To be free from bondage the wise person must practise discrimination between One-Self and the ego-self. By that alone you will become full of joy, recognising Self as Pure Being, Consciousness and Bliss.— Adi Shankara
Mind-blowing Recognising quotations
Give up identification with this mass of flesh as well as with what thinks it a mass. Both are intellectual imaginations. Recognise your true self as undifferentiated awareness, unaffected by time, past, present or future, and enter Peace.
As soon as I go into a Starbucks I take off my sunglasses.
I want to be recognised and I want free coffee.
Joy is what happens to us when we allow ourselves to recognise how good things really are.
In remembering the appalling suffering of war on both sides, we recognise how precious is the peace we have built in Europe since 1945.
We have to recognise that there cannot be relationships unless there is commitment, unless there is loyalty, unless there is love, patience, persistence.
I cannot recognise either the Palestinian state or the Israeli state.
The Palestinians are idiots and the Israelis are idiots.
Grief is not very different from illness: in the impetus of its fire it does not recognise lords, it does not fear colleagues, it does not respect or spare anyone, not even itself.
When we recognise that unity of all living things, then at once arises the question - how can we support this life of ours with least injury to the lives around us; how can we prevent our own life adding to the suffering of the world in which we live?
Men only act in a state of necessity and usually only recognise necessity in a situation of crisis.
Whatever we refuse to recognize about ourselves has a way of rearing its head and making itself known when we least expect it.
It is one of the aims of linguistics to define itself, to recognise what belongs within its domain. In those cases where it relies upon psychology, it will do so indirectly, remaining independent.
To see something spectacular and recognise it as a photographic possibility is not making a very big leap. But to see something ordinary, something you’d see every day, and recognize it as a photographic possibility - that is what I am interested in.
America is woven of many strands. I would recognise them and let it so remain. Our fate is to become one, and yet many. This is not prophecy, but description.
Linguistics will have to recognise laws operating universally in language, and in a strictly rational manner, separating general phenomena from those restricted to one branch of languages or another.
The principle of Parliamentary sovereignty means neither more nor less than this, namely, that Parliament thus defined has, under the English constitution, the right to make or unmake any law whatever; and, further, that no person or body is recognised by the law of England as having a right to override or set aside the legislation of Parliament.
It's time to recognise the Armenian Genocide.
It is generally recognised that women are better than men at languages, personal relations and multi-tasking, but less good at map-reading and spatial awareness. It is therefore not unreasonable to suppose that women might be less good at mathematics and physics.
We are increasingly recognising and accepting, respecting and celebrating, our cultural diversity.
Bless everything in existence with your entire being and immediately you recognise your inner state of completeness and harmony.
I don't know a lot about politics, but I can recognise a good party man when I see one.
We can talk frankly about our defects only to those who recognise our qualities.
I do recognise that, where recruitment difficulties persist, teachers can be put under great pressure.
Parents, first and foremost, it is important to.
.. understand and recognise the activities your child is naturally gravitating towards. It's important also to ensure that your child likes what he or she is doing. I believe in exposing children to as many hobbies and extracurricular activities as possible.
To gaze into another persons face is to do two things: to recognise their humanity and to assert your own.
The only way we can guarantee our continued survival on earth is to recognise the importance of other non human life forms and stop pretending we're on top of some pyramid of domination over other beings.
Fortunately, historians are now beginning to recognise the historic role of Islam as a liberating force for peoples oppressed by the burdens of unjust social systems.
It's time to recognise the internet as a basic human right.
That means guaranteeing affordable access for all, ensuring internet packets are delivered without commercial or political discrimination, and protecting the privacy and freedom of web users regardless of where they live.
The future belongs to brands that do more than pay lip-service to real dialogue and recognise that their customers want them to believe in something.
A mathematician will recognise Cauchy, Gauss, Jacobi or Helmholtz after reading a few pages, just as musicians recognise, from the first few bars, Mozart, Beethoven or Schubert.
Some argue that now isn't the time to push the green agenda - that all efforts should be on preventing a serious recession. That is a false choice. It fails to recognise that climate change and our carbon reliance is part of problem - high fuel prices and food shortages due to poor crop yields compound today's financial difficulties.
In art, at a certain level, there is no 'better than.
' It's just about trying to operate for yourself on the most supreme level, artistically, that you can and hoping that people get it. Trusting that, just because of the way people are built and how interconnected we are, greatness will translate and symmetry will be recognised.
The wounded recognized the wounded.
The most delightful surprise in life is to suddenly recognise your own worth.
It was in the black mirror of anarchism that surrealism first recognised itself.