Stand through life firm as a rock in the sea, undisturbed and unmoved by its ever-rising waves— Hazrat Inayat Khan
The most emotional Hazrat Inayat Khan quotes that are guaranted to improve your brain
Some people look for a beautiful place, others make a place beautiful.
Each human personality is like a piece of music, having an individual tone and a rhythm of its own.
Our virtues are made by love, and our sins are caused by the lack of it.
Some people look for a beautiful place, others make a place beautiful.
When we pay attention to nature's music, we find that everything on the Earth contributes to its harmony.
The words that enlighten the soul are more precious than jewels.
When I open my eyes to the outer world I feel myself as a drop in the sea.
But when I close my eyes and look within, I see the whole universe as a bubble raised in the ocean of my heart.
A person howerer learned and qualified in his life's work inwhom gratitude is absent, is devoid of that beauty of character which makes personality fragrant.
Love is the merchandise which all the world demands;
if you store it in your heart, every soul will become your customer.
Everything in life is speaking in spite of it's apparent silence.
When one looks at the ocean, they can only see that part of it which comes within their range of vision; so it is with the truth.
When people came to Christ accusing a person of doing wrong, the Master could not think of anything else but forgiveness. For he did not see in the wrongdoer what the others saw. To distinguish between right and wrong is not the work of an ordinary mind, and the curious thing is that the more ignorant a person is, the more ready he is to do so.
If you will not rise above the things of this world, they will rise above you.
He who sincerely seeks his real purpose in life is himself sought by that purpose. As he concentrates on that search a light begins to clear his confusion, call it revelation, call it inspiration, call it what you will. It is mistrust that misleads. Sincerity leads straight to the goal.
When one bell is rung, by the sound of that one bell other bells will also vibrate. So it is with the dancing of the soul...it produces its reaction, and that again, will make other souls dance.
With love, even the rocks will open.
Failure in life does not matter; the greatest misfortune is standing still.
Every man's path is for himself; let him accomplish his own desires that he may thus be able to rise above them to the eternal goal.
In the eyes of a seer, every leaf of a tree is a page of the Holy Book and contains divine revelation.
Silence is the adornment of the wise, and for the foolish the only dignity possible.
The more one studies the harmony of music, and then studies human nature, how people agree and how they disagree, how there is attraction and repulsion, the more one will see that it is all music.
The world is evolving from imperfection to perfection.
It needs all love and sympathy; great tenderness and watchfulness are required from each one of us.
If someone strikes my heart, it does not break, but it bursts, and the flame coming out of it becomes a torch on my path.
Sound is the force of creation, the true whole.
Music then, becomes the voice of the great cosmic oneness and therefore the optimal way to reach this final state of healing.
There is a light within every soul; it only needs the clouds that overshadow it to be broken for it to beam forth.
The sage said, "The best thing is not to hate anyone, only to love.
That is the only way out of it. As soon as you have forgiven those whom you hate, you have gotten rid of them. Then you have no reason to hate them; you just forget. spiritual Dimensions of Psychology."
My heart is tuned to the quietness that the stillness of nature inspires.
Spiritual progress is the changing of the point of view.
Moth: I gave you my life. Flame: I allowed you to kiss me.
My intuition never fails me, it is I who fail when I do not listen to it.
The person who is in tune with the Universe becomes like a radio receiver, through which the voice of the Universe is transmitted.
Therefore it is the law of the mystics to see all things, to experience all things, either of heaven or earth, and yet to say little; for the souls incapable of understanding the possibility of their reach will ridicule them.
Life is a symphony, and the action of every person in this life is the playing of his particular part in the music.
The discrimination between good and evil is in man's soul.
Every man can judge that for himself, because in every man is the sense of admiration of beauty. Happiness only lies in thinking or doing that which one considers beautiful. Such an act becomes a virtue or goodness.
Don't be concerned about being disloyal to your pain by being joyous.
Sufism is not a religion or a philosophy, it is neither deism nor atheism, nor is it a moral, nor a special kind of mysticism, being free from the usual religious sectarianism. If ever it could be called a religion, it would only be as a religion of love, harmony, and beauty.
The secret of life is balance, and the absence of balance is life's destruction.
Living in the world without insight into the hidden laws of nature is like not knowing the language of the country in which one was born.
Joy and sorrow are the light and shade of life; without light and shade no picture is clear.
True power is not in trying to gain power;
true power is in becoming power. But how to become power? It requires an attempt to make a definite change in oneself, and that change is a kind of struggle with one's false self.
Love that ends is the shadow of love; true love is without beginning or end.
Belief and disbelief have divided humankind into so many sects, blinding its eyes to the vision of the Oneness of all Life.
The body with its perfect mechanism loses power, magnetism, beauty, and brightness, when the soul departs from the body. This shows that the power, magnetism, beauty, and brightness belong to the soul.
Every passion, every emotion, has its effect upon the mind.
Every change of mind, however slight, has its effect upon the body.
To bring the sublime into the mundane is the greatest challenge there is.
The only way to live in the midst of inharmonious influences is to strengthen the will power and endure all things, yet keeping fineness of character and nobility of manner together with an everlasting heart full of love.
The religion of the Sufi is the religion of the heart.
The principal moral of the Sufi is to consider the heart of others, so that in the pleasure and displeasure of his fellow-man he sees the pleasure and displeasure of God.
Things of heaven cannot be obtained by perseverance;
they are the grace of God. To open to this and trust in it is how belief is crystallized into faith. We cannot pay for it in any form, in any way, by our goodness, by our piety, by our great qualities, merits, or virtues; nothing. It is a gift, and all we can do is receive it.
The solution to the problem of the day is the awakening of the consciousness of humanity to the divinity within.
As water in a fountain flows as one stream, but falls in many drops divided by time and space, so are the revelations of the one stream of truth.
What a great thing is understanding! It is priceless.
No man can give greater pleasure to his fellow man than by understanding him.