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"All the suffering in the world comes from seeking pleasure for oneself. All the happiness in the world comes from seeking pleasure for others."
Shantideva (via lazyyogi)
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"Once you become aware of your own body and its movements, you will be surprised that you are not your body. This is something of a basic principle, that if you can watch something then you are not it. You are the watcher, not the watched. You are the observer, not the observed. How can you be both?"
Osho (via lazyyogi)
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"Accept the present moment and find the perfection that is deeper than any form and untouched by time."
Eckhart Tolle (via lazyyogi)
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"Nothing can make you happier than you are. All search for happiness is misery and leads to more misery. The only happiness worth the name is the natural happiness of conscious being."
Nisargadatta Maharaj (via lazyyogi)
Lazy Yogi: Namaste
Lazy Yogi: "There is a magnet in your heart that will attract true friends. That magnet is unselfishness, thinking of others first;...
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"There’s much more in any given moment than we usually perceive, and that we ourselves are much more than we usually perceive. When you know that, part of you can stand outside the drama of your life."
Ram Dass (via lazyyogi)
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"Surrender becomes so much easier when you realize the fleeting nature of all experiences and that the world cannot give you anything of lasting value. You then continue to meet people, to be involved in experiences and activities, but without the wants and fears of the egoic self. That is to say, you no longer demand that a situation, person, place, or event should satisfy you or make you happy. Its passing and imperfect nature is allowed to be. And the miracle is that when you are no longer placing an impossible demand on it, every situation, person, place, or event becomes not only satisfying but also more harmonious, more peaceful."
Eckhart Tolle (via lazyyogi)
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"Do not rush into activity. Neither learning nor action can really help."
Nisargadatta Maharaj (via lazyyogi)