Remembrance

  • “It is important to remember the Important”

 

  • “Constant remembrance has great power. But if remembering is a burden, then complete and constant forgetfulness is equally good. In fact, better.”

 

  • “Remembering is difficult. Forgetting is even more difficult. Great if you can’t remember; simply forget.”

 

  • “In essential awareness, there is a forgetting of the inessential. A telling sign of awareness is an inability to remember the inessential.”

 

  • “What is right action? That which comes out of a joyful remembrance of the Real. Or, from a painful experience of separation from the Real.”

 

  • “I may take time to remember it, but I cannot lose it. I may not see it, yet it is not being lost. I may remember or not, what is there is there.”

 

  • “Wait not for clarity,wait not for purity. Wait not for the right day. Remember your real nature now, as you are Remember, with all your stains.”

 

  • “We are not evil. We’re just forgetful. In moments of remembrance,create reminders that will not allow you to forget. Teaching is reminding.”

 

  • “Every desire is ultimately a desire of the Ultimate. Desire is essentially attempted self-remembrance in a delusion of forgetfulness.”

 

  • “Self-awareness is just self-remembrance.”

 

  • “Just remember that ‘I forget’. Don’t ask, ‘Why do I forget?’ That is all. Never allow yourself to feel that ‘All is Well’. Then you would forget that you have forgotten. You being what you are, how can anything be well?”

 

  • “Remember what you already know?”

 

  • “Remembering by mind is remembrance. Real remembrance is going close to the centre, this is divine forgetfulness.”

 

  • “All desires originate from forgetting that I ALREADY have it. Only in Attention I feel complete,remembering who I am and what I already have”

 

  • “Remember by Heart, and let the memory forget.”

 

  • “Just remember that you forget.”

 

  • “Constant remembrance has great power. But if remembering is a burden, then complete and constant forgetfulness is equally good. In fact, better.”

 

  • “All inner development is just a process of re-remembering.”

 

  • “In essential awareness, there is a forgetting of the inessential. A telling sign of awareness is an inability to remember the inessential.”

 

  • “You have forgotten the key to yourself.”

 

  • “You are afraid because you have forgotten.”

 

  • “All learning is recalling.”
  • “Without a memory of your intrinsic richness, why would you beg so much?

    Without having a faint remembrance of what it means to be full, why would you chase fullness so much?

    So, it’s strange, you beg because you know that your nature is richness; but the more you beg, the more you prove to yourself that you are not rich.”

 

  • “In remembering anything, remember what you are forgetting.”

 

  • “When you remember that to which the intellect gives importance, that is when you forget That to which existence gives importance.”

 

  • “When you remember that to which ‘you’ give importance, then you forget that which is really important.”

 

  • “Whenever something becomes important to you, ask yourself, ‘What am I forgetting?’”

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These quotes have come from talks and writings of Acharya Prashant

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