When the Saints Come Marching In – Go(o)d Mornings with CurlyNikki
Go(o)d Morning, beautiful!
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“The eyes of a saint are always concentrated on the supreme self. The minute he is aware of himself, sainthood is lost.”- Maharajji, Neem Karoli Baba
“Please examine where your attention is at this moment. You are listening to me. That is the focus of your attention. You are also peripherally aware of your surroundings, other people, and so on. Furthermore, there may be some mind activity around what you are hearing, some mental activity. Yet there is no need for any of this to absorb all your attention. See if you can be in touch with your inner body at the same time. Keep some of your attention within. Don’t let it all out.” – Eckhart Tolle
“Whatever outer work you must do, do it; but train your mind in such a way that in your subconscious mind you remember God.” – Maharajji, Neem Karoli Baba
“Why do you consider nonessentials so important? Most people concentrate on breakfast, lunch, and dinner, work social activities, and so on. Make your life more simple and put your whole mind on the Lord.” – Yogananada
Consciously try to simplify your life. Your wardrobe. Your hair styles. Your food choices. And watch Love further simplify your life, clearing the road, creating a new path, a new lane for you to thrive in. A lane just for you, to win in, while remembering and being Love.
I love you,
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With you in and AS Love,
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