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  • In very clear and available language, this book details how to recognize the inner critic and how to deal effectively with it. Byron Brown's presentation is useful for any individual who wishes to be free from the inner suffering and coercion of this ancient foe of our humanity, but it is specifically directed to those interested and engaged in the inner journey toward realization and enlightenment.

    Book   Journey   Humanity  
  • We are not separate. Our sense of separateness is superficial and exist only in the physical dimension. In our human element, we are not separate; we’re very much connected. Every other human being is just as precious as we are, and worthy of as much respect and love and consideration. This understanding needs to manifest in our conduct in each moment. This is the part of the Work that will transform you.

  • Your career, interests and relationships are important, but they are only important insofar as they lead you toward a deeper understanding of yourself. Otherwise, they are irrelevant.

    A. H. Almaas (2000). “Diamond Heart: Book One: Elements of the Real in Man”, p.7, Shambhala Publications
  • You are not the feelings or the thoughts or the contents of your awareness. None of these are who you are. You are the fullness of your Being, the substance of your presence.

  • When we look at a child, we see that sense of fullness, of intrinsic aliveness, of joy in being, is not the result of something else. There is value in just being oneself, it is not because of something one does or doesn't do. It is there in the beginning, when we are children, but slowly it gets lost.

  • If we are to reach certainty and true autonomy of realization, we need to be willing to be heretics. What's more, we need to become universal heretics, not believing anything that we do not know from direct experience, beyond stories, beyond hearsay, and even beyond the mind.

    A. H. Almaas (2011). “Diamond Heart: Book Five: Inexhaustible Mystery”, p.63, Shambhala Publications
  • To truly find God, truth needs to be found independently from the opinions of others. The truth has to be found in our hearts.

    Life   Spiritual   Wisdom  
  • Directing the process by the mind can only lead to difficulty, for the mind does not know. Commitment to the Truth is sufficient for the process to unfold.

    Commitment   Mind   Doe  
    A.H. Almaas (1998). “Essence With the Elixir of Enlightenment: The Diamond Approach to Inner Realization”, p.174, Weiser Books
  • To contact the deeper truth of who we are, we must engage in some activity or practice that questions what we assume to be true about ourselves.

    A. H. Almaas (2000). “The Point of Existence: Transformations of Narcissism in Self-Realization”, p.29, Shambhala Publications
  • True states of realization occur when you throw away all the teachings. All of the teachings, absolutely. Everything. Then you are investigation itself finding out what you are.

    A. H. Almaas (2011). “Diamond Heart: Book Five: Inexhaustible Mystery”, p.224, Shambhala Publications
  • Are you really angry, or simply aware of anger in the body and mind? Don't speculate, simply look at what is there.

    A. H. Almaas (2000). “Diamond Heart: Book Three: Being and the Meaning of Life”, p.25, Shambhala Publications
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