In true love, only love exists, with the lover and beloved dissolved in it.
When we expand our consciousness further, we transcend religion, setting foot on the path of spirituality.
Instead of giving and taking love, how can we become love?
Never question the purpose for which you have been created – try to find it, try to fulfil it.
A regulated mind brings focus and promotes well-being.
The root of many problems is that we don’t listen to the heart.
Life in a family teaches us how to love others.
Self-acceptance is a very vital attitude in any process of personal transformation.
Spiritual progress is all about simplifying life and focusing on the essentials.
Our heart is a storehouse for spiritual conditions.
Infuse every action with all the love in your heart.
Express life in a natural way without harming anyone.
Let us be contagious with our inner calmness, peace and joy.
To succeed in all your pursuits, remove doubts and develop confidence.
The quality of our meditation depends on our attitude, not on the length of time.
When you don’t have time to meditate, that is the time you need to meditate the most.
Meditation helps you evaluate whether your thinking is right or wrong, beneficial or not beneficial.
An immature love binds you, whereas a mature love frees you.
What makes an endeavour come alive and develop vibrancy? It is attitude and interest. Attitude is 95 per cent of success.
A good heart, benevolent feelings and a balanced mind lie as the foundation of character.
Never seek fulfillment in the external expression of love. On the other hand seek it within your heart.
A piece of raw wood is much better than a piece of crude furniture which is almost impossible to transform into the proper desired shape.