Top 10 Lively Quotes About Seeing Opportunities For Spiritual Growth

Amit Ray Quote

Spirituality requires us to identify, question and place ourselves within the larger scheme of things in relation to others, the natural world, our deities and non-incarnated beings. It requires us to do a research on continuous basis. It helps us to act in such a way that all of the decisions we make, regardless of how insignificant they may seem at the time, ultimately lead to spiritual enlightenment and self-realization.

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The metaphysician

Metaphysician: A man who goes into a dark cellar at midnight without a light looking for a black cat that is not there.

– Bowen of Colwood


Between time and eterity

The soul is created in a place between Time and Eternity:
with its highest powers it touches Eternity, with its lower Time.

– Meister Eckhart


Nothing but God

When the mystic’s spiritual eye is opened, his physical eye is closed; he sees nothing but God.

– Abu Sulayman Ad-Darani


The greatest of all delusions

The greatest of all delusions is the conviction that knowledge is not a delusion.

– Tripura Rahasya


The glass reflecting God

Spiritual quote by Young


The opposite

Whatever you imagine, God is the opposite of that.



When he is as he was before he was

Dhû-l-Nûn was asked, “What is the end of the mystic?”

He answered, “When he is as he was where he was before he was.


The son of man is within you

Then Jesus said:

“Peace be with you all.
Take my peace into your Selves; be watchful so nobody leads you astray claiming ‘Look there, look here for the son of man’.

I tell you that the son of man is within you all!
Seek him inside; those who search diligently and earnestly shall surely find him.

Then leave and teach the truth of the Kingdom to those with ears to hear; don’t invent rules beyond those I’ve given.

Don’t make laws like lawmakers do or else you’ll be held back.”

– From the gospel of Mary Magdalene


The core of God

To get at the core of God at his greatest, one must first get to the core of himself at his least, for no one can know God who has not first known himself.

This core is a simple stillness, which is unmoved itself but by whose immobility all things are moved and all receive life.

– Meister Eckhart