Realization

  • “Beware the man who thinks he understands”

 

  • “There is nothing to be attained here except to get rid of all that you have already attained.”

  • “The intelligent man realizes that all his words, beliefs, his entire world is a lie. Only idiots keep a pious, bigoted belief in their truth.”
  • “ You are born so that you may be Born.”

 

  • “ Where there is self-consciousness, there is world consciousness. There is no ‘being’ in it.”

 

  • “ To know the false as false, is the movement into the Truth.”

 

  • “ When excitement goes away, boredom too goes away. Go beyond both excitement and boredom.”

 

  • “Only a Buddha can go beyond nature because he is neither with nor against nature. By going beyond, he is firmly seated in nature.”

 

  • “ There is no realized ‘Man’. Because when one realizes, the man is no longer there. One who knows ‘Brahm’ becomes ‘Brahm’. He doesn’t remain a ‘man’ anymore. That is why the goal to attain realization is an impossible goal because the one who makes the goal, dies.”

 

 

  • “In realization, you stand separate from the entire happening.”

 

  • “When you see it, you become free from it. Seeing is the realization of freedom.”

 

  • “The body-identified person respects the doer. The mind-identified person respects the thinker. The unidentified person respects realization.”

 

  • “Success is to realize that failure is the inevitable finality of our ways”

 

  • “Realization is enough. No prescription is required.”

 

  • “Self-realization is the real solution.”

 

  • “Realization does not solve problems; it leaves them behind.”

 

  • “You are fond of saying that the ego drops only when it reaches its climax and becomes ripe. But this game of climaxing is just a trick of the ego to sustain itself. One never reaches the climax of the ego; one is already and always at the climax of ego. The ego will not ripe in the future, the ego is already fully ripe. To realize that twenty-four hours and seven days, one is hundred percent ego – is to reach the climax of ego. The climax and the dissolution both are together in the depth of realisation.”

 

  • “The mind looks only at what it is getting. It doesn’t look at the complete picture. It doesn’t see what it is losing in order to get. Realize the price you’re paying to get paid while remaining in bondage. Then you will be ready to pay any price for freedom.”

 

  • “Implementation is the fruit of realization.”
  • “Your wishes are not granted so that you may be granted your destiny.
    Your destiny is realization; your destiny is Truth.”
  • “Contentment is feeling of fullness. Contentment is a feeling that I cannot be harmed, that I cannot gain much and I cannot lose much.
    Fundamentally, contentment is: “I am alright”.
    That subtle constant realization that “I am alright, things are alright”, this is contentment.”
  • “What is maturity?
    Realization; when you come to realize the nature of your existence.”
  • “Realization is extremely powerful.You cannot realize and not act. It is impossible.Action follows realization.”
  • “Realization does not solve problems, it leaves them behind.”
  • “It’s not about getting it here, it’s about living in a perpetual realization that you always have it.”
  • “Guru is the realization that even Maya is Brahm.”
  • “‘I am petty, I am hungry’, all this craving is just an assumption.‘I am beyond assumptions’ is a realization.”
  • Realization becomes anger in absence of action.”
  • “When I am with you, I realise all is not, I am not, and you are not.
    With you, all realisations end.
    Only you show how false you are.”
  • “When you see the foolishness of continuing, you stop.When you see how tired you are from running, you stop.”
  • “When you see the foolishness of continuing, you stop.When you see how tired you are from running, you stop.”

 

  • “Close your eyes before you can see.”

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These quotes have come from talks and writings of Acharya Prashant

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