Enlightenment ~ Adyashanti

“Enlightenment is nothing more than the complete absence of resistance to what is. End of story.” ― Adyashanti

Awake ~ Adyashanti

“My speaking is meant to shake you awake, not to tell you how to dream better.”
― Adyashanti

Awaken silence ~ Adyashanti

“All that is necessary to awaken to yourself as the radiant emptiness of spirit is to stop seeking something more or better or different, and to turn your attention inward to the awake silence that you are.”
― Adyashanti

Truth ~ Adyashanti

“The truth is that you already are what you are seeking.” – Adyashanti

Adyashanti ~ The Proponent of Primordial Awareness

“People believe that a spiritual teacher must provide answers to life’s bigger questions. Yet, the opposite is true. The main task of any good spiritual teacher is not to give answers to your questions. It is to question your answers. This is because of conscious and unconscious assumptions which are beliefs that tend to distort one’s perception. This leads one to separation and division where there is only unity and completion ” ~ Adyashanti