God is spirit … In him we live and move and have our being.
Man’s life is not his own; man does not direct his own steps.
Whoever lives by the truth comes into the light, so that it might
be seen plainly that whatever he has done has been done through God [the Spirit].
The Bible

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We never seem to learn about this movement, that it is one movement.
… it is the universe, God, bliss, reality. But we reduce [interpret] the vast action of life to be our own petty little action, and ask what we should do.
J. Krishnamurti

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Tao flows endlessly like water …
It is everything at once.
Lao Tzu

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Everything is changing. There is an unformed.
With the mind perceiving no [forms of] mentality or physicality,
it is rid of the fantasy “I” and “mine,” this body and consciousness.
The Buddha

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The whole world is an ever-changing state. No form is permanent.
All you have to do is see the dream as a dream … you are the formless, timeless, unborn. I ask you to stop imagining that you were born, have parents, are a body, will die and so on.
Nisargadatta Maharaj

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My true nature is not contained in objects,
nor does any object exist in it; it is without form.
I am like the ocean and the many objects are like waves.
The Ashtavakra Gita

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Our original Buddha-Nature [Mind] is empty of objects.
It has no form. It is everything you see.
Huang Po

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Life is movement.
You can’t capture it; you can’t contain it; you can’t express it.
U.G. Krishnamurti

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Unfettered at last … mine is a traceless stream-and-cloud life …
Manan

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My soul remains quiet;
It lives in the world
That no one owns.
Peach trees blossom.
Water flows.
Li Po

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You evaluate the world as name and form,
but when name and form are dissolved, a dissolution takes place.
It is all happening spontaneously. There is no question of you trying to do anything.
Nisargadatta Maharaj

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It flows on without stopping
Through thousands
And thousands of turns.
“A moment before thought” is
Already wrong thinking.
To try to say anything further
Is embarrassing.
T’aego

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Even if people know that names aren’t reality,
They don’t see that reality itself has no root.
Name … reality … both are beside the point.
Find joy in the ever-shifting flow.
Ryokan

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